Phytotherapy and TCM
A wide range of diseases can be treated with herbal medicine, gentle and with almost no side effects. A herbal recipe is always individually tailored to each patients condition. learn more >>
Nature`s remedies –
an effective alternative
Phytotherapy is the use of plants, parts of plants or their preparations as medicinal products. It basically follows the same therapy principles of science-oriented medicine, however, no isolated active ingredients are used, but so-called multi-substance complexes.
This means that it is always whole plant parts that are being used. Those contain several different active ingredients, which work together when ingested and are usually more tolerable than isolated or synthetic active ingredients.
Ancient knowledge and an
individual approach with TCM
Phytotherapy in traditional Chinese medicine is based on a centuries-old tradition and thus contains a wealth of experience. Not only are individual medicinal plants prescribed, but almost always a combination of different medicinal plants in order to enable a very wide range of applications.
The exact selection of medicinal plants is based not only on the conventional medical indication but also particularly on an individual diagnosis according to TCM criteria.
Gentle & rare side-effects
Particularly in the treatment of chronic health disorders and diseases that are not acutely threatening, herbal medicine can be an effective alternative or supplement to synthetic agents with very rare side effects. In fact, they are often the drug of choice when dealing with persisting symptoms.
When is a phytotherapy
The World Health Organisation (WHO) considers treatment with TCM to be useful for indications from the following areas:
- Musculoskeletal system
- Neurology / vegetative / psychosomatic
- Respiratory tract / ENT
- Skin / hair
- Metabolism / hormones
- Chronic pain
- Concomitant therapy for cancer
Other therapy methods
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TCM Therapeut, Heilpraktiker
Full-time TCM studies at the “Beijing University of Chinese Medicine” in Beijing, China with a B.Sc. Chinese Medicine, as well as at the “Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine” in Guangzhou, China with a M.Sc. Chinese Medicine.
Training in “recognizing and processing TCM herbs” at LiHe-TCM in Xiamen, China. In-depth study of the so-called TCM classics.
Training in Chen-style Taichi, as well as medical Daoyin and Qigong, as well as ongoing training in Beijing, China.