Individual Herbs

Individual herbal medicine 

TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) herbology is a Oriental Herbal remedies which have been used in China for more than five thousands years and began to be consolidated into a system of medicine about three thousand years ago, Then spreading to the countries near by. The properties of about six thousands medicinal herbs are describe in the traditional medical literature, and more than eight hundreds are still used in routine clinical practice.

The oriental medical herbology is the Medicine based on the TCM medical theory of healing, combined with the natural herbal treatments of the conclusions from Chinese Ancestors’ trials, observations and experiences on billions and billions real cases and diseases.

These herbal medicines are pure and natural substances of majority the plants and also rocks or animals from the planet. Some delectable herbs and seasonings we can readily grow in our gardens or bring home with the groceries like mint, honey, cinnamon, ginger, garlic, cilantro, barleys, beans, licorice and much more. In fact, a large numbers of commonly used spices and flavorings have their own specific medicinal applications. others are well-known folk medicines, such as rhubarb, gentian, aconite, and yellow vetch, all of which traveled from China to Europe in the ei eighteen century before going to America with our great-great-grandparents. Still others, more recently arrived, have names that suggest their exotic origins.

In TCM herbology, we categorize the herbs by their functions which are like

Clear Heat

Resolve toxicity

Warm interior

Drain dampness

Stop bleeding

Dispel blood stasis

Unblock stagnations

Tonify Yin, Yang, Qi, or Blood