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Yes, it is safe to be taken. It consists of 100% natural concentrated extracts of herbal ingredients. Each batch complies with the specific limits of Heavy metals and Microbial tests as regulated by Health Sciences Authority. Only products that pass the limits are allowed for sale in Singapore.
How does it work?
It is tailored to treat any acute or chronic disease aggressively, utilizing the extracts of herbs with well-established records for effectiveness and safety according to the Chinese Pharmacopoeia. The formulation adopts a multi-pronged approach to resolve your problem.

This is a very important question. Normally we do not encourage to take together with western medicine, if you insist doing so, please consult your professional advisor or start from small dosage, should you have any discormfort, please see you doctor immediately.

This varies quite a lot and is dependent on several factors. The first is how long you have had your problems for; treatment for acute or short-term conditions may only last a few weeks, whereas for more chronic or long-term problems, treatment could last for several months. The effect of TCM will also depend on your own individual condition. Some people are more responsive to treatment than others, just the same as some people are more responsive to conventional drugs prescribed by a doctor, but the great thing is that there is never just one route to take when treating an illness, so different therapies can be used to see what is right for you.

Normally please follow the instruction, if you want to shorten your treatment period and take double, please get your professional advice.

In short no! TCM has its limitations just like conventional medicine. You must read product information to find a best product suitable for you.

Modern medical research has been attempting to investigate how TCM works for the past 50 years, and research methods are improving all the time. Many herbs have been analyzed for their chemical components and trials occur throughout the world utilizing herbal products and health supplements for a variety of conditions. There is still a great deal that remains scientifically unproven in research trials carried out all over the world, but at the same time the amount of investment is increasing every day, of course, it is necessary for TCM to be fully understood in modern biomedical terms but one of its greatest advantages is the ability to view the state of health from a completely different point of view, that often provides a different treatment strategy that can prove to be effective, where current treatments have proven limited or even ineffective.

Chinese Herbal therapy or herb medicine has three main functions: Treat the acute diseases and conditions such as killing bacteria or a virus Heal chronic illness such as gastrointestinal disorder, respiratory disorder, allergies, immune system deficiency, etc. by strengthening the body, helping it to recover Maintain daily life health by keeping the balance of human body In general, herbs can treat a wide variety of diseases and conditions. Comparing with chemical medicine, Chinese herbal medicine is much more gentler and safer because it is made of natural herbs. Most of Chinese herbs do not cause side effects. Even some side effects that do occur among a few herbs, those side effects can be easily counteracted with other herbs. For these reasons, people turn to herbal therapy for a number of indications. More and more people rely on Chinese herb medicine as alternative after chemical medicine failed. Chronic illness treatment – As we know, many people with chronic illness may take a number of different conventional drugs daily. Chinese herb medicine is a very good alternative for those who are looking for a natural alternative for the conventional western medicine. There are many very efficient Chinese herbal patent medicines and prescribed herb formulas for the medications taken for pain syndromes, gastrointestinal disorders, neurological disorders, stress related syndromes, respiratory disorders, heart problems, sexual dysfunction, allergies and immune system deficiencies, as well as replacements for antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs. Side effect reduction – As mentioned early, Chinese herbs are safer and less side-effects. Actually they can be taken to reduce the side effects of other medication such as antibiotics, chemotherapy, etc. It is well known that antibiotics weaken the immune system. Herbal therapy can strengthen the system. Also, during chemotherapy, the white blood cell count drops, which causes fatigue, lack of energy and appetite. Herbal therapy has proven quite successful in relieving the side effects of chemotherapy. For prevention – People may take Chinese herb medicine for disease prevention. For instance, for a person suffering from frequent headaches, taking herbs to prevent the headache from ever starting is a much better option than taking a pain reliever after the fact. Herbs are also used to prevent the flu, menstrual cramps and premenstrual syndrome, among other things. For health maintenance – Herbal therapy can also be used for general health maintenance. Tonic herbs are used to increase energy and to slow the aging process. They are also used for enhancing sexual energy and for cosmetic purposes. Herbs arc also used to treat minor symptoms that are not severe enough for heavy chemical drugs, symptoms that cannot be diagnosed by Western medicine, and symptoms and illness that are not easy to treat, such as mononucleosis and immune system deficiencies.

Chinese Herbal therapy or herb medicine has three main functions: Treat the acute diseases and conditions such as killing bacteria or a virus Heal chronic illness such as gastrointestinal disorder, respiratory disorder, allergies, immune system deficiency, etc. by strengthening the body, helping it to recover Maintain daily life health by keeping the balance of human body In general, herbs can treat a wide variety of diseases and conditions. Comparing with chemical medicine, Chinese herbal medicine is much more gentler and safer because it is made of natural herbs. Most of Chinese herbs do not cause side effects. Even some side effects that do occur among a few herbs, those side effects can be easily counteracted with other herbs. For these reasons, people turn to herbal therapy for a number of indications. More and more people rely on Chinese herb medicine as alternative after chemical medicine failed. Chronic illness treatment – As we know, many people with chronic illness may take a number of different conventional drugs daily. Chinese herb medicine is a very good alternative for those who are looking for a natural alternative for the conventional western medicine. There are many very efficient Chinese herbal patent medicines and prescribed herb formulas for the medications taken for pain syndromes, gastrointestinal disorders, neurological disorders, stress related syndromes, respiratory disorders, heart problems, sexual dysfunction, allergies and immune system deficiencies, as well as replacements for antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs. Side effect reduction – As mentioned early, Chinese herbs are safer and less side-effects. Actually they can be taken to reduce the side effects of other medication such as antibiotics, chemotherapy, etc. It is well known that antibiotics weaken the immune system. Herbal therapy can strengthen the system. Also, during chemotherapy, the white blood cell count drops, which causes fatigue, lack of energy and appetite. Herbal therapy has proven quite successful in relieving the side effects of chemotherapy. For prevention – People may take Chinese herb medicine for disease prevention. For instance, for a person suffering from frequent headaches, taking herbs to prevent the headache from ever starting is a much better option than taking a pain reliever after the fact. Herbs are also used to prevent the flu, menstrual cramps and premenstrual syndrome, among other things. For health maintenance – Herbal therapy can also be used for general health maintenance. Tonic herbs are used to increase energy and to slow the aging process. They are also used for enhancing sexual energy and for cosmetic purposes. Herbs arc also used to treat minor symptoms that are not severe enough for heavy chemical drugs, symptoms that cannot be diagnosed by Western medicine, and symptoms and illness that are not easy to treat, such as mononucleosis and immune system deficiencies.

First of all, the processing can reduce any possible side effects of herbs by detoxifying the herbs. The second reason for processing herbs is for filtering out impurities such as dirt and sand. Another reason is the processing can soften the strong taste or smell of herbs. Finally, it is very important to address that processing herbs can enhance their functions.

Chinese Patent herbs are premixed herb combinations according to the traditional formulas developed by experts in traditional Chinese medicine through over 3000 years. They are similar to over-the-counter-drugs and usually in the form of pill, capsule and liquid. The advantages of Chinese patent herbs are convenient, ease to take, less expensive. However, patient’s symptoms must fit the patent herb’s narrow indications. Prescribed herbs are mixed by a herbalist according to an individual patient’s symptoms and diagnoses. In general speaking, prescribed herbs are more effective than patent herbs because the prescribed herbs are tailored to your symptoms and conditions exclusively by your herbalist if he or she is very good at traditional Chinese medicine.

The concentrated herbs are made from the raw herbs. First of all, best herbal sources from China are selected. Then these raw herbs are purified. After that they are processed through steaming, cooking, finally condensed into fine granular particles. Therefore, they are easy to be dissolved and absorbed and enhance the healing process.

Chinese herbalists usually do not prescribe single herb for their patients. Chinese herbs usually are used in combinations of 8 to 15 herbs. There are three major reasons to support the combination practice. Mutual Reinforcement involves combining two or more very similar herbs together to create a stronger effect. Mutual Assistance is the way to use one herb to help another work better. Mutual Restraint is meant to use one herb to reduce or eliminate side effects of another herb in the combination. All of these demonstrate that a herbalist should be experienced and knowledgeable about herbs before attempting to combine them. Otherwise,mutual Inhibition occurs when one herb reduces another’s Effectiveness; Incompatibility occurs when the combination of certain herbs produces side effects or becomes poisonous. I received many emails and phone calls regarding where to buy single Chinese herb. I think that Many of people in the United States misunderstood Chinese herb medicine when they tried to use single Chinese herb to treat some diseases and conditions. One of the most important advatages of Chinese medicine is the power of mixing.

Yes, it is safe to be taken. It consists of 100% natural concentrated extracts of herbal ingredients. Each batch complies with the specific limits of Heavy metals and Microbial tests as regulated by Health Sciences Authority. Only products that pass the limits are allowed for sale in Singapore.

As you know, prescribed herbal medicine is traditionally taken in tea form. Human body absorbs tea easily and quickly so it is the most commonly used method. Sometimes, if the smell or taste of the herbal medicine is unpleasant, capsule or tablet form of this herbal medicine is recommended. Tea should always be warm, and capsules or tablets should be swallowed with warm water. Generally, it is best to take herbs just before you serve meals. You should consult a herbalist for specific instructions on taking herbs. For example, tonic herbs, to promote health, are best taken before meals. Purgative herbs, to cleanse the system, are best taken on an empty stomach. Herbs that either irritate the stomach or are taken to protect the stomach should be taken after eating. Herbs for insomnia and other sleeping disorders should be taken at bedtime. Back to top Basic concept of TCM Traditional Chinese Medicine is a medical system of diagnosis and healthcare approaches that has evolved since 5,000 years ago. Through the observation of the nature, environment, the changing seasons and body responses, the basic principles and philosophies of TCM as well as different treatment modalites were introduced by the ancient Chinese. Among of which, Shen Nong (the Divine Farmer) was credited for tasting hundreds of herbs to identify their therapeutic properties and teaching the ancient Chinese the basics of agriculture and husbandry. Another important character who had contributed much in introducing the understanding of the medical system was Huang Di (The Yellow Emperor).

Unlike Western Medicines, Traditional Chinese Medicine adopts different concept and approaches to illness A holistic medicine TCM regards the human body and Nature as an inseparable whole. The holistic concept considers a person’s mind and body, diet and exercise, lifestyle and relationships, work and leisure, the climate and environment at large. This “whole” is composed of many variables which have an intimate relationship and exert influences on each other, bringing about positive or negative changes in the human body. Conventional Western Medicines adopts a more symptomatic approach. It combats ill-health with medicines that have oppositional effect. For example, anti-pyretics are used to lower the body temperature in fever. Approach to illness TCM views disease as a result of disharmony in the body. The state of harmony in the body refers to the balance between the Yin and Yang, vital energy (Qi) and blood as well as between the functions of the different organs and between the environment and our body. The harmony of the body is constantly disrupted by our daily activities as well as external environmental influences. When the disharmonies are quickly restored to maintain the dynamic equilibrium of the Yin and Yang, vital energy and blood, you maintain an overall state of well-being and health. One of the main approaches in TCM to maintain health is to strengthen the body resistance such that we are readily able to overcome and dismiss any disease causative factors. Causes of diseases include: External causative factors – disease may arise when the body‘s ability to adapt the climatic changes is compromised (for whatever reason) or when the environmental changes occur too suddenly for the body to adjust. The 6 key factors often discussed are Wind, Heat/Fire, Summer-heat, Dampness, Dryness and Cold. Internal causative factors – includes emotional distress, internal dysfunction of organs, poor body constitution. Other factors – such as organic factors (eg. viruses, fungi, parasites and bacteria), diet and lifestyle, trauma, sexual activities etc. Concept of bodily organs The organs are viewed according to their perceived functions rather than the literal functions known to Western Medicine. For example, Spleen in TCM is seen as central to digestion, assimilation and distribution of nutrients and water throughout the body. It diifers from the definition of Spleen in western medical terminology, which is, the largest lymph organ that produces antibodies and filters out damaged red blood cells. The organs, bones, tissues and skin structures are interconnected through the Meridian system. Meridians are formless channels along which Qi or vital energy flows around the body. Specific points that marked upon each individual channels are known as acupuncture points. The organs (脏腑) are classified as the solid organs (known as Zang organs,脏) and hollow organs (known as Fu organs,腑). The five Zang organs are Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lungs and Kidneys. The six Fu organs are Gall Bladder, small intestines, stomach, large intestines, bladder and San Jiao (三焦). TCM divides the body into 3 areas where fluid transformation takes place. The upper part of the body above the diaphragm which includes heart and lungs is known as Upper Jiao(上焦);the middle part of the body which includes liver, gall bladder, spleen and stomach is known as Middle Jiao (中焦) and the lower part of the body which includes kidney, bladder, intestines, uterus etc is known as Lower Jiao (下焦). Basic principles The theory of Yin & Yang The theory of Five Elements The Organ Relationships The Basic substances: vital energy, blood, fluids The Meridian system Various principles are used to explain the physiological and pathological changes in the body. It is being used as the principles for treatment of diseases.
Use of herbs Decocted herbal preparations have been the classical way to take Chinese herbs in their raw, dried form. Without any doubt, decoctions are the best way to access the energetic qualities of herbs and bring about the most potent therapeutic effects. However the disadvantages are: Preparation of the decoctions may take up to an hour to prepare Actual consumption of decoctions is usually hindered by its bitter taste or undesirable smell The objectives of it is: Provide health supplements that aim to restore the imbalance or disharmony of Yin and Yang, Vital energy and blood in the body so as to sustain the vital health Act as an adjuvant supplement and tonic for improved health management Improve the patient compliance by providing convenient dosage forms.