Posted April 15, 2008 by Acupuncture & Massage College & filed under Herbs & Medicine

Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils, the volatile portion of aromatic plant products. Essential oils are aromatic essences generally distilled from the bark, roots, flowers, stems, leaves, or other plant elements. The aroma and chemical composition of essential oils can produce therapeutic and medical benefits through inhalation and absorption through the skin. … Read More

Homeopathic Treatment For Ear Infections

Posted March 06, 2008 by Acupuncture & Massage College & filed under Herbs & Medicine

Homeopathic treatment for ear infections is a natural alternative to antibiotic treatment. Homeopathic treatment for ear infections effectively treats bacterial, viral and fungal infections of the ear. Homeopathic treatment for ear infections also reduces inflammation and boosts immune system functioning. Homeopathic treatment for ear infections can effectively prevent infection recurrence, thereby guarding against hearing impairment caused by chronic ear infections. … Read More

Homeopathic Treatment For Heartburn

Posted March 03, 2008 by Acupuncture & Massage College & filed under Herbs & Medicine

Homeopathic treatment for heartburn offers a safer alternative than allopathic medication in the treatment of heartburn. Homeopathic treatment for heartburn is based on the principle of “like cures like.” Homeopathic treatment for heartburn consists of remedies which are dilutions of natural substances from minerals and plants that are selected to specifically match an individual’s symptom pattern. For individuals who are unable to manage heartburn with lifestyle and dietary modifications, homeopathic treatment for heartburn may aid in curing this condition. … Read More

All-Natural Chinese Anti-Cancer Herbs Being Tested

Posted February 27, 2008 by Acupuncture & Massage College & filed under Herbs & Medicine

A group of German scientists launched a study of 76 Chinese medicinal plants believed to be effective anti-cancer agents, said Chinese Medicine News. … Read More

Homeopathic Pain Management

Posted November 21, 2007 by Acupuncture & Massage College & filed under Herbs & Medicine

Homeopathic pain management may minimize pain, reduce stress and improve well-being. Homeopathic pain management is a system of medicine based on the premise that tiny quantities of certain substances can stimulate the body to heal itself. Homeopathic pain management substances are greatly diluted, which in larger doses would produce similar symptoms of the illness afflicting the individual. These diluted substances, utilized in homeopathic pain management remedies, stimulate the body to provide a healing response. The healing response produced by homeopathic pain management remedies then acts to reduce condition symptoms. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and other conventional pain management medications often have side effects such as low immune function and ulcers, which can be avoided by using homeopathic pain management remedies. Homeopathic pain management remedies must match the exact symptom set to be effective. Both acute and chronic pain syndromes can be treated with homeopathic pain management. Composed of nontoxic, natural plant, mineral and animal substances, homeopathic pain management enhances the body’s self-regulatory processes and is an increasingly used complementary therapy. Homeopathic pain management reduces inflammation and facilitates healing. Regulated since 1938 by the FDA, homeopathic pain management remedies are proven to be safe to treat a wide range of conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, atopic dermatitis, allergies, and minor injuries such as cuts, muscle strains and sprains. Homeopathic pain management can combat the loss of energy due to the lack of rest or sleep and reduce the increased stress levels that accompany common pain syndromes. Homeopathic pain management remedies not only offer relief from temporary pain disorders but can enhance long term healing. Homeopathic pain management remedies also reestablish normal immune system functioning and stimulate the body’s natural defense system. Homeopathic pain management remedies can effectively treat many pain syndromes, including tissue inflammation, physical injury and nerve pain. Acupuncture & Massage College prepares graduates for careers as acupuncture physicians and massage therapists. For program information call Joe Calareso at (305) 595-9500. For acupuncture and homeopathic therapy, request Dr. Richard Browne, Acupuncture Physician and Homeopath. … Read More

Oriental Medicine For Hypertension

Posted September 13, 2007 by Acupuncture & Massage College & filed under Herbs & Medicine

Over 50 million Americans have hypertension, blood pressure measuring above the normal range. Nearly one-third of individuals are not aware they have it. High blood pressure can develop without noticeable symptoms over several years. Only when blood pressure is severe do warning signs such as irregular heart beat, nose bleeds, dizziness, and headaches appear. If untreated, hypertension can lead to strokes, heart and kidney disease. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is used clinically for the treatment of high blood pressure and related circulatory conditions. Based on TCM theory, high blood pressure and related symptoms are regarded as manifestations of an underlying health condition. Treatment aims to not only alleviate symptoms but also to treat the root cause. TCM offers a prevention-oriented, holistic approach for the treatment of hypertension which determines the imbalance of the entire body system. Hypertensive imbalance is due to the improper function of the digestive system, kidneys, liver, and heart. According to TCM, blood circulation is a result of qi flow through the body rather than blood pressure. As the liver controls the blood in TCM, circulation health conditions typically arise from a disharmony in the liver. Medical studies suggest that high blood pressure results from the feedback regulation that takes place when blood supplies to some organs, such as the heart, brain and kidneys, are imbalanced. This regulation is a compensatory body reaction which results in a hypertensive state. The proper treatment of hypertension is to return blood supply of the heart, brain and kidneys to normal. TCM lowers blood pressure by regulating the entire body. TCM treatment methods, such as acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, are natural, safe therapies with little side effects, especially suited for hypertensive patients who have kidney or liver complications. When treated with TCM modalities, patients experience a gradual lowering of blood pressure. Acupuncture treats elevated blood pressure by regulation of the whole body, including the nervous and endocrine systems. Acupuncture & Massage College’s Masters of Oriental Medicine and Massage Therapy programs prepare graduates for careers as acupuncture physicans and massage therapists. For program information call Joe Calareso at (305) 595-9500 or for treatment contact Dr. Richard Browne at 305.595.9500 … Read More

Chinese Herbal Medicine May Improve Angina Symptoms

Posted September 07, 2007 by Acupuncture & Massage College & filed under Herbs & Medicine

Tongxinluo, an herbal medicine used to treat cardiovascular diseases in China may improve angina symptoms when integrated with conventional treatment, according to a new systematic review in the October 18 issue of The Cochrane Library. Tongxinluo, composed of eight herbs and insects in capsule form, was found in several of the review studies to reduce the frequency of unstable angina symptoms, such as irregular chest pain, and improve angina patients’ electrocardiogram (ECG) results. … Read More

Chinese Herbs Can Help Manage Eczema

Posted August 10, 2007 by Acupuncture & Massage College & filed under Herbs & Medicine

Eczema is an itchy, red rash that varies in size from a small patch of affected dry skin to larger portions of the body. Originating at any age and capable of persisting into adulthood, eczema is one of the most chronic skin conditions. … Read More

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