medicinal treatment

medicinal treatment

therapy of disorders based chiefly on the use of appropriate pharmacological agents.

Patient discussion about medicinal treatment

Q. Is there an Alternative Medicine treatment for FIBROMYALGIA? My Mother was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia last year and is not responding well to conventional medical treatment. Is there an alternative treatment for it?


Q. when my brother was responding well with psychiatrist treatment, why he is changed to the medicines again? My brother is bipolar with manic depression. He was given Emsan to control on his bipolar depression. However due to side effects like excess muscle twitching his medicine was stopped. He was immediately sent to a psychiatric treatment. We found a good and a positive change in him. But his psychiatric treatment is stopped and now he is taking Nardil. When my brother was responding well with the psychiatrist treatment then why he is changed to the medicines again? I feel this is not the correct way.

A. Well Rohan… I can understand that you want your brother to be well as soon as possible. You must also understand that treatment for bipolar with the psychotherapy, is as important as the medicines. It is also a very important requirement for the complete treatment to proceed well. Though side effect of all medicines are known to all, so sometimes to reduce the side effect of a medicine it’s stopped and replaced with psychotherapy which also helps in the continuation of the treatment.

Q. Is there any treatment in Chinese medicine to remove body hair? I’m a 22 years-old girl, and I’m considering laser hair removal of the hair on my legs. Usually I prefer the natural way, so I wanted to ask if there’s any Chinese way to remove body hair. Is it better than laser?

A. i agree with Melissa- body hair is natural but sometimes it's growth is increased by an unbalanced hormonal state. and Chinese medicine can help on that case. so there is nothing wrong by checking this direction out .

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From our surveys, it became evident to us, that there exists a good body of practitioners (inclusive of Muslim Imams of mosques and Hindu priests of temples), who practiced other forms of medicinal treatment, including regular use of amulets, numerological charts and graphic designs, worships, and incantations, and which consisted of wearing, reciting, and even drinking religious texts written in water-soluble color which were soaked in water to dissolve the letters followed by drinking the water.
Valerian is a flowering plant whose roots have been used as a medicinal treatment for a variety of conditions--the most popular being insomnia--since ancient Greek and Roman times.