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The Healing Power of Chinese Herbs for Pain Relief

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the use of herbal remedies for pain relief has been a time-honored practice. Harnessing the healing properties of nature, various Chinese herbs have proven effective in alleviating pain and promoting well-being. Let's explore the therapeutic benefits of six remarkable Chinese herbs renowned for their pain-relieving capabilities.

Xiao Huo Luo Herbal Tea Granules:

Derived from a blend of powerful herbs, Xiao Huo Luo Herbal Tea Granules are specifically formulated to target joint and muscle pain. This herbal tea promotes better circulation, reduces inflammation, and invigorates the body's energy flow, offering significant relief to those suffering from discomfort caused by dampness and blood stagnation.

Dang Gui Si Ni Tang Wan

Commonly known as "Dang Gui Four Counterflows Pill," this herbal formula effectively addresses menstrual cramps and abdominal pain. By harmonizing the flow of Qi and Blood, Dang Gui Si Ni Tang Wan provides relief from stagnation and discomfort, restoring balance and vitality to the body.

Wong To Yick Wood Lock Oil / Pain Relief Medicated Herbal Oil:

This versatile herbal oil, renowned for its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, provides quick and soothing pain relief. Suitable for external application, the Wong To Yick Wood Lock Oil helps ease muscle pain, joint stiffness, and headaches, making it a household favorite for generations.

Yunnan Baiyao Jiaonang:

Yunnan Baiyao, translated as "White Medicine from Yunnan," is a renowned Chinese herbal medicine used to stop bleeding and promote healing. In addition to its hemostatic properties, Yunnan Baiyao Jiaonang aids in reducing pain caused by traumatic injuries and promotes overall recovery.

Shu Jin Huo Luo Wan:

This herbal formula, literally meaning "Relax Muscles and Activate Collaterals Pill," targets chronic pain, joint inflammation, and muscle tension. Shu Jin Huo Luo Wan enhances blood circulation, disperses stagnation, and relaxes the muscles, providing relief from aches and discomfort.

We also have a range of herbal plasters for quick and effective pain relief. Huo Xue Zhuang Gu Gao, Xia Ma Wei, and Moxibustion Herbal Self-Heating Pain Relief Patches are exceptional herbal plasters that offer targeted pain relief.

Huo Xue Zhuang Gu Gao:

This plaster, also known as "Invigorating Blood and Strengthening Bones Plaster," is renowned for its ability to promote blood circulation and strengthen bones. It is particularly effective in relieving joint pain, muscle soreness, and discomfort caused by traumatic injuries.

Xia Ma Wei:

This unique herbal plaster, meaning "Summer Horse Tail," contains potent herbs that penetrate deeply into the affected area to provide fast and effective pain relief. With its self-heating properties, Xia Ma Wei helps relax muscles and soothe pain caused by strain or overexertion.

Moxibustion Herbal Self-Heating Pain Relief Patches:

Moxibustion, a traditional Chinese therapy that involves burning mugwort near acupoints, is encapsulated in these self-heating patches. The therapeutic heat generated by the patches penetrates deep into the muscles, promoting Qi flow and alleviating pain.

By utilising these herbal plasters in conjunction with other Chinese herbal remedies, individuals can experience a comprehensive and synergistic approach to pain management. These external applications provide localised relief, complementing the internal healing benefits of herbal formulas.

All of our Chinese herbal remedies are derived from the root, stem, leaf and flower of plants. At Care Cure our board certified Chinese medicine herbalists offer free advice on all herbal products to ensure you receive the right herbs for you. Please contact us if you have any queries, we are here to help.

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