Chineese medicine


Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is the Old Art of Healing known in the world for 3 thousand years. It is one of the many systems based on functioning in harmony with nature. Traditional Chinese Medicine views man as a whole with his own microcosm.

In medically Chinese, phytotherapy and herbal medicine are an important element. It is based on the theory of Yin and Yang and the Five Elements. Each herb has its own energy potential, taste, belonging to the functional circuits and direction of action. The therapist makes a diagnosis on the basis of an individual interview with the patient and helps to understand what information his body sends. It reaches the source and prevents it. Herbal mixtures are carefully selected individually for each patient.

Cupping therapy is a drug. This is the simplest and cheapest treatment. They have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, strengthen and detoxify. They help to fight colds, treat bronchitis, pneumonia and diseases of the upper respiratory tract. They improve blood circulation, relieve tension and stress, reduce wrinkles and mobilize the immune system to fight infection. They even allow you to avoid antibiotics and have a beneficial effect on the entire body. You can put the bubbles even on a one-year-old child. They are also used in sports massages as often the only effective stimulus for the athlete’s trained muscles.

Moxa therapy is used in the states of Cold Moisture or Cold penetration. Symptoms of epigastric and lower abdominal pain, diarrhea, dysentery. It moves the stagnation of Qi and blood. It prevents disease and keeps you healthy. It is used in healthy people to activate Qi, strengthen the immune system, and aid in regeneration.