Chinese Medicinal Herbs
JANE DEMIAN, L.Ac., M.A., R.N. (Acupuncturist/Herbalist)
An herbalist uses formulas comprised of substances such as plants, seeds, fruit, roots, shells, and stones which have energetic properties that resonate with different organs of the body. These ingredients are prescribed to the patient either in pill or powder form after reviewing the patient’s history, physical examination including checking and “reading” of the patient’s pulse, their tongue, abdominal assessment, palpation of meridians, skin color, eye color and assessment of their emotional status. Once the diagnosis is complete, a formula is created which is designed to treat specific organs as well as harmonize and balance the Qi (life energy) of the body.
Jane Demian, L.Ac., MA, RN
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