Learn How the Theory of Chinese Medicine Can Improve Health and Prevent Illness
The basic theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is that everything in the Universe is connected; people, plants, the air we breathe, animals, the food we eat, our mind and internal organs etc. are all interrelated in harmony and work together to form a perfect balance. Illness occurs when something in our life is out of balance, either mentally, physically or both. This book has been helpful in developing a holistic protocol for keeping Murphy and his brothers and sisters healthy and happy.
Traditional Chinese Medicinal herbs can be used to treat a variety of conditions in dogs, including:
- Geriatric health issues
- Heart problems
- Liver imbalances
- Immune problems
- Urinary incontinence
- Behavioral problems
- Kidney disease
- Infections and allergies
Stress and anxiety can cause an imbalance in senior dogs coping with dementia. Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) use Chinese herbs to bring an imbalanced body back into balance. TCM is often used in conjunction with conventional veterinary medicine.