Herbs and nutrition

‘Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.’
Lao Zi

 

Herbs

Chinese herbs work at an organic level and are especially effective in treating so-called ’emptiness syndromes’ such as fatigue and chronic complaints. Chinese herbal formulas have been used for medical purposes for thousands of years. The first Chinese Materia Medica Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing dates from the first century BC. Since then, numerous doctors have dedicated their lives to the development of herbal formulas. To this day, millions of people use Chinese herbs for numerous ailments.

We order our herbs from Root Herbs (www.rootherbs.nl) or the Natuurapotheek (www.natuurapotheek.com). Payment for these herbs can be made directly to them via bank transfer The Chinese herbs are largely of vegetable origin. The herbs we prescribe, are in pellet or granular form, the latter of which can be prepared as tea. We only use high quality herbs, guaranteed to be free of heavy metals, pesticides or prohibited species of animals and plants.

 

Nutrition

The Chinese dietetics emphasizes the relationship between man, seasons, temperature and taste. Thus, ginger is hot and good if you easily feel cold, especially in winter. Melon is cold and comes in handy if you feel hot easily, especially in summer. Your health benefits from eating seasonal foods that fit your constitution.

Acupuncture clinic Ping Shu Yuan is based in The Hague, Den Haag near Rijswijk, Voorburg, Pijnacker, Nootdorp, Leidschendam, Leiden, Monster, Gouda and Woerden. Our focus: Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, meridians, Qi Gong, Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness, Cupping, Moxa, Diet, Coaching, Lifestyle, Back pain, immunity, vitality, frozen shoulder, rheumatism, tennis elbow, golf elbow, artritis, menopause, autoimmune diseases, IBS, hay fever, Allergies, constipation, hypertension, cholesterol, out of balance, bladder infection, emotions and candida.