A recent study looked at women with PCOS, endometriosis, anovulation/ fallopian tube blockage, or unexplained infertility.
Using Chinese Fertility Herbs, pregnancy rates were 60% compared with 33% in the group using only western medicine treatment for fertility.
Louise Ryan is a qualified herbalist after completing a postgraduate degree in Chinese Herbal Medicine.
TCM practitioners most often use two or more substances in Chinese medicinal formulations to create a balanced, synergistic effect that reflects the holistic nature of the diagnosis.
Although there are literally thousands of traditional herbal formulas for just about every condition imaginable, a formula is almost always modified by the TCM practitioner to suit the subtle nuances of the condition and constitution of the patient, making each formulation highly individualized.
What is in a prescription?
- Only Traditional Chinese herbal plant products are used.
- No Western medicines are used.
- No animal products, mineral products nor endangered plant species are used.
- Chinese Herbal medicines used by PRTCM members are all bought from a specific list of Approved Herbal Suppliers.
All Herbal practitioner members of the PRTCM have agreed to comply with any advice or prohibitions from the Irish Medicines Board (IMB) and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
What is Chinese Herbal medicine used for?
All forms of TCM treatment strive to boost, reinforce, strengthen and invigorate the Qi. Acupuncture medicine, for example, employs finest needles, applied to the skin, to drive out unhealthy Qi and restore healthy circulation of optimal Qi. Herbs do likewise, but “from the inside”. The herbs are ingested and work away, silently and unseen, to do their restorative, regenerative or vitalising work.