Haemorrhoids (Piles)

What is the treatment for haemorrhoids? Haemorrhoids (piles) are swellings that develop from the lining of the anus and lower rectum (back passage). Symptoms range from temporary and mild, to persistent and painful. In many cases, haemorrhoids are small and symptoms settle down without treatment. If required。The treatment of Acupuncture and Herbs is VERY effective.


Shingles and Chinese Medicine Shingles, or herpes zoster, is a painful, debilitating disease that afflicts over 500,000 Americans each year. Bio-Scientifically speaking, the illness is caused by a virus, the same virus which causes chicken pox in children and adults. It begins as a hypersensitive area of the skin, with itching and/or burning, usually around Continue Reading

Bell’s palsy

Symptoms of Bell’s Palsy The onset of Bell’s palsy is typically sudden with maximal facial weakness developing within the first 48 hours. The main symptoms are a decreased ability to close the eye, smile, puff out the cheeks, wrinkle the brow or nose. Excess or decrease in tearing and drooling may also occur. In some Continue Reading

High blood pressure

Hypertension is a series of clinical symptoms marked by increase of blood pressure in the arteries of blood circulation, according to the criteria suggested by the World Health Organization. Adults with systolic pressure greater than 140 mmHg and/or diastolic pressure greater than 90 mmHg can be diagnosed with hypertension (the result of three tests taken Continue Reading

High cholesterol

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for High Cholesterol High cholesterol is a medical condition in which the amount of cholesterol in one’s bloodstream exceeds a normal or recommended level. Cholesterol is a complex organic compound that occurs naturally in the body and is used to produce bile acids, vitamin D, and a number of hormones needed Continue Reading


Arthritis is a degenerative inflammatory disease that attacks the joints in particular, causing symptoms of stiffness, swelling, pain, and loss of the normal range of motion. It is especially common in elderly people, although rheumatoid arthritis can occur in young people as well. Causes of Arthritis In traditional Chinese patterns of disharmony, the various types Continue Reading