Get to know the Chinese Herbal Products
Introducing Lung Detoxificator by ExpertPharm
“The medical personnel in our unit took Lung Detoxificator whenever they have symptoms of sneezing, runny nose, or itchy throat, and the symptoms disappeared within 1-2 days, none of them showed positive in the COVID testing so far". – This is the feedback from Dr. Allan Chang, the medical director of an COVID-19 Isolation Unit in Pomona, LA County. Lung Detoxificator is a Chinese herbal product formulated by Dr. Willow Liu, a world-renowned expert of Chinese herbal medicine, based on her 35 years of research and practice. It has helped many COVID-19 positive and suspected patients with fever, body ache and headache, throat uncomfortable since April 2020. You can order online at www.expertpharmshop.com.
Chinese medicine believes that when there is sufficient healthy qi inside, the evil qi is unable to invade our body. The healthy qi refers to the ability of the human body to keep away from sickness and maintaining health. Evil qi refers to the external factors that can cause diseases such as bacteria and viruses. Immune Booster is formulated by Dr. Willow Liu, a world-renowned expert of Chinese herbal medicine based on her clinical practice and research. The ingredients in this formula are all common edible herbs in China. Modern studies show that they can enhance immune and respiratory function, improve digestion and circulation. The feedback from people who took it gained energy, improved their respiratory function and circulation.
Metabolic Aid introduction
Metabolic aid will assist your body in the metabolism of water, fat, and blood glucose, as well as improve circulation. All of the ingredients that are in this product are derived from a food source recipe, so it’s safe to take. We care about you and your health, so all of our proprietary blends are always with you in mind. Our very own Dr. Willow Liu formulates them herself; we will be featuring her in the next few weeks in a Q & A about the company and how it all started. The ingredients in our formula are all food ingredients that have been historically used as herbs in China. The ingredients in our tea are Coix seed, Azuki bean, Chinese quince fruit, hawthorn fruit Kudzu root, cinnamon, Chinese dates, and lotus leaves. Modern pharmacological studies have revealed that coix seeds can improve water transportation*, adzuki bean and lotus leaves have anti-obesity effects*, lotus leaves can also help decrease raised lipids*, hawthorn fruit can increase the integrity of the blood vessel wall and improve coronary blood flow*, Jujube can nourish the blood, regulate digestion, improve quality of sleep and also has neuroprotective activities*, cinnamon can improve circulation and help reduce blood sugar*, kudzu root can significantly improve cardiovascular, cerebrovascular and neural functions and it also has neuroprotection effect* *Please visit our website for more information about these facts.
Journey to the Home of Chinese Herbal Medicine
There are misunderstandings about Chinese herbal medicine (CHM). Some people believe that Chinese herbs are natural, therefore they do not cause harm. Others think that they are toxic. The fact is that Chinese herbal medicine has been applied for over 2000 years to countless people as one of the most popular treatment methods in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). The safety and efficacy of most herbs have been well documented and continuously updated for thousand(s) years. However, due to their misuse of ignorant patients and inexperienced healthcare practitioners, or the misleading by unprofessional herbal manufacturers or sellers, many toxic and/or negative results on Chinese herbs have been reported in the West, resulting in most physicians in the West prohibit their patients use any Chinese herbs even though they could not help these patients relieve from suffering.
Holism in Chinese medicine
Holism is the most important fundamental characteristics in Chinese medicine . Chinese medicine considers the organs and tissues in the human body as an organic whole, they are connected by the channel (also called meridian) and collaterals as a complex network. They are interdependence and constraints each other in balance, and also in harmony with the external environment. Such balance and harmony are described with Yin - yang and five elements theories, the concepts taken from ancient Chinese naturalistic philosophy. Once the balance and harmony are broken, yin - yang turns into imbalance, and the person becomes sick. Scientific experiments have found that the fundamental structures of the channels and collaterals are the neuro-endocrine-immune network and circulatory system (blood + lymphatic). These network not only connect the internal organs, but also control their functions through qi and blood. Through these connections, dysfunction of one organ or tissue may impact the functions of the others. Based on this concept, the treatment with Chinese medicine emphasizes Qi and blood circulation in the network of channels and collaterals.