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What is Herbal Medicine?

What is herbal medicine?

Herbal medicine is also called botanical medicine or phytomedicine, which refers to using a plant's seeds, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers for medicinal purposes. The scope of herbal medicine is sometimes extended to include fungal and bee products, as well as minerals, shells and certain animal parts.

Herbal medicine products are dietary supplements that people take to improve their health. They are sold as tablets, capsules, powders, teas, extracts, and fresh or dried plants.

Among them the teas are made from dried herbs left to soak for a few minutes in hot water, or by boiling herbs in water and then straining the liquid, these tea formulae should be formulated specifically for individual patient by well trained practitioners; usually the teas are more satisfied the patientís condition and more effective then other forms of herbs.

Chinese patent medicine are another form of them, they are standardized herbal formulae, usually, several herbs and other ingredients are dried and ground, then mixed into a powder and formed into pills, which are characteristically little round black pills.

Chinese patent medicines are easy and convenient. They are not easy to customize on a patient-by-patient basis, however. They are best used when a patient's condition is not severe and the medicine can be taken as a long-term treatment.

These medicines are not "patented" in the traditional sense of the word. No one has exclusive rights to the formula. Instead, "patent" refers to the standardization of the formula. All Chinese patent medicines of the same name will have the same proportions of ingredients. Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine, licensed acupuncturist/herbalists, chiropractors, naturopathic physicians, pharmacists, and medical doctors all may use herbs to treat illness.

However, some can cause health problems, some are not effective and some may interact with other drugs you are taking. To use an herbal product as safely as possible, when it as needed, please consult your doctor or qualified practitioner first; do not take a bigger dose than the label recommends unless your health care provider indicated; take it under the guidance of a trained medical professional; be especially cautious if you are pregnant or nursing. Our herbal medicine team consists of well trained licensed practitioners.

The descriptions about herbal pills' functions are based on traditional Chinese medical theories. It is important that we know that the concepts of the terms in these descriptions are totally different from modern medicine.

For acute conditions, results should start to show after a few days or weeks. An acute condition is characterized by a rapid onset or display of symptoms and a short term course of infection or impact. Acute conditions have the potential to be severe; however, this does not mean that all acute conditions are life threatening.

It is recommended that you order 2 to 3 bottles, depending on what your condition is and the severity.

For chronic conditions, regular dosage is need for several months or even one year for gradual results. A chronic condition is any physical or mental condition that requires long term monitoring and/or management to control symptoms and to shape the course of the disease. The term refers to any condition that meets the following criteria: 1) relative permanence; 2) lasts at least 6 months; 3) requires special training of the client or those who provide the clientís care; 4) is caused by a non reversible pathological alteration; 5) is usually not curable by short-term treatment; and 6) is often characterized by remission and exacerbations.

It is recommended that you take advantage of our 5 bottle or 10 bottle deals.

For best results take two hours before or after meals and other medications. If you do not mind the bitter flavor, crush the pill with your teeth before swallowing.

If you are unsure of what or how much you should order, feel free to use our consultation services provided on our website.

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(Note: Herbs are considered dietary supplements in U.S.A. at present time.)