Ever thought of growing your own food but didn’t think it was possible? It’s more that possible!
A herbal medicine that appears to have shown promise in treating one type of dementia in China is entering its largest clinical trial in Australia. More than 200 people living with the condition are being recruited for a trial with the Sydney-based National Institute of Complementary Medicine after a deal was struck with one of China’s largest drug manufacturers. Rachael Hocking reports. Experts say vascular dementia is the second most common type of dementia affecting more than 340,000 Australians living with the condition.
Your body is programmed to heal–and that takes time. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine involve true healing, not just masking symptoms with medications.