Chinese Medicine Traveller

Bridging the World of Ancient Healing

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  • Six Syndrome System of the Shang Han Lun

    Classical Formula - Jing Fang

    Classical Chinese Medical philosophy views health and disease through “the eight-principle and six-syndrome differentiation” methods. In ancient times, Chinese medical experts identified concurrent symptoms as patterns and associated them with formulas to treat them. Eventually with repeated clinica ...more »

  • Acupuncture Benefits Alzheimer Patients

    Classical Acupuncture

    Acupuncture improves drug effectiveness for the treatment of Alzheimer disease (AD). Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of randomized controlled studies and found that acupuncture plus the drug donepezil is more effective than using only donepezil as a standalone treatment. In a surprising findin ...more »

  • Acupuncture Slows the Progression of Parkinson's

    Classical Acupuncture

    New research reveals how acupuncture protects the brain in areas damaged by Parkinson’s disease. Scientists at the World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Traditional Medicine have discovered two acupuncture points that prevent the breakdown of an important brain protecting enzyme, tyrosi ...more »

  • Jing Fang Approach to Treat Fever

    Classical Formula - Jing Fang

    Being a classical Chinese physician and treating diseases according to the classical thinking, we must first identify the type of disease through the “eight principles”.  We must determine if it is a hot or a cold disease, or a mixture of hot and cold disease.  We must identify if it is an internal ...more »

  • Health Benefits of Black Sugar

    Health Cultivation

    Black Sugar (Kurozato) is a common ingredient in Asian cooking and baking. This type of unrefined sugar comes from the island of Okinawa and has many health benefits not found in white and brown/red sugar. It is believed to help lower cholesterol levels and neutral blood fat contains molasses, potas ...more »