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If you‘re looking for a trusted and experienced Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner in the West Vancouver area, look no further than our clinic. We offer a variety of services that can help improve your overall health and wellbeing, and our team of friendly and knowledgeable staff are always here to answer any of your questions.

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What You Need To Know About TCM

It is a holistic system of medicine that has been used for over 2,000 years.

There has always been debate about the science of traditional Chinese medicine, and there is no evidence for basic tenets such as Qi (‘life energy’) to date. TCM is based on dogmatic theory, but many treatments have been proven to be consistently effective through empirical research. The majority of people believe that TCM diagnoses and treatments lack sufficient scientific foundation and consistency to be classified as a type of science.

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been around for thousands of years and has saved many lives and cured many ailments. Does it work? Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn‘t, but usually not quickly. There‘s still a lot to be discovered about TCM. Neither too much skepticism nor blind faith is advised. If you want to try TCM, it is best to seek advice from a welltrained, credible healthcare professional.

Medical doctors in China tend to sideline traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) rather than be neutral toward it. Compared to experimentbased Western medicine, TCM is considered a semiempirical practice. What‘s more, most medical doctors in China now find it hard to answer a patient‘s questions about traditional Chinese medicine, such as whether they should consume herbs or seek help in the form of other TCM techniques like acupuncture.

In traditional Chinese medicine, foods that are considered to have too muchheat include all fried foods, meat with a high protein content, and spicy seasonings such as pepper, onion, and ginger. The concept ofhot food in TCM is similar to that of highcalorie or spicy food.

Whether or not you should believe in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is up to you. The questions above provide some pros and cons to consider before making your decision. Some people have tried TCM and found it to be helpful, while others find the lack of scientific proof for its effectiveness to be a turnoff. Ultimately, it is up to you to decide whether or not you think TCM is worth trying.

There is no simple answer to the question of which is better, Chinese or Western medicine. Each has its strengths and weaknesses. Western medicine has a far more rigorous scientific basis and methodology. It focuses on treating symptoms quickly and for the best qualityoflife outcome, but can be dangerous if mistakes are made. Traditional Chinese medicine, it is often said,won‘t cure you very quickly (if at all), but at least it won‘t harm you.” There is some truth in this: TCM works slower, is less reliable, but is generally less dangerous. As it aims for harmony with the body, there are fewer side effects.


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