Hepatic Cirrhosis

Acupuncture and phytotherapy are successfully used in the treatment of hepatic cirrhosis. The association of these two therapies regulates and accelerates the hepatocelullar regeneration processes; it biases the reabsorption of the regenerative nodules and it clears the hepatic ways of blood circulation. Consequently, it also regulates the blood circulation and the energy flow in the…

Cystitis

An inflammation of the urinary bladder, one that women are most prone to, cystitis may also involve the urethra. It develops both acute and chronic or recurrent forms (with frequent relapses, although the applied treatments have temporary effects). As symptomatology, its clinical picture is defined by the following: dysuria (painful urination) frequent mictions (need to…

Ulcerative Colitis

The cases of ulcerative colitis are caused by an inflammation of the colon and rectum, organs that are often affected by food poisoning. In this disease, the patient complains of acute pains accompanied by blood, pus and mucous residues, meteorism, intestine inflammation , diarrhea, constipation, high fever, anemia, and loss of weight. Its complications are…

Depression

Depression is a mental disease characterized by persistent or recurrent episodes of sadness and pathological melancholy. These episodes last longer than several weeks and have a negative impact upon a person’s social, professional, family and private life. The symptomatology of depression is complex. It differs as intensity and association according to the type of depression:…

Dermatitis

The various types of dermatitis are known as skin diseases with a wide spectrum. Usually, they develop as a red eruption with desquamation and herpes. They may be accompanied by itching, burning and pain.  One of the types is contact dermatitis, which is caused by the contact of the skin with toxins originating from the…

Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is an endocrine disorder defined by the incapacity of the pancreas to produce insulin or by the incapacity of the body to assimilate the insulin produced by the pancreas. The World Health Organization’s statistics for the year 2000 mentioned that diabetes mellitus affects over 230 million people worldwide. Each year about 7 million…

Cancer – Diagnosis, Control and Treatment

At PIRASAN Centre of Traditional Medicine, we treat any type of cancer, from incipient to advanced stages, by complex traditional medicine, and applying Tibetan principles, too. Cancer is related to the patient’s unique state of mind, to his/her distinctive features and lifestyle, as well as to many other factors, which, corroborated, trigger the multiplication of…

Biliary dyskinesia

Biliary dyskinesia defines the disorder of the bile-evacuating mechanism, a disorder due to certain motility dysfunctions of the gall bladder, of the common bile duct or of Oddi sphincter. The Function of the Gall Bladder in the Body The gall bladder is a small sized organ, situated under the liver. It communicates with the liver…

Lumbar discopathy

Lumbar discopathy is a disease of the spinal column manifested by degenerative alterations of the intervertebral disks in the lumbar area.  What are the intervertebral disks?  The spinal column is made up of vertebrae joined together. Each vertebra has a hollow in the middle. Their connection makes the intervertebral canal containing the bone marrow. The…

Pregnancy disfunction

Getting pregnant and giving birth is a source of happiness and vitality, but, at the same time, physical problems may arise, too. The hormonal level rises during the first three months of pregnancy, which makes the chlorhydric acid decrease in the stomach. This fact may cause weakening in the function of the muscles that carry…