Ailment Protocols

What Ailments Can Chinese Medicine Address? 

Chinese Medicine 

Kidney Yang Deficiency

Kidney Yin Deficiency

Liver Qi Stagnation

Spleen Qi Deficiency

Blood Deficiency-Stagnation

Internal Wind

Lurking Latent Pathogens


Blood Sugar Balancing

Metabolic Syndrome


Facial Rejuvenation

Male Sexual Health




Osteoporosis-Bone Strength

Weight Maintenance


Heart Health-Circulation




Women's Health

Breast Health


Female Libido


Interstitial Cystitis

Irregular Periods




Uterine Fibroids



Vaginal Dryness-Pain






Hair Loss




Pain Relief



Rheumatoid Arthritis

Muscle Cramps

Lower Back Pain

Sciatica-IT Band

Trauma-Sports Injuries

Compartment Syndrome

Foot Pain

Knee Pain-Weakness

Plantar Fasciitis

Shoulder Pain


Neurological Disorders

Bell's Palsy




Parkinson's Disease

Stroke Recovery

Restless Leg Syndrome


Lung Health



Loss of Smell


Smoking Cessation



Adrenal Exhaustion



Acid Reflux

Bowel Movements

Crohn's Disease



Irritable Bowel Syndrome


Gum Disease

Peptic Ulcer

Stomach Problems

Emotional Health





Sleep Support

Stress Relief

Fatty Liver Disease




Sense Organs

Ears-Hearing Loss




Wei Qi-Immune Support



Lymph Drainage

Seasonal Allergies

wellness acupressure points for prevention

Aroma Acu-therapy™ for Wellness and Preventative Care

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Kidney 3

Apply the Water Element Aroma Acu-Stick® to activate Acupressure Point KI 3

Why? Acu-point Kidney 3 is the Source Point of the Kidney energetic organ system that stores Essence which when depleted causes symptoms of aging according to Traditional Chinese Medicine.

earth-acupressure essential oilsStomach 36

Apply the Earth Element Aroma Acu-Stick® to activate Acupressure Point ST 36

Why? Acu-point Stomach 36 calms the mind, nourishes Qi and Blood, fortifies the Spleen, and boosts vital energy. It is a major point for boosting the immune system and maintaining wellness.

metal-acupressure essential oilsLarge Intestine 4

Apply the Metal Element Aroma Acu-Stick® to activate Acupuncture Point LI 4

Why? LI 4 works together with Liver 3 to invigorate the circulation of Blood and Qi and when the two points are used together the therapy is referred to as the "Four Gates" and helps to promote the correct flow of Qi and Blood throughout the body.

wood-acupressure essential oilsLiver 3

Apply the Wood Element Aroma Acu-Stick® to activate Acupressure Point LV 3   

Why? LV 3 is the energy source point for the Liver energetic organ system that is able to normalize the Liver function as Liver Qi Stagnation is often the root cause of dozens of diseases and pain conditions.

fire-acupressure essential oilsPericardium 6

Apply the Fire Element Aroma Acu-Stick® to activate Acupuncture Point Pericardium 6

Why? Acu-point PER 6 calms the mind and helps to normalize emotional imbalances which can lead to body-level disharmonies according to the Five Elements Theory of Chinese medicine.

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For best possible outcomes using self-care, combine associated Aroma Acu-Sticks® to acu-points, topical remedies, and good lifestyle practices.

It is our intention here at Ageless Herbs® to provide individuals with the educational material and quality herbal remedies to help you in your self-care efforts to improve your health and to promote wellness. We are not one of those herbal companies that hypes amazing cures or quick fixes to health problems that have developed over many years. Instead, we believe that our customers possess the intelligence to choose an enlightened path to health that takes many possible avenues of healing therapies. It is important that you know where your herbal medicine comes from! Please learn more about us.

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Acupressure Points for Specific Health Conditions, Pain, and Chronic Diseasewellness acupressure points for prevention

To support your self-care initiatives, we provide acupressure point combinations on each ailments page for specific health conditions. These are not acu-point prescriptions written in stone; rather, they are a possible viable acupressure treatment protocol. There are many approaches that you may decide to take, and many points that treat the same conditions. It is often said, "If you put 100 licensed acupuncturists in a room to evaluate a single patient they would come up with 100 different treatment strategies. (The same is often said about herbalist too.) This is why it is called a "healing art". As you learn more details about more of the acupressure points that we detail on this website you will activate the healer within and start to come up with your own creative acupressure solutions for your health conditions and to ease suffering for your loved ones.

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How Does Self-care Address Chronic Illness and Pain?pain Chinese herbal remedy foot soak

It is said that ‘there are a thousand ways to heal’. Over the years, we have encountered individuals who have fallen in to poor health due to innumerable reasons and unexpected stresses and demands that have not allowed them to focus on their wellness. We believe in people’s ability to discern health conditions that require immediate critical care, and those health conditions that can be self-treated. We also know that there are those who understand that their issues can only be addressed over time, and there really is no ‘magic bullet pill’ when it comes to chronic health conditions. 

It is true that you may need to read through many of the articles provided before you truly understand the patterns of imbalance that have attributed to your particular suffering; we understand that we have not provided one perfect herbal remedy that will resolve all of your suffering. Instead, we are offering you an opportunity to traverse a healing journey with a bit of guidance, and sound educational information on how Chinese herbal therapy can assist you in true wellness. By taking in to consideration both your constitutional imbalances and symptoms you can find the correct constitutional formula addressing the organ-level imbalances.

It is important that you understand that you will ultimately determine the course of your treatment plan with the self-care tools provided. You must read the related articles and educational information relating to Chinese medicinal theory to decide the course of action that is best for you. Aroma Acu-therapy® for self-care is self-empowering and Ageless Herbs is about self-empowerment, and thus, taking control of your health; it’s about reversing the accumulating effects of aging on your body, and about accumulating tools and knowledge for healthy aging and longevity. We offer refreshing options for maintaining health and wellness for a generation that has inspired inventive solutions that have influenced an entire culture. There are many roads to wellness, and each individual must choose the correct path for their journey.

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How Can I Use Natural Chinese Medicine for Chronic Ailment Related to Aging?

With the passage of the ‘warrior’ years, and the ‘diplomat years’, the boomer generation is now passing into a fruitful time of wisdom, self-growth, and patient progress with iGen and Millennials following close behind. Understanding that time passes, regardless of our harried action or inaction, we are able to advance with accumulated knowledge at a new tempo with advanced age.

As our life begins to allow the luxury of introspection, our attention begins to focus on recuperation and rejuvenation of our body and mind. Free of the urges for immediate gratification and pressing needs of family and career, we are finally able to take a deep breath and begin nurturing ourselves. It is within this new chapter of our life that new options for sustainable health are sought out and utilized.

During the early years of life, our bodies are resilient and free of disease. As our bodies begin to show the wear and tear of life’s challenges, our illusions of immortality begin to fade. Our generation is not satisfied with the prognosis of a slow decline in health over 30 or 40 years until our eventual death; we would like to live fully until the day we die.

We do not want the modern marvels of medicine to replace our knees; we want to prevent the deterioration of our joints and to stay flexible. We are not impressed that insulin shots slow the eventual complications from diabetes; we want to maintain healthy blood sugar levels and nourish our pancreas, thus avoiding diabetes. We don’t want to end up in the emergency room for life saving heart surgery; we want to keep our heart strong and maintain a healthy circulatory system.

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