HerbalHeal is a company specializing in providing health, health care and treatment. It is composed of a team of registered Chinese medicine practitioners, naturopaths, orthopedic specialists, nutritionists, electronics, IT and mechanical engineers. Using traditional Chinese medicine and Chinese medicine, combining modern technology, scientific research and production of Chinese medicine treatment instruments, Chinese medicine health products and opening Chinese medicine clinics. All products are developed, managed and quality controlled by Hong Kong to ensure that the quality meets the world's safety standards. Our strength is to treat diabetes and its complications, and to exempt diabetic patients from taking drugs for life.
HerbalHeal Combines the traditional Chinese medicine meridian theory and modern medical electronic technology, the "Acupoints Self-healing Activation System" (ASAS), can be used to treat skin and flesh externally, muscles and bones, and internal regulation. Viscera. The unique waveform resembles traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture, but it eliminates the pain caused by needle puncture. Through the bio-electric current, it sends acupuncture to the nerves and underlying muscles, improves the circulation of qi and blood, stimulates the body's self-repair ability, and achieves the purpose of disease treatment and disease-free health care.
With HerbalHeal, with a healthy and high qualify life at the same time.
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