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Historic background

Historic background and origins correlated to our Chinese fertility and IVF procedure support formulations.


In order to better understand our formulas and the connection to anti-aging formulas dated 2000 Years ago we have shortened the philosophic aspect and principals of Chinese traditional medicine origin and its development in china and the spreading of the wisdom to the western world to a short article and easy to read.

Anti-aging in the Chinese medicinal aspect means getting "black hair" again and that means getting younger. Our formulas based on this aspect revive the function of the ovaries and the men's semen production and functionality.

According to Dr. Robert Goldman, Chairman of the Board of the A4M,(Chicago-based American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine) expecting in the next five years to build over 10,000 anti-aging hospitals, elite medical spas, Olympic-level sports medicine facilities, and anti-aging out-patient health check clinics.

We have adopted one of the most ancient medical systems on earth and embracing it within 28 years of experience into the most modern and advanced formulation that support infertility and well-being of the organs responsible for a healthy pregnancy results in healthy born babies.(read our customer survey and success rates here)

The values of Chinese medicine are embedded in books such as the Yellow Emperor's Inner Canon and the Treatise on Cold Damage, as well as in cosmological notions like yin-yang and the five phases.

Huangdi Neijing, also identified as Yellow Emperor's Internal Principle (Inner canon) for health promotion wisdom, it is an ancient Chinese medical manuscript that has been preserved as the ultimate doctrinal foundation for Chinese medicine for more than two millennia.

 It is analogous in significance to the Hippocratic Corpus in Greek medicine or the works of Galen in Islamic and medieval European medicine.

 The work is collected of two texts each of eighty-one chapters or discourses in a question-and-answer format between the mythical Huangdi and six of his similarly mythical ministers.

TCM's has a slight importance on anatomical structures, but is mostly concerned with the identification of useful entities. This controls digestion, breathing, aging etc.

While health is professed as harmonious interaction of these entities and the outside world, disease is understood as a disharmony in interaction. TCM diagnosis aims to trace symptoms to patterns of an underlying disharmony, by measuring the pulse, inspecting the tongue, skin, and eyes, and looking at the eating and sleeping habits of the patient as well as many other things.

In traditional Chinese herbal medicine, plants are the most commonly, but not solely. The efficiency of this medical system remains poorly documented in the western world but in the Chinese literature.

The Yellow Emperor's Inner Canon, the hoariest received work of Chinese medical concept, was amassed around the first century BCE on the foundation of shorter texts from diverse medical lineages. Transcribed in the form of dialogues between the legendary Yellow Emperor and his ministers. This dialogue offers explanations on the relation between humans, their environment, and the cosmos, on the insides of the body, human vitality and pathology and on the symptoms of diseases, and how to make diagnostic and therapeutic resolutions in light of all these factors. Although previously texts like Recipes for Fifty-Two Ailments, which was exhumed in the 1970s from a tomb that had been sealed in 168 BCE, the Inner Canon excluded the influence of spirits and the use of any kind of magic practices. It was also one of the first books in which the cosmological principles of Yinyang and the Five Phases were brought to a mature synthesis.

Yin and yang are earliest Chinese perceptions which can be traced back to the Shang dynasty (1600–1100 BC). They characterize two abstract and complementary aspects that every phenomenon in the universe can be divided into. Primeval analogies for these aspects are the sun-facing (yang) and the shady (yin) side of a mountain. Two other frequently used mimetic symbols of yin and yang are water and fire. In the yin-yang theory, detailed ascriptions are made regarding the yin or yang character of things. Yin and yang depiction also encompasses the various body functions, and – more significantly – to disease symptoms, cold and heat sensations are assumed to be yin and yang symptoms, respectively. Therefore, yin and yang of the body are seen as phenomena whose lack comes with distinctive symptom combinations.

The Wu Xing, also recognized as the Five Elements, Five Phases is a conceptual structure that various traditional Chinese fields used to clarify a wide array of occurrences, from cosmic cycles to the interaction between internal organs, and from the sequence of political systems to the properties of medicinal drugs. The "Five Phases" are Wood, Fire , Earth, Metal and Water . This order of arrangement is identified as the "mutual generation" sequence. In the order of "mutual conquest" or "mutual overcoming", they are Wood, Earth, Water, Fire, and Metal. "Wu Xing" is commonly explained as Five Elements and this is used broadly by many including practitioners of Five Element acupuncture.

1. Our herbs formulation products based on Anti-aging formulations and implemented to support the IVF procedure:

A. Women's FSH Support

Women who plans to perform IVF treatment and encounters a problem with high FSH levels and therefor bad quality eggs, can use this formula to get ready for the treatment. While they are using this formula, FSH levels in 50% of the cases are reduced whereas improve the egg quality.

B. Prenatal Herbal Support

In many cases the IVF procedure goes well with good quality eggs but there is no implantation - this is where this formula helps in implantation of the embryo. This formulation helps with warming the blood supply to the uterus. (Resembles incubator conditions)This results in increasing blood flow supplied by oxygen to the uterus and enhancing the embryo implantation and results in pregnancy.

C. Uterine health support

Women who are using donor eggs are getting support with this formula to help it implant.

D. Men's herbal support

50% of failed IVF treatments are due to low sperm quality. This formula will help to improve sperm quality.

2. Our product for IUI (injecting the semen directly to the uterus by a syringe- it is one step before trying for IVF)

A. First step Herbal Support

The use of the women FSH formulation, when taken in conjunction with the hormone treatment such as Pergonal, Menopur, Gonal-F and Follistimm helps to disperse the unwanted accumulated fluids and to increase the body's temperature by regulating its normal blood supply. Specific herbs are included in the formula to help warm the blood supply to the uterus walls and specifically to the uterine lining. This results in increasing blood flow supplied by oxygen to the uterus and enhancing the embryo implantation.

3. Our product for Natural Fertility-for women who want to conceive naturally.

A. Parents' Herbal Support

Specific herbs are included in this formula (for women who are not taking any hormones) to help warm the blood supply to the uterus walls and specifically to the uterine lining. This results in increasing blood flow supplied by oxygen to the uterus and enhancing the embryo implantation and results in pregnancy.