Research shows acupuncture can be more effective than medication for indigestion

(Natural News) Acupuncture has been around for literally thousands of years now. Having originated in Ancient China, there’s a fair chance that it has already been used to treat all of the most common kinds of disorders and diseases. Now there’s a new study where researchers have measured the efficacy of acupuncture in treating one...
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Conclusion: Following acupuncture treatment, improvements of subjective symptoms: chronic indigestion, reflux, abdominal pain, and excessive diarrhea, were observed. CHM provided immediate relief of indigestion, reflux, and abdominal pain. TCM may be a potential therapeutic strategy to manage clinical symptoms of CD, if this is proven useful in future RCT studies.
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Publication date: 23 May 2019Source: Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 236Author(s): Zhenjiang Xia, Yifan Zhang, Cen Li, Yan Xu, Jinjin Dong, Lulu Wang, Qiangqiang He, Xiaoyan Zou, Huali Wu, Jichun Han, Minxuan Cai, Yuzhi Du, Lixin Wei, Jing ShangAbstractEthnopharmacological relevanceTibetan medicine has been practiced for 3800 years. Anzhijinhua San (AZJHS), which is a traditional Tibetan medicine, has been effective in the treatment of indigestion, anorexia and cold diarrhea. However, the effects of AZJHS on allergic diarrhea have not been reported.Aim of the studyThe aim of the present study was to elucidate the effe...
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