Allergy (Hay fever, Sinus) Treatment

Allergic rhinitis are allergic reactions caused by pollen and other allergens such as pests, pet fur and etc. Unlike the name, dry grass (usually) is not the cause of the problem, nor does it bring fever.

  • There are two types of nasal allergies – seasonal and perennial. The former is due in spring / summer when the trees and grass release pollen. Perennial rhinitis affects a person throughout the year. It is caused by common allergies such as pests, pet fur and others. When the symptoms appear in spring or summer, the doctor calls it an allergic fever.
  • Allergic fever also attacks during winter because fungi grow in damp and dark.
  • Asthma and allergic fever are closely related in the sense of people with allergic fever are more likely to have asthma.

Allergy Fever in Children

Children can get allergic fever? Children are unlikely to have allergic fever. This is because they mostly live in the house. Symptoms like runny nose and itchy eyes are experienced throughout the year often showing rhinitis. But if he has symptoms only during certain times of the year, allergic fever can be a cause.

  • Hay fever can be a genetic trait, that is, children are more likely to have allergic fever if parents or siblings have allergies.
  • Children who are exposed to cigarette smoke in their early life may have an allergic fever.
  • Children born by a higher income family and those born in a lower family are likely to be allergic to fever.
  • Children who are allergic to cow’s milk have a higher risk of allergic fever.

Signs of Allergic Fever in Children:

Continuous sneezing and runny nose are allergic to the signs of allergies. Other symptoms of allergic fever in children include:

  1. itchy or watery eyes
  2. Itchy or eczematous
  3. Itching in the ear
  4. Tuberculosis
  5. chest tight
  6. nasal congestion

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Allergy (Food and Cross Reactions) Treatment

Food allergy problems in children are increasingly widespread in developing countries.
The most common type of allergy to children and infants is food allergy, eczema, asthma and allergic rhinitis.
Sometimes this condition will disappear or recover itself when the child is older and some experience it over a lifetime. Although allergic reactions can be controlled with medication, it can be restored at any time if the trigger is not avoided.
Food allergies usually improve spontaneously within 3 years, but these are often replaced with respiratory allergies. Therefore, it is better to prevent the development of allergies from the very beginning.

What causes allergies?

Children with allergies produce antibodies to certain foods. When children eat or drink allergy-inducing foods, these antibodies will conflict with the food and start allergic reactions.
This reaction releases chemicals (such as histamine) which causes allergy symptoms.
If one parent has allergies, the percentage of chances of their child getting allergic is about 40%. If both parents have an allergic history, the opportunity will increase to 75% for each child. Often children will inherit the same allergies with their parents, mothers or siblings.

Other factors that can cause a baby

Passive exposure to cigarette smoke during pregnancy or newborns increases the risk for allergies in early life. Diet mom during pregnancy and during breastfeeding.

Concerned about any allergic reaction as follows:

  • rashes around the mouth of the child, nose and eyes, and may spread throughout your child’s body
  • nausea, vomiting and / or diarrhea
  • light swelling on her lips, eyes and face
  • runny nose or stuffy nose, sneezing, watery eyes
  • throat swelling and / or itchy mouth
  • swelling in the throat and mouth
  • difficult to swallow or talk
  • difficult to breathe – asthma or throat


Allergies and Eczema Herbal Treatment

Skin allergy problems are no strangest among Malaysians, but also the world’s population. Skin is a huge organ for humans, and is the most common body. It should be noted that skin disease is a disease that always comes and goes.

It can not be completely removed but can be controlled like other chronic diseases. This is because the main cause of the disease is more to the correlation between the internal and external factors, rather than simply germs that can be eliminated with antibiotic treatment. And one of the problems in the skin is allergies. This happens because many factors include disorders in the immune system, medicine or infection.

Atopic disease of dermatitis (eczema) is often associated with heredity and allergic factors. It is a skin inflammatory disease that causes severe itching and can disrupt the quality of sleep and daily life. Usually, it begins to appear in children before the age of two and often shows symptoms in the form of ‘tide and receding’, which sometimes appears remission and sometimes exacerbation.

However, for severe levels, patients may experience symptoms of skin irritation and prolonged inflammation. Among the signs of eczema atopic disease include dry, red, and scaly skin conditions. It gets worse when scratched over.

If left untreated, the skin will get tired of the consequence of the continuous graft that causes germs to enter deeper skin areas and cause infection. This infection thereby enhances the cycle of eczema atopic symptoms. Furthermore, injured skin areas due to continuous grooming will also leave the scar and the skin hard, scaly and dry.

This inflammation involves certain skin areas according to the age of the patient. In general, eczema atopics often involve the area of the face, body, front of the knee and the back of the elbow or extensor surface in the baby. For older and adult children, it often involves the flexor surface, such as the back of the knee, the elbows, the ankle, the neck and the eye.

Eczema atopic patients also often experience other allergic diseases such as allergic conjunctivitis, allergic rhinitis and asthma or bronchial asthma.

The nearest family members also often have the same skin problems or allergic diseases. Eczema and allergic diseases are often severe when they are exposed to substances that promote the production and activation of inflammatory and allergic cells. For example, seafood, hot and dry weather, dust, stress or depression, pests or bacterial infections. What is surprising is the ingredients in facial cleansing products and the body is also able to increase skin inflammation in eczema patients.

Skin care that tends to allergies:

1. Avoid a product known as a common allergen, eg latex.

2. Be careful: If you want to try detergents, care items such as sunscreen or makeup, first try. Make sure you have another replacement if your skin starts to respond.

3. Follow the same regimen for any product that will touch your skin. This may sound trivial compared to the continued use of “magic products”. However, your skin is a sensitive organ and when it is not happy, nobody will be happy.

4. Alergen can kill. The principle “There is a way to succeed if you keep trying” can not be used here. Do not expect fate by trying the same allergen repeatedly. It will not ease your symptoms. In fact, it will make it worse.

5. If you find yourself suddenly suffering from allergies, see doctor or go to the emergency room immediately. Anaphylactic shock can be fatal.

Alcoholism Treatment

Liver-related alcoholism, or alcoholic liver disease, is a liver disease associated with excessive use of alcohol. It involves a spectrum of liver disease that includes alcoholic steatosis (simple fatty liver or simple steatosis or fat accumulation in liver cells), alcoholic hepatitis (inflammation of liver cells), and alcoholic cirrhosis (destruction of liver cells and replacement of tissue with tissue scars). This can cause serious health problems such as great fatigue, and liver failure leading to impotence, erroneousness, and death.

Here are some steps to help individuals to stop drinking between these steps:

(1) The first step and the best way to prevent yourself from becoming a drug addict is to acknowledge yourself as a drinker.
(2) Change your lifestyle. Stay away from places that can serve alcohol (night clubs, parties and dancing parties) until you can control yourself from drinking. When you resolve this problem,
ask for juice, soda or coffee instead, if you attend certain occasions.
(3) If your friends invite you to drink alcohol to celebrate their ceremony, explain to those you have stopped. You can find new friends if they disagree with your actions.
(4) Get social support by attending a motivational / self-help group meeting to strengthen your stand.
(5) Parental supervision is important in order for their children not to be trapped in these negative symptoms. By investigating who their children are friends and so on.
(6) Know your limits and limitations and keep this principle in mind.
(7) Bring out all your problems to those who listen to it and who care about you.
Perhaps this will reduce your grief and avoid getting alcohol.
(8) Find other ways to calm yourself apart from alcohol (hobbies, exercises, physical activity and movie watching)
(9) Be aware that you are a symbol and a good model for your children as they learn from what they see.
(10) Strengthen your religious beliefs. All religions prohibit alcohol consumption and abuse.

1.Please e-mail or WhatsApp us your medical report,
2. Then we will advise and take the necessary treatment either by taking herbal medicines or coming to our treatment center undergoing the treatment of The Tole neuro acupuncture treatment.
3.Once our medical report is accepted and you agree with the medical advice provided. You can make payments to us and herbal medicines will be sent to your home.

It will take about 3 to 5 business days depending on the area of your residence.


Alcoholic Liver Disease Treatment

The liver is the second largest organ in the human body, the liver is also one of the complex organs other than the brain. The liver serves to process what we eat or drink, and filter the toxic substances that circulate in the blood, regulate the metabolism of sugar, and help fight the infection. This process can be disturbed when too much fat in the liver. Under normal conditions of fat can be found in the liver, but if the amount of fat in the liver has reached 5-10% then liver function can be disturbed.

The liver is an organ that can repair and regenerate new cells if there is any damage, but continuous and chronic bad habits such as alcohol consumption can cause liver regeneration ability to cause severe liver damage. Fatty liver fatty liver is a condition that is often found, but the symptoms of this fatty liver are usually only present when the disease begins to worsen.

Once consumed, alcohol will go into the bloodstream, then digested in the liver so as not to endanger other organs. When digesting alcohol, some of the liver cells are damaged and dead. Chronic alcoholic habits can cause liver damage, as the liver can not perform its function, one of which is digesting fat, so fat accumulates in the liver and fatty liver.

In 1 bottle of beer or 4 glasses of wine, contained 12 g of alcohol. Alcohol consumption threshold as a fatty liver risk factor is over 60-80 g per day for ten years for males, and 20-40 g per day for females. Consumption up to 160 g per day can pose a risk of liver cirrhosis up to 25 times.

In most cases, fatty liver does not cause symptoms until a severe stage. Symptoms arise depending on how severe the damage is. Here are the stages of liver damage from alcohol:

Alcoholic fever

Drinking a lot of alcohol, though only a few days can cause fat accumulation in the liver. This condition is not permanent and generally does not cause symptoms. Fats that accumulate in the liver can disappear by itself in 2 weeks if alcohol consumption is stopped.

Alcoholic hepatitis

If alcohol consumption is not stopped, the patient may fall to the next stage, namely alcoholic hepatitis. At this stage there are generally symptoms that cause the patient to be aware of liver damage. This condition can also improve by stopping the consumption of alcohol.


The last stage of fatty liver is cirrhosis. In cirrhosis, liver cells are damaged and can not regenerate. Stopping alcohol consumption will not restore damaged liver cell function, but only works so the damage does not extend.

Symptoms of fatty liver or fatty liver are severe

In the early stages, the symptoms of fatty liver are usually not typical, such as discomfort, abdominal pain, diarrhea, decreased appetite, and drowsiness. As the disease progresses worse, other symptoms may arise:

  • Looks yellow on eyes and skin
  • Swelling in the abdomen and legs
  • Fever, can get shivering
  • Weight loss and muscle mass
  • Blood clotting disorders
  • Vomit blood
  • Coma

THE TOLE’S intensive medication has done years of research on the Liver complications and it has shown very promising results. THE TOLE’S Neuro Acupuncture treatment and Special alcoholic liver Herbal Medicine treatment will help to eliminate all Liver alcoholic complications between 2 weeks to 3 months or more of Intensive Treatment depending on the severances of the Liver.

Age-related macular degeneration Treatment

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a type of vision loss where there is distortion or absence of a central area of vision. Peripheral (side part) vision is usually not affected. AMD tends not to cause complete blindness.

AMD is most common in people aged 50 years and over. Most people affected by AMD can see well enough to be able to live independently, but have difficulty with tasks that require the ability to see in detail such as sewing, driving and reading. Recognizing the Face may be difficult too. There is no cure for AMD. Treatment includes occupational therapy to help people adapt to vision loss.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) occurs in the form of ‘dry’ and ‘wet’. In dry AMD, the most common form, light-sensitive cells in the macula are slowly damaged, resulting in blurred central vision in the eye. The exact cause of dry AMD is unknown, but conditions develop along with aging of the eye. In the ‘wet’ form, abnormal growth of blood vessels in the eye causes blood absorption and protein substances into light-sensitive cells (called photoreceptors) in the macula. This results in damage to the macula and also loss of vision. The wet form is a late / final stage condition.

Symptoms of AMD include:

  • Cannot read books with little light intensity
  • Can not see clearly when the light is lacking, for example a restaurant with a dim light
  • When reading a book, the words in the book look blurry
  • Difficulty in seeing and recognizing someone’s face


Adrenal Adenomas Treatment

Adrenal glands are located on each kidney. Adrenal adenomas are not cancer of the adrenal gland tumor. They arise from the outer layer of the gland, called the adrenal cortex. Adrenal cortex usually produces hormones that fall into the steroid family. If an adrenal adenoma produces a hormone, it is called ‘function’, though this term makes them sound healthy when in fact the adenomas often produce an excessive number of steroid hormones. If adenoma does not produce a hormone called ‘non-functional’.

Most patients with adrenal adenoma will have no symptoms due to adenomas. However, even in patients with free symptoms, an investigation should reveal that many adrenal adenomas produce a number of abnormal steroid hormones for several degrees. The most common abnormalities are the production of too much cortical, steroid hormones involved in response to stress and energy balance. Adenomas that produce a large number of steroid hormones will cause clear symptoms. In large numbers of cortical causes Cushing syndrome, too much aldosterone causes Conn’s Syndrome, and excessive male sex steroids cause acne and hair growth. Rarely, bleeding may occur to adenomas and cause pain in the ribs or back.

Defective adrenal formations are usually accidentally detected in CT or MRI, which are run for other reasons. Not a functionally established clinical and legalized by determining the level of adrenal hormone, as described above. In the adrenal gland adrenal deficiency is rare, except in cases involving both glands.

More rarely, the mass in the adrenal glands is a cancer that has spread from other parts of the body, usually lungs or intestines (‘static meta’ ie cancer). Generally, the origin of cancer is obvious from clinical examination or from easy tests such as X-ray chest. In addition, the appearance of CT or MRI cancer metastasis in the adrenal gland can be distinguished from the adrenal benign adenoma by the use of specific radiology. The adrenal mass may also be adrenal cortex cancer (adrenocortical carcinoma). Although they are very rare, these cancers are usually large and can produce a combination of hormones.

Many adrenals may also arise from the inside of the adrenal glands, which are called adrenal back muscles, which are part of the nervous system and release Adrenaline and Adrenaline hormones. Adrenal back muscles are called phaeochromocytomas, and they can also be distinguished from adenomas by special scan techniques as well as blood and urine tests for Adrenaline and noradrenaline.

All this can be treated by the Chinese Master of Medicine Malaysia herbal treatment, they have shown a high recovery opportunity.


ADHD Treatment

ADHD stands for ‘Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder’, which is a condition that shows symptoms where one can not give full attention (inattentiveness), likes to be impulsive and too hyperactive.

Previously, ADHD was known as ADD ‘Attention Deficit Disorder’. ADHD can be experienced by a child or an adult, but the symptoms usually start in childhood.

ADHD symptoms are multiple and may differ from one individual to another. Only a specialist doctor can identify and make sure. However, parents can identify some early signs as the child grows.

ADHD At Children’s Stage

Children are active and at times it is difficult to control. But, how would you differentiate whether it’s normal ADHD or normal?
Usually children with ADHD have a rather extreme activity.

Kids are always familiar with jumping, running around, climbing table chairs or talking non-stop. But there is a limit.

Whereas ADHD children can not sit still, can not focus or can not focus on something in the long run. However, they can focus on what they are interested in like a video game or something.

ADHD Pada Peringkat Kanak-kanak Sekolah Rendah

Perlu diingat, tidak semua kanak-kanak ADHD berkelakuan hiperaktif sewaktu kecil. Namun jika benar kanak-kanak tersebut mengalami ADHD, simptom akan muncul lebih ketara semasa usia ini. Mereka sukar menumpukan perhatian, bermasalah untuk membuat keputusan yang betul atau merancang sesuatu.

Kanak-kanak di usia ini juga menghadapi masalah dengan kanak-kanak seusianya dalam berkongsi benda, mengikut giliran, membiarkan orang lain bercakap dan menyiapkan kerja sekolah atau tugasan di rumah.

Mereka juga boleh jadi lebih emosional. Jika berlaku sesuatu perkara yang mengecewakan, mereka akan menunjukkannya.

ADHD At Primary School Children Level

Keep in mind, not all ADHD children behave hyperactively during childhood. But if it is true that the child has ADHD, the symptoms will appear more significant at this age. They are hard-pressed, troubled to make the right decision or plan something.

Children of this age also have problems with their age in sharing things, by turn, letting others talk and completing schoolwork or assignments at home.

They can also be more emotional. If something goes wrong, they will show it.

ADHD At Adolescent Level

Increasing the age of adolescents, hyperactive conditions may improve. But the child may still have trouble sitting down or sitting down for a long time.

Teens with ADHD will have problems concentrating on schoolwork but may focus on video games that reward them instantly.

All teens can be emotional, but adolescents with ADHD face a little bit of trouble managing their emotions.

Because they tend to be impulsive, adolescents with ADHD may be more likely to engage in high-risk activities such as fraud and theft.

Safety issues as they operate their motor vehicles should also be noted as they fear they can not control the drive properly.

The Herbal Brain powder medicine and The Tole’s neuro acupuncture treatment is a important part of the recovery for Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Please feel free to contact or email us for further details on ADHD Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Treatment.





Adenomyosis Herbal Treatment

Adenomyosis is a condition in which cells lining the uterus grow into the uterine muscle wall. Adenomyosis is the same as endometriosis and may cause the same symptoms or no symptoms at all.

Adenomyosis is a condition in which cells that normally grow outward into the uterine lining reverse grow into the uterine muscle.

During a woman’s menstrual cycle, these cells are “trapped” to become aroused, which can cause cramping and menstrual bleeding that is more intense than usual.

The symptoms of adenomyosis vary in the menstrual cycle because of the increased estrogen stage, which traces the shedding of the uterine lining.

Symptoms usually disappear or increase after menopause, when a woman’s estrogen stage is initially reduced.

Symptoms of adenomyosis that may include:

  • heavy menstrual bleeding
  • menstruation period is very painful
  • sick during sex
  • bleeding between menstruation periods
  • uterine muscle spasms
  • the uterus is enlarged and soft
  • general pain in the hip region
  • feeling that there is pressure on the urethra and rectum
  • sick during bowel movements

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ADD Herbs Treatment

ADD is difficult to concentrate, can not sit still, and often cuts and interferes with the conversation without thinking first is a symptom of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Although everyone can experience this, but ADD sufferers tend to be unable to control it so that it interferes with normal life activities and achievements.

In addition to appearing at the age of children, ADD conditions can also occur when a person is growing up or getting stronger as you age. Speaking of age, symptoms of ADD can generally be known when children are 4-5 years old. The reason is, at this age, the child has begun to learn to pay attention, can be asked to sit still, and filter his words.

Difficult features to concentrate:

  1. Difficult to pay attention to details so often make mistakes or carelessness.
  2. Difficult to maintain attention or concentration in carrying out an activity.
  3. It often seems to not listen when invited to speak.
  4. Cannot follow the instructions and fail to complete the task, but not because of not being disciplined or not understanding.
  5. It’s difficult to organize various tasks and activities to get a sufficient portion of time.
  6. Often avoid and doubt yourself in tasks that require high concentration.
  7. Often losing important items.
  8. Concentration is easily broken down by disturbances around.
  9. Easy to forget about routine activities.

A person diagnosed with ADD can overcome it with lifestyle changes like the following:

  1. Regular exercise to channel excessive energy that triggers hyperactivity and impulsivity.
  2. Eat healthy food and do not have artificial sweeteners to stabilize the mood.
  3. Enough sleep so as not to be physically and mentally exhausted.
  4. Train yourself to have better time management.
  5. Avoid delaying and immediately carrying out incoming tasks.
  6. Write all the tasks, messages, and important things so that they are not forgotten.
  7. Arrange everything by providing a marker or reminder.
  8. Schedule relationships with friends or partners so you can train yourself to listen more and not talk too fast.
  9. Maintain good relationships with people who understand your ADD situation.

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