Irritable Bowel Syndrome – Chinese Medicine Can Help

Many people suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, live with this phenomenon and just do not know that there is another option for living a normal life. Chinese medicine treatment of IBS returns your digestive system to its proper functioning order and improves your quality of life.

There is no more reason to suffer! There is no reason to run to the toilet due to emotional stress! Treatment can help you!

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Endometriosis: Your pain is real

Pain Doesn’t Need to Be Your ‘Normal’

Do you suffer from intense pains during your menstruation?

Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine are beneficial and effective in the treatment of the condition known as endometriosis, and can relieve the intense pain from which you are suffering.

In addition, the treatment for this condition with Chinese Medicine regulates and balances the monthly cycle, as well as supports the woman’s fertility issues, should there be any, and her process of becoming pregnant. 

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The Natural Treatment of Menstrual Cramps

Acupuncture for menstrual cramps

Acupuncture has been found to be very effective in relieving pains, and more specifically menstrual cramps, even though in fact the pain here is merely a symptom, a symptom caused by an imbalance in the body which is the root of the problem.

Proper treatment would resolve both the root cause as well as the symptom. Many years of experience in the field of women’s health and gynecology has made Chinese Medicine popular among many women.

So why should you suffer every month anew? Do you truly want to take contraceptive pills just to relieve the pain? A natural form of treatment can assist you in regulating your monthly cycle and resolving this problem once and for all.

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Sitting the month after childbirth and women’s health after giving birth

Chinese Medicine for Women’s Health

Sitting the month [做月子 zuò yuè zi] is a custom of Asian women to rest and recuperate their body and mind after giving birth, originated in China and practiced in many Asian countries including Taiwan. This custom’s literally means to do [做 zuò] a month [月 yuè] and a child [子 zi], however the word to sit in Chinese is pronounced the same [坐 zuò] which can imply that you need to sit about one month, therefore it is called sitting the month. This custom is also being practice in other areas besides east part of Asia, such as India and Latin American countries.

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