About Tong Ren Tang Gulf
Founded in 1669 (Eighth year on the throne of Emperor Kangxi, Qing Dynasty), Beijing Tong Ren Tang was the only one serving the royal families with Chinese medicine for 188 years over the reign of eight emperors since 1723. Beijing Tong Ren Tang was renowned in the Chinese medicine industry nationally. Inheriting the Tong Ren Tang’s corporate motto of “No compromise on cost and labour despite the complexity of processing herbal medicines. No compromise on quality and standard despite the scarcity of medicine ingredients".
Over 350 years, we are self-disciplined to offer products and services with quality. We are cautious in our manufacturing process and look for excellence, our products are famous and hereditary with its unique formulas, superior raw materials, superb technical skills and distinguished efficacy.
The primary motive is modern production, modern business and modern medical business.
We constitute quality, sincerity and constant attention in production process to show efficacy of our medicines, even the hindrances could not stopped us to grow as green pharmaceutical global giant.
Chinese medicine has been significant Chinese element in history of 5000 years and it has made ineradicable contribution to the generations in China.
Tong Ren Tang is Chinese medicine culture is from health care and saving lives are the highest achievements. The collateral growth and concatenation of Chinese Empire medicine with home remedies surmounted Tong Ren Tang to the new heights.
In the year 1669 Yue Xianyang established a very first Chinese medical shop and named it Tong Ren based to his experience gained at emperor’s hospital and the collection of his ancient prescription. The new dimensions were added to Tang Ren Tong in the year 1702 by son Yue Fengming the son of Yue Xianyang, he never compromised with quality and standards in situation despite scarcity of natural ingredients.
On the moral ground the primary motive was to save the lives of nation. Tong Ren Tang is abide to high quality, high standard and high purity for its herbal processing which was available for monarchy to common person. Now Tong Ren Tang is grown to the industrial level with modern ways of production and medical services, it has 25 production bases with 84 production lines, 23 dosage forms and more than 1500 products. Production, marketing and outsourcing is now done at International level. Ding Yong Ling is one of the key personality and Vice General Manager in China Beijing Tong Ren Tang Group co. Ltd., she took the initiative to give global exposure to this organization and gave Chinese medicine & therapies new identity in entire world. This organization became part of China’s non commercial heritage list. There more than 1800 stores in China and more than 150 stores across the globe on 20 countries. Our verticals are medical health care, academic education and medicinal food catering fields.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
The five elements in Chinese medicine culture are following
- Spleen/Stomach is earth.
- Lungs/Large Intestines are metal.
- Kidneys/Urinary Bladder is water.
- Liver/Gallbladder is wood.
- Heart/Small Intestines are fire.
Each of these elements are associated with particular colour, Flavour and motion. Time of day, time of year and most importantly each element is paired with one set of yin and yang organs except for the fire elements which has two sets. Energy flows from one element to next in a continuous cycle know as generating cycle. In this cycle each element is both a parent to the next and a child to the previous element, whereas energy flows from parent to the child.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a way of looking at ourselves and our world that sees everything as a whole and considers everything in this context. In Traditional Chinese Medicine this perspective is called “taking whole.”
This perspective is applied to everything affecting our health and wellbeing; from our diet, exercise, and how we handle stress; to how we interact with our family and friends, our community, and our environment.
Thus Traditional Chinese Medicine not only identifies and treats illness and prevents disease but, just as importantly, optimizes health, wellbeing, and sustainability in our lives and in our world.
Four Key Traditional Chinese Medicine Principles
- Your body is an integrated whole. Each and every structure in your body is an integral and necessary part of the whole. Along with your mind, emotions, and spirit, your physical body structures form a miraculously complex, interrelated system that is powered by life force, or energy.
- You are completely connected to nature. Changes in nature are always reflected in your body. Traditional Chinese Medicine factors that are important are working in the particular season, geographical location, time of day, as well as your age, genetics, and the condition of your body when looking at your health issues.
- You were born with a natural self-healing ability. Your body is a microcosm that reflects the macrocosm. Think about it: nature has a regenerative capacity, and so do you. Sometimes, this ability may appear to be lost or difficult to access. In most cases, it is never completely gone.
- Prevention is the best cure. Do you know your body is continually revealing signs about the state of your health? Let’s face it, it’s common to ignore these signs or symptoms until something more complicated arises. Traditional Chinese Medicine teaches you how to interpret what your body is telling you.