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by specific condition
how it's done
observation
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questioning
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chinese medicine
causes of disharmony
the meridian system
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zangfu organs
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Conditions or Symptoms and Chinese Medicine

In any form of healing, it is accepted that many symptoms can be indicators of a great many diseases. In the area below, you will find a list of conditions and symptoms, described using western terminology. Clicking on the link will then take you to an overview of that ailment and/or the symptoms thereof. The description will be followed by a list of products which are used to treat the illness.

A
acid reflux disorder adrenal exhaustion
allergies amenhorrea
anaemia anxiety
arthritis  
B  
back pain belching
bloating bronchitis
C  
candida (thrush) childbirth (recovery post)
chronic fatigue syndrome circulation (poor)
common cold constipation
cough
D  
degenerative joint disease depression
diarrhea dizziness
dysmenorrhea
E  
endometriosis
F  
fatigue flatulence
H  
hayfever headaches
heartburn hepatitis
hot flashes high blood pressure
high cholesterol hyperthyroidism
I  
immune deficiency impotence
indigestion infertility
influenza insomnia
J

joint pain

 

L

leukopenia

 

M  
Menstrual Issues:  
advanced menstruation amenhorrea
dysmenhorrea late menstruation
menopause pre menstrual syndrome
R  
rhinitis  
S  
sinusitis sore throat
stress  
T  
tonsillitis  
W  
weight loss  

 

Wherever possible, we have tried to incorporate the Chinese diagnosis for the Western medical term, however as a holistic form of healing, conditions and symptoms cannot simply be identifed by a word. The health (and many other factors including diet, lifestyle, exercise, etc.) of the entire person must be taken into consideration prior to making a diagnosis.

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