Helen Lake Hike

Far In The Distance Lies Wapta Icefield and Bow Lake
Far In The Distance Lies Wapta Icefield and Bow Lake – Taken by Frank Sun ( Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic )
On The Trail to the Cirque Peak
On The Trail to the Cirque Peak – Taken by Frank Sun ( Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic )
Far In Distance Lies Dolomite Peak and Hellen Lake (Calgary Acupuncture Massage AAATCM Clinic)
Far In Distance Lies Dolomite Peak and Hellen Lake – Taken by Frank Sun ( Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic )

We provide Acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Therapeutic Massage and Reflexology Services in Calgary.

Elk Lakes Backpacking to Petain Falls

Upper Elk Lake
Upper Elk Lake – Taken by Frank Sun (Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic)
Sunrise at Lower Elk Lake
Sunrise at Lower Elk Lake – Taken by Frank Sun (Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic)
Petain Falls
Petain Falls – Taken by Frank Sun (Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic)
Fox Lake
Fox Lake – Taken by Frank Sun ( Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic )
Sunset at Elk Lakes Valley
Sunset at Elk Lakes Valley – Taken by Frank Sun ( Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic )
Sunrise at Upper Elk Lake
Sunrise at Upper Elk Lake – Taken by Frank Sun (Webmaster of Anderson Area Acupuncture Wellness Clinic)

We provide Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Therapeutic Massage services in Calgary.

Briefing about Chinese Herbal Medicine

  Herbal remedies offer a natural approach to maintaining overall health, of which Chinese herbs are best known for having beneficial effects on the body. Chinese herbs and Chinese medicines have been used for thousands of years to help people feel better, more vital and live longer. Many of them have also been used for treating various illnesses and restoring the normal body functions, and have proved their effectiveness. One of the most appealing qualities of Chinese herbs therapy is the low risk of adverse reaction or side effects, especially when compared to pharmaceutical drugs.
  Chinese medicine is very different from the current research approach we are used to. It is based on the promotion of health, which is represented as a balance of yin and yang – two forces that represent the bipolar manifestation of all things in nature. It does not limit its treatment to only one part of the body; instead, generally it is based on the holistic theory. The following are some examples about Chinese herbal medicine:

1. Ginseng: strengthen Qi or energy.

2. Gouji (Barbary Wolfberry Fruit): nourish blood and anti-aging.

3. Lingzhi (Glossy Ganoderma): improve immune function and functions of different organ systems.

4. Weilingxian (Chinese Clematis Root): anti-arthritis and muscular skeleton pain.

  However, most herbs of Chinese Medicine are used in formula, which is either manufactured by pharmaceutical factory or prepared by Chinese doctors for individual patient. Of hundreds of commonly used herbs, different combination of herbs can be used for the different indications.

  Ginseng     Gouji 
                                            

 Lingzhi   Weilingxian