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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM ), is a complete medical system that has diagnosed, treated and prevented illness for over 23 centuries. While it can remedy ailments and alter states of mind, TCM can also enhance recuperative power, immunity, and the capacity for pleasure, work and creativity.
The treatments used in Traditional Chinese Medicine aim to adjust and harmonise Yin and Yang - cold and hot, wet and dry, inner and outer, body and mind. This is achieved by regulating Qi (energy), moisture and blood, allowing weak organs to be toned, congested channels to open, tightness to soften, excess to be dispersed, agitation to be calmed, heat to be cooled, coldness to be warmed, dryness to be moistened and dampness to be drained.
Duration of treatment, which may incorporate Acupuncture, herbal remedies (herbs), diet, exercise and massage, depends on the nature of the complaint, its severity, and its longevity.
Also see Herbal Medicine
Korean ginseng is a perennial herb that has been used for thousands of years as a natural antidote for various illnesses. The only part of the Korean ginseng that possesses health giving qualities is its root. The older the root, the more potent it is.
A recent report from China has found that Traditional Chinese Medicine (or TCM) may help treat cancer.
A study led by scientists at Yale University has suggested that an 1800 year-old herb mixture used in Chinese medicine could improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a centuries old healing tradition that still enjoys widespread use today.
Chinese medicine (acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine), which is practised and utilised widely throughout Australia, has recently been added to the existing health professions that are regulated in all States/territories of Australia.
Anne Levis from Chi-Chinese Healing College tells ntpagesTV that their focus is primarily on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) emphasising the importance of mind, body and spirit to students.