Chinese Remedies Using Oolong Tea

Chinese Tea

Oolong Tea :

One of the most popular  Chinese teas in the West is  Oolong  Tea, And for good reason it offers a beautiful diverse range of tea’s from very light flavored teas Tie guan yin to deep dark rich flavored like Da Hong Pao,  Oolong Tea has proven popular for centuries in China and surrounding countries including Tibet and Taiwan, the health benefits of Oolong tea are numerous and well documented a well as the flavours diverse and highly developed, if I had to choose to drink only style of tea it would be Oolong with out question.

It is  quite  recent that  Oolong tea has become known in the West, though we are fast becoming aware of the myriad of the health benefits from drinking Oolong as well as the many other varieties of Chinese Tea.

Like several types of  Chinese tea;  Oolong Tea is  known to help alleviate various health issues including  persistent skin problems, Oolong tea is also proving popular and effective as a Chinese Weight Loss Tea and general health tonic,

In China;  Chinese Tea in its many forms is seen as an integral part of Chinese Medicine and for centuries Tea has played an important part in the lives of every Chinese Adult…In China inviting someone to “Drink Tea” is a polite way of organizing an informal meeting to discuss important or not so important issues. Tea can provide the neutral ground to sort out serious problems, or just a great excuse to stop work and enjoy the company of  friends.

Tea is the traditional drink offered at every meal in China — not solely because of teas long history within China or teas pleasant taste,  but also Chinese tea is well known as  metabolism conditioner and Oolong has become popular as a  Weight Loss Tea, drinking tea with your meals will aid in digestion of rich or fatty foods, by speeding up your metabolism;

This ability of the many types of Chinese Tea including Oolong tea to increase your metabolism and aid in the processing of fatty foods has  lead to Chinese tea being named a Weight Loss Tea by many in the West.

Though for you to gain any dieting benefit from Chinese Tea you should first review your eating and exercise habits in tandem as well as  introducing Oolong tea into your daily diet, These adjustments to your diet and exercise are the key to gaining health or weight loss benefits from Oolong Tea,  rather than blindly viewing,  Chinese Tea as a miracle cure from ancient China ? Chinese Tea should be viewed as just a small part of a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Improved health is only one of the primary justifications behind the consumption of Oolong green tea, While most Chinese would consider drinking tea a social occasion – a basic tradition.

In the West our main motivation is to enjoy the health benefits of Oolong tea. Additionally, Chinese tea is prepared and used in multiple ways. This article will review a couple of these Chinese remedies.

Oolong Tea :

One of the situations that calls for the use of Oolong tea as a natural remedy is to control or prevent a persistent  acne condition.

Acne is at the forefront of skin issues today on all corners of the globe, and there is an increasing desire to move away from harsh chemical acne cures and where ever possible use a more natural holistic approach  to cure your acne problem.

Oolong green tea is an excellent natural treatment that offers credible results for someone who has acne issues.

Acne Treatment Using Oolong Tea, Skin Care :

Oolong tea contains astringent properties. By infusing the tea as you normally would and washing it over your face thoroughly, this eliminates and kills off many of the toxins and bacterial areas that induce acne.

You would also be wise to  also drink oolong green tea on a daily basis to cultivate this effect long term. Oolong tea,  thanks to its minimal processing once picked, ensures Oolong tea is extraordinarily rich in antioxidants  these  antioxidants target free radicals in the bloodstream which makes Chinese Tea an excellent preventative medicine, as well as preventing acne Oolong tea can also be used to help remedy skin issues like… dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis and other persistent skin problems.

Many people  swear by Oolong green tea’s ability to cure lifelong skin conditions that all matters of prescribed medications could not.

Oolong Tea And Polyphenols :

Polyphenols have two functions…

1) encourages the activity of enzymes.

2) removes free radicals.

Free radicals, are a bi-product of our environmental conditions, when combined in your body they accelerate the aging of your skin, without effective control – in the form of introducing polyphenols, unsightly skin damage will occur, normally showing in the form of dark spots and premature wrinkles.

Free Radicals Damage Your Skin :

What is the source of Free Radicals ?…

1) exposure to sunlight.

2) cigarette smoke.

3) excessive exercise.

4) stress.

5) food additives.

Science has confirmed the effectiveness of the polyphenols in Oolong tea.

Oolong Tea, Weight Loss.

As we mentioned previously Oolong tea can also aid in Chinese Weight Loss. Many people today are becoming  increasingly wary of all the latest weight loss fads. This is due in part to the fact that most of these “weight loss cures” turn out to be worthless or in many cases are more damaging to the body than helpful.

Oolong Tea…  is not a wonder drug or miracle cure,  it will not have you dropping twenty pounds in two weeks… but this pleasant tasting Chinese tea will definitely lend a solid contribution to the elimination of heavy metals and toxins from your body, improving your overall health, It is proven to be an excellent skin cleanser, while at the same time aid in controlling your weight by speeding up your metabolism and naturally  burning off unwanted fat cells.

Chinese Remedies Using Moxibustion

Traditional Chinese Medicine

What is “moxibustion” . if Chinese medicine is new to you, it is unlikely that you have heard the term, much less understand what it means.

The idea of using moxibustion therapy may confuse you even  more.

This article will delve into the concept of moxibustion therapy and help you to acquire a basic understanding of what it is and how it works and why you would use it.

To start off, what exactly does the word moxibustion mean? Moxibustion itself denotes the use of something called moxa wool, which serves as a cautery agent on the skin by igniting it. Now we will take things a step further here.

What is moxibustion therapy, and what kind of situations is it generally used for.

Moxibustion Therapy

Moxibustion therapy is a therapeutic approach that is considered to fall under the category of holistic treatments. Moxibustion therapy involves the direct application of heat to various points of the body that are in need of remedial attention.

The source of this external heat comes out of the moxa wool when the practitioner rolls it out and around on the patient’s skin surface.

Chinese method is used in conjunction to ancient scientific practices that have been used for thousands of years in the diagnosis and treatment of illness. In the process of rolling out this moxa, the heat that is generated will cause the body to react in such a way that it inhibits or eliminates the presence of disease.

Using Moxibustion therapy on a regular basis over an extended period of time has been proven to truly make a difference in the health of many patients.

Moxibustion Acupuncture

Moxibustion acupuncture is an extended form of basic acupuncture that utilizes what is primarily referred to as Yang energy (the core masculine property, aka “Heat”).

The process of moxibustion therapy is intentionally used to treat and cure common colds.

This form of holistic treatment is not recommended to those who have been diagnosed with a prominent presence of Heat in the body. Moxibustion therapy has always been considered to be a completely safe form of treatment over the centuries.

There are many uses for acupuncture including acupuncture for weight loss or acupuncture to quit smoking.

Acupuncture For Weight Loss

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese healing practice that has growing acceptance in the Western World it has been used for centuries in China for healing a variety of physical ailments – including weight loss.

The Western Perspective :

When using acupuncture treatment for weight loss – specific acupuncture points on your body and ear are selected, the process of acupuncture releases endorphins that help to deal with stress or anxiety that can with some people can lead to overeating.

The endorphins released also affect the digestive and hormonal systems in many people,  it can help balance your metabolism – if it is running to slow

One person’s acupuncture treatment experience is always going to be distinctive from another it is not a guaranteed treatment for loosing weight but it is an option to try if you are comfortable with acupuncture

Acupuncture :

In the past Chinese relied on the ancient art of  acupuncture  as one method to balance body and soul and this remains true in modern times.

Things have changed since its beginnings in Traditional Chinese Medicine, – Chinese Medicine now has many parts all equally important but acupuncture still remains true to its original intent at its center.

Acupuncture today is commonly turned to as a  weight loss treatment or more importantly it is used to balance your systems so they work efficiently which in turn helps you to maintain a healthy weight. Acupuncture for weight loss is just one path to natural weight loss the beauty of it is it requires no medication or appetite suppressing drugs.

Understanding the reasons and patterns behind one’s eating patterns will be the first point of focus for initial consultations with the practitioner. The practitioner will examine various energy points of the body to discern where the problem areas are.

Main energy centers of the body that are usually examined include the thyroid, the stomach, the kidneys, the lungs, the mouth, the spleen and the endocrine. Once the problem centers have been determined by the practitioner, then the needle points can be decided on for treatment. These areas of the body will serve as the general focus for acupuncture weight loss therapy.

Natural Weight Loss :

An acupuncture for weight loss session lasts anywhere from half an hour to forty-five minutes. Using acupuncture is one path to natural weight loss as well as improve your general health, more people have been turning to the modern version of this ancient practice for healing and recovering the natural balance that we all need to stay healthy and prevent disease,

Acupuncture for weight loss is often used in combination with food therapy and Chinese weight loss herbs giving a more complete weight loss program.

Chinese Tea A Natural Cure Or Herbal Tonic

Chinese Tea

7 Flavors Of Chinese Tea.

Chinese tea has been a long time brewing… its many flavors  enjoyed throughout China for centuries.

First discovered by the Chinese around 2737 BC.  Chinese teas have enjoyed a long celebrated history – revered by millions world wide for its medicinal properties and distinctive varied flavors.

The full value of Chinese tea as  natural cures is gradually being revealed to the West – via credible scientific research.

Chinese tea in its many forms is much more than a herbal tonic.

Location, soil type, climate, altitude all play a part in creating different properties in Chinese green tea ensuring unique varied flavors, very much like fine wines.

Spring and Autumn are the two main picking seasons for quality teas, the optimum weather conditions are long periods of warm but cloudy days to gain the full flavor expected from premium tea.

Long periods of rain during picking time results in poor quality tea lacking in character; producing tea without the distinct flavors  and aromas  ardent Chinese tea drinkers look  for and expect.

This ancient herbal medicine once picked goes through minimal processing ensuring the naturally high levels of antioxidant’s and nutrients remain in the tea and are carried through to your tea pot.

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Chinese green tea when taken with meals increases your metabolism aiding weight loss, though it needs to be combined with a healthy diet and moderate exercise for you to gain the full benefit from this Chinese slimming tea.
Health benefit’s of  Chinese tea…

  • helps prevent cancer
  • reduces the risk of heart disease
  • helps control cholesterol
  • slimming tea
  • antioxidant
  • high in nutrients
  • boosts the immune system
  • lowers blood pressure
  • prevents tooth decay
  • high in vitamin C

Pu Erh or Medicinal Tea :

In China the health benefits of  Pu erh Tea are well known and accepted,  but these health benefits are yet to be fully researched in the West. Pu Erh tea is building a reputation as a Chinese slimming tea it is often used to ensure your metabolism functions correctly and to balance your body’s systems.

Wild  Pu Erh tea trees have been known to grow to 32 meters and survive more than 1,700  years, becoming a National Treasure. The hand picked tea from these wild organic trees is highly sought after by  Tea collectors or investors.

Often described as having the flavor of wood or as some people unkindly say the flavor of dirt, but to most educated tea drinkers Pu erh is the aristocrat of all Chinese teas, many good Pu erh teas are between 10 and 20 years old and in some cases 60 years old and highly sought after.

The dark black color of 60 year old tea is a little daunting but the flavor is amazing as we found on a recent trip to Fujian Province, and I was well aware we were drinking a piece of history.

This link leads to an excellent article about the ancient Chinese Tea routes known as the Tea – Horse  Road.

Oolong Tea :

Oolong or Wu Long tea is known for intense flowery flavors and if taken at a rate of 4-10 cups per day it will increase your energy levels and boost vitality. Oolong tea aids digestion and when added to a well balanced diet this popular Chinese slimming tea offers you safe natural weight loss benefits.

Baozhong Tea :

Baozhong tea originated in Fujian Provence in China but is also grown with success in Taiwan. Baozhong is steamed soon after picking giving it a refreshing taste with the added health benefits of green tea and the metabolic virtues of Oolong tea.

White and Yellow Tea :

Steamed soon after picking, though left largely in its natural state and is high in antioxidant’s. Studies of white tea have shown it to be five times more effective than green tea in combating cancer. It is believed to be the caffeine and micro-nutrients in white tea that make it such a potent antioxidant.

Herbal Tea :

Ti sanes or herbal teas are caffeine free and made from infusions of several different types of medicinal herbs, These Chinese Remedies are normally prepared by a qualified  Acupuncturist or Herbalist to suit your  symptoms and individual needs. Chinese Herbal Tea used in traditional Chinese remedies are highly valued for their healing properties.

Black Tea :

Black tea accounts for 80% of the worlds tea consumption. Highly processed it has the highest levels of caffeine and the least amount of antioxidant’s out of all the teas listed here, Not normally considered a tea for natural cures,  but black tea  still has medicinal properties.

Black tea is proven to reduce the risk of strokes.

Today the brewing of Chinese tea in the West is quickly gaining  popularity, both for its varied clean flavors and as a Chinese slimming tea or natural cure. The many positive health benefits from Chinese tea remedies are being confirmed by on going scientific research both in China and the West.

 

Herbal Sleep Remedies

Herbal TeaHerbal Sleep Remedies :

There are so many varieties of commercial sleep aids available on the market that it will keep you awake just trying to decide… Which one is safe and which one works the best?

Over the counter pills and the pills prescribed by your physician are bountiful in nature, and many of them do work to varying degrees, though they also have various  side effects.

However, there a number of proven  herbal sleep remedies that are not only just as effective, if not more so, they come with little or no side effects at all.

In many cases, a lack of sleep is caused by external issues that affect our lives.

Added stress to our daily lives breaks down our bodies’ ability to recuperate quickly, and this can disrupt normal sleep patterns.

Our bodies need quality sleep in order to stay fit and healthy

Using herbal sleep remedies will help you to restore your body’s energy levels.

Chamomile Tea :

One of the common herbal sleep remedies is chamomile tea.

Chamomile tea has specific herbs that help in treating insomnia, and also works to soothe and calm your body before going to bed.

Milk :

Another of the more simple home remedies for insomnia is a glass of warm milk and honey. Warm milk has been promoted as a sleep aid for so long it is almost a cliche but it still works…

This is a method that has been used for centuries and has proven effective in inducing sleep for many people.

Lavender :

Another of the herbal sleep remedies that has been proven effective is lavender.

Lavender is quite often used as an herb that has properties similar to an anti-depressant as lavender works to calm our body’s central nervous system.

Mixing lavender with mint tea is an effective drink to take before going to sleep.

Lemon Balm Tea :

Another of the herbal sleep remedies that has shown great success in curing insomnia is lemon balm tea.

Lemon balm is actually a stimulant.

While the word stimulate indicates that it works more to energize rather than calm you down, in the case of lemon balm it acts to stimulate nerve endings which work to relax your body, and produce a long period of sleep.

These herbal sleep remedies are easy to make at home you could perhaps grow your own Chamomile or Lavender flowers to ensure you have fresh organic ingredients.

And of course all of these  herbal sleep remedies mentioned have no side effects at all, making them much safer alternatives for the more conventional pharmaceutical based sleep aids.

Herbal Skin Care Solutions

Traditional Chinese RemediesHerbal Skin Care :

The methods employed by conventional treatments to restore aging skin is a profitable business for surgeons and pharmaceutical companies.

However, many of the treatment programs come with side effects, and in some cases do  more harm than good.

However there are a number of home remedies offering natural herbal skin care solutions that are much safer and are gentle on your skin and bank balance

It’s important to be aware of the commercial “natural” herbal skin care products that are offered on the open marketplace.
While many herbal skin care products may be advertised as herbal, they may just smell like they are herbal in nature, as some of the products will just use a hint of oils to make it “smell” more effective.

Making your own  home remedies from locally sourced herbs, essential oils and plants easily grown in your own garden (Aloe Vera) is a great way to ensure the quality of the product.

Herbal skin care solutions that include the use of lavender and rosemary oils are highly effective in restoring overall skin health.

These products can be used in facial scrubs before going to bed.

When mixed with:

  • dried rose petals
  • sea salt
  • aloe Vera juice

they can be ground in a food processor to produce a scrub that can be applied to your skin.

The scrub can be applied as paste and left on the skin for several minutes. After a few minutes, simply rinse off with warm water.

Lemon juice is also a proven herbal skin care remedy – Lemon juice can be mixed with milk, and gently massaged into your face and body.

Lemon juice in rich in Vitamin C, which is a natural nutrient designed to restore moisture and increase skin elasticity.

When combined with milk, it also acts as a natural “bleach” for your skin, washing away harmful skin bacteria.

Using Aloe Vera as an herbal skin care solution is one of the most common and effective skin treatment options used. Aloe Vera has natural restorative qualities that provide deep skin moisturizing.

Aloe Vera is a plant that can be easily grown  at home, and can be sliced to produce the gel inside that is used for application to your skin.

All of these herbal skin care solutions are easy to make and apply when used in conjunction with a balanced diet that includes fresh fruit and vegetables as well as quality sleep, relaxation and exercise, will ensure that your  skin looks natural and healthy without the need for expensive skin care products.

Chinese Medicinal Herbs To Promote Good Health

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicinal Herbs :

Chinese medicinal herbs have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for  centuries  providing effective treatment for a multitude of  medical conditions.

Though western Doctors continue to look upon Chinese herbs as alternative  medicine – many of today’s  Modern Western Treatments are based on  Chinese medicinal herbs.

China  employed the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine as part of the national health-care system in the 1950s.

Traditional Chinese Medicine is partly based on the use of Chinese medicinal herbs which was developed by Chinese Herbalists over hundreds of years.

China being such a large land mass enjoys an impressive range of  medicinal herbs that grow in varying climates and regions with in the country.

Many of these herbs have been collected and utilized in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) – through the years their uses have been tested, documented and logged by both ancient and modern herbalists.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) still refer to these archives and proven ancient practices today in their modern day medical treatments.

Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the concept that the world ( and everything in it) is essentially created and nurtured using an energy called qi or sometimes called chi.

Qi translates to energy flow, sparked by natural qualities such as air and gas.  Chinese believe that the disruption or blockage of qi is what causes health problems, so Chinese medicinal herbs are one of the methods used to balance and Restore The Energy Flow.

Chi can be disrupted by :

  • poor diet
  • lack of sleep
  • bereavement
  • working to excess
  • stress
  • excess alcohol or drugs
  • extreme exercise
  • no exercise

A balanced lifestyle and healthy diet will help to maintain your internal energy or chi and ensuring good health.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is also based on the premise that each individual body is a universe all unto itself.

When our bodies internal balance is interrupted by external factors such as  listed above intervention is needed.

In Chinese medicine these conditions are described as having an excess of either… metal, wood, fire, earth and water,  resulting in an imbalance of your body’s systems.

Chinese medicinal herbs are often used in conjunction with Tui na and acupuncture or food cures to counteract the external factors and restore the body to a healthy balanced state.

Chinese medicinal herbs or a specific diet have long been considered to be the primary treatment for internal medical problems within China.

Herbs are used in combination to build the body’s defenses against external factors, and uses herbs from animal, mineral and marine sources to produce the desired effect.

While traditional Chinese medicinal herbs are still generally treated with suspicion by many Western physicians, Chinese Herbal Medicine is  widely practiced in a diverse range of countries, used by both traditional and modern medical specialists as a holistic alternative to conventional medical treatments.

Remedies That Contain Chinese Fertility Herbs

Chinese Fertility Herbs :

Fertility can best be referred to as a couple’s chances of becoming pregnant. The combination of a female’s viable eggs along with a man’s healthy sperm cells ensures a successful chance at pregnancy.

When fertility can’t be achieved, modern medicine offers many advanced treatment plans that can be invasive, expensive and lengthy.

The Chinese over the years have developed a number of fertility herbs that can be very useful in creating a baby, these Chinese Herbs  offer a much less expensive option as opposed to conventional fertility drugs.

There are many factors that play a key role in contributing to infertility issues.

Diet or excess weight combined with too little exercise as well your overall health play key roles.

In America alone, it is thought that one out of every six couples will have difficulty in conceiving a child.

Chinese fertility herbs address the root cause of infertility by restoring better overall health.

Infertility can be caused by several underlying issues that may be occurring within the female body, such as blockage of the fallopian tubes, endometriosis or ovulatory issues.

Chinese fertility herbs directly deal with such issues by restoring balance within the female’s reproductive system.

Some Chinese fertility herbs can be taken in the first half of a women’s menstrual cycle.

These herbs will help improve blood circulation and help in preparing the uterus for conception.

Since ovulation occurs in the middle of a women’s menstrual cycle, it’s vitally important that Chinese fertility herbs are only taken during the first 14 days of the cycle.

Kidney deficiency is seen by the Chinese as one of the root causes of infertility.

Several Chinese fertility herbs deal with restoring overall kidney function.

Fertility herbs such as Rehmmania and He Shu Wu – are extremely effective in fighting kidney deficiencies, and are also very effective in preventing miscarriages.

 

Chinese Home Remedies For Eczema

What Is Eczema:

What Is The Cause Of Eczema, The Western Medicine Perspective…

“Eczema” and “dermatitis” are two terms often used to describe the same skin condition, though the two types of dermatitis that are most often referred to as “eczema” are atopic dermatitis or allergic contact dermatitis.

Atopic dermatitis/eczema tends to become a chronic condition and is more difficult to treat. Eczema, also known as atopic eczema or atopic dermatitis, is an acute or chronic inflammatory skin condition that is characterized by a itching red rash .  The lesions when scratched become weepy and crusted.

The condition often begins in infancy and continues  into adulthood.

What Causes Eczema : The original cause of eczema is not clearly understood from a Western Medicine point of view.  In most cases eczema appears in infancy.  Though there has been no proof yet that eczema is inherited, young children are more susceptible to contracting eczema, the chance of you developing eczema  after the age of 20 is rare.

In many cases of eczema the itchy rash gets worse as a reaction to certain foods or environments such as milk, eggs, soybeans, fish and wheat.

You should try to avoid situations that cause other allergy symptoms, as these symptoms could trigger an eczema attack… such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, sore throat, symptoms like these can cause eczema to flare up… if possible avoid inhaling dust mites or pollen.

Known Eczema Causes :

  • Milk
  • Peanuts
  • Eggs
  • Soybeans
  • Soaps…they remove the natural oils from skin
  • Dust Mites
  • Wheat
  • Wool…blankets, clothing,
  • Pollen
  • Stress

Chinese herbs have long been used in home remedies for the treatment of many different skin infections and irritations. Chinese herbs work to attack the underlying cause and bring balance back to the skin.

Chinese home remedies for eczema have been proven to be a great alternative to more conventional methods.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it is accepted that Chi (pronounced “Chee” ) an essential internal energy that flows through our bodies … It is a proven fact that a well balanced Chi circulation is necessary for the correct function of all systems in your body.

The correct balance of Chi is essential for good health, poor Chi circulation causes disruption of various functions in the body leading to illness and disease.

Every organ has its own Chi and any illnesses with in each organ can be seen in terms of an imbalance of this Chi.  Diseases, of the skin, are complicated by the fact they involve the Chi of several organs. This is the case with eczema.

Traditional Chinese Medicine theory states that Eczema can develop pre-birth and during breast feeding due to the mothers diet choices. Eating  fatty, spicy, fried or sweet foods, or fish.

This causes a deficiency of her Spleen Chi. This imbalance of Spleen Chi is passed on to the baby. Foods are not processed into usable energy.  Instead, Dampness and Heat accumulate internally. Damp-Heat is an unhealthy condition which often leads to disease, disease that presents its self in your skin and causes eczema lesions.

Certain foods can cause this to happen more quickly…if the baby is feed too much dairy, spicy or sweet foods.

Traditional Chinese herbal medicine is based on the belief that the five elements, water, earth, metal, wood and fire all play a key part in the balance of yin and yang within the body.

In the case of eczema, an overheated blood flow can cause eczema, and outer dampness can creep into the skin as well, causing the skin to become dry, flaky and cracked.

Chinese University Of  Hong Kong

A recent study of 85 patients by the Chinese University Of  Hong Kong has shown positive results when using Chinese Remedies  in treating Etopic Dermatitis (eczema) as reported in the British Journal Of Dermatology.

The five Chinese Herbal Medicines used to treat eczema were :

  1. Japanese honeysuckle
  2. Peppermint
  3. Root bark of peony tree
  4. Underground stem of the herb atractylodes
  5. Amur cork-tree bark

To read more details follow this link  Home Remedies For Eczema

Other effective Chinese  home remedies for eczema include various Chinese natural herbs mixed into freeze-dried powders which can be applied directly to the skin. Symptoms such as redness, itching and inflammation can immediately be alleviated with such treatments.

These are best sought from a Chinese Doctor or Herbalist in your area after a consultation.

Dr. David Atherton of Great Ormond Street Hospital in England recently conducted a study involving Chinese home remedies for eczema, and discovered dramatic improvements in the skin’s appearance when such methods were utilized.

Chinese home remedies for eczema are definitely a viable alternative to conventional treatments.

A consultation with a qualified practitioner of  Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is advised for long term relief from eczema symptoms, but there are several natural remedies you can safely implement at home straight away… like removing skin irritants and allergy causing foods or adjusting environmental factors as listed under eczema causes …