Herbal Home Remedy: Jasmine

Most people would know about the aromatic scent that comes from jasmine. However, it is not only widely used because of its nice smell, it is also often used as a herbal home remedy. From the 16th century, not long after being introduced to Europe, French manufacturers used jasmine in the manufacture of perfumes. In the east, however, jasmine has been used as a herbal home remedy since several thousand years ago. Indian Ayurvedic medicine has used jasmine for centuries as a well-known cleansing remedy. The Chinese also used the jasmine to treat many different ailments.

Jasmine plants are known to taste taste bitter, astringent and slightly cooling. It contains several different substances in it, including salicylic acid, linalool, and other alkaloids. These substances make it great for the jasmine to be used as a herbal home remedy. For instance it can be used as a relaxant for your nerves, an astringent, a sedative, an aphrodisiac, to increase milk flow, and as an analgesic. Jasmine essential oil is used for many purposes as well, including a uterine tonic, an antiseptic, an antidepressant, an antispasmodic, and more.

Ayurvedic Medicine. The flowers and the essential oil are two parts that can be used from the jasmine plant. They are known as jati and are used as a sattvic tonic. Sattvic is one of the three health elements that is important according to Ayurvedic principles and this element of the jasmine flower apparently emphasizes the nature of compassion and love. Hence, jati is often used as an aphrodisiac for women. The jasmine is also used to help build up immunity, and to reduce fevers.

Traditional Chinese Medicine. The Chinese would brew jasmine plant flowers as an infusion tea. Tea that was scented with Arabian jasmine has been made since 300 AD. In China, these flowers are known as mo li and they are widely used as a scenting ingredient. In Traditional Chinese medicine, these herbs would be placed beside heat-dried green tea, so that the green tea would absorb some of the jasmine flower scent. Nowadays, it is common to find green tea and jasmine flowers mixed together and sold commercially.

Jasmine As A Herbal Home Remedy. You can make an infusion of jasmine tea for treating fevers, infections, and urinary inflammation. The flowers can be mixed with skullcap or lemon balm to make a calming tea. This tea is excellent for relieving nerves and anxiety. Jasmine tea flowers can also be used to help treat cuts and scrapes. You can treat heat stroke, anxiety, and headaches with a jasmine flower compress. Alternatively, for massage oil, you can consider mixing almond and jasmine oil in a blend. As you can see, jasmine is a herbal remedy that is easy to make from home.

By: Evelyn Lim

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Evelyn Lim would often use a Herbal Home Remedy for treating illnesses. Her remedies also include herbs from diverse cultures such as Tradtional Chinese Medicine or Ayurvedic Medicine. She shares about what she does in her free newsletter. For free information and a bonus MP3 download, please visit her site at http://www.herbalremedytips.com

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Chinese Medicine for Menopause

Menopause is most common problem encountered by women though the years. Some observers note that it might be the manifestations and changes to the physical and emotional structure of women brought about by this stage that makes more women dread the onset of this natural life occurrence. Women in their late 40s and older are usually those who experience the clear and evident symptoms of the onset of this female phase of life.

Through the years, experts from all around the world have been awed by the fact that studies how that more Chinese women in the mainland do not even know what menopausal stage is. Looking closely at the situation, it is amazing to note that there are fewer Chinese women who are experiencing the usual and basic manifestations of menopause. Now, you would get the explanation to answer this occurrence.

Menopause is natural and is inevitable, although more Chinese women are able to avoid symptoms and manifestations. It has been found that there are traditional Chinese herbal medicines that help women battle out and avoid the onset of the dreaded female menopause.

Springherb is a Chinese medicine specialist operating in the United Kingdom that helps distribute herbal medicines that help propel hot flushes, annoyance and other manifestations of menopause among women. The company ensures that the products it sells under its line are tested and ensured to be safe and really effective. There are several specific Chinese medicines to help alleviate the harsh onset of menopause. Among those products are these two:

Kun Bao Wan

Also popularly known as Menopause Pill, Kun Bao Wan has an effective and potent formula that is proven to effectively help relieve symptoms of menopausal among women. In Chinese medicine practice, the formula in the pill has been in use for about a thousand years already.

Kun Bao Wan helps regulate hormonal imbalance brought about by the onset of menopause years. This imbalance is cited for the manifestations of menopause like insomnia, hot flushes, restlessness and night sweating. As a form of added features, the pill is also known to help improve the body’s blood circulation. The medicine also helps maintain normal and active metabolism, relieve stress and amnesia and balance the body’s inner hormonal and nutrient levels.

Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan

Another Chinese medicine, Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan helps maintain regular and normal hormone levels among aging women. The treatment was originally used in China as cure to liver and kidney problems. Nowadays, Chinese medicine practitioners recommend Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan for the hard onset of menopause among women.

Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan helps eliminate several adverse and uncomfortable manifestations of menopause in women like hot flushes, night sweats, chronic sore throat, frequent urination of dark urine, pain in the lower back, uneasiness, afternoon fevers and nocturnal emissions. The treatment is made of a potent Chinese medicine formula known to help patients regulate menopause onsets.

Psoriasis and eczema are other ailments that Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan can help treat effectively. The treatment also comes in tablet forms for easier intake and more convenient handling.

Buying the products

Springherb is a Chinese medicine specialist that is operating actively within the United Kingdom market. Visit their headquarter and main store at Newark in Nottinghamshire. The store has all the essential and really helpful Chinese herbal products. Acupuncture and massage services are also provided first hand. You can reach the company through telephone hotline at 01636-706892. Business hours start at 9:30 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. daily from Monday to Saturday.

You can also log in to the company’s official Website at http://www.springherb.co.uk/ if you aim to buy Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan conveniently. In the online site, you could access and retrieve brochures about the products currently distributed as well as the corresponding price tags. There are also distribution promotional schemes that could be of great interest to you. If you want to make the best buys and deals in town, shop in and enjoy the best and most effective Chinese medicine products.

By: Xiang Lin

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Kun Bao Wan helps regulate hormonal imbalance brought about by the onset of menopause years. Another Chinese medicine, Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan helps maintain regular and normal hormone levels among aging women.

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Ways To Get Pregnant Fast – Traditional Chinese Medicine Works!

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) offers an alternative cure whose efficacy has long been recognised. It has been used for centuries in China to treat various ailments, including infertility. TCM includes the use of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, massage and certain exercises (Tai Chi or Qi Gong) to restore balance to the body.

Acupuncture is a procedure whereby very thin needles are inserted into specific points on the body, depending on the diagnosis of your health problem. These needles are believed to be able to access the flow of energy (called “qi”) and blood in your body, thus ensuring the smooth energy flow throughout the body. It is believe that this will bring back balance in the body, making you healthy.

TCM is now gaining acceptance in the Western culture. Today it exists side by side with the Western medicine. Acupunture can be used either on its own or as a complementary therapy to modern fertility treatments. On its own, acupunture is very effective in regulating your body’s system. This will help in the blood flow to the reproductive organs and stabilizes the hormone levels. Thus, this will increase ovarian function in women and sperm production in men.

Acupuncture is frequently combined with Chinese herbs and has been used to treat some causes of infertility. However, if you are under medical treatment, make sure to consult your physician or a naturopathic doctor before taking herbs because some herbs may interfere with your medication.

When acupunture is used as a complementary therapy for women undergoing modern fertility treatments, it has been proven to be very beneficial by helping women stay more relaxed through their stressful treatments. Studies have also shown that acupuncture definitely increases the rate of pregnancy in women undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF).

The good news for older women trying to get pregnant is that TCM really works for them. It can be utilised to get the women in optimal health and to get rid of any underlying problem, such as endometriosis. By itself TCM is a holistic system of healing. It can be used to cure basically any ailments, including treating infertility in both men or women.

By: Zura Jones

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Chinese Herbal Medicine

Although Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is common medical care throughout Eastern Asia, it is certainly not considered a “traditional” medicine in more Western societies. TCM is typically considered an alternative medicine, or alternative therapy, despite its long history of proven healing techniques.

Chinese herbal medicine is a major aspect of TCM, focusing on restoring, treating and preventing imbalances within the body. Believing that the body, mind and universe are interconnected, Chinese herbal medicine seeks to keep the body balanced and in a state of harmony. It embraces the concept of wellness and seeks to restore the body to its natural state and attain complete wellness. It is a completely holistic approach to healing.

Practitioners of Chinese herbal medicine focus on maintaining health through restoration of a balance among body, spirit and energy, rather than treating a specific disease, ailment or condition. Herbs are a major aspect of Chinese herbal medicine, nourishing the body as part of the balance restoration process. As opposed to traditional medicine, Chinese herbal medicine treats patterns of symptoms and complaints expressed by the patient rather than diagnosing what is believed to be the cause. What we may consider a cause in Western thinking, is merely a symptom according to Chinese medicine. Chinese herbal medicine is also used to prevent diseases from occurring, by treating certain inconveniences one may feel, yet can’t be measured by conventional medicine, before a full on disease results.


Chinese herbal medicine uses a specially formulated combination of different herbs and plant extracts to return the body to a state of balance. Some common herbs are becoming more well-known, such as Ginkgo, Green Tea and Ginseng; yet the healing power behind these herbs remain under-acknowledged. Herbal formulas are claimed to treat and prevent infections, hormone imbalances and other diseases, while some practitioners have even claimed to be able to treat and prevent certain life threatening diseases when used in combination with more traditional treatment.


Those in the Western World have really underestimated the power of Chinese herbal medicine for far too long. As a result, so many today continue to struggle with common ailments, failing health and an ongoing pursuit of wellness. Fortunately, researchers and scientists are finally beginning to give some proper attention to Chinese herbal medicine and reconsider their original views on its healing power. All Chinese herbal remedies used in the Western World have shown positive results in clinical trials. Isn’t it time that modern medicine do what is truly in the best interest of its patients? Wellness can be achieved. Balance can be restored. Health can be achieved and diseases prevented. Conventional medicine needs a change. Perhaps it should look in the mirror and see that, as Chinese herbal medicine knows, a body imbalanced in spirit, energy and body will result in nothing less than disease and poor health not curable by prescriptions, painkillers and medical drugs.

By: Jeremy Speiser, L.Ac.

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We at Easternessentials.com take of your health and healing seriously, and we want to make sure you have the most effective way to bring about long lasting results! Chinese Herbal Medicine remains the most refined, intricate, and effective form of herbal practice in the world, with over 2,000 years of written accounts.

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The History of Chinese Acupuncture

The history of China is rich and complex; the history of Chinese medicine and acupuncture no less so.

There is evidence dating back to the Shang Dynasty (c.1000 BC) of a relatively sophisticated approach to medical problems.

Archeological digs have unearthed early types of acupuncture needles, and observations on medical conditions have been found inscribed on bones dating back to this time.

In keeping with the Chinese emphasis on the balancing and governing of the forces of nature, it seems likely that medical practices developed through observation of the natural world.  Many of the graceful postures in Taiji and Qigong stem from observation of animal behavior. For example, the movements of wild geese form the basis of Dayan Qigong, which relates these movements to the acupuncture points and the energy body.

There is clear evidence of a shamanic culture existing in early Asian civilization, and many shamanistic practices are believed to lie at the foundation of Chinese acupuncture history. By the sixth century B.C., the link between shamans and the medical practitioner was clear. Confucius is quoted as having said that “a man without persistence will never make a good shaman or a good physician”.

The practice of both Chinese acupuncture and massage developed in an empirical manner through the observation of the effects they produced on certain parts of the body and on specific ailments. Early acupuncture was carried out using sharpened bone fragments before other tools were developed.

By the first century A.D., the first and most important classic text in Chinese medicine had been completed. This work, known as the Inner Classic (Huang Di Nei Jing), was compiled over centuries by various authors and takes the form of a dialogue between the legendary Yellow Emperor and his minister Qi Bo on the topic of medicine.

This book provides the basis for Chinese acupuncture history and over the centuries this basis was expanded, and specific works emerged on acupuncture and on herbal remedies.

Right into the twentieth century, much of the practice of Chinese medicine reflected the traditions that had developed over the course of the preceding 3,000 years. By then, however, Western culture was also making an impact in China. The initial response was for the more traditional theories based on Yin and Yang and the five elements to withdraw under the weight of Western scientific thought. By the time the Communists took power in China in 1949, there was a real dilemma regarding how best to deal with the apparent split between Western-based medical practices and those followed by traditional Chinese practitioners.

By 1954, more Chinese acupuncture history was made when the government officially recognized traditional practitioners as representing a ‘medical legacy of the motherland’. Thus began a parallel development of Western and Chinese medical practices. Texts from major teaching centers in China have been translated, and efforts have been make to make the principles of Chinese medicine accessible to the Western reader.

By: Jennifer Gawne

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Jennifer Gawne is a Registered TCM Herbalist at the Academy of Classical Oriental Sciences in Nelson, British Columbia. ACOS is a TCM and Acupuncture School offering 3, 4 and 5 year fully-accredited diploma programs.

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Beat Stress with Korean Ginseng

Stress looms large in all walks of life, from the routine, like paying bills on time and meeting deadlines, to the devastating, like a divorce, death or fatal disease. It cannot be avoided in today’s hectic world. Even environmental pollutants, allergies and variations in climate can trigger stress in some individuals.

Stress is a normal physiological response to a situation or event that makes you frustrated, angry or out of control. Stress can even be good to a certain extent, especially in situations such as your having to prepare for an important meeting at work. But, when a person begins to stress all the time, it becomes harmful.

Natural Way to Beat Stress:

Korean ginseng is reputed the world over for its stress busting and immunity enhancing properties. It is an adaptogen, which means that the herb stimulates the adaptive mechanisms of your body and restores its balance and harmony.

Korean ginseng is typically associated with ‘yang’ qualities, which is the male characteristic of the yin-yang, in traditional Chinese medicine, and as such, is said to be most beneficial for men in combating daily stress, enhancing strength and stamina, and boosting immunity. Numerous studies have demonstrated that a regular intake of ginseng can significantly improve the overall health of the individual.

If you are looking for a natural method to beat stress, Korean ginseng is your answer. The primary benefit of this herb is that it enables the body to remain in homeostasis or the body’s natural internal equilibrium, by adjusting its physiological processes. It is the adaptogenic properties of Korean ginseng that makes it possible.

Ginseng is a popular ingredient in almost all the tonics and supplements that are available in the market. However, caution must be exercised in buying ginseng; make sure that you buy it only from reputed manufacturers.

Though there are many anti-stress products in the market, stress management still remains a bugbear for medical practitioners all over the world. Studies conducted on the efficacy of Korean ginseng prove that it significantly reduces chronic stress and fatigue. Its anti-stress properties can be quite useful in treating stress induced disorders.

The herb not only reduces stress and the after effects, but it also helps stimulate the body’s immunity by increasing oxygen supply to the cells and tissues. Overall physical performance is benefited. Korean ginseng also fights fatigue and effects of aging. Depression, loss of appetite, impotence and other disorders brought about by a stressful life can be effectively brought under control by regular consumption of Korean ginseng.

Support Your Body with Adaptogens:

Your body is constantly battling the harmful effects that are brought about by stress, pollution and diseases. Give your body a little extra encouragement and support by supplementing its efforts with an effective adaptogenic herb like Korean Ginseng.

Those undergoing chemotherapy and other such stressful medical treatments can greatly benefit by the supporting and nurturing properties of Korean ginseng.

Too much stress can lead to high blood pressure, headaches, decreased libido, lack of sleep, and other disorders. Studies say that stress is a major contributor to many major illnesses, including cancer, cardiovascular diseases and even infectious diseases.

Give your body a little bit of extra help with Korean ginseng.

By: Ron Knight

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Ron Knight is an avid reader of Herbal Medicine. Through his articles he wishes to inform and educate public about those herbal treatments to cure cancer, as well as other herbal treatments for various ailments. It has been a great help to patients who want to get treated for cancer, especially restricting cancer using korean ginseng as the medicinal herb.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Treats Acne

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Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been around for more than 2000 years and is effective at treating several skin conditions including acne. Acne is a skin condition that affects approximately 60% of the American population. Although the cause of acne is unknown, genetic predisposition and hormonal changes are believed to be related to the cause of acne skin conditions. Acne is more prevalent in males and can be aggravated by sweating, oral contraceptives, poor skin hygiene, cosmetics, face creams, exercise, and lack of sunlight. Traditional Chinese philosophy believes that an imbalance in the body, mind or spirit can cause physical symptoms of disease. The TCM believes that an excess of internal heat and dampness causes acne and the symptoms of acne. To alleviate acne you must clear the heat and drain the dampness from the body.

Heat can be caused by different sources such as our over consumption of stimulating foods, hormonal changes, physical activity, inability for blood to clean toxins, agitated thoughts, hot weather, or imbalance of qi. Heat can appear as inflammation, over stimulation, and hyperactivity and is reflected on the skin through rashes, pimples, infections, and redness. Dampness is excess water in the tissues of the body. Dampness can be caused by water accumulation in the digestive tract, excess oil, fatty, cold or raw foods, irregular eating habits, insufficient sweating, damp environment, and insufficient heat. Bacteria, fungus and viruses thrive in excessively damp environments even in the body. Dampness can be reflected through the skin as swelling, cysts, pimples, pus, and fluid discharge.

A traditional Chinese herbalist should be consulted when determining which Chinese herbal supplements to take to clear up your acne. Although there are minimal side effects, you will not see the results you want by indulging in every Chinese herb on the market. Specific concoctions of herbs will work for certain people. An herbalist will determine which concoction of herbs is right for each individual person and their specific symptoms. TCM can use leaves, flowers, fruit, bark, minerals and roots from plants in their acne treatments.  There are several different ways to take herbs in decoctions or teas, powders, tinctures, pills, syrups, and plasters. Here are some specific herbs that have been used in TCM for thousands of years to treat acne. If you experience nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or a skin rash after taking herbal supplements, stop taking them immediately and consult your herbalist.


Cai Feng Zhen Zhu an Chuang Wan/ Margarite Acne Pills: This is an excellent remedy to clear up acne.  This product comes ina pill form and is used to clear heat, expel toxins, cool the blood, and regenerate skin cells. Some of its ingredients include Pearl, Honeysuckle Flower, Dandelion Herb, Glehniz Root, Chinese Foxglove Root, Ningpo Figwort Root, Chinese Rhubarb Root and Lucid Gannoderma Sclerotium.


Jin Yin Hua/ Honeysuckle– Can be used in conjunction with chrysanthemum and dandelion to clear excess heat in the blood and stomach. It is a great detoxifier and increases perspiration. It can be consumed as an infusion or applied externally to the skin.


Dandelion Root– Is a blood cleanser which stimulates liver function to cleanse the body. Dandelion root should be drunk in a tea by mixing 2-3 teaspoons of dried dandelion to 1 cup of water. Dandelion leaves can also be eaten in a salad, which aid in digestion but only 2 leaves should be eaten daily.


Dahurian Angelica– Reduces swelling and expels dampness from the body. Should be drunk in a tea by mixing 1 ounce of dried root into 1 pint of water or can be consumed as 1/2 teaspoon diluted in 1 cup water. This root can also be combined with Chrysanthemum and drank.


Skullcap– Clears heat as well as damp heat. Drank as a tea. Combine 1 ounce dried root to 1 pint of water.


Burdock Root– Cleans the blood by detoxifying the body. Acts as an anti-inflammatory. Should be applied topically.


Spica Prunellae/ Prunella Spike– Common herb found in TCM. Boil 1 ounce of dried herb in 1 pint of water. Add honey and drink daily.


Other herbs used in TCM to treat acne include neem, chaste tree berry, chamomile, sarsaparilla, milk thistle, yellow dock, Echinacea root, loquat leaf, rehmania root, moutan bark, forsythia fruit, peach kernel, safflower, Stellaria Root, Purslane, and peppermint.

By: Sarah Labdar

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Graduated with a BA in exercise science and have worked in the medical field since.  My focus is alternative medicine however all aspects of health interest me.  Check out my health website!
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Traditional Chinese Medicine course ought to strategic emerging industries – 3D Cinema System

Speed up the transformation, as an important mode of economic development, strive to foster a strategic emerging industries in this year’s government work report to be stressed. In response, many deputies and members believe, the most original innovation potential of the multiple values of both Chinese medicine course ought to this column.


    Strategic requirements of new industries must master the key core technology, with market demand prospects, availability of resources, low energy consumption, driven coefficient, employment opportunities, comprehensive benefits a good feature. Judging from Chinese medicine, people happy.


    First of all, Chinese medicine as the Chinese original, after thousands of years evolved a system of Chinese medicine theory, clinical skills and herbs, if the advantages of Chinese medicine and life sciences front, high-tech means to combine, it will be the best foundation, the best position to break through the core and key technologies of the areas.


    Second, with the changes in today’s concepts of health and medicine, the changing pattern of traditional medicine through the development of life sciences in the ascendant. Traditional Chinese Medicine is the world’s outstanding representatives of traditional medicine and its unique strengths will help greatly enhance people’s quality of life at home and abroad have a stable and promising market demand.


    Third, Chinese medicine is a green industry, not only in building a resource-saving and environment-friendly society’s requirements and the subsequent large-scale cultivation of Chinese medicinal materials, is bound to promote the steady development of agriculture and farmers continue to increase and promote urban and rural development, a good economic and social benefits.


    Fourth, the development of Chinese medicine will drive the emergence of a number of industries. For example Chinese herbal medicine plant will boost agriculture, promote traditional Chinese culture as the outstanding representatives of Chinese medicine and culture will stimulate growth in related culture industry is flourishing, with modern science and technology driven with traditional Chinese medicine industry, the rise of Chinese medical equipment manufacturing industry, relying on innovative medicines for Chinese medicine to shorten R & D cycle will enhance the overall competitiveness of China’s pharmaceutical industry to play in treating disease before benefits will boost the community health care services development.


    Premier Wen Jiabao’s government work report, stressed that the transformation of economic development mode with great urgency, to vigorously promote the economy into innovation-driven, endogenous growth, development track. The development of Chinese medicine is intended to coincide with this. Therefore, this year’s government work report also emphasized that “to support and promote Chinese medicine, the development of the national pharmaceutical industry”, and last year’s State Council issued “on the pharmaceutical industry to support and promote the development of a number of opinions” and its profound meaning of this can be reflected in Glimpse.

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Chinese Medicine For Hair Loss

Chinese medicine consists of the following healing techniques: herbology, acupuncture, and acupressure.

These modes of healing can be rooted back in the ancient Chinese system of treating diseases. Right now, a lot of medical practitioners are claiming that these healing techniques have some legitimate scientific basis to it.

Incidentally, hair loss is just one minor problem that Chinese medicine can easily address.There are different concoctions, herbs, and procedures to revert hair loss in a person. The traditional Chinese way of healing comprises the use of pressure points, chi, and energy flow into the body.

One good medicine for hair loss is Goto Kola.A very popular herb known to curb hair loss in men and also control male pattern baldness. Also known to help people with alopecea, this herb is available in its natural form and as a pill. It is also used for blood purification and increase memory power of a person, but must be taken after Doctors consultation only.

Goto Kola is very effective for age-related hair loss and male pattern baldness. It is believed that Goto Kola is the well-kept secrets of Chinese centenarians who have gone past their 100th birthday still enjoy the full lock of their hair. But more than treating hair loss, Goto Kola is also effective for memory problems, anxiety, insomnia, edema, and high blood pressure.

It can also be used to enhance a persons cognitive processes, heal wounds, and promote blood circulation. Other than Goto Kola, ginseng is also a good treatment for hair loss. Who hasnt heard of this Chinese medicine, right? Well, Ginseng has been administered for decades now, to cure various ailments, one of which is hair loss. The Siberian Ginseng has strong medicinal powers that helps rejuvenate the scalp and increase blood flow.This herb must be the most popular one yet this decade.

Both Chinese medicine and the Indian Ayurvedic medicine had attested to its effectiveness. It addresses hair loss by directly inhibiting the production of 5 alpha reductase, which is the element that is believed to cause the problem. Ginseng can also inhibit cortisol and work as an adaptogen. Foti, also referred to as Shien Mien in Chinese medicine, is also a good herbal treatment for hair loss. Also known as He Shou Wu, this herb is commonly consumed as tea or as medication to help increase hair growth and reduce hair loss.In fact, it has been used as a hair-growing agent in the past few years already.

However, scientific evidences to prove its effectiveness are yet to surface.

But with the testimonials of the people who are using it, this herb is definitely worth a try.

But more than the use of Chinese medicine, it has been recently discovered that male pattern baldness can actually be triggered by the food that a person eats. A western diet consisting of dairy products, meat, and fast food items are conducive to hair loss, according to an epidemiological study conducted in Japan eight years ago. The study also concluded that a macrobiotic diet has a positive effect to hair growth. Such diet consists of grains, fish, and vegetables, including foods that are rich in the 3 fatty acids and 6 fatty acids.

By: Harwood E Woodpecker

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The author is the owner of The Chinese Medicine Guide – http://www.mychinesemedicine.com.For more information about Chinese medicine for hair loss visit this page – http://www.mychinesemedicine.com/treatment/hair_loss.aspx.

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Singing Praise for Ginseng

I’m a huge fan of Ginseng especially when I’m feeling sluggish or in need of an herbal pick-me-up.  Its been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years to restore energy and I always feel like I’m getting infused with some ancient Chinese wisdom when I drink my Ginseng drops in a cup of tea.  I love the way that this wild-looking root can impart such a sense of well being and happy energy upon me.  I make sure that I am never without my ginseng tincture close by.  Technically, Ginseng is an adaptogen herb which has multiple regulatory effects on the body.  Asian ginseng is known to support overall health and boost the immune system and traditional and modern uses of ginseng include: improving the health of people recovering from illness, increasing sense of well-being and stamina, and improving both mental and physical performance.

Recently, researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota found that this amazing herb can help some of the 90 percent or more of cancer patients who suffer from lethargy and low energy levels throughout their treatments.  The study was done with 282 people who had breast, colon, or other types of cancers and after eight weeks of randomly assigned doses of ginseng (ranging from 750 to 2000 mgs per day), 25 % of those on the two highest doses reported their fatigue was moderately to much better as well as improvements in mental, physical, and emotional well-being.  Only 10 % on the lowest dosage or a placebo reported any improvement in their energy level or general feeling of wellness.

Once again, herbs serve as a wonderful complement to conventional medicine—truly gifts from nature!  The most common side effects of Ginseng are headaches and sleep and gastrointestinal problems but they are rare.  Feel free to drop me a line and let me know if you decided to try it and how you feel!  (Do be careful if you’ve got high blood pressure though—anyway its always best to consult your doc before trying new herbs).

By: daniemoore

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Danie moore is an herbal and natural health specialist. To read more of his articles, visit http://www.daniemoore.com/

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