Commonly Treated Conditions by Traditional Chinese Medicine

Cancer Liver Cancer, Rectal Cancer, Rhinopharyncarcinoma, Uterine Cancer, Ovary Cancer, Mammary Cancer, Stomach Cancer, Lung Cancer, Brain Tumor, Esophagus Cancer, Pancreas Cancer, Gallbladder Cancer, Urine Bladder Cancer, Kidney Cancer, Malignant Lymphoma, Osteocarcinoma, Leukemia, Skin Cancer.
Reduce Side Effects of Chemoradiation Therapy or Operation (Fever, Nausea, Vomiting, Poor Appetite, either Dry or Loose Stools, Insomnia, Fatigue, Palpitation, Dizziness, Short Breath, Chest Stuffy, Abnormal Blood Pressure, HGB/WBC/RBC/BPC/GPT/Glob abnormal, etc.), Adjust Immune Functions and Relieve Pain.

The Whole Concept

It is a characteristic of traditional Chinese medicine. It has two main components:

Determination of Treatment Based on The Differentiation of Symptoms and Signs:

This is one of the characteristics of traditional Chinese medicine. The meaning of Bianzheng is to analyze, to differentiate and to recognize symptom complexes. The Lunzhi is to determine a proper therapeutic program according to the results of the differentiation of the symptoms and signs.

Correspondence between Man and Universe:

A theory holding that the physiologic activities and pathologic changes of the human body correspond with the changes of the nature. In diagnosis and treatment, attention must be paid to the influence of the environmental factors, such as the climate of the four seasons on pathologic changes. The patient must be managed properly according to the seasons, the environments, and the individual himself.

Meridian Tropism:

A theory to relate the therapeutic action of drugs to the viscera, meridians and various parts of the body so as to explain their specific selective action on the body.

The Herbal Prescriptions

The formation of herbal prescriptions has undergone a considerably long history. As early as in the Chinese primitive society, Chinese ancestors discovered, while going in search of food, drugs and used them for curative purposes. Initially they only used a single drug in a dose. But through long clinical practice, they recognized that a recipe composed of two or more drugs proved more advantageous for treatment of diseases, and various prescriptions were gradually formed.

A herbal prescription is composed of selected drugs and suitable doses based on syndrome differentiation for etiology and the composition of therapies in accordance with the principle of formulating a prescription. It serves as a chief means of treating diseases clinically.

Genuine Crude Drugs:

Famous brand medicinal materials with excellent quality produced in certain areas.

Treating The Same Disease with Different Methods:

One of the therapeutic principles in traditional Chinese medicine, i.e., treatments of the same disease should be varied with different results of differentiation of syndromes.

Treating Different Disease with The Same Therapeutic Principle:

A principle of treatment, referring to that different diseases, if they are manifested as the same syndrome in their cause, may be treated with the same method of treatment.

Infusion:

A preparation for oral administration prepared by mixing the extractive of a drug with proper quantum satis vehicles or portion of the fine powder of the drug and rendering it into dry granules or lumps for oral administration.

Taking medicine after infusion:

A method or a process of taking medicine after dissolving or suspending in boiling water.

Mechanism of Action:

Referring to the causes, forms and sites of the pharmacologic effects which the drugs produce.

Time-Effect Relationship:

The mutual relationships between the effects and action-time of the drug.

Interaction:

The effects produced by the interaction among the drugs when two or more than two drugs are administrated together.