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【How to Control Summer Heat】- TCM Summer Patch is the solution

Many of you might have seen the Yin and Yang symbol in a variety of contexts, such as martial art movies or animations. Did you know that this perfectly symmetrical and elegant symbol has thousands of years of history and holds a very elemental and complexed story behind it? Yin and Yang are not just famous for being the main principle of Chinese martial arts and exercises, but also for having the important cultural value. Yin and Yang are the origin of classical Chinese science and philosophy, as well as being the primary guide line in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

  In TCM, Yin and yang are described as two opposite-different elements or forces in their individual qualities and nature but they are complementary, interdependent, and interconnected in the natural world. Everything contains Yin and Yang. They might give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Two energies are balanced, they are equal but still separate. There is always some Yin within Yang and vice versa. Everything around us is always related to something else. 

  In balance, the relationship is one of harmony. Everything in your life just flows and moves seamlessly in harmony. Our body, mind, emotions, and spirit can adjust and readjust to the circumstances in our lives.  The fundamental theory of TCM is to keep the balance of Yin and Yang in each person, when person reaches the harmony of Yin and Yang, our body can be at the most peaceful status.


  Yin and Yang are often symbolized and assorted into two separate but integrated groups, by its nature.

In the Chinese Lunar Calendar, Sanfu refers to the three 10-day periods that are predicted to be the hottest days of the year, which are called Toufu, Zhongfu and Mofu. As sanfu approaches, people are preparing to get TCM Summer Patches. These Summer Patch treatments or sanfu herbal patches are based on the TCM principle of yin and yang, and have been proven to be effective. Summer is when the treatments are done, to take advantage of the yang elements, to anticipate and relieve many conditions.

TCM OASIS Summer Patches on Promotion Now

Why should you consider summer patches?

  According to TCM, snafu herbal patches are an effective and wise way to treat potential illness in winter ahead of summer. In wintertime, a person’s yang elements are lacking, so chronic diseases attributed to a “cold nature”, such as coughs, asthma and arthritis, will occur or worsen when winter arrives. It’s important to take advantage of summer time when yang elements are abundant to anticipate and relieve a number of “cold nature” conditions.

What are summer patches?

  TCM summer patches are a treatment method in which processed Chinese herbal preparations are applied directly to specific acupoints during the Sanfu period. Snafu herbal patches are “hot” in nature and contain herbs such as ginger, semen brassicae. The patches when applied to specific acupuncture points, usually on the back and neck, replenish the yang elements.

What conditions can be treated?

  Through years of clinical practices, it’s been proven that TCM summer patches are effective at improving a person’s immunity and are effective in 80% of treatments for asthma, chronic, bronchitis, allergic rhinitis, chronic pharyngitis and colds

OASIS TCM Summer Patches Promotion Details

Sanfu Period for 2017

▶ 1st period “Toufu”: July 12th – July 21st

▶ 2nd period “Zhongfu” Session 1: July 22nd – July 31st; Session 2: August 1st – August 10th

▶ 3rd period “Mofu”: August 11th – August 20th 


 RMB 499 (for 4 patches)


▶ Applicable to adults and children over 6 months

  Patches should be applied on a day of your choosing during each of the three 10 day periods

▶ A 7-10 day interval should be kept between patch application

▶ Summer patch application should be continued consecutively for the folloing 3 to 5 Summers

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