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Exciting News!  GinSen Fertility Open Evening – 26 June 2014

• Chelsea Clinic: 6.00-8.00 pm, Friday, 11 July 2014 at 157 Kings Road, London SW3 5TX
• Swiss Cottage Clinic: 6.00-8.00 pm, Friday, 18 July 2014 at 11 Harben Parade, Swiss Cottage, London NW3 6JP

Conception is the very first step towards having a baby, but for some becoming pregnant is not straightforward.

GinSen’s experts have in-depth experience of dealing with fertility problems, gained over thirty years of clinical practice. Our excellent reputation is based on the successful results we have achieved for our many satisfied clients.

At our Open Evening we will discuss our Fertility Treatment Programme. Topics covered will include:

1. How Traditional Chinese Medicine views Fertility and why it is so successful in dealing with Fertility problems
2. GinSen’s Four Step Fertility Programme
3. Treatment by Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine
4. Case Studies

GinSen’s highly qualified Practitioners are trained in Traditional Chinese and Western medicine. We focus on the treatment and prevention of disease and place great emphasis on good health through lifestyle management. Patients receive personalised treatment most suited to their particular condition and individual needs.

Space is limited – Please book your place as soon as possible

Telephone: 0207 722 4044, 10.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday

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GinSen helped me Conceive After Three Years of Trying- 27th April 2014 

“I have a healthy baby.” Emma was so happy – she feared she would never say those words.

Emma had been trying to conceive naturally for three years. Becoming pregnant had proved elusive. Despite extensive tests and investigations, doctors had found no reason for her failure to conceive, everything seemed to be normal. This experience is not unusual – around one in seven couples in the UK experience difficulty in conceiving.

Emma has overcome her fertility problems with the help of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She had not thought about using TCM but a friend recommended GinSen and she thought she would keep an open mind. She met with Lily at Ginsen, who explained the TCM approach to infertility – an approach which is completely different to that of western medicine.

Practitioner Lily, who is a member of The British Acupuncture Council, explains “Chinese Medicine treats the whole body, re-energising and balancing the whole system. Treatment is personalised for each person or couple and focuses on ensuring the reproductive system is in optimum condition and working in harmony with the rest of the body. The body is prepared for conception by: balancing the hormones, improving the general health of the reproductive organs, improving the quality of the eggs and sperm, promoting good blood circulation, particularly in the pelvic area, and regulating the menstrual flow.”

Following her initial consultation with Lily, Emma commenced her treatment plan, which involved acupuncture, and herbal medicine – the latter to be taken twice a day, morning and evening, as well as diet and lifestyle advice. She had twice weekly consultations with Lily, who monitored her condition and adjusted her herbal remedy in response to the changes in her condition.

Four weeks later Emma had the joy of discovering she was pregnant. On 21 April 2012 she gave birth to a healthy baby girl at St Mary’s Hospital, London.

Emma says: “I am so grateful to Lily. Our baby has brought us so much joy. She has transformed our lives. We had begun to fear that we might never have a baby”






Codyceps – 12 May 2013

“Natural Cordyceps is mainly produced in Qinghai-Tibet, a plateau with an altitude over 3,000 meters. Limited by the geographica constraints, natural resources are scarce and expensive.”
Cordyceps can be compared with ginseng.  It is “sweet in taste and moderate in property”, contains not only nutrients such as amino acids, trace elements and vitamins needed by the human body, but also boosts functions such as anti-fatigue and anti-aging, and enhances immunity and sexual function,   It also strengthens the lungs and benefits the kidney, as well as multiple functions of nourishing essence, stopping bleeding and resolving phlegm. What is more, it can enhance platelet formation as well as boost the lowering of blood sugar. Most of all, it is said to kill laryngeal cancer cells, since it affects protein synthesis and inhibits the growth of cancer cells, enhance the body’s own capability of cancer prevention.









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