Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) studies have suggested that using acupuncture and Herbs as a very effective
approach to treat colds and flu can reduce the incidence of upper respiratory tract infection
and shorten the duration of the illness. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine work by
- Re-balancing the body's systems,
- Regulating the body's healing energies
- Enhancing the immune system.
After reading through hundreds of successful case studies of fighting coronavirus in China,
we decided to provide Chinese medicine for the community.
Please look through carefully all the symptoms listed below,
email us or text us all your symptoms and picture of tongue,
call us at 805-432-4936, we can send you the prescription of chinese herbal powder.
2.Sweaty / No Sweat
3. Asthma/ Shortness of breath-dyspnea
4. Irritability /Not irritable
5. Afraid of wind / Headache
6. Back tight and neck tight
7. Arm / Leg / whole body pain
8. Bitter Taste in mouth
9. Dry mouth and thirst
10. Sickness, nausea
11. Heart palpitations
12 Cough: white sputum with foam
13. Afraid of cold
14. want to sleep
15. swollen or difficult urine
16. Sore throat
17. Dry nose and pain around eyes
18. Chest / rib area fullness
19. Fever and chills
23. Fever in the afternoon
24. Heavy feeling and tired ness
25. Chest tightness
26. Vomiting & Diarrhea
27. Heat at night, cooling in morning, no sweat
29. Cold Sweating
One of the wonderful medical advantages provided by traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) are in the methods of prevention. Dietary suggestions to include in your meals to help increase the body’s internal heat energy.
- Fresh ginger
- Eat less sweat, sour, greasy and salty foods.
- Drink hot water during meals to assist with digestion troubles such as bloating, indigestion and constipation. Not burning hot, nor warm. It is important to boil (purify) your water first. No microwaving water. No lemons. No honey. No tea. Plain hot water only.
- Dress warm, covering all limbs, feet and the head with a winter hat (beanie), and wrap yourself in a warm blanket. Utilizing an electric blanket is even more helpful, 15-20 min on high temp setting until sweating occurs (be careful to not overheat).
- Take a hot shower, drink hot water before and/or after your shower.
- Take a hot bath, drink hot water before, during and/or after your bath.
- Stay warm all night long while you sleep. Maintaining an electric blanket is helpful.
- Get plenty of rest, Enjoy fun and relaxing activities
- Stimulate specific acupuncture points that support Wei Qi
For more detailed information, please reference my teacher's website at https://www.yudayimedicine.com/post/how-to-protect-yourself-from-the-coronavirus-a-tcm-method