Herbal Medicine Treatments
It is often beneficial for a patient to take Chinese herbal medicine in addition to receiveing acupuncture treatments. The Chinese herbs are normally raw, powdered, or made into tincutures, pills, capsules or creams. Maria Maher is currently undergoing a Diploma course in Chinese Herbal Medicine and is an Associate Member of the Association of Chinese Herbalists in Ireland (ACHI). In the meantime, she continues to recommend a registered herbalist whom the patient can contact directly to arrange a consultation and receive an appropriate prescription for Chinese herbs.
“I was attending Maria for fertility acupuncture. She advised me that, in addition to making some changes to my diet, I should also take Chinese Herbs to help clear up what she termed “Damp” in my body, which was aggravating my sinuses and, ultimately, was not good for trying to conceive. She recommended a colleague of hers who is a registered Chinese Herbalist. I made an appointment with that person and, after a few months of taking the prescribed herbs, my sinuses and other symptoms of “Damp” have improved no-end. I am still having acupunture with Maria and am taking the herbs from her colleague and am much more optimistic about getting pregnant now.” Majella
“Maria at Acuwell is a great accupuncturist, very thorough, conscientuous and focused on getting you better.
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