Thanks for all your reply. I read all of them. I have to say sorry that I can’t reply one by one because of not having enough time. I’d be glad to schedule a time to discuss with everyone of you in person on TCM. I’m sorry that I can’t spend too much time here and I have to improve my English writing so that I can fully express my thoughts to eliminate misunderstanding and reduce misinterpretation. I’m also very grateful for those who PM me to share their beneficial experiences with TCM. Thank you for all your words, no matter good or bad.
To save some time, I decide to let the global trend and other authors to speak. This article published this year in Nature journal should be able to answer some questions. Please do spend some time reading it.
“For the first time, the World Health Organization will recognize traditional medicine in its influential global medical compendium.”
“This study describes various characteristics of traditional medicine, including its medical benefits such as therapy, disease prevention, health care and life cultivation value and drug development benefits. It also looks at some of the financial and economic benefits and finally, its scientific value. The study considers some of the existing difficulties and challenges for the conservation and development of traditional medicine including, among others, safety standards, protection mechanism for traditional medicine, environmental challenges associated with the development of traditional medicine, training in traditional medicine and administration of traditional medicines. Finally, the study makes proposals for the conservation and development of traditional medicine.”
I’m not saying TCM is the best. Actually, having learned both TCM and western medicine, I believe integrative medicine is the best health care for patients.
Thank you! Good night!