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9/21/2016 1:16:39 AM

Nanjing Zelang Medical Technology Co., Ltd is upgrading its production line now. And it will be finished around mid of this Oct. The new production line is called MELLES, which is created by Dr. Liu, the boss of this company.

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4/18/2016 6:10:02 PM

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2/29/2016 11:06:27 AM

The Six Pernicious Influences — Heat, Cold, Wind, Dampness, Dryness and Summer Heat — are External climatic forces that can invade the body and create disharmony in the mind/body/spirit. For example, if you are exposed to excess Heat or Cold or Wind for a long time, or if you are exposed to such Influences when your body is already weak, you may develop an illness. This illness, triggered by External Influences, can migrate inward and become more serious — as a slight cold may become pneumonia. This happens when the External Pernicious Influences overpower the body’s natural protection against disease.

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2/29/2016 10:57:19 AM

Cold When hypothermia hits a skier or a mountain climber, muscle control fades, motion becomes slow and awkward, fatigue sets in, the body shuts down. That’s the same effect that the Cold Pernicious Influence has — it saps the body’s energy and makes movements cumbersome. The tongue becomes pale; the pulse is slow. A person may develop a fear of cold and feel like sleeping in a curled up position. Cold is yin and when it invades the body it chills all or part of it. If there’s pain, it’s eased by warmth.

When External Cold attacks the body, acute illness may develop, along with chills, fever and body aches. When the External C old moves inward and becomes an Interior disharmony it is associated with a chronic condition that produces a pale face, lethargy an d grogginess, a craving for heat and sleeping for longer than usual periods of time.

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2/29/2016 10:54:51 AM

Tang-kuei (danggui): The root has been long respected as a blood-nourishing agent. It has its highest rate of use among women because tang-kuei will help to regulate uterine blood flow and contraction, but when employed in complex formulas it can be used by both men and women to nourish the blood, moisten the intestines, improve the circulation, calm tension, and relieve pain. Tang-kuei is frequently said to have estrogenic effects, but this is not a valid claim. The recommended dosage for tang-kuei is 0.5-9 grams per day. Tang-kuei may be made as a tea or cooked with chicken to make soup (the taste is quite strong), but it is often used today as a powder, encapsulated or made into tablets, alone or with other herbs. Caution: some individuals find that tang-kuei causes nausea or loose stool.

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2/29/2016 10:53:15 AM

Ginkgo biloba - commonly used to treat poor blood circulation and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Some studies have found ginkgo biloba to be effective in treating neurological disorders, such as memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease.

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2/29/2016 10:49:39 AM

Ma-huang (mahuang): The stem-like leaves when taken in a dose of several grams stimulate perspiration, open the breathing passages, and invigorate the central nervous system energy.

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2/29/2016 10:46:47 AM

This rhizome (underground stem) is one of the most bitter herbs used in Chinese medicine. It is rich in alkaloids that inhibit infections and calm nervous agitation; it is usually combined with other bitter-tasting herbs, such as phellodendron, scute, and gardenia, to promote these actions. Examples of its many uses include treatment of skin diseases, intestinal infections, hypertension, and insomnia. Coptis is a close relative of an extremely bitter and very useful American herb, goldenseal. Because of its taste, coptis is most often used in the form of pills or tablets. Typical dosage is from a few hundred milligrams of powder to 3 grams in decoction per day. Caution: regular use of coptis in large dosage may cause diarrhea.

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2/29/2016 10:43:17 AM

In some cases, a practitioner of Chinese medicine will design a specific formulation for an individual patient, which might be changed frequently over a course of treatment. In other cases, one or more formulas already prepared for ingestion without modification are selected for use.

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2/29/2016 10:28:29 AM

Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mood disorders, affecting millions of adults in the US. Although there is limited research on the efficacy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for treating anxiety and depression, some clinical trials have reported a therapeutic effect comparable to medication, with fewer side effects. Much of the perceived benefit, however, may be due to the placebo effect, as TCM therapies seem to work for some people but not others.

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