Saturday, September 27, 2008

Homeopathic Therapeutic of Infertility

Homeopathic Therapeutic of Infertility - HTI P 2000By Prof Dr Nik Omar

The modern world offers a long list of conventional techniques - IUI, In-Vitro, Test Tube, GIFT, IVF, ICSI, AHT, TET, Surrogate Motherhood, etc. - to overcome infertility or sub-fertility. Despite that, many couples have yet to fulfill their dreams of bearing their own children.
Now, there's new hope for such couples. They can try the treatment developed by Prof Dr Sir Nik Omar, to achieve their wish for the bundle of joy. Using the Technique HTI-P2000 ® that Dr Nik Omar and friends have developed since 1975, more than 1000 couples worldwide have benefited from the results of his more-than-25 years of research.

Dr Nik Omar, DHMS (Lahore)., M.D.Hom., MRSH (London), MFHom (Kel)., FFHom (M'sia), Ph.D (India)., DBM (Pak)., Fbio-Chemic (Karachi)., D.Ac (kel)., M.Ac (M'sia)., M.AcF (Colombo)., M.Ac (Beijing)., M.Ac (Spain), is a well-recognised homeopathy and acupuncture practitioner in Malaysia, and a well-respected alternative medicine practitioner worldwide. He is also one of the pioneers of The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia.

Dr Nik Omar serves as committee member in numerous International Alternative/Complementary Medicine Workgroups, and has presented many papers in international conferences on Complementary Medicine. Currently, Dr Nik Omar serves as a consultant at Homeopathy and Acupuncture Centre in Kota Bharu and Kuala Lumpur, specialising in the treatment of infertility or sub-fertility using an alternative medicine technique, HTI-P2000 Dr Nik Omar.

HTI-P2000 is classified as an Integrated Medicine as it combines two alternative medicine techniques, homeopathy and acupuncture. Both are safe and free from side effects, especially since homeopathic medication are made from natural products, flora and fauna.

Homeopathy, developed by Prof Samuel Hahnemann from Germany, is a system of medicine based on the Law of Similars. Hahnemann described this principle by using a Latin phrase: Similia Similibus Curentur, which means: "Let likes cure likes." It is a principle that has been known for centuries, but Hahnemann has developed this principle into a system of medicine that has been used successfully for the last 200 years. Its continued and rising popularity is due largely to the proven effectiveness of its techniques.

Medical experts in the West are beginning to pay serious attention to these ancient systems of medicine. Countries such as United States of America, France, England, Belgium, Germany and now, Malaysia (in year 2000) have finally given alternative/complementary medicine, homeopathy and acupuncture in particular, their due recognition.

Newly Discovered Technique to Treat Infertility

Most laymen might not be aware of the benefits of using the HTI-P2000 ® Dr Nik Omar Technique to treat infertility. This technique basically overcomes the infertility or sub-fertility problem by letting the body heal itself, that is, through The Natural Way of Healing. Interestingly, alternative medicine practitioners in China has successfully used similar methods to treat infertility as far back as 11 AD.

HTI-P2000 not only helps couples to get babies, but it also improves the immune system, and re-balances the body's internal energy, known as 'qi' in Mandarin or in Homeopathic terminology, the 'Vital Force'.

When given suitable homeopathic remedies, and treated at exact acupuncture points, sub-fertility problems such as irregular menstruation, endometriosis, fibroid, high miscarriage probability, blocked fallopian tube, and PMS for ladies, or azoospermia, low sperm count and impotence for men can be corrected and overcome.

Qualified and Certified Practitioners
It must be emphasised that the HTI-P2000 Technique needs to be administered by a skilled homeopathic doctor, experienced in handling infertility cases, to ensure success. We can only guarantee that practitioners from 'Nik Omar Homeopathy Medical Centre', as listed below, are capable of handling infertility cases using HTI-P2000 effectively. Please refer to them for advise.

Coupled with Doa and Yakin, it is not impossible that a couple, married for 8 years or more, may finally get their bundle of joy - through the HTI-P2000 Technique - Allahu Akhbar !
In Kuala Lumpur:

Homeopathic Medical CentreNo.128 A & B, Jalan Raja Abdullah
Infront Masjid Kg Baru50300
Kuala LumpurMalaysiaTel: 019-9401915
Homeopathic Consultant:
Lady H/Dr Hajjah Faridah A. Hamat
Lord Pandit Prof Dr Sir Nik Omar

In Kg. Gelang Mas, Kelantan:
Hospital Homeopathy Nik OmarNo.122 Taman Universiti,
Kg Gelang Mas17010 Pasir Mas, Kelantan.Malaysia
Tel: 019-9401915
Homeopathic Consultants:
Lady H/Dr Hajjah Zaharah Loman.
Lord Pandit Prof Dr Sir Nik Omar

Some Benefits of Alternative/Complementary Medicine

Safe, with no side effects
Not in contradiction with conventional medicine.
You can still pursue conventional solutions, such as IVF, IUI, GIFT, ICSI, Aht or TET, while taking homeopathic medication or undergoing acupuncture therapy. This treatment method may actually enhance your chances of success as it enhances your body's immune system and returns the body to its natural stability.
Cost is homeopathic medicine is about RM 65.00 per week

Treatment method is simple, and does not involve any surgery or conventional tests.
The HTI-P2000 treatment has been certified by international homeopathy organisations such as MRHP, FAHOM, RIMAC, AHML, IHML and OHMI.

HTI-P2000 uses only natural sources.
If you have sub-fertility problems, you are welcomed to contact us for advise.
" Don't put off to tomorrow, what you can do today. "
We can only strive and try - Allah determines everything
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Friday, September 26, 2008

Getting Baby Via Alternative Medicine

Malaysia Today News

Infertility Treatment

Alternative Way, Natural Method of Infertility

Case History: Mrs M binti M Age 26 yrs. Record No: 5122
Married: 6 years. No children.

Have been trying to get baby by various method such as taking clomidine, IUI, IVF but still failed to get baby.

On receiving news that Prof Dr Nik Omar with his experiencec with alternative method of getting by by Acupuncture and Homeopathy. The patient came to our clinic.

1st Visit: 8 Septeber 2007

Patient came with husband, after getting all history of both husband and wife. I have prescribed Homeopathic medicine Sepia and Chamimilla bid on the first week and second week Puls and Mang Phos.

2nd Visit: 6 Oct 2007

Not much can be seen, the symptoms seem the same. I priscribed Puls and calc Phos bid for one months.

3rd Visit: 9 Nov 2007

Patient continue the medication but we prescribe Sepia and Puls as the symptom slightly changes similar to Sepia and again gave 1 month supply of medication.

4th Visit: 8 December 2007.

Patient came back and told us the the menses absent or late for one week. Due to the new sign, and I suspect that she will conceive, I have given her Bio-Chemic Nat Sulp and calc Phos for one week.

5th Visit: 15 December 2007

She did her own Pregnancy Test and confirmed pregnant. The last period was 8 Nov 2007.

From 19 December 2007 till 25 July 2008 she has been under homeopathic medication for Health During Pregnancy , Ubat Selusoh, etc. to make sure that she is completely healthy with natural homeopathic medication.

On 1st Agust 2008 - The patient deliverd a health and beautiful homeopathic boy at 5.00 in the morning. the name of the bay is Mr Mohammad Adi Putra.

25 September 2008 : Yesterday, the husband came to our clinic and brought 'Pulut Kuning' Untuk Pelepas Nazar - Allahmdulillah.


High Tech Evidence On Acupuncture

High Tech Evidence
On Acupuncture, The Medicine for New World.
By Nik Fairuz Hakim, D.Ac, M.Ac

Although , almost all TCM Acupuncture techniques involve the insertion of sterile needles into specific acupuncture points, their will be certain variations in treatment, due to a practitioner’s style and training.

Acupuncture is a method of encouraging the body to promote natural healing and to improve body functioning. This is done through the classical ways by inserting acupuncture needles and applying heat (moxibustion) or electrical stimulation at very precise acupuncture points.

The classical Chinese explanation is that channels of energy run in regular patterns through the body and over it surface. These channels, called meridians, are like rivers flowing through the body to irrigate and nourish the tissues, blood flow and nervous pulses. An obstruction in the movement of these energy rivers is like a dam that back up the flow in one part of the body and restricts it flows. Any obstruction and blockages or deficiencies of energy, blood and nervous pulses would eventually lead to disease.

There are still a large number of people who do not believe that acupuncture benefit the patients in treating various diseases. They are very sceptical about the curative power of TCM and acupuncture. They thinks that acupuncture only works due to psychological approach, because when we asked the Chinese Physician, how do TCM and acupuncture works ? They simply give a simple explanation, that their forefather have been practicing acupuncture for generations, and it works very well with the patients, and therefore it is very good treatment, but there is not enough scientific evidence to convince us.

Acupuncture Is A Mystery of The Past

Acupuncture and the other forms of traditional Chinese medicine have been around in the world for the last 4 to 5 thousand years. Yet the explanation for how acupuncture and Chinese medicine as a whole works has long been a mystery, if not an object of mockery, especially among the western trained doctors. The basic theory is outline in a text from 2000 years B.C. attributed to the Yellow Emperor ( a great Emperor of ancient China )

In belief , it recognizes in people and nature vital energy or life force known as ‘Qi’

Qi is the source of movements ranging from voluntary muscle action to blood flow, it protects the body from external influences, and it generates warm.

Qi flows through the body and to the organs by way of an extensive system of channels known as meridians. If the flow of the force is distributed, the theory goes, the resulting deficiency, excess, or stagnation of qi causes bodily malfunction and thus illness.

Acupuncture, in which needles are inserted into specific points along meridians and manipulated, is said to restore the proper flow of qi and thereby return the body to health.

In the early days, the number of acupuncture points is 365 according to days in one year.
But today Acupuncturist recognize some 1,500 acupuncture points, most of which have no obvious relationship to heir intended target. For example, a point on the first toe which is call ‘Taichong Liv 3’ is a wonderful acupoint for hypertension, while a point near the elbow ‘ Quici Li 11’ is considered as one of the best acupoint to enhance the immune system.
Unlike Western Medicine, which the doctor will prescribe various powerful drugs to overcome health problems, acupuncture need only one or two needles to stimulate the acupoint, sends the message to the brain and balance back the disturbances of vital energy and as a whole the patient will be treated naturally without any side effects.

Theory of Yin and Yang

Another integral concept is the tension between two ever present, complementary forces of nature, Yin and Yang. When their balance is distributed, the theory goes, people get sick.
Yin condition reflect a lack of qi ; pale face, cold extremities, slow pulse, keep alone, sad, moody, depression, etc
While Yang conditions result from an excess of qi ; read face, fever, fast pulse, very sensitive, aggressive, hypertension, maniac, agitation, etc

Many theories have been put forward to explain the pain relief theory by acupuncture.
Here are few research done on the effect of acupuncture throughout the world. Some of them are explain in detail below.

1) Neurological Theories.

i) Somato-Visceral Theory ( Felix Mann 1960, Ishikawa 1949, 1962 )
ii) Gate Control Theory ( Metzack and Wall, 1965)
iii) Multiple gate Comtrol ( Zhang Xiangtong, 1970, Man and Chan, 1972)
iv) Thalamic Intergration Theory ( Zhang Xiangtong, 1972 )
v) Thalamic Neuron Theory ( Tsun Nin Lee, 1977, 1978 )
vi) Cortical Inhibitory Surround Theory, Neo-Pavlovian, 1975)
vii) Motor gate Theory ( Jayasuriya and Fernando, 1977 )
viii) Autonomic Neuron Theory ( Ionescu-Tigovista, 1973 )

2) Defence Mechanism and Tissue Regeneration Theory
Cracuim 1973 and others

3) Bioelectrical Theories
i) Kirlian and Kirlian 1939
ii) Becker et al ( 1976 )

4) Embryological Theory ( Segmental Theory)
Felix Mann ( 1972 )

5) Humoral Theories ( Neurotrasmitter Theories )
i) 5-Hydroxytryotamine - Seratonin ( Zhang Xiangtong 1974, 76)
ii) Endorphin Release Theory ( Bruce Pomeranz, 1976)

6 ) Placebo Effect Theories
By many who do not understand acupuncture theory.

7) MRI High tech Evidance ( Zang Hee Choo, 1985 )

The Theory of Pain Relief Through Acupuncture

Few years back, while visiting his native country – Korea, Dr Zang Hee Choo ,62 years old professor from University of California, U.S.A, fell from a mountain trail and injured his spine. He recall, “ I fell down like a flight, like a big jump down the mountain. The next day I returned to United States and tried to stand up after on the plane. I count stand up. I said, oh oh ,it’s a big trouble.”

Eventually, Dr Choo hobbled off the plane and make his way home, and later he began to look for some relief from pain in his back. Relatives suggested he try acupuncture. Through he initially scoffed at the idea, as a medical officer, he says, he didn’t believe in acupuncture, but due to so much suffering, he tried it. And much to his surprise, it worked. “ After 10 minutes I felt the pain melting away.”

Choo’s unexpected relief prodded his professional curiosity. As a doctor who works in Radiology Department, Choo develops ways to image the complex inner working of the body, one of his inventions was prototype PET scanner around 1975. How he wondered, could inserting needles into seemingly random points on the body possibly affect human health ?
So he decided to take a closer look, and what he found astounded him. While sticking needles into few student volunteers, he took pictures of their brains and discovered that by stimulating an acupuncture point said to be associated with vision Tungtzuliao GB 1
He can see that the point trigger the activity in the very part of the brain that control vision. That just might be the reason that acupuncture works, he figured.

Research Effect of Acupoints With MRI

Dr Choo was again wondering of how, acupuncture claims that they can treats eye problems from acupoints of Zhiyin UB 67, Tonggu UB 66 , Shugu UB 65 and Kunlun UB 60 respectively. And almost all acupuncturist hold that stimulation of these acupoints with needles will effect the eyes via the system of meridian rather than through the central nervous system.

This acupoints are not found near the eyes, but on the outside of the foot, running from the little toe to the ankle

To test that claims. Dr Choo’s strapped student volunteers into an fMRI ( functional magnetic resonance imaging ) machine. While the standard MRI provides static cross-sectional pictures of structures in the body, functional MRI goes further to reveal how those structure are working. It measures minute changes in the amount of oxygen carried in the blood, which is presumably a rough measure of glucose uptake by various tissues and thus a good indicator of which tissues are active ; the result can be viewed as colorful FMRI brain activation maps.

Choo first stimulated the eyes of the volunteers through traditional means: he flashed a light in front of them. The resulting images, as expected, showed a concentration of color – an increase in activity – in the visual cortex, the portion of the brain that is known to be involved in eye function. Then Choo had an acupuncturist stimulate the acupuncture points of Zhiyin UB 67. In one person after another, the very same region of the brain – the visual cortex lit up on the fMRI image.

As odd as it seemed, sticking a needle into someone’s foot had the very same effect as shining a light in someone’s eyes. And this was not the generalized analgesic effect produced by the primitive limbic system, that was seen in the pain studies, this was a function – specific response occurring in the brain’s cortex, the area responsible for such sophisticated functions such as speech and hearing, memory and intellect.
More the magnitude of the brain activity seen on acupuncture stimulation was nearly as strong as that elicited by the flash of light.

“ It was very exciting,” recalls Choo. “I never thought anything would happen, but it’s very clear that stimulating the acupuncture point triggers activity in the visual cortex.” To eliminate the possibility of a placebo effect, Choo also stimulate a non acupoint, in the big toe. There was no response in the visual cortex.

Next Choo tried each form of stimulation over time, twisting the needle for a moment or flashing the light, resting and repeating. As before, the fMRI images were remarkably similar for acupuncture and for light stimulation. The time-course study was also done using the three other vision acupoints of the foot. The result was again consistent, except in the case of Tonggu UB 66, each acupoint lit up the visual cortex exactly as the light stimulation had done.

This time Choo noticed something else. When the activation date were graphed to show the intensity of the response over time, he saw that there were two distinct reactions among dozen volunteers. During the acupuncture phase, some showed an increase in activity, while the others showed a decrease. In other words, in some people, oxygen consumption in that brain region increased, while the others, it decreased.

“ I figured we must have made a mistake.” Says Choo, repeating the experiment, however, he saw the same results every time. “ Finally one of the acupuncturists mentioned. ‘Oh yes, it’s the respond of Yin and Yang ! ‘

Choo asked him which subjects were Yin and which were Yang, and without seeing the data, the practitioner correctly point out who had shown an increase in activity (Yang) and those who had a decrease (Yin ) in 11 of 12 cases. “ I don’t know how to explain it,” Cho says

Like many preliminary scientific reports, Choo’s small study raises more questions than answers. Still, he has demonstrated new functional effects of acupuncture. “Classically, acupuncture was the ultimate in experimentation, people collected data for thousands of years, “ say Joie Jones. Professor of Radiological Science, University of California. “ They noticed that when you applied a needle in one position, it would have an effect in another part of the body. But the connection through the brain was never made earlier.
With these studies, we’ve demonstrated that for at least some acupuncture points it goes through the brain.”

Yet even if it does go through the brain, how does stimulating a specific point on the foot trigger activity in the part of the brain that control vision ? There is no explanation for that either, says Choo, although he suspect that that the path is along the nervous system.
“ That endorphin are released by stimulating certain types of nerves in fibers anywhere in the body, that’s understood. But that there is specific connection between your toe and your visual system is really bizarre That’s really mind – boggling “ says Pomeranz.

Despite the absence of clear cut explanations, acupuncture’s clinical results are attracting interest from mainstream medicine especially allopathic doctors. A panel of independent experts convened last year by The American National Institute of Health concluded that acupuncture is indeed effective in treating nausea due to anesthesia and chemotherapy drugs. It is also helpful in treating post-surgical and other forms of pain. Moreover, the panel noted, despite the pervasive belief in the superior clinical effects of Western Drugs, plenty of conventional treatment for chronic pain shows that the success rate of acupuncture treatment is increasing day by day.

One of the more proactive acupuncture studies used SPECT ( single photon emission computed tomography ) to record images of the brains of the patients with chronic pain.

That study by Abbas Alavi, Chief of Nuclear Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, measured blood flow to the brain structures that are respected of releasing endorphins in response to acupuncture stimulus- the thalamus, hypothalamus, and brain stem. Comparing baseline images of people who were in pain with images taken after they received acupuncture treatment, Alavi found clear evidence of increased blood flow in the thalamus and the brain stem. He also found that treated patients felt less pain.

Like Choo, Alavi was not a believer in acupuncture or other form of Chinese medicine before doing this study. “ I thought acupuncture was more or less psychological , not an objective effect, “ he says, “I did study just for fun. I figured nothing would show up.

Gate Control Theory of Pain

According to this theory, stimulation of skin evoke nerve impulses that are trasmitted to the spinal cord system:-
i) The cells of the substantia gelatinosa (SG) in the dorsal horn, that act as a gate control system.
ii) The dorsal column fibers that project towards the brain and acting as a central control trigger which activates selective brain process that influence the modulating properties of the gate control system.
iii) The first central transmission (T) cells in the dorsal horn, that activate neutral mechanism which comprise the action system responsible for perception of pain.

The theory proposes that pain is determined by interaction among these three system.

Bruce Pomeraz's model suggests that endorphin / encephalin released from a neuron binds to opiate receptors on the terminal of an excitatory neuron, partially depolarizing the terminal membrane and reducing the net depolarization produced by the arrival of the nerve impulse. The amount of neurotransmitter released from the terminal is proportional to the net depolarization, so that the less excitatory transmitter is release. The receiving cell is then exposed to less excitatory stimulation and reduces its firing rate. The figure above shows how the endorphins suppress pain. Several research workers have confirmed this finding. Pomeranz ( Canada), Lars Terenius ( Sweden), Chapman and Mayer (US), Anton Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) and others are the leading workers on endorphins.
While Anton Jayasuriya and Wilfred Perera od Sri Lanka has shown that the endorphin mechanism can be activated with acupuncture to produce painless childbirth.

Acupuncture also has calming and tranquilizing effect. This is thought to be mediated by its action on the mid-brain reticular formation and certain other parts of the brain. Changes have been reported in chemistry of the brain tissue. For example dopamine content of the brain tissue increases after acupuncture. This dopaminergic effect may account for its effectiveness in conditions like parkinsonism where there is decrease in dopamine content of the brain.

In paralytic conditions, acupuncture treatment hastens motor recovery. Even the late cases of paralysis unresponsive to other form of therapy show improvement. This probably involve antidromic stimulation of the anterior horn cells and their reactivation through a biofeed back mechanism operating through the Renshaw and Gajal cells of the spinal cord or their cranial equivalents ( Motor Gate Theory, Jayasuriya and Fernando, 1977)

Immunity-improving Effect

Acupuncture enhance immune action trigger the body resistance to fight against the diseases are increased. This effect is mediated by a raise in leucocyte count, antibody titer and gamma-globulins. Acupuncture is therefore, is very useful in combating infections and it is more so when the prolonged antibiotic therapy is warranted or in cases of resistance or hypersensitivity to antibiotic. This action is again specific to certain acupuncture points.
Few acupuncture points such as Bahui, Hegu, Quichi are well known as having sedative effect. EEG taken during the treatment has shown a decrease in delta and theta wave activity. This effect is the basis of utilizing acupuncture for the treatment of anxiety states, nervous, restlessness, drug addicts, anti smoking, insomnia and other behavior disorders
It has been observed that a 20 to 30 minutes continuous manipulation of ' Taichong - Liv 3' of the toe alone reduces blood pressure from 200 / 110 mm Hg to 180 / 95 mm Hg which lasts for 3 to 4 days. Same thing happen to 'Sehencong - Extra 5' where the pain of migraine can stopped within few minutes of acupuncture treatment without any drugs or pain killer.

Second Research Done On Acupuncture Needling
Release of Endorphin and Monoamines,

Through our research with others colleague, we have been able to measure a flow of acupuncture – induced endorphin. According to neuro-scientist Bruce Pomeranz of the University of Toronto, Canada, numerous studies over the past 20 years have shown that inserting needles into acupoints stimulates nerves in the underlying primitive part of the brain, known as limbic system, as well as the midbrain and the pituitary gland. Somehow that signaling lead to the release of endorphins and monoamines, the two chemicals that block pain signals in the spinal cord and the brain. The result: A well-documented generalized acupuncture analgesia

“ The endorphin story is really nailed down”, says Pomeranz. “ It looks like it’s nerves to the brain. The acupoints that have been mapped over thousands of years are likely the spot where nerves are concentrated”. But the endorphin story “doesn’t explain many of the other claims of acupuncture, “ he continues. “There have been a number of clinical trials showing that acupuncture is extremely useful for the nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy and early pregnancy. That’s not the endorphin system. Now body knows how that works.”
That is still the miracle mysteries behind acupuncture.

After studying the varied effects of acupuncture on the human psychologically and physiologically, the effective and scientific proven acupuncture treatments is no longer in doubt.
Acupuncture points have also been found to display the phenomena of bioluminescence when studies under high frequency radiation photography ( Kerlian and Kerlian, 1939 )

Thus there is a pile of theories explains the advantages of acupuncture treatments. In these days of advance nuclear technology , when the foolishness of acupuncture is proving wisdom and the amazing prescience of Huang Ti Emperor is obtaining every day new confirmation, what is there to prevent the most sceptical from, at least, experimenting with the power of 'qi' that has come to us through The South China sea.

This is the main reason why acupuncture has survived and spread as widely as it has. It is at present practiced in nearly every country of the world. It has cured millions of people. It has being alive for the last 5,000 years, because it is a simple, safe, effective and economical method of healing, naturally and friendly.

Catherine Dold, Bruce Pmoeranz Zang Hee Choo Abass Alavi
Department of Radiological Science, University of california.
NIH Consensus Statement On Acupucnuture.
WHO Nomenclature
FMRI information University of Virginia
SPECT information Duke University
Beijing Institute of Acupuncture
The National Research Institute of Medical Acupuncture, Malaysia.

Other Active Members of Acupuncture Malaysia

Here Are Some of Our Active Members of

Acupuncture Malaysia
All this Acupuncturists are qualified from our Institute

Prof Dr Nik Omar - Pasir Mas, Kuala Lumpur, bangi, Damansara 01909401915

  1. Ac Nik Fairuz hakim Gelang Mas, Pasir Mas, Kelantan. Tel 09-7976849

  2. Ac Nik Badrul Hakim - Gelang Mas, Pasir Mas 019-9444420

  3. Ac Dr Hajjah Zaharah - gelang Mas, Pasir Mas, kelantan 019-9401915

  4. Dr Mohd Nasir Zain - Kota Bharu, Kelantan 09-7440440

  5. Dr Che Musa Mohammad - Kok Lanas, Kota Bharu, Kelantan. 019-9401915

  6. Dr Mohd Huzami Malek - Labok, Machang, Kelantan 019-9401019

  7. Dr Azman Mat Zin - Jalan Besar Machang Tel: 019-9401915

  8. Ac Badriah Mohammad, Gelang Mas, Pasir Mas, Kelantan 09-7976948

  9. Dr Hajjah Faridah A Hamat, Kg Baru, Kuala Lumpur Tel 03-26926549

  10. Nik Lukman Hakim - Bangi, Selangor 019-9401915

  11. Nur Syafiqa - Sek 9, Bangi, Selangor 019-9401915

  12. Dr Mohd Izham Zakaria - Damansara Utama Uptown, PJ 019-9401915

  13. Dr Rafidah bt Rashidi , Kg Baru, Kuala Lumpur 03-26926549

  14. Dr faiq Astoni, Kudus, Indonesia

  15. Dr Siti Rohmah, Yokyakarta, Indonesia

  16. Yenny, Jakarta, Indonesia

  17. Dr Nik Asiah Nik Daud, Kuala Lumpur.

Nik Badrul Hakim, Acupuncture Malaysia

Acupuncturist in Malaysia

Nik Badrul Hakim bin Nik Omar

Experience & Qualification

Join Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia 1997
1999- Qualified Diploma Homeopathy from Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia

2005 - Qualified Certificate in Cupping
2006 Qualified Bachelor of Homeopathic MedicineFromThe Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia - 1998 Qualified Diploma In Acupuncture, From Department of Chinese Medicine
The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia –

1998 Doing Clinical atGujeranwala Homeopathic Hospital, Pakistan
1999Appointment Tutor In Cupping
2004 Appointment as Sale manager at FAHOM –

Conference & Seminar Attended

1989 International Conference at Kota BharuAttended
1999 Conference at Kota Bharu
2000 – Appointment as Public Relation International ConferenceAt Kelantan.
2006 Appointed as Information Officer 7th International Homeopathic Conference atGenting Highland, Kuala Lumpur.

Members of:
The Registered Homeopathic Medical Practitiners Association -MRHP
Asian Homeopathic Medical League
International Homeopathic Medical League
Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia.

Production & Author
Produce his own Product ‘Brain Tonic’ 4 Q
AndAuthor of Book on Bekam Sunnha Rasulullah SAW


One of active member of Homeopathic Volunteers serving at Tsnuami at Kuala Muda, Kedah 2005

Serving at Johor Flood 2006
Member of Kelantan Supebiker's Club

Acupuncturist In Malaysia, Dr Md Nasir

Prof Dr Mohd Nasir bin Mohd Zain
Deputy Director
Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia

Qualification & Experience

1982 - Join the faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia under Prof Dr Nik Omar
1994 - Qualified Diploma Homeopathy Malaysia , D.F.Hom

1987 - Continuing Homeopathic Education at Homeopathic Medical College, New delhi, India.
1989 - Qualified Advance Diploma In Homeopathic Medicine, DHMS (Adv) dari FAHOM
1992 - Lulus Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine, M.D.Hom., dari FAHOM Lulus Diploma In Acupuncture, D.Ac ( Kel)
1992- Lulus Member of Acupuncture Foundation, M.Ac.F ( Colombo )

Keahlian Dalam Bidang Perubatan

Member Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Practitioners Association, MRHP
Member of Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia ,FAHOM ( Kota Bharu )
Member of Asian Homeopathic Medical League, AHML ( New Delhi )
Member of International Homeopathic Medical League, IHML ( Geneva)
Member of Acupuncture Foundation, ( Colombo )

Secretary General: The Registerd Homeopathic Medical Practitioner Association-MRHP
Secrtary General: Asian Homeopathic Medical League.


One of active member of Homeopathic Doctor Without Barriers
One of the Board of Director, The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia
One of The Research Fellow in FAHOM Malaysia
Organizing more than 20 national and International Conferences in Malaysia
One of active Member of MRHP

Recipient: Sijil Khidmat bakti MRHP


At Sri Lanka

Mrs Badriah, Acupuncturist In Malaysia

Mrs Badriah bt Mohammad

Acupuncturist at

Hospital Homeopathy Dr Nik Omar at gelang Mas, Pasir Mas, Kelantan.

Qualified Acupuncture - Diploma In Acupuncture 2007

Co-odinator at Department of Chinese Medicine - Acupuncture

The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia

Mohd Yusoff, Acupuncturist In Malaysia

Dr Mohd Yusoff Said

Bagan Datok , Perak

Qualified & Experience
5 Years Full Time Student
at Our Main Campus, Pasir Mas, Kelantan.

2002 - 2007

Qualified Diploma In Acupuncture 2003
Qualified Certificate in Cupping ( Al Hijamah) Bekam 2003
Qualified Diploma in Acupuncture, Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia 2004
Qualified Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine, Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia 2006
( Given by Her Royal Highness Permaisuri Siti Aishah - Ex Permasuri Agong)
Member of Homeopathic Medical Prctitioner association -MRHP Malaysia
Member of Asian Homeopathic Medical League - AHML
Member of International Homeopathic Medical League - LHMI

Volunteer at Tsunami Victim at Kuala Muda Kedah
Volunteer at Johor Flood.

2002 International Homeopathic Conference at Kota Bharu
2006 attended 7th International Conference at Genting Highland, Kuala Lumpur.
Dr Yusof was selected by Prof Dr Nik Omar as one of the best 2006 from The faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia.

Nur Syafiqa, Acupuncturist In Malaysia


Lady Acupuncturist In Bangi, Malaysia

Dr Nur Syafiqa

Bangi Homeopathic & Acupuncture Centre
Pusat Bandar Baru Bangi Sek 9
( Sebelah Masjid Hassanah ( Hijau) sek 9

Qualification & Experience

Qualified - Diploma In Homeopathy in year 2001
Qualified - Bachelor of Homeopatic Medicine at Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia ( Full Time Student) 2005
2005 - Qualified certificate in Cupping Al Hijamah.
2006 - Qualified Diploma Acupuncture at DCM with distintion Grade A ( Full Time Student)
2006 - Received her Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine given by Her Highness The Ex Queen Raja Permaisuri Agong Siti Aishah.
2007 - Doing her Internship
2008 - Appointed as Medical officer at Homeopathic & Acupuncture Dr Nik Omar at bangi, Selangor.
2008 - Appointed as Tutor Department of Malay Medicine - AlHijamah ( Cupping)
members of faculty of homeopathy malaysia
Member of Registered Homeopathic Medical Practitooner Association -MRHP
Member of Asian Homeopathic Medical League -AHML
Member of International Homeopathic Medical League - LHMI
Member of Acupuncture Study Group.

Mohd Izham, Acupuncturist In Malaysia

WHO WHO Acupuncture at Our Clinic

Dr Mohd Izham Zakaria

Damansara Utama Homeopathic & Acupuncture Medical Centre
No.3A, Jalan SS 21 /60 Damansara Utama Uptown
( Sebelah Balai Polis) Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Tel: 019-9401915

Qualification & Experience

Qualified Diploma Acupuncture in 2004 - Full Time Student
Qualified Cupping Al Hijamah - 2005 - Full Time Student
Qualified Diploma Homeopathy from Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia full time student 2004
Qualified Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine 2006 ( 4 years full Time student)
Getting Best student for year 2006
2002 attended International Conference at Kota Bharu
2006 attended the 7th International Conference on Homeopathy at genating Highland Kuala Lumpur.
2005 appointed as Tutor at the Department of Homeopathy, Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia
2005 Member of The Registerd Homeopathic Medical Practitioner Association, Malaysia
2005 Member of Asian Homeopathic Medical league- AHMl
2006 member of International Homeopathic Medical League -LHMI

Photo: Dr Mohd Izham receiving his BHMS _ Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine from Her Highnerss The Ex Queen Permasuri Agong, Siti Aishah.

Dr Zaharah, Acupuncturist In Malaysia

WHO WHO Lady Acupuncturist In Malaysia

Mrs. Hajjah Zaharah Hj. Loman
Qualified Homeopath and Acupuncturist

My first admission in first year Diploma Homeopathy at The Faculty of Homeopathy in 1995
on 14 September 2000, I have qualified and received my DHMS ( Diploma of Homeopathic Medical System) given by The Chief Minister of Kelantan Darulnaim, TB Tuan Guru Dato Haji Nik Abdul Aziz bin Nik Mat at International Homeopathic Conference at Kota Bharu, Kelantan. ( photos ).

In 2006, I qualified and passed Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine – BHMS ( The Certificate was given by Her Highness Permaisuri Siti Aishah Ex Queen of Malaysia at genating Highland, Kuala Lumpur.
In 1998 I have qualified my Diploma in Acupuncture at DCM, Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia.I qualified both my Diploma and degree of Homeopathic Medicine and Classical Acupuncture from The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia, Kg Gelang Mas, Pasir Mas, Kelantan, under the leadership of Prof Dr Sir Nik Omar, one of the great homeopathic and Acupuncturist specialist in Malaysia.

Conference & Experience

1989 – I have attended the International Homeopathic & Alternative Medicine at Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
2000 – I have attended the International Conference at Kelantan.
2004 – I have visited various homeopathic and acupuncture Centre at Java island including visiting to Makam Wali Songo ‘ 9 Wali’ di Tanah Jawa.
2005 – I have attended The International Seminar on Homeopathy at Agra, India
2006 – I have attended the 7th International Conference on Alternative Medicine and Homeopathy at Genting Highland, Kuala Lumpur
2008 – I have attended the 63rd International Homeopathic Medical League Conference at Oostense, Belgium.
2008 – I have visited The Royal London Homeopathic Hospital, The Nelson and Co, London, I have also visited various homeopathic organization at Holland, Swizerland, Geneva, Venice, Pisa, Rome, Brussel and UK.
My works
Registrar, Department of Homeopathic Medicine,The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia
M.O. at Dr Nik Omar Homeopathic Hospital at gelang Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia
Board of Director Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia
AJK Homeopatrhic Medical Practitoner Assocition
Membner of International Homeopathic Medical League – LMHI
Member of Asian Homeopathic Medical League.
My Contact : Pusat Perubatan Homeopathy Dr Nik Omar
Kg Gelang Mas, Meranti, Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia

Nik Fairuz Hakim, Acupuncturist In Malaysia


The Classical Chinese Medical Acupuncturist In Malaysia

Nik Fairuz Hakim bin Haji Nik Omar

D.Ac (Kel)., D.F.Hom (Mal)., D.Ac (Colombo)., M.Ac.F (Spain)
Lecturer Research Institute of Medical Acupuncture, Malaysia

Experience & Qualification
Qualified Diploma In Homeopathy from
The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia - 1999
Qualified Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine
The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia - 2005
Qualified Diploma In Acupuncture, From Department of Chinese Medicine
The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia – 1998
Master of Acupuncture from Spain – 2000
Doing Internship at Panvel Hospital Bombay, India - 1998
Doing Internship at South Colombo Government hospital ( 6 months) 1999
Attended International Conference On Acupuncture at Sri Lanka
Gujeranwala Homeopathic Hospital, Pakistan 1999
Appointment Tutor In Chinese Medicine 2001
Appointment as Leacturer in DCM – 2002
Appointment as Registrar at DCM – 2003

Conference & Seminar
Attended 1989 International Conference at Kota Bharu
Atended 199 Conference at Kota Bharu
2000 – Appointment as Secretary of International Confernce
At Kelantan.
2002 Appointed as Secretary International Conference at Kelantan.
2006 Appointed as Secretary 7th International Homeopathic Conference at
Genting Highland, Kuala Lumpur.
2006 Attended International Homeopathic Conference at Dacca, Bangladesh
2007 attended International Homeopathic Conference at Singapore
2004 – 2008 teaching Classical Chinese Acupuncture to more than 200
Students from all over the world at our Academy


Dr Faridah, Lady Acupuncturist at Kuala Lumpur

WHo, Who Acupuncturist in Malaysia

Dr Hajjah Faridah bt Awang Hamat

My Qualification and Experience in Homeopathy & Acupuncture

My Journey in Alternative Medicine:

1979 - I joined the first batch of student from The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia.
1984 - I qualified DHMS from the same college.
1989 - I was official granted my General Degree at the Faculty Convocation at International Homeopathic Conference at IYH Bandar Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur.

1998 - I graduated as 'Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine - M.D.Hom from Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia and was awarded the degree by The Chief Minsiter of Kelantan, Dato Nik Abd Aziz Nik Mat.
1999 I passed my Diploma In Acupuncture at Department of Chinese Medicine, Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia.

Services & Experience
Over 29 years of Services in Homeopathy
Over 10 years of services in Chinese acupuncture

Treated: More than 100,000 patients.

Volunteer Services
1987 : Served at Post Orang Asli Ulu Tembeling, Pahang.
1988: Served with DRTB at Nakorn Si Thamarat, Thailand in Flood Disaster Area.
1990: Awarded 'Pingat Jasa Bakti' by FAHOM

Attended : 15 Congresses and Seminar, National and International on Homeopathy.
1990 attended International Homeopathic Confrence in India
1992 attended International Homeopathic Confrence in Pakistan.
1998 attended Acupuncture Conference in Beijing, China.
2000 attended International Conference on Alternative Medicine at Kelantan
2006 attended the 7th Internatyional Conference of Homeopathy at Genting Highland
Kuala Lumpur.
2008 attended the 63rd International Homeopathic Medical League Conference at Oostende,
2008 visisted England, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Swizerland and Italy.

My Appointment:*

Clinical assistant at Nik Omar Homeopathic Medical Centre at
Kota Bharu ( 5 years )*
Assistant M.O. at Homeopathic Medical Centre, Penang ( 3 years )*
M.O. at Homeopathic Ibukota Medical Centre at Sek.6, Shah Alam ( 5 years)*
Director: Homeopathic Medical Centre at Kg Baru, Kuala Lumpur ( 5 years )*
Registrar: The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia, Campus Kuala Lumpur ( 10 years )
My Special Method Of Treatment , Homeopathy & AcupunctureHomeopathic Treament:

In Homeopathy, I follow the 'Code Of Practice' adopted by The faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia, where we use the Clasical Homeopathy of 'Single remedy'I have treated moer than 100,000 patients with this method and I found out the this is the best method that should be followed by all homeopaths.

I have a good record of successes in treating various diseases with Integrated Medicine using 'Homeopathic Single remedy and Acupuncture' such as ladies problems, irregular periods, leucorrhoea, endomestrosis or dysmenorrhoea, PMS, migraine, obesity, gastric probelms, allergic, skin disesaes, etc.

Acupuncture Therapy:This Chinese methos of treatment using acupuncture are very new to the Malays in Malaysia. I have been pratising this method along with homeopathy for last 10 years, and I found out that acupuncture responded well with the following cases:

Muscular pain, early oesteoarthritis, knee pain, cervical spondlysosi, backache, sciatica, Bell Palsy, Stroke, Migraine, allergic, sinusitis, bronchial asthma, frozen ahoulder, obesity, diabetes, insomania, falling of hair, menstrual disorders, etc.
See my practise at call me 03-26926549


The Classical Chinese Acupuncturist

Lord Pandit Prof Dr Nik Omar

DHMS ( Lahore )., DBM (Pak)., MD (Hom)., F.F.Hom ( Malaysia), Ph.D (India)., D.Ac (Kel)., M.Ac.F (Colombo).,HPA (London).,
M.Ac.C (Beijing)

Dean's & Director, Research Institute of Medical Acupuncture, Malaysia
Member of Acupuncture Foundation, Sri Lanka
Adviser World Acupuncture Federation, Singapore.
Member of Chinese Association of Acupuncture, China.
Member of RIMAc Malaysia
Consultant: Acupuncture & Homeopathic Medical Centre
Chairman, The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia
Member of International Homeopathic Medical League, Geneva. ( IHML )
Members of International Homeopathic Medical Organization, Paris (OHMI)
Vice President Asian Homeopathic Medical League, AHML

V/President International Homeopathic Medical League (Geneva)
Fellow Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia
Founder member of Doctor Without Barriers (International)
Fellow Bio-Chemic Society, Karachi, Pakistan
Star of Excellence, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Lecturer: The Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia
Physician of The Year 2000 Medicina Alternativa, Colombo.
Visiting Lecturer at various Acupuncture & Homeopathic Institutes oversea
Author of more than 300 articles on Acupuncture & Homeopathy
Guest speaker for TV3 & TV1 Malaysia
Guest Speaker at Radio 3 Ibukota
Freelance Journalist

Plants Acupuncture


By Nik fairuz Hakim

It is amazing to note that, rural folk especially in Kelantan, who observe the practice of inserting nails into common tropical fruit trees such as mangoes, rambutan, durian, manggis, etc. to ensure greater fertility and a higher yield of fruits, hardly realize that this practice is in reality a form of plant acupuncture.
In the case of ailing tress, some follow the practice of slicing off small sections of the bark of the trees to produce a form of shock which would actually trigger the healing process of nature in bringing out greater growth in flowers, leaves and roots.
The theory is very easy to understand, i.e. pain produce cure !
So, it is not surprising that folk wisdom attests to the efficacy of acupuncture treatment not only in human but also in animals and plants.

Acupuncturist at Kuala Lumpur call 03-26926549 Dr Faridah

Eye Acupuncture

From The Book
Classical Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion
By Prof Dr Nik Omar & Nik Fairuz Hakim
The Malay Acupuncturist in Malaysia

The Eye Acupuncture therapy, is used to treat diseases by applying acupuncture at the acupoints around the eyeball and on orbital edge and it is developed from the 'diagnostic method of diseases by inspecting 'eyes' established by Hua Tuo ( a famous ancient physician in Han's Dynasty in China ) and after analyzing and summarizing the clinical observation and treatment of physicians in following successive dynasties.

After a diagnosis is made by observing the minute changes of blood vessels on conjunctiva of eye, the acupoints around the eyes are selected according to the principle of differential diagnosis and treatment in traditional Chinese medicine to treat various diseases, such as acute muscular sprain, early stage of apolepxy ( stroke) with hemiplegia and diseases of pain with a good therapeutic effect.

Theoretical basis of Eye Acupuncture

The origin or terminals of 8 out of 12 channel / meridians ( except lung, spleen, kidney and pericardium meridians ) are located in the region around eye, but the latter 4 meridians have an indirect connection with the eye through a link with their exterointeriorly correlated meridians. As mentioned in Miraculous Pivot, an ancient classical book on acupuncture:

- " The essence of all internal organs can be supplied to eyes…"
- " the blood and qi of 12 meridians and 365 collaterals can be supplied to the orifices on face ; and the Yang qi is supplied to eyes to produce the essence of eyes.."
- "All meridians are connected with eyes." Sue Wen
- " The eye is an organ to which all meridian assemble."

Therefore, the eyes are closely related to the internal organs and meridians and acupuncture applied at the acupoints around the eye can be used to treat many diseases of the whole body.

Study Of Chi ( Qi) In Acupuncture

By Nik Fairuz Hakim bin Nik Omar, D.Ac., M.Ac

Qi or 'chi' is the 'life energy' and is one of the most fundamental concepts of Chinese thinking. It is described as a basis of every living and non-living entity of “Brahmand” (Cosmos). Its nearest equivalent in Hindu philosophy is 'prana' while in homeopathic medical system, it is known as 'vital force.

Biology explains functions of the human body on the basis of biochemical reactions. It explains the physiological processes from fertilisation till death. What it fails to answer are certain basis questions such as: Why should sperm fertilise ovum? What triggers one sperm out of billions to fertilise a single ovum? What is death? Why should the heart stop functioning in an otherwise healthy individual of even 90 to 100 years?

The character of qi denotes a dynamic essence characterized by both substance and function. For example 'clean qi, turbid qi, and the qi transformed from the essence of food are substantial qi, while the qi of the heart, liver, spleen, kidney, stomach, and the qi of the channels and collaterals are functional qi.

Growth of plants, thinking processes of man and the thunder of a storm are all due to qi, which cannot be measured by any analytical method. It is non-material.

Qi means the inner power of healing found in the human beings. It is dynamics in nature, the qi is the power of reaction which liberated by the body to neutralize the inimical force liberated by the natural and artificial influences and agents inside and outside the human organism. Had this power of healing and reaction not been present the living being could not resist the onslaughts of inimical nature and life would have been impossible as it is at present.

Qi activates all processes of the body, ' the unceasing circulation of the blood, the dissemination of fluid in skin and flesh, joints and bone-hollows, the lubrication of the digestive tract, sweating, urination, etc' In Chinese treatises on acupuncture the effect of pricking the skin with a needle is called 'obtaining the qi'. If the needle fails to obtain the qi, the acupuncture treatment in considered as a failure.

Qi controls both the Universe and the human body. Man and Universe are formed on the same principle. Man is Microcosm, Universe is Macrocosm.
Qi in the human body is called 'true qi' and is created by breathing and eating. The qi inhaled from the air is extracted by the lung, and the qi in the food and water by the stomach and its associated organ, the spleen.
If qi is disturbed disease occur, if qi is balance life physically and mentally are normal.
Qi is the main factor in health and disease.

" True qi is the original qi. Qi from heaven is received through the nose and controlled by the wind-pipe: Qi from food and water enters the stomach and is controlled by the gullet. That which nourishes the unborn is the qi or former heaven ( pre-natal) ; that which fill the born is called the qi of the latter heaven ( post-natal)."
-From Zhangshi Leijing.

The classification of qi in the human body varies with its distribution, origin and function.

1. Primary Qi ( yuan qi)

Primary qi is the most important and fundamental qi originating from the congenital essence. It is nourished and replenished by the fundamental substance of food after birth. Primary qi is also known as the qi of the kidney, and is distributed to the whole body via Sanjiao functions. It arouses and promotes the activities of zang-fu organs and tissue. If primary qi congenitally deficient or exhausted due to chronic diseases, then the various pathological changes will occur.

2. Aggregative Qi ( zong qi )

This is the combination of inhaled clean qi through the lung with the fundamental substance qi of the food digested and absorbed by the stomach and spleen. Aggregative qi is accumulated in the chest and has the function of nourishing the lung and heart, thus promoting respiration and blood circulation.

3. Nutrient Q ( ying qi )

Nutrient qi originates from the essential substance of food transformed by the spleen and stomach. It is the component part of blood flowing throughout the body. The Su Wen states ,' Nutrient qi is actually the essential qi transformed from food and water.'
While in the Langshu it is states, ' The nutrient qi is secreted by the body fluid, circulates in the blood vessels and is transformed into blood to nourish the four extremities, the five zang and six fu organs'

4. Defensive Qi ( wei qi )

Defensive qi is mainly derived from the essential substances of food and water which form a part of the human body's yang qi. It circulates outside the vessels mainly spreading through the muscles and skin. Its physiological functions are ( i ) defending the body surface against the invasion of exogenous pathogenic factors ( ii) warming and nourishing the tissues and organs and ( iii) adjusting the opening and closing of the pores.

Qi is continuously flowing in the body, along the meridian complex. This continuously flow of qi is systematic and not erratic. Qi has two components, Yin and Yang

Yin and Yang

Primordial chaos resulted Yin and Yang. They are dynamically opposite yet harmonizing energies. This harmony brings about a balanced state of the universe. Any upset in this balance results in floods, earthquakes and other natural calamities, and disease in living organisms.

Yin signifies that which is female, passive, dark, cold, moist, proceeds from without inwards to the centre (centripetal), negative or deficient in Yang.

Yang signifies that which is male, light, active, warm. Dry, radiates from within outwards (centrifugal), positive or deficient in Yin.

Nothing is absolutely Yin or Yang. Yang always contains some part of Yin and Yin contains some part of Yang. A classical example of this is man himself. Man is a product of two primary elements, Yang (Father) and Yin (mother). Hence he contains qualities of both.
In health, Yin and Yang are in perfect balance but the polarity of energy is interchangeable. When one principle becomes dominant at the expense of the other, disease ensues. Correction of this imbalance is achieved by needling of selected acupuncture points.

Study of Meridian In Acupuncture

By Ac Nik Fairuz Hakim, Registrar Dept of Acupuncture,
Faculty of Homeopathy Malaysia, Pasir Mas, Kelantan.

The Chinese medicine, everybody believes that life energy, with its components Yin and Yang, influence the whole of life and nature. Man as apart of the cosmos, is under influence from this force, which in turn influence life's executions and the functioning of the body and soul.
Body organs produce energy, which in turn is inherent to life itself. This energy is distributed through the body via the channels (meridians or pathways)
The channels are passages in the body where the vital energy 'qi' or 'chi' circulates. The acupuncture points are locations where the channels come to surface and are easily accessible to acupuncture points for needling, moxibustion, acupressure, reflexology, etc. These channels are joined together in a certain sequence so that the energy circulates and moves from one channel to another as closed and ordered systems.
Each vital organ supplies a certain share of the energy production and there is a transition from a channel to another channel, a strong or a weak organ disturbs the energetical relationship with the other. This causes reactions in the pathological symptoms.

There are 14 main channels running vertically up and down the surface of the body. Out of this, there are 12 organ channels in each half of the body (i.e. paired) and two midline (unpaired). These are connected by collaterals running horizontally and obliquely. In this network vital energy circulates in a definite time-sequence.

Organ Clock ( Midday -Midnight Law )

The twelve main channels are joined to the organ systems, each of which has a maximum activity and energy production during a period of two hours.
The time is called the maximum time meridians. Correspondingly exactly twelve hours of this high tide and low tide occurs in the energy activity. It is possible to read the sequence of the energy circulation in the channels or meridian from the organ clock.
The time factor is very important in Chinese medicine because it seems, that the sensibility in its greatest form. The maximum times have an important significance not olny for diagnostic purposes but also for therapeutic value.
For example , most of the acute asthma attack occur between 3 a.m. to 5 a.m. which is the time of optimum activity of the lung meridians.
The same time happen to the large intestine, where everybody are rushing to toilets at 5.00 am to 7.00 am. While the stomach has its maximal activity from 7.00 am to 9.00 am and the liver from 1.00 to 3.00 am.
This law may be used in diagnosis. A patient may have colicky pains which are worst at midnight. It is the period of maximal activity of the gall bladder or the period of minimal activity of the heart. It is assuming that the pain is most likely due to gall bladder problems or could possibly be the heart. This method of diagnosis, using time onset of symptoms must be very carefully observed, as any mistake in reading, might cause wrong diagnosis. To an expert acupuncturist, the law of midday and midnight are a good source to locate acupuncture points.

Meridian Polarity Time of optimum flow
Lung. Yin. 3 a.m. to 5 a.m.
Large intestine. Yang. 5 a.m. to 7 a.m.
Stomach. Yang. 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Spleen. Yin. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Heart. Yin. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Small intestine. Yang. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Urinary bladder. Yang. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Kidney. Yin. 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Pericardium. Yin. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Triple warmer. Yang. 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Gall bladder. Yang. 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Liver. Yin. 1 a.m. to 3 a.m.

Chart showing cycle of Chi flow, polarity and time of optimum flow.

Zang Fu Theory

There are two categories of organs associated with the 12 organ channels: “Zang” or solid organs having assimilative and storage functions. These are the heart, lungs, spleen, liver and kidneys. “Fu” or hollow organs having secretion or eliminative functions. These are the stomach, large intestine, small intestine, urinary bladder and gall bladder. The 12 paired channels originate in these organs and are named after them. All channels originating from the Zang organs are Yin (negative) and those originating from the Fu organs are Yang (positive)

In the upper limbs there are three Yin channels starting from the chest and ending at the fingertips. They are the lung, pericardium and heart channels. And three Yang channel, the large intestine, triple warmer and small intestine, starting from the back of the fingers and ending on the face.

Three other Yang channels, the stomach, gall bladder and urinary bladder, start from the face, extend along the trunk, back and side of the leg to end at the toes. Three other Yin channels, the liver, spleen and kidney, start from the toes, run over the medial (inside) aspect of the leg and thigh and end on the chest.

Two mid-line meridians are the conception vessel meridian (Ren Mai) and the governing vessel meridian (Du Mai). The conception vessel runs from the mid-point of the perineum over the abdomen, navel and the chest and ends at the root of the tongue. The governing vessel starts from behind the anus, runs over the sacrum, spinal column, nape of the neck, passes over the head and front of the face, and ends in the mouth behind the upper lip.

The starting and end points of the meridians or channels on the fingers and toes are called Jing-well points. They are very useful pressure points in emergencies and fainting attacks since changes of energy polarity occur here.

Two more important acupressure points are GV 26 (renzhong) and K.1 ( yongquan)

Western medical science cannot explain why the pain of angina pectoris (heart pain) sometimes runs from the chest down the inner side of the left arm to the little finger, which is the path of the heart meridian of acupuncture. Similarly, since the heart and the small intestine are coupled organs, a patient having heart attack feels like passing a motion. That is why, the oriental medicine considered that the Zang-Fu theory is as an important diagnostic and therapeutic value.

"The means whereby man is created, The means whereby disease occurs,
The means whereby man is cured, The twelve channels are the basis of
all theory and treatment."

- Huang Ti Nei Jing Su Wen.

Laser in Acupuncture


by Ac Nik Fairuz Hakim, DAc., M.Ac

Laser stands for “Light Amplification by Simulated Emission of Radiation” lasers have become a rage in the west. It was therefore not long before a laser acupuncture therapy apparatus was designed and made there. In acupuncture, the laser beam is directed at acupuncture points to bring about relief. From the patient’s point of view, it is well accepted as there is no needle penetration.

The laser used in acupuncture therapy has helium-Neon gas (Hene Laser) as the emitting source of radiation. It has an output of 25 milliwatts, a penetration depth of 5 mm and a wavelength of 6,320 Angstrom units (red part of the spectrum). The red part of the spectrum is capable of the highest level of transmission and skin penetration. The theoretical basis of laser stimulation is that acupuncture points are specific points where absorption of various forms of energies like heat, light, sound, electricity, magnetism, etc., is greater than in the surrounding area.

Stimulation in this therapy is caused solely by absorption of light through the skin. Considering that the penetration of the skin is only 5 mm as against the average depth of 1 to 1.5 cuns by needle penetration, the main use of laser therapy is in skin conditions
The laser is giving wonderful results in cosmetic conditions like acne, pimples, wrinkles, scars, etc. it can also be used in children’s diseases, especially in deafness.

The cost of acupuncture laser varies from RM 500 to RM 5,000. At the moment the German Acupuncture Laser from Sieman & Co is considered as the best.
Much work still remains to be done in charting out more and more applications of this master innovation.

Plants Acupuncture

Points for Plants

Wow - better botany through acupuncture - who would have thought?Researcher patents use of acupuncture on plantsLONG-TERM PROJECT: Hsiao Gui-wen spent eight years drawing up a comprehensive map of plant acupuncture points and another seven years perfecting the treatment By Chung Li-huaSTAFF REPORTERS Sunday, Jan 07, 2007, Page 2Can acupuncture be used on plants?After experimenting for 15 years, Hsiao Gui-wen (蕭貴文), a researcher of Chinese medicine, has uncovered the acupuncture points on plants.When applied to fruit-bearing plants such as peach and apple trees, acupuncture not only advanced the harvest time by a month and a half, but also decreased damage by blight.
The technique has been patented, and many interested businesses now are in negotiation for the rights to use the technology.Hsiao originally ran a chiropractic clinic in Yonghe. After he witnessed ginger lilies change color upon absorbing dyes, he toyed with the idea that plants may have acupuncture points like humans.
We have done Acupuncture at Gelang Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia since 1980

Acupuncture Relief Neck Pain

For Just a Little Money Down . . .

. . . you can get rid of that pain in the neck. There is nothing like a large sample size to support a point (no pun intended)!Yes, acupuncture really does have a point, study revealsBy Hannah Devlin from The Times OnlineA study has found that acupuncture not only helps to relieve pain but is a cost-effective way of doing so.More than 3,400 patients suffering from neck pain were studied over a three-month period by scientists based at the Berlin Institute of Social Medicine. About half received acupuncture in addition to routine care.
The researchers, whose study is reported in the journal Pain, found that the extra cost of the acupuncture treatment resulted in health benefits that were great enough to make the treatment cost-effective.“Acupuncture isn’t controversial any more,” said Claudia Witt, who led the project. “We’ve shown that it works.” She added that it was in no way comparable to other alternative therapies. ”One in five people in Britain suffers from long-term pain and about half of these have taken time off work because of it. While acupuncture is provided in the majority of pain clinics in Britain, access to the treatment is limited.

Acupuncture Relief Neck Pain

For Just a Little Money Down . . .

. . . you can get rid of that pain in the neck. There is nothing like a large sample size to support a point (no pun intended)!Yes, acupuncture really does have a point, study revealsBy Hannah Devlin from The Times OnlineA study has found that acupuncture not only helps to relieve pain but is a cost-effective way of doing so.More than 3,400 patients suffering from neck pain were studied over a three-month period by scientists based at the Berlin Institute of Social Medicine. About half received acupuncture in addition to routine care.
The researchers, whose study is reported in the journal Pain, found that the extra cost of the acupuncture treatment resulted in health benefits that were great enough to make the treatment cost-effective.“Acupuncture isn’t controversial any more,” said Claudia Witt, who led the project. “We’ve shown that it works.” She added that it was in no way comparable to other alternative therapies. ”One in five people in Britain suffers from long-term pain and about half of these have taken time off work because of it. While acupuncture is provided in the majority of pain clinics in Britain, access to the treatment is limited.

How Acupuncture Work

What, How and When You Need Acupuncture

What Is Acupuncture

Acu means ‘sharp needle’ puncture or acupuntura means ‘to prick.’ Acupuncture has been practiced by Indian, Arabs, Incas, Chinese, but credit goes to the Chinese because they have documented evidence ‘Huang Ti Sue Wen’ the book of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion written 271 years before Christian Era.
Acupuncture is an ancient art and science of healing which some says it was practiced in China since 4000 years ago.
According to ancient book there are 365 basic acupuncture points, but today the clinical points of acupuncture has increased to moer than 2000 points with 12 basic meridian or channel and 2 Extra Meridian.

How Does Acupuncture Works To Cure

This again become mysterious as how acupuncture was founded 4000 years ago, it is ancient and yet it success and wide spread practiced throughout the world show that acupuncture does give a mysterious curative power to heal the sick without any side effect or with any drugging. Or as the Pakistani Arm Forces said – ‘Acupuncture as pain relief without drugs !’
According to Chinese philosophy of healing, the human body is governed by ‘chi’ [ a life force ] ‘tenaga batin’ which is continuously circulating along the acupuncture channels. The chi [ qi ] consists of two dynamically opposite yet harmonizing energies called ‘Yin and Yang’
Yin signifies the female and negative energy while Yang signifies the male and positive energy. In health ‘Yin and Yang’ are in perfect balance. Any inbalance yin and yang will cause disease. Through Acupuncture needling, it will help to balance the energies thus result ‘the cure’
Western scientist through ‘Research on Acupuncture by MRI’ shows that when acupuncture needle were inserted at some acupuncture points will trigger chemical substances and neurotransmitters ( Endropin, Enkeplins, etc) which pass nerve impulses to the brain to bring about the desired effect.