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TCM

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(Complementary Medicine) traditional Chinese medicine: Chinese-based alternative therapies, including acupuncture, certain forms of massage, and some herbal remedies
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He also announced a future agreement to implement training sessions in this domain, between the University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Shanghai and Hassan II University in Casablanca.
Many of these treatments are brought by other cultures including Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Ayurvedic Medicine, Curandismos from Latin America and Native American holistic medicine.
"Our products were created in consultation with leading experts in Aromatherapy and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)," said Jeremy McCarthy, group director of spa and wellness, "and our treatments were designed before personalisation was the buzzword it is today, to deliver bespoke experiences that are tailored to the preferences of our guests."
TRADITIONAL Chinese Medicine views summer as the season of the fire element and heart.
Iqbal Choudhary said that both the institutions aimed to promote co-operation in the fields of traditional medicine, treatment technology and traditional Chinese medicine research etc..
In contrast with western medicine, the role of food and medicine in traditional Chinese medicine overlap.
which boost the demand for the traditional Chinese medicine therapy and propel the growth of the market over the forecast period.
In traditional Chinese medicine, a person's tongue and pulse are believed to reflect the health of their organs and meridians and are therefore strong indicators of their overall well-being.
According to Dr Wang traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) was an ancient medical system which originated in China thousands of years ago.
She briefed the participants about traditional Chinese medicine, a broad range of practices including various forms of acupuncture, herbal medicine, massage, specific movements or postures, coordinated breathing, mental focus, exercise and dietary therapy.
During the lecture, the professor traced the history and philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine, which dates back to the birth of ancient Chinese civilisation and evolved over 2,000 years, rooted in the ancient philosophy of Taoism.
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