Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine are natural therapies many thousand of years old. Acupuncture is a complex intervention that may vary for different patients with similar chief complaints. The number and length of treatments and the specific points used may vary among individuals and during the course of treatment. It is a method of encouraging the body to promote natural healing and to improve functioning. It is the insertion of very fine needles, sometimes in conjunction with electrical stimulus, at the precise acupuncture points in the body, in order to influence physiological functioning of the body. It has remarkable effective especially for many diseases that are resistant to conventional forms of therapy. Besides being minimum in bad side effects it has bonus side effect (i.e. strengthening other organs and improving Qi), it is also safe.
Acupuncture can also used in conjunction with heat produced by burning specific herbs, this is called Moxibustion. In addition, a Non-invasive method of massage therapy, called Acupressure (is the pressing of acupoints), can also be effective. Cupping is another type or treatment. It is a method of stimulating Acupuncture points by applying suction through a glass jar, wood or metal, in which a partial vacuum has been created. This technique produces blood congestion at the site, and therefore stimulates it.
Herbal Medicine is the substantial counterpart to the energetic medicine of acupuncture.
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The traditional definition of Qi(ENERGY) is the vital energy of any living organism and source of all movement and change in the universe. There are five main functions of Qi and defined as:
(I) Impulsion - which is the growth and development of the body.
(II) Warming-maintaining the appropriate body heat.
(III)Defending the body against stress and pathogens.
(IV) Controlling the blood and bodily fluids within the body.
(V) Metabolizing Qi, blood and bodily fluids.
Chinese explain acupuncture as Qi(or energy traveling) through channels in the body. There are called meridians like rivers that run through the body and restrict the flow in other parts. An obstruction or blockage or deficiencies of energy (Qi), blood and moisture would lead to dysfunction and ultimately disease and death.
Qigong is a health-oriented art involving body movement, one that can help prevent and Treatment illness and otherwise make life more pleasant. The exercises themselves are mostly slow and gentile thus suitable for people of widely varying age and health. The old and the sick may find Qigong particular. It is suitable for their needs.