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In Traditional Chinese Medicine, pregnancy, childbirth, and postnatal recovery are viewed as a window of opportunity to enhance the woman’s wellbeing.
Acupuncture is widely known throughout the world to be especially useful in treating various kinds of pain and is an effective alternative to many prescription medications without the side effects.
The seven basic emotions related to organ function are anger, joy, worry, pensiveness, sadness, fear, and shock (fright). Although the mind/body connection has been acknowledged only relatively recently in Western medicine, the interaction of emotions with the physical body is an essential aspect of traditional Chinese medicine.
One component of Traditional Chinese Medicine is known as Chinese Medicine Cosmetology, or Mei Rong. Originally devised as an anti-aging system for members of the Emperor’s court, it draws upon acupuncture techniques and the application of Chinese herbs to keep skin looking young and flawless.