Reishi is the best known mushroom in Chinese folk medicine
Reishi is a valuable mushroom. One minus — it's bitter. This is the best known mushroom in Chinese folk medicine. The most ancient and very expensive. Reishi – increases the…

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Reishi is the best known mushroom in Chinese folk medicine
Reishi is a valuable mushroom. One minus — it's bitter. This is the best known mushroom in Chinese folk medicine. The most ancient and very expensive. Reishi – increases the…

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Traditional Chinese medicine

Traditional Chinese medicine views a person both physically and mentally. It approaches health from the nature in all its complexity and multidimensionality. Enhancement of natural healing, Central China’s traditional medical practices. The basic concepts underlying all Chinese medical therapies Taoist teachings of “Yin” and “Yang” (theory of opposites); the five elements (metal, wood, water, fire and earth); and “qi” (pronounced Chi), the vital energy of life that circulates in the body through a system of paths.

Traditional Chinese folk medicine has a different paradigm from Western Biomedicine. Chinese medicine treats the body as a microscope that follows macrocosmic laws and factors, such as the seasonal patterns created by the combination of sun, moon and stars. It defines health as a recycling process of the human body, cultivating vital and spiritual forces, as well as maximum utilization of physiological functions.

Doctors trained in Biomedicine . regularly prescribe antibiotics, and traditional folk healers often treated treatment herbs.

Herbal medicine (Zhong Yao).

The earliest treatment with Chinese herbs appeared as early as 100 years BC, Most Chinese traditional medicines of plant origin, mineralia animal parts are also included in the “Zhong Yao”. Continue reading

Secrets of alternative medicine

You will appoint a homeopath

It is so arranged that none of us is immune from any disease. But we can choose where and how we are treated – whether to go to a regular clinic or seek assistance from representatives of alternative medicine. How to find “their” healer and not only maintain health, but money, is told in a new book by Alexander Strazhnoe.

Alexander Strazhnoe has both classical training (he graduated from Kyiv medical Institute), and education non-traditional (Ukrainian Institute of traditional medicine, Hanoi Institute of Oriental medicine). He has lectured in various countries, including Stanford University (USA), and in recent years worked as head of the office of alternative medicine at a private clinic in Hungary.

The “Guide for avid healers, and stubborn patients,” Dr. Strazhnoe explains how to distinguish a true healer from a charlatan, and talks about various areas of alternative diagnostics and medicine – such as acupuncture, homeopathy, bioenergetics. And, what is especially valuable, noted both strengths and weaknesses of a particular direction, helping the reader to decide what suits them best. Continue reading