Conceive A Child With Traditional Chinese Remedies
Chinese Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture have strong claims for being effective fertility treatments. Many women have attributed successful conception to these methods, and continue to do so. Recent scientific research from the University of Tel Aviv further substantiates this. They found, under a control study, that women who received acupuncture and Chinese herbal remedies were far more likely to conceive. The study showed that those receiving this treatment were also more likely to conceive healthy babies.
The study was undertaken with a group of women who have an infertility problem with ovulation. One group (the control group) did not receive Chinese herbal medicine or acupuncture treatment, whilst the other group received both of these traditional Chinese therapy treatments. The control and the group receiving treatments were undergoing intrauterine insemination, a modern method of helping to ensure eggs are fertilized by placing cleaned sperm very near to them.
Traditional Chinese medicine is said to increase the blood flow, balance yin and yang, increase “Chi” flow and help vital organs work more effectively. The study at the Tel Aviv University Fertility department shows Chinese medicine can achieve these effects, especially in the case of this type of fertility issue. The increased flow of Chi to the area and relaxed state of mind of the patients may have played an important role in helping the group of participants get pregnant.
Traditional Chinese Medicine has been proven a good choice for multiple ailments and a successful preventative complementary medicine. Chi Kung, Tai Chi, acupuncture, acupressure, massage and some Chinese herbs have also been proven to significantly improve the wellbeing of the patient or practitioner. Today however, there are still many herbs contained within some remedies that may be harmful to us or have not been researched enough to prove their effectiveness or otherwise. For this reason it is always wise to find out all the ingredients of herbal remedies and research them for yourself. As with any complementary medicine, if you have a pre-existing medical condition or are taking any pharmaceutical drugs it is wise to consult a medical practitioner before taking any herbal remedies.