Indications: Coma. Sunstroke. Cardiac pain. Febrile disease. Speech difficulty due to stiffness of the tongue. Infantile convulsions. Morbid crying of baby at night. Feverish sensation in the palm. Abdominal pain. Clinical applications: Effect to remove obstruction from the collaterals. Resuscitate the unconscious. Restore Yang qi from collapse. Combinations: Syncope – combination with Renzhong (GV26) and …
“Let food be thy medicine, and medicine is thy food”, wrote Hippocrates, the father of medicine.
Significant advancements in science, medicine, and food technology have shaped how society looks at herbs. While many benefits have been enjoyed from these developments, taking an isolated view instead of treating herbs as tasty, delicious and health-benefiting foods has dampened the acceptance and adaptation of herbs in our daily lives.
As with all elements, whether prescribed drugs, OTCs, herbs or even the food you consume daily, consumption and application with a reasonable degree of common sense. Herbal remedies and recipes offer a safe and effective form of home help. The proper use of herbs can, in fact, avoid using conventional drugs which quite often give rise to risks of harsh side effects. It is also widely known that conventional drugs often work by controlling or “suppressing” the symptoms, rather than treating the source of the problem.
Nevertheless, not every herb is suitable for everyone or at every stage of life. For instance, infant to toddler phases and pregnancy would demand a more cautious and disciplined application. Total abstinence might even be necessary. As mentioned earlier, one should always know what one consumes instead of being the “human incinerator”. Pay attention to your body, even for the slightest signal.
Using common-sense (again), one should always undergo a proper and thorough diagnosis of medical conditions before deciding on which treatment path to adopt.
Irrespective of whatever methods, obtaining the best results out of any form of treatment entails an 80:20 cooperation between patient and healer, doctor or specialist. The patients’ level of responsibility, commitment and discipline will be the deciding factor of complete or significant recovery or otherwise.
The essence of 10minutehealthtips.com is basically to return to the origin for healing – be it from the physical, mental, emotional and/or spiritual. It is also undeniable that spiritual guidance (which is always above religions) can be the answer to complete healing.
Indications: Cardiac pain. Profuse sweating of the hands. Hand tinea. Mental mania. Epilepsy. Mouth ulceration. Foul breath.
Indications: Palpitation. Epigastric pain. Vomiting. Fever due to Yin deficiency. Pain in the heel. Clinical applications: Calming effect on the heart and mind. Pacify the stomach. Mental diseases – combination with Shenmen (HT07), Renzhong (GV26) and Baihui (GV20). Heart diseases – combination with Neiguan (PC06) and Xinshu (BL15). Moxibustion is applicable.
Indications: Palpitation.Angina pectoris.Hypochondriac pain.Epigastric pain.Vomiting.Coma.Morning sickness.Insomnia.Dizziness.Vertigo. Clicinal applications: Releasing angina pectoris – combination with Xinshu (BL15) and Jueyinshu (BL14). Releasing palpitation – combination with Xinshu (BL15) and Jueyinshu (BL14). Coma – combination with Renzhong (GV26), Baihui (GV20) and Zusanli (ST36). Shock – combination with Renzhong (GV26), Baihui (GV20) and Zusanli (ST36). Disorders involving both gastric …
Indications: Angina pectoris. Palpitation. Vomiting. Phrenospasm. Hysteria. Hypertension. Epilepsy. Infantile Convulsions. Clicinal applications: Effect of tranquilizing the heart and mind. Activate qi and blood circulation. Pacify the stomach. Dispel phelgm. Moxibustion is applicable.