Some things stand the test of time, while others fade away. When it comes to staying youthful, Chinese Medicine offers an herbal treasure trove for our bustling modern lives. What’s more, Chinese herbs can be used together with key nutritional supplements for broad support of your health and longevity.
The following supplements, herbs and herbal formulas are safe, yet potent, and some even have a centuries-long track record. Incorporating some of these into your daily routine may be an investment that pays huge dividends.
From Vitamin D and calcium to ginseng and Zhi Shi, these powerhouse products reduce inflammation, strengthen the organs and more to slow and even reverse biological aging. (Of course, check with your doctor before taking any nutritional supplements or herbs—you’re always welcome to contact our clinic for an in-person or Skype consultation: 310-231-3500 or email@example.com.)
These supplements, taken in a split dose, half in the morning and half in the evening, have been proven effective in reducing inflammation, regulating cortisol and more.
- Vitamin D3 (1000 IU)
- Calcium (600 mg)
- Magnesium (200 mg)
- Multivitamin (we likeUsana Essentials)
Chinese Herbal Formulas
The following are also recommended in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and have proven their worth over time:
- Reishi mushroom
In fact, TCM provides a deep well of knowledge with respect to anti-aging and longevity, with herbal formulas that are tailored for maximum effect. These are three of my favorites:
- Zhi Shi (circulatory promoter)
- Mu Xiang (circulatory promoter)
- Shan Zha (digestive herb)
For the ideal supplements and dosages for you, contact us to schedule a consultation. Acupuncture treatments work in conjunction with supplementation to promote youthful energy, and address specific health concerns.
Acupuncture is a remarkably powerful tool for restoring balance, maintaining health and promoting longevity. It stimulates the flow of qi (energy), improves organ function, reduces inflammation, regulates hormones and relaxes the mind and body.
To schedule your consultation or acupuncture treatment, contact us at 310-231-3500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, check out our Nutrition + Health class series for the latest information and tips on a variety of topics.
To your longevity,
Dr. Miles Reid