• Chinese herbal medicine is part of an integrated system of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that can be traced back at least five thousand years, making it one of the oldest and most long-standing health care systems in the history.

    Chinese herbal medicine is based on the concepts of Yin and Yang and clinical strategies are based upon diagnosis of patterns of signs and symptoms that reflect an imbalance of these two.

    Each herb has its own properties which include its energy (Temperature), its taste, its movement and its related meridians (channels).

    Depending on your signs and symptoms of the illness you present, we are able to prescribe a Chinese herbal formula that specifically matches your health condition.

    In addition to providing effective treatment for a wide range of health disorders, Chinese herbal medicine may also assist with general health maintenance and disease prevention by strengthening and enhancing normal body functions, boosting the immune system and promote general sense of well-being.

    We provide herbs in many different forms for the comfort of your needs.

    All herbs are AUST L labeled products and has been included on the ARTG (Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods).

    FAQ

    • Do you use any animal products that are banned?

      No, we do not use any animal products and only use herbs that are registered with ARTG (Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods).

    • How do you assure the quality of your herbs?

      There are several types of herbs we prescribe at flow clinic:

      Most prescribed herbal format at our clinic are powder herbs. We use powder herbs from KODA, which is made from Taiwan with highest quality control. Please have a look at the supplier’s website for more information at www.yeschinaherb.com/koda/

      For herbal capsules or pills or common supplements, the products are all registered with ARTG and passed the regulation, which will also be written on the bottle.

    • How do I take my powder herbs?

      At flow clinic, your practitioner will give written instructions on how many teaspoons to take for how many times a day.

      There will be a teaspoon provided with the herbal medicine so put levelled teaspoon of the powder into the cup then pour hot water and stir until all powder has dissolved and drink it when it is warm.