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Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on a concept of balanced qi, or vital energy, that is believed to flow throughout the body. As one of the oldest systems of medicine, its origins can be traced back over 3,500 years. While Western medicine focuses mainly on treating disease, Chinese medicine looks at your entire wellbeing. Chinese medicine practitioners use a mix of mind and body practices such as acupuncture, cupping, meditation, Qigong, and various herbal products to address health problems whilst creating harmony and a healthy flow of that all-important qi. 

In Chinese medicine, qi is the body’s vital energy and must flow unimpeded for the body to function normally. Any disruptions in the qi can manifest in physical and mental health issues such as lethargy, cold and flu symptoms, fever, cough, depression, and anxiety. Learn more about two common household items that will help improve your immune system.


It’s no surprise that people have been utilizing ginger in both their cooking and as a medication for centuries. In addition to the fact that it is tasty, this promptly accessible cell reinforcement has been shown to help the safe framework, forestall aggravation, and ward off different kinds of disease. What’s more, it’s frequently used to treat the ‘heat’ manifestations in one’s body, for example, dry and sore throat, and has for quite some time been a well-known home solution for both queasiness and stomach torment.


Garlic is known for fighting the common cold, decreasing heart rate, and improving cholesterol levels. So give your taste buds and your resistant framework a lift with its antimicrobial, antiviral, mitigating, and anti-infection properties.

Natural Chinese medicine helps individuals achieve greater wellness in a number of ways. The wide assortment of spices and combinations make it conceivable to treat numerous medical issues. Likewise, since combinations are altered to every patient’s needs, an expert can help improve their immunity and overall wellness.

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