Chinese Herbalist Linh Quach

Health is our greatest wealth. That is the philosophy of my Chinese and Vietnamese parents. They used Chinese Herbal Medicine almost every other day. In their soups and stews to improve digestion, in winter to improve our immune system, for my mother during her pregnancy and after, and especially for anti-aging effects from imperial desert recipes.

It was not until my training at Western Sydney University when I discovered that this method of healing was over 2000 years old. In Nanjing Hospital in China, I was astonished to see it used medically to heal people with heart disease, boost fertility in women and men, treat chronic sinus infections, just to name a few. Poulsbo, Seattle was where the art of Medical Pulse Diagnosis became a keystone to diagnosing and prescribing herbal medicine.

Linh Quach