Japanese Traditional Medicine

The Japanese Traditional Medicine otherwise called as Kampo has its drug formulation dates back by more than 1500 years. Recent decades have seen a revival of Kampo medicine in medical practice, accompanied by a scientific reevaluation and critical examination of its relevance in modern health care. Traditional herbal medicine has been gradually reemerged and 148 different herbal extract formulations are found in the National Health Insurance drug list. As a result of the recent study, Kampo proves to provide effective treatment to dementia and other refractory diseases. Kampo also proves to improve cognitive function. It is also found that Kampo medicine is effective in treating liver disease and gastrointestinal disorder.

  • Track 1-1 Naturopath Physicians
  • Track 2-2 Chinese Medicine Practitioners
  • Track 3-3 Acupuncturists
  • Track 4-4 Other Alternative Medicine Professionals

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