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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Traditional chinese medicine

I have been eating traditional chinese medicine for more than a month, the result is quite significant. My face is now growing rosy pink. And overall, I am more energetic compared to previous days when I am always fatigue.

I was not confident with traditional chinese medicine initially, and from the beginning of the intake of traditional chinese medicine, I am extremely fatigue for a whole week. However, I am getting better day by day.

Via the search engine marketing, I have found some information about traditional chinese medicine:

Traditional Chinese medicines are made from plants and herbs, and occasionally from organ meats or other substances. Medicinals are typically constructed from a number of materials designed - according to its theory - to stimulate certain organ systems or to balance out the undesired aspects of other materials used. These are often provided in dried form to be steeped into a tea, though practitioners may suggest them as dietary changes instead - adding certain organ meats or herbs to meals, for instance - or they may be powdered and used in pill form. There are roughly 13,000 medicinals used in China and over 100,000 medicinal recipes recorded in the ancient literature. Some conceptions of the theory believe that toxicity is needed to fight pathogens in the body, similar to homeopathy, so chemicals considered to be toxic are used in some preparations. Further, ingredients may have different names in different locales or in historical texts, and different preparations may have similar names for the same reason, which creates inconsistencies and confusion in the creation of medicinals, resulting in poisoning.

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