By carefully accessing each individual's body constitution through symptoms, tongue and pulse diagnosis, we can understand the imbalances in the organs and treat them accordingly with acupuncture and herbs.




Imagine a train map. The lines represent the meridians where Qi vital energy flows and each station represents an acupuncture point. Each line belongs to an organ and each station has a specific function. With acupuncture treatment, thin needles are inserted into the superficial skin at specific acupuncture points. 

By stimulating these points, we can affect the flow of Qi and Blood through the body’s meridians - a network that transports the essential nutrients to the organ systems. Acupuncture treatment is relatively painless and is safe and hygienic.

How does Acupuncture work 

  • Promote healing
  • Release blockage
  • Improve circulation
  • Pain relief
  • Relax the muscles
  • Balance biochemical and signaling pathways
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Regulate hormones
  • Modulate parasymp
  • athetic pathway to help us relax
  • Doppler - Increase blood flow with needle stimulation
  • MRI- Show cerebral action during acupuncture, indicating an “acupoint-brain-organ” pathway




    Medical Herbs


    Ben Cao Gang Mu 《本草纲目》 (Compendium of Materia Medica), published in 1596, is the most complete and comprehensive medical book ever written in the history of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It was compiled and written by Li Shi Zhen, a medical expert of the Ming Dynasty over a period of 30 years.

    Each herb has an energetic property such as warming or cooling and has a specific function that travels to certain organs. For example, ginseng is warming and enters the Lung and Spleen meridian to tonify Qi.

    All our medicinal herbs contain Chinese herbs, animal parts and/or minerals as active ingredients. Their safety and quality all comply with the strict guidelines under the Health Science Authority in Singapore. No endangered species are used in our clinic.