Better Health in Winter? — Try T.C.M. Tonics
T.C.M. Gaofang, a sort of herbal extract, is one of the eight forms of Chinese traditional medicines. It is composed of about 20 kinds of ingredients and can greatly nourish our body.
According to traditional Chinese medicine theories, it is best for a person to take tonics in winter. And among different tonics, Gaofang is always the best option for us.
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As a Chinese traditional tonic, it goes through boiling, filtering and condensing first. Then it is mixed by adding saccharides, ginseng powders and etc.
☆ To help get rid of tiredness, feebleness of constitution
☆ To extend life span, prevent and cure illness
☆ Help with sub-health
☆ Elderly or with weak constitution
☆ Young or middle-aged people suffering from sub-health
☆ Infertile or with weak constitution, menstrual disorder
☆ With chronic diseases
☆ People who recovered from severe disease
T.C.M. Gaofang is usually taken from mid-winter to the beginning of spring next year.
Shanghai Renai Hospital 14th Winter Tonics Season starts now!
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Dr. Liu Jinrong
Chief Physician of T.C.M. Dept.
Director of T.C.M Dept.
Medical Expert of T.C.M. Gaofang
Specialist of preventive treatment of disease
Dr. Liu has rich clinical experience for over 30 years in internal medicine and gynecology, specialized in treating infertility, fatty liver, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disorder, nephropathy, gynecological diseases, etc. Especially Dr. Liu is skilled at using "Four Diagnostic Methods of T.C.M. " and ointment treatment to cure gynecological diseases, infertility, breast disease and menopausal symptoms.
Dr. Lv Guangxia
Associate Chief Physician
Jury of National T.C.M. Medical Practitioners Examination
Dr. Lv has engaged in clinical work for over 30 years.She specializes in diagnosis and treatment of hepatitis, obesity, fatty liver, constipation, hypertension, coronary heart disease, diabetes, cerebral infarction race, myoma of uterus, ovarian cyst, mammary gland hyperplasia, irregular menstruation, bronchial asthma, chronic gastroenteritis, constipation, chloasma and sub-health conditions. She is especially interested in T.C.M. applications for cardiovascular and gynecological diseases. She is also an associate professor and has published multiple papers in the field of T.C.M..