Our Modernized Natural herbal formulas manage / heal many symptoms with complex roots born out of life styles of modern culture.
*These formulas have been developed out of real clinical experiences with patients in the internist's medical clinic practicing herbal medicine.
*All the formulas integrate both traditional and biomedical perspectives thoughtfully, and have proven very effective in concert with biomedical treatments, or even in many difficult cases where drugs do not produce optimal responses.
The formulas are organized by the symptom categories. For each symptom, there are multiple formulas one has to choose from. Please follow the algorithm to properly choose the best formula. If one has more than one major symptoms, one can combine the formulas from each category.
Why herbal Formulas? instead of single herbal extracts or 500mg of coenzyme Q or 5 tablets of 5 similar antioxidants? Natural healing medicine is all about restoring the homeostasis and wholesomeness to an organism. Any X symptom is a warning, self protective signal to the organism of 1) malfunctions in the formation of bioenergies, 2) interuptions in the proper flow of bioenergies in organ systems and meridians by 3) excess pathogenetic factors. To cure an X symptom, natural therapy must address all the pathogenetic mechanisms behind X symptom, and eliminate the pathogenic factors, produce proper amount of bioenergies, and ensure their proper flow in appropriate organs and channels.
One natural herb or one biochemical or a simple collection of biochemically similar molecules cannot address all the pathogenetic mechanisms or disorders causing an X symptom. Antioxidants should be taken in cautious amounts as a general health measure to help slow down the degenerative and inflammatory processes, but not to heal complex symptoms with hidden roots ( chronic dizziness, headaches, dry mouth, cough, indigestion, diarrhea, abnormal sweatings, etc. all involve malfunctions in the interplay of numerous neurohormonal systems with so many feed back loops involving possibly millions of chemical reactions ). Each natural herb contain wonderful ingredients including antioxidants ( there are about 500 different eastern herbs routinely used in numerous formulas, and many of them have amazing, therapeutic powers by western medical researches done in China, Korea, and Japan; for example, a single herb called Sheng di huang ( Rehmannia ) has antiinflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiallergic, antihistaminic, antipyretic, antineoplastic, as well as adrenal tonic, nervine, sialogue, and neuroprotective actions by numerous medical researches ). Sheng di huang has more than 30 different iridoids including aucubin with anticancer effects, in addition to more than 20 organic acids, 20 amino acids, sugars, and others including beta-sitosterol. Phytochemists have rudimentary knowledge of how each chemical constituents of a herb work synergistically to produce many biological effects. The phytochemicals whose effects are well known, usually in vitro studies and not clinical studies, are the ones whose effects are biochemically defined, confined in scope, and measurable, but not studied well in human subjects. Therefore, even though Sheng di huang has numerous actions by medical researches, she cannot be used alone to treat any of the many common ill symptoms caused by chaos of homeostasis. Multiple different herbs with different functions must be coordinated to rebalance one's disordered systems.
There are pitfalls in using only a single herbal extract ( or a concentrated chemical thought to be the " active constituent " of a herb).
For example, using " 98 % icariin " from Horny Goat Weed ( Epimedium or Yin yang huo) for impotence may result in better erections due to increased blood flows to the muscles. However, eastern herbal medicine, based on thousands of years of clinical experiences, stresses that impotence has mutiple pathogenetic mechanisms involving multiple organ systems, and proper treatment requires the accurate syndrome differentiation. She never uses epimedium alone, let alone " an extract called icariin ", but incorporates the herb with other herbs with different functions in a herbal formula. Using epimedium alone protractedly will stimulate " kidney Yang" only, and eventually cause imbalances of yin and yang and may cause dry mouth, thirst, hot body, vomitting, dizziness, headache, constipation, etc and even worsening of impotence in the long run. If one ever dissolves the " chemical extract" from a herb in hot water and tries to drink it, immediately one is repulsed by the unhealthy and unpleasant smell and taste of it in contrast to the natural smell and taste of herbal powders. In truist sense chemical extracts taken out of the wholesome matrix of herbs are not natural remedies, and our bodies instinctively can sense this. No body knows the long term safety issues with a chemical extract from a herb or overusage of antioxidants.
Even Herbs tested by medical research such as " adaptogenic " astralgus, or ginseng, etc. will lead to imbalances in bioenergy, if used a long term singularly, and may cause " heat build up " and dry mouth, headache, dizziness, etc. Seemingly innocuous Ginger is contraindicated in cough due to bronchitis with dark sputum. Astralgus, ginseng, and ginger are all warm herbs producing heat. When taken by individuals with much heat inside already, "overheating " effects may result in symptoms. Restoring the balances of bioenergies are the only healing natural remedies.
Physician's natural herbal formulas, using the language of eastern herbal medicine, eliminate the pathogenetic factors by proper means and routes, tonify the deficient energy flows, strategically open up the blocked energy flows in neurohormonal and vascular networks of organ systems, and restore homeostasis and well being.
Graduated Brown University, Magna cum laude, B.A. in biology
M.D. at Northwestern University
Finished Residency in anatomic and clinical pathology at Cedars Sinai Medical center in L.A.
Finished Residency in internal medicine at White Memorial medical center in L.A.
Finished Oriental medicine degree at Samra oriental university in L.A.
In practice of Integrative Medicine in internal medicine and herbal medicine since 1995. Patient visits over 110,000.
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Adult Dose: 6 capsules 2 times daily for chronic conditions, and 6 capsules 3 times daily for acute conditions. For powders, 1 to 1.5 tablespoons in 12 oz hot water twice daily. One can increase the dose usually up to 2X, if the symptoms are severe.
Our herbal products have been tested vigorously for any impurities, pesticides, and heavy metals, and are of the finest herbal pharmaceutical grade in the world. Sheng Chang Pharmaceutical Co., in Taiwan
*Top Grade, Meets the highest level of Pharmaceutical GMP
All the herbal products have not been evaluated by FDA. Herbal products are not intended to treat any disease.