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How Does Herbal-Oriental Medicine Work?

Oriental Herbal Medicine is used to restore the body’s “Chi”or the energy of the body by bringing the opposing forces of Yin and Yang into balance.

Traditional medicine believes that the imbalance of the Yin and Yang creates blockage of the “Chi” which results in illness and disease.

Oriental Herbal Medicine formulas treat the root of the problem, not just the symptoms. Herbs are selected for each.

What does Herbal-Oriental Medicine treat?

Herbal-Oriental Medicine can aid in the treatment of the following:

 Disease Prevention
 Substance Abuse
 Eye and Ear Problems
 Mental Health
 Nervous System Disorder
 Skin Infection

Introducing Digestalieve & Constalieve

Dr. Kim is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine with years of experience in herbal treatment. He creates his own herbal proprietary blends for different ailments. At CNS Rehabilitation Center we have several ready to buy mixes that are aimed to aid in proper digestion, relieve constipation issues, bronchial problems, and weight loss management.

Digestalieve

Some Causes of Indigestion

  • Drinking Large Amount of Alcohol
  • Eating Spicy, Fatty, or Greasy Foods
  • Overeating or Eating too Fast
  • Eating large meals and laying down right after
  • Consuming Caffeinated or Carbonated Drinks
  • Stress
  • Smoking

Do You Experience Any of the Following Symptoms of Indigestion?

  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Belching
  • Acid Reflux
  • Stomach Pain
  • Acidic Taste
  • Gas Distention
  • Bad Breath


Indigestion Relief is DIGESTALIEVE!

Every year millions of Americans are affected by indigestion and its symptoms of mild to severe abdominal discomfort, bloating, gas, diarrhea, acidic taste, and growling of the stomach. Indigestion in itself is not a condition, but often is a sign of a more serious underlying problem, for example: gallbladder disease, ulcers, acid reflux, obesity, etc. Indigestion is also called Dyspepsia, which refers to the feeling of discomfort during or after a meal. Regular consumption of alcohol or drugs that may irritate the stomach lining (such as aspirin, certain muscle relaxers, or blood pressure medications), overeating, eating too quickly, not properly chewing, consuming greasy foods or beverages containing caffeine increase the risk of indigestion. Avoiding foods with high amounts of acids, such as citrus fruit, tomatoes, and chocolate may lessen the chances of getting indigestion.
DIGESTALIEVE contains over thirteen of the highest quality organic herbs that help relieve the discomfort associated with indigestion. It helps relax the stomach muscles and ease the passage of food, breaking up food stagnation, decreasing the production of acid, and lessening the severity of overall indigestion symptoms. Herbs such as: the Immature fruit of the bitter orange or Zhi Shi, medicated leaves or Shen Chu, Tsaoko Fruit, Long Pepper Fruit, Costus Root, and Patchouli have been used in Eastern Medicine for thousands of years for abdominal and gastric pain, nausea, poor appetite, diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach distention. Medical studies have showed Hawthorne Fruit, one of the DIGESTALIEVE ingredients, as being a digestive aid that “holds significant potential as a useful remedy in the treatment of cardiovascular disease.” Immature fruit of the bitter orange effectively treats constipation, abdominal hardness, distention pain, and poor appetite. It is also used forshortness of breath, fatigue and overall weakness.
Just as with Acupuncture, DIGESTALIEVE herbs wield similar results by tonifying the muscles of the stomach and the esophagus, bringing the utmost available energy to the organs. Combining herbal treatment with Acupuncture is beneficial and recommended. Other herbs such as Bur Reed Rhizome and Zedoary Rhizome are some of the strongest herbs used for blood and Qi stasis. In Oriental belief, Qi, is the natural energy or “life force” and every living thing possesses this energy flow. It is important to maintain Qi balance for an overall well-being and stability.
DIGESTALIEVE will strengthen the stomach muscles, help restore the balance of the stomach flora, alleviate distention and discomfort, and even improve any bad breath. For optimal results 20-40 pellets should be taken 1 Hour after a meal, twice a day.


Helpful Tips on Managing Indigestion

  • Allow enough time for meals
  • Chew food thoroughly
  • Avoid arguments and stress during meal time
  • Avoid excitement or exercise right after a meal

Constalieve

Some Causes of Constipation

  • Poor Diet -Eating foods rich in animal fats (dairy,meats,and eggs), refined sugar
  • Inadequate fluid intake
  • Caffeine and Alcohol -These indue increased urination of water leading to relative dehydration
  • Poor bowel habits -Ignoring the desire for bowel movements may initiate a cycle of constipation. After a while a person may stop feeling the urge to move the bowels. This leads to progressive constipation, for example avoiding using public restrooms or ignoring going to the toilet due to a busy schedule
  • Medications -Such as: Antacids, Antidepressants, Iron tablets,Anticonvulsant drugs, Diuretics, Pain Killers…
  • Travel -Changes in lifestyle
  • Age -Older adults are more likely to have constipation

Constipation Relief is CONSTALIEVE!

Constipation is a common digestive problem that most people experience in their lifetime for a variety of reasons. It is a misconception, and it is not necessary to have bowel movement every day for your digestive system to be regular, but if there are three or less passings of the stool in a week, the problem is considered to be Constipation.
Stool can be hard and dry, sometimes painful to pass, different consistency, accompanied by straining or feelings of incomplete evacuation of the bowels. The feeling of “want to but can’t.” The function of the large intestine or colon is to absorb water, delayed transit through the colon causes hardening of the stool leading to infrequent and possibly painful bowel movements.
Another common false conception about bowel movement is that the waste stored in the body is absorbed and is dangerous and toxic to the health and longevity of life. These misconceptions lead to heavy reliance and even abuse of over the counter laxatives and procedures such as colon irrigation. Which in themselves may disrupt the stasis of the body, causing dependency and further complications.
CONSTALIEVE is a traditional herbal mixture which has been used in Eastern Herbal Medicine for centuries for the relief of constipation and frequent urination problems. Made of the highest quality organic herbs whose properties are designed to moisten the intestine and loosen up the stool for comfortable bowel movement CONSTALIEVE is the ultimate safe relief for constipation that is actually GOOD FOR YOU!
Herbs such as Hemp Seeds and White Peony Root nourish the blood, soften the liver and alleviate pain symptoms associated with constipation. Magnolia bark is used for the feeling of abdominal and epigastric chest fullness, bloating, loss of appetite, poor digestion, constipation, nausea, and distention of the stomach. Rhubarb root and Rhizome are also used as ingredients aimed at reducing abdominal fullness. They invigorate the blood and remove stagnation within the intestines. Other herbs such as Apricot Seeds, like the Hemp Seeds and the White Peony Root moisten the intestines and unblock bowel movement.
CONSTALIEVE will not interfere with prescribed medications. It will provide you and your body with the help it needs to regulate its bowel movements and provide it with the over all feeling of well being. Will not cause dependency like laxatives and won’t damage the organs, better yet, it will nourish them and provide much needed aid for comfortable stool movement.
General recommended dosage is 10-30 pellets, twice daily, as needed. Dosage may vary per Doctor’s recommendation.

CONSTALIEVE Ingredients:
Apricot seed, Rhubarb Root, Magnolia bark, Immature fruit of the bitter orange, White Peony root, Hemp Seeds.


Helpful Tips on Managing Constipation

  • Keeping to a diet high in Fiber
  • Drinking plenty of water and other liquids
  • Eating a well balanced diet that includes unprocessed bran, whole wheat grains, fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Exercise regularly
  • Taking time to have bowel movement when need be, stress free environment