Qiongyugao

15 Mar 2014
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Qiongyugao

  It is known that Qiongyugao was created by Chinese Shin Cheol-ong. Shin Cheol-ong found that Qiongyugao made of four kinds of medicines (Korean ginseng, di huang, fu ling, and honey) is highly effective for dry cough, and Hong Joon in the Sung Dynasty compiled his experiences and orally transmitted prescriptions into Hong-ssi-jip-heom-bang, which is the first record on Qiongyugao.   The treatment effect of Qiongyugao is so excellent that it appears increasingly frequently in medical books. It was introduced in Gu-seon Hwal-in-sim-beop (Methods of Vitalizing Human Mind) by Joo Gwon in the Ming Dynasty, and Jang-ssi-eui-tong by Jang Ro in the Qing Dynasty. In Korea, the medicine is explained.

Gong-Jin-Dan

15 Mar 2014
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Gong-Jin-Dan

     ‘Gong-Jin-Dan’ is the medicine that used to be taken by Kings. It is a tonic effective for people of weak constitutions and it is easy to take. ‘Dong-Eui-Bo-Gam (Korea’s medical book) describes ‘Gong-Jin-Dan’ as follows: “If a man is sickly even after growing up, he is constitutionally weak. In such a case, body fluids should be increased but body heat should be cooled down. Other medicines are inefficacious against it, but this medicine is effective to harmonize internal organs with each other and to prevent various diseases.”   Principal Ingredients – ‘Sa-Hyang (Musk)’: It is effective to unblock energy. Externally it reaches the skin, and internally reaches the.

Post Surgery Care

15 Mar 2014
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Post Surgery Care

    Asian medical practitioners can be very useful before, during and after surgery. As both a preventative and curative practice, Asian medicine seeks to heal disease states at any level of acuity. With proper treatment using acupuncture and Asian pharmacology, many conditions would never make it to the operating room. Prevention can be the best cure and eliminate the need for some invasive procedures.   There are some conditions that require surgery, in which case, the goal is to minimize discomfort and maximize healing before, during and after the procedure. Dr. Sun Pei-Lin’s recent book, “The Management of Post-Operative Pain With Acupuncture, lists many advantages to using acupuncture for.

Steps to extract the best herb remedy

15 Mar 2014
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Steps to extract the best herb remedy

  Selecting best quality herb → cleaning with ionize water and distinfection with ozone → boiling herb with purified water   Therapies and Managing Programs for children in feeble health Short and weak children comparing to their age group could have emotional trauma. It also affects children’s psychological development. If your children are shorter or weaker comparing to their age group, please consult with me. I have solutions let your children grow taller and stronger.   -There is specialized program that your children grow taller and stronger by treating Asian medicine.   Therapies for student in highly stressful situation Student in 11th grade are facing great amount of stress from.

Body constitutions and herb – Sasang Typology

15 Mar 2014
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Body constitutions and herb – Sasang Typology

  The Sasang [Sa-Sang] Typology (or Sasang Constitution) is a traditional Korean medical typology, which was systematically theorized by Jae-Ma Lee in his book “Dong-Yi-Soo-Se-Bo-Won [the principle of life preservation in oriental medicine] in 1894. In Korea, it is widely used by fifteen thousands Korean Medicine Doctors (equiv. to MD or OMD) clinically.   Sasang typology explains the individual differences in behavioral patterns, physical characteristics and susceptibility to a certain disease based on their bio-psychological traits. So the Sasang typology is the real Personalized medicine used for hundred years. It also shows temperament-based guideline for safe and effective use of acupuncture and medical herbs not only Ginseng and Ginger but.