Herbal Medicine News
Chinese Medicine Board of Australia on the 16th November 2015 published New Guidelines for Safe Herbal Medicine Practice.
WorkCover QLD announces Chinese Medicine Practitioner Table of Costs effective 1st July 2014 including Service Conditions, Consultations, Item Codes, Clinical Reports, Return to Work Reports & Patient Records.
Important information for all health including Chinese Medicine practitioners in effect from today (17 March 2014)
The World Health Organisation has released its Traditional Medicine Strategy for 2014-2023 which sends a strong message to all governments around the world that Traditional Medicine (Natural Therapies) is a very important part of health care and that community demand is increasing.
The CMBA has made available a Graduate Information Document to facilitate graduates transition from student to registered health practitioner.
China Books have announced that issue #102 of the The Journal of Chinese Medicine is now available!
A delegation of Chinese government officials have visited Goulburn to look at the viability of opening a $220 million Traditional Chinese Medicine training facility in the city.
TCM in Cancer Care: A Review of Controlled Clinical Studies Published in Chinese...Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been widely applied for cancer care in China. There have been a large number of controlled clinical studies published in Chinese literature, yet no systematic searching and analysis has been done.
Many important drugs in the Chinese materia medica (CMM) are known to be toxic, and it has long been recognized in classical Chinese medical theory that toxicity can arise directly from the components of a single CMM or may be induced by an interaction between combined CMM.
The Sun Herbal web site is not sales oriented; the main purpose is to provide you with practical information.
Continuing Professional Development Guidelines together with the consultation submissions and Board feedback to stakeholders
The updated list of legally restricted herbs and news article.
Now that your CMBA registration fees are payable each year, you should be looking to minimise or reduce the cost of your association membership fees.
Health begins in the gut has been a central theme of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayurvedic health principles.
If you are one of the millions that struggles daily with lack of energy or chronic fatigue, then you are likely very familiar with those constant feelings of being tired and drained.
CMBA releases the Code of Conduct, Advertising Guidelines and Mandatory Notifications Guidelines.
CMBA releases updated FAQ document which includes information regarding Advanced Diploma qualifications and evidence requirements for courses...
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia releases its latest Communiqué.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia is inviting applications from interested persons to be appointed to an Accreditation Committee...
A modification has been made to Q 20. relating to English Language Examinations
Media Release from the Board.
Practitioners are urged to apply for national registration early.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia has released answers to frequently asked questions regarding the English Language Standard
Schedule of dates and times for Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (CMBA) registration information sessions now available.
CMBA provides Feedback on Submissions and Registration Standards
National Registration Standards for Chinese Medicine approved by the Australian Health Workforce Ministerial Council released on 16/1/2012
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia is planning to hold a number of information sessions around Australia in late February 2012.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia has released another communiqué dated 17th November 2011.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia advised ANTA of a link to the Consultation Paper released by the CMBA on the 21st November 2011.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia releases a Communiqué
The Board will undertake wide-ranging consultation on proposals that affect the profession.
On page 42 of the consultation document (within the draft standard for grandparenting) there is a reference to a discussion paper which is not included.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (the Board) has released a consultation paper on proposed registration standards...
You are invited to participate in a research project entitled, “Chinese medicine in Australia – nature of practice and the perspectives of practitioners”
Download the Australian Health Workforce Ministerial Council’s official Communique appointing the next four National boards.
Work is progressing in preparation for the integration of Chinese Medicine into the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (NRAS) on the 1st July 2012.
Chinese herbal medicine is a natural alternative for hair restoration, gray hair reversal and/or overcoming the health disorders that often result in thinning hair.
From tomorrow, EU citizens can be reassured that the traditional herbal medicines they buy in the EU are safe and effective.
The eligibility of specific ingredients, including herbal extracts, for use in listed medicines is determined by the TGA. Herbal ingredients used in registered medicines are evaluated as part of the application for approval of the medicine.
National registration for Chinese Medicine will commence on the 1st July 2012 and ANTA has been participating on the Project team
The healing capacity of green tea has been understood and cultivated by the Chinese for more than 5,000 years.
A 1,800-year old Chinese herbal remedy for an upset stomach may boost the effectiveness of chemotherapy while reducing its side effects, according to a study conducted by researchers from Yale University and published in the journal Science Translational Medicine.
We have relied on herbs and herbal medicine to treat our ailments and conditions for centuries, and yet even today when so much more is known about herbs and their medicinal properties, many look down on them as being "quackery".
Back pain is twenty times more painful than other body pains because these complex muscles are located so close to the spinal cord. Commonly-prescribed drugs for back pain can have serious side effects; even over-the-counter drugs can cause stomach problems and liver damage.
Chinese herbal medicine is one of the oldest forms of medicine with the earliest known written herbal formulas dating back to the 3rd century BC. Chinese medicine teaches that people are either in harmony or out of harmony. Disease is caused by disharmony and cured by restoring harmony to the body.
Ginkgo biloba (the Maidenhair tree) is a deciduous tree native to China, Korea and Japan. Ginkgo leaves and seeds have a long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine for a range of conditions.
Due to rapidly growing interest among the general population in treatments other than conventional drugs and surgery, many in mainstream medicine are adopting this dual modus operandi when it comes to prescribing treatment options to their patients.
Increasingly, Chinese herbal medicine (CHM) is being put to the test by Western scientists - and the results are sometimes not only successful but downright astounding.
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The Natural Therapist
Issue: 31 No.3 | Nov 2017
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