Allergic rhinitis, commonly called ‘hay fever’, affects many people in Australia. Chinese medicine therapies, such as Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture, can be effective in treating allergic rhinitis. But what evidence base exists for Chinese medicine therapies for allergic rhinitis? And how we can use this evidence in clinical practice?
In view that Wen Bing as one of the four major classic literature subjects is not being taught at most Chinese Medicine Universities Overseas like Shang Han Lun, Pearls of Wisdom Chinese Medicine is delighted to present a six-week three hour lecture course commencing 8th October 2022 ending 17th December 2022 by Dr. Greta Young Jie De.
In the third year with COVID existence in our world, this webinar will be a great opportunity for practitioners to exchange knowledge and experience, learn from each other in addressing this dominant health concern from the public. Save the date and book your place at this event!
As a member of World Animal Protection, AACMA is pleased to support this conference to be held in person in San Francisco and online. Discussing the need to protect endangered species, this conference also celebrates 24 years since the successful removal of tiger bone from TCM herbal medicine practise.