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Lu lu Posted - 12/2/2018 8:32:26
Just started seeing a wonderful TCM specialist to help with migraines - had acupuncture and was given some Chinese herbs. Within a week was feeling much better -awesome. However also just found out I am 4-5 weeks pregnant and subsequently have become a little nervous about taking the Chinese herbs -as I personally know nothing about them and their potential side effects on my developing baby. Though TCM specialist assured me they were safe so perhaps I should just accept that. Nevertheless I'm brand new to acupuncture and Chinese medicine and need a little more info for peace of mind. Below are the list of Chinese herbs
- Dangin gui 9g
- chuang liong 9g
- bai shao 18g
- gui zhi 9g
- da zao 9g
- shing jiang 9g
- shiga cao 6g
- zhi keep 6g
Carol Posted - 29/6/2018 19:18:29
Our 100 lb dog has been doing great with I'm Yunity for 7 months. Yesterday afternoon we accidentally gave him a double dose and he became very lethargic about 4 hours later. This morning he is still very lethargic. Could the overdose be causing this and I there anything we can do to help him?
TCM Posted - 13/2/2018 12:52:36
Once you get pregnant, you should keep the risk of harm minimum.
Therefore, not suggest taking the herbs or others without the instruction of obstetrician-gynecologist.

For migraines, it is possible by some localized treatments, such as massage and acupuncture.