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Chinese Therapy in Hong Kong - Chinese Therapy is synonymous with Sheung Wan in Hong Kong island. The therapists employ Chinese medicines, many of which have more than 400 ingredients.
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Chinese Therapy in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has large number of therapists who provide relief from the ailments dogging people for years. These therapists employ Chinese medicine for the cure, which have been around for the age of the ill for ages.

Ingredients
Chinese medicines have large number of ingredients. Some of these even have more than 400 ingredients. Mounds of dried seafood, fungi and roots can be seen and all these are used in the making of these medicines. Even objects like jinseng and birds' nests are also used for preparing the medicines.

History
Conventional Chinese medicine has its roots in Taoist philosophy. The philosophy reiterates the classical Chinese belief that individual human experiences express causative principles effective in the environment at all scales. Modern Chinese narrations of traditional Chinese medicine emphasize its compatibility with modern science.

Sheung Wan
Sheung Wan in Hongkong island is the place for Chinese Therapy. It would be very easy to find shops of herbalists who provide on-the-spot consultation. Wing Lok Street is known for ginseng and birds' nests shops. Des Voeux Road is for dried seafood. Alleys in the vicinity of Ko Shing Street and east of Wo Fung are also known for Chinese herbalists.