Scorching summer’s coming, and that means ice cream, beaches, sports, and, unfortunately, heat stroke! More people got heat stroke when they were active under high temperature for long hours and lack of water. The treatments for heat stroke can simply drink more water and move to a cooler place. While in Chinese medicine therapy, Gua-sha and acupuncture are two common ways to treat heat stroke.
You may hear of Chinese herbal medicine or the “needles” acupuncture, but how are those Chinese medicine works and what are some of the Chinese medicine therapies? Based on over 2500 years of practical experiences, Chinese medicine is now widely used more than 160 countries. It may be an abstract idea for you, but let’s take a look at some common Chinese medicine types and their effects. Read full blog here