Medicinal Plants - Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine interprets health as either being in a state of harmony or disharmony. Qi is said to be the energy that flows within and keeping this energy balanced is how TCM developed. Many of the Chinese Herbs discussed in TCM were studied as early as 300 B.C.E. Many of these herbs are also known to be toxic and so it is not for the lay person to experiment with.
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