Traditional Medicine Vs Modern Medicine.

Traditional Medicine Vs Modern Medicine has been an ongoing debate for many decades. Since the invention of modern medicine, many people have not been ready to admit it because they have listened to and been taught traditional medicine and its holistic methods using natural herbs and religious beliefs. In fact, both medicines had the same effectiveness, and their use interchangeably gives the best therapeutic results to this day.

On the other hand, few have always advocated modern medicine, because it has always been supported by practical examples, tests and scientific methods. In the debate on traditional medicine and alternative medicine, they made a strong statement that modern medicine or alternative medicine can be tested, improved and prevent impending illness if given in the right amount.

Let’s delve into a deep analysis of traditional medicine versus alternative medicine / modern medicine.



Simple and effective


Very safe


For adults and children


Supporting the treatment of conventional medicine

What is Traditional Medicine?


Traditional medicine is medicine that has been used to treat for decades using specific theories, beliefs, knowledge, skills and cultural traditions. The WHO has defined this in great detail. According to the WHO, traditional medicine is the sum of knowledge, skills and practices based on theories, beliefs and experiences of different cultures, whether explainable or not, used in the maintenance of health, as well as in the prevention , diagnosis, improvement of health or treatment of physical and mental diseases.

Examples of traditional medicine are Ayurvedic treatment in Asians, homeopathy in Germans, Kampo medicine in Japanese and naturopathy in Europeans, TCM – Traditional Chinese Medicine in Chinese, TMM – Traditional Mongolian Medicine in Mongolians. Today, there are a few rare traditional pharmacies in Europe. Due to the fact that registration of TM preparations is very heavy and monstrously expensive these pharmacies can be counted on the fingers of one hand.

What does a medical visit look like according to the principles of Traditional Medicine?

A visit to a TCM or Traditional Medicine doctor is very similar to a visit to an internist or family doctor. TCM diagnostics is among the most effective diagnostic methods for detecting diseases without the need for expensive diagnostic machines. Traditional Medicine is an established method of treatment – it is effective and safe.

How to make an appointment with a Traditional Medicine specialist?

You can make an appointment most quickly and conveniently by calling Professor Enji directly at 607 489 251.

How long does it take to visit a spec. Traditional Medicine?

A visit to a Traditional Medicine doctor is never short. Depending on the complexity of the disease case, it can take up to 60 minutes.

The visit is required to have:

  • ID card or passport. It cannot be a school ID card for those over 18 years of age. Children are admitted with the consent of their parents or legal guardians.

What to bring with you to your visit:

  • past and current medical records, medical history, hospital discharges, periodic diagnostic tests and medical recommendations from other clinics if conducted.
  • a detailed description of the condition and the expectations you would like to achieve using traditional medicine methods.





Traditional medicine - first visit - acupuncture office warsaw
Traditional medicine - first visit - acupuncture office warsaw

What is Conventional Medicine?


Modern medicine or conventional medicine is also called academic medicine, Rockefeller medicine or evidence-based medicine because it was established as an alternative to the traditional ways and beliefs of alternative medicine. Modern medicine was invented to have standardized drugs and drug patents for specific ailments and conditions. Conventional medicine has developed mainly in the last 200 years completely using the achievements, insights of Traditional Medicine, where certain typical conditions were treated with certain herbs or their mixtures, and then some “Jew” came up with the idea of patenting the drugs of conventional medicine in order to increase people’s gratitude towards this very medicine.

What’s more, it’s not just pills and syrups. Some modern physical therapies have been developed after years of practice and calculations in traditional medicine. For example, Acupuncture, Chiropractic and other energy-enhancing therapies were invented after years of progression from traditional to modern medicine. Now we have some medical pathologies where Traditional Medicine practitioners say that their methods are better than those of other Traditional Medicine practitioners because they are based on some “patents” that are borrowed from Conventional Medicine.

To sum up, conventional medicine taught in medical academies is nothing more than patent science, which is based on “scientific” evidence, where some doctors trained in this system teach other future doctors of this system to derive strictly patented drugs. This whole system is highly pathological, and Poland is the best pathological picture of how it should not look like!




FAQ – Questions


What is Modern Medicine

Modern medicine-otherwise known as conventional medicine-is what is known as “modern medicine. “evidence-based medicine” but in reality it is a branch of traditional medicine based on patents obtained from extracting the active ingredients of herbal medicines into a synthetic (patented) drug.

The fact that a patent is held does not prove effectiveness and has little bearing on the therapeutic effects of a drug. Drugs are patented solely to reap tangible benefits and eliminate competition.

Why are people turning away from modern medicine?

How long does a convention medicine visit last?

A conventional visit generally lasts about 15 minutes. Considering the duties of writing prescriptions and pasting all the data into the computer, very little time is left for the actual visit and examination of the patient.

Currently, young doctors with very little clinical experience sit in internal medicine offices, which is required to properly provide similar medical services.

When to use conventional medicine?

We recommend first using all the procedures of conventional medicine or working on multiple levels using both medicines at once.

For emergency conditions, use only conventional medicine.

Traditional Medicine or Modern Medicine – what is the difference?

The main difference between modern medicine and traditional medicine are the dosage specifications of the preparations – their standard quantitative dosages for specific conditions and symptoms.

Modern medicine and its patent medicines generally have hard quantitative dosages that cannot be changed. Any change can be detrimental to health and burden other organs. Although we will treat one thing, some other organ may be negatively affected.

Traditional medicine selects drugs more for the patient and his symptoms. Dosages are always determined on an individual basis starting from very small to the right amounts.

Today’s modern drugs may seem safer because they are more “researched” but nothing could be further from the truth. More patent medicines are being withdrawn from the market as in traditional medicine due to messy reactions or interactions with other drugs. The dosage of modern medicine is also a problem because dosages are predetermined and chemical formulas cannot be changed.

Traditional Medicine medicines are mostly based on herbs and all that comes from nature. Herbs generally do not interact with other drugs, side effects are extremely rare.

Integrated Medicine

In Poland there are few doctors what can combine the knowledge of conventional medicine with traditional medicine. It seems that the best choice for the patient is a combination of these methods where we take only the best of a particular medicine and use it for health.

Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture recognized by WHO as a science!!!

We are extremely pleased to inform you that thanks to the efforts of millions of people around the world, the World Health Organization has recognized Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture as a science on par with academic medicine.

Advantages of Traditional Medicine

Traditional medicines have almost no side effects and are proven enough, as they have been advised for many generations and have been very effective. In addition, traditional medicines are made from herbs that not only treat specific symptoms, but make the whole body better. So, traditional medicine is more passive with less apparent sudden efficacy, but provides flawless treatment of symptoms without any side effects, and that means the whole body too.

Advantages of Modern Medicine

Modern conventional medicine has been scientifically proven with the results of actual tests, hypotheses, and not just on the basis of theory. Conventional medicine provides quick relief from specific symptoms because it only targets that problem area with proven chemical formulas. In addition, modern medicine has advanced so far that it can treat many identified diseases plus it can actually prevent many deadly viral infections or possible genetic diseases. The distant future looks bright for this medicine due to the patentability of various inventions of science.



Traditional Medicine is extremely effective and safe


Traditional Medicine Helps Fight CoVid19


Traditional Medicine can be used in children


Elderly people are successfully using the achievements of traditional medicine


Many conditions can be cured by traditional medicine faster than conventional medicine

Is Modern Medicine better than Traditional Medicine?


No. Modern medicine, also known as conventional medicine, is simply the type of medicine best known to us. All Medical Academies in Poland teach students only in the field of medicine in medical terms, and not, as is the case in many Asian countries, in the field of medicine – Traditional Medicine.

In China, to become a Traditional Medicine doctor it can take as long as 12 years to study which is only 6 years compared to internal medicine or family medicine majors. In fact, a Traditional Medicine doctor in China must complete a degree in Classical Medicine to be accepted for specialization in Traditional Medicine or Acupuncture. Often Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture are two separate fields of medical study.

The advantage of Traditional Medicine is the issue of diagnosis because a TCM doctor does not need expensive diagnostic machines to diagnose his patients.

However, it is important to remember that both Traditional Medicine and Modern Medicine should work together for the benefit of the patient and cooperate.

Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine


Very often you will encounter that a traditional medicine doctor will offer you treatment using treatments and herbs. Below is a list of the most common treatments by type of condition. Keep in mind that this is only a small part of what Traditional Medicine has to offer.

Pain Treatment

Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture is known for its effectiveness in treating various pain foci. Pain is the main spectrum of acupuncture’s effects.

Therapeutic Acupuncture

Very popular in the West. Used by a higher class of doctors PhDs and professors. It has a wide range of applications and is virtually painless.

Cosmetic Acupuncture

A method to beautify the body. Used regularly by Korean and Chinese models to maintain beautiful and youthful skin on the face and body for years to come.


A type of acupuncture applied to the ears through specially designed needles. Recommended for addiction treatment and weight loss.

Regenerative Acupuncture

Used prophylactically as a recovery method for traffic accidents, injuries, sprains, fractures and movement problems.

Weight Loss Acupuncture

Acupuncture supports the body’s metabolic processes. They can be accelerated and affect faster weight loss or increase appetite.

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