Chinese Herbal Medicine


 

The ori­gins of Chinese herb­al medi­cine in China can be traced back to at least 3000 years, mak­ing it one of the old­est and most long-stand­ing health care sys­tems in the world.  In the field of infer­til­ity,  recent arche­olo­gic­al dis­cov­er­ies found ancient pre­scrip­tions for the treat­ment of gyneco­lo­gic­al dis­orders which were over 2000 years old. As a hol­ist­ic approach to under­stand­ing the nor­mal func­tion and dis­ease pro­cesses, the treat­ment focuses as much on the pre­ven­tion of ill­ness as on the treat­ment.

The actu­al present­a­tion of a par­tic­u­lar dis­ease or ill­ness will vary from per­son to per­son. For that reas­on, a registered Chinese herb­al­ist will be able to pre­scribe a herb­al for­mula which is par­tic­u­larly suited to your unique con­sti­tu­tion and med­ic­al con­di­tion.

Not only the herb­al treat­ment will have longer last­ing effects, but it will elim­in­ate to a great extent the side effects which are a con­sequence of long-term inges­tion of chem­ical pre­scrip­tion drugs.

It is estim­ated that one out of three Aus­tralian suf­fers with some sort of digest­ive prob­lems. Often, when the con­di­tion is chron­ic, there are mul­tiple causes for these dys­func­tions which makes them very dif­fi­cult to treat with West­ern medi­cine. This is an area where Tra­di­tional Chinese herb­al medi­cine is espe­cially recom­men­ded.

In the field of infer­til­ity, Chinese herb­al medi­cine, in com­bin­a­tion with acu­punc­ture and diet­ary guidelines, can often deliv­er treat­ment out­comes well bey­ond the cap­ab­il­it­ies of West­ern medi­cine.

 The Chinese herb­al for­mu­las are now avail­able in cap­sules, pills and gran­ule forms. These are eco­nom­ical and easy to digest.

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 “Olivier’s qual­i­fic­a­tions, exper­i­ence, and pro­fes­sion­al­ism were appar­ent from my very first vis­it. As a res­ult I have become a reg­u­lar patient of his for over 2 years.”

N.T., 35, Glebe.