In today’s medical system, there is a huge gap between conventional medicine and complementary medicine. Existing medicine is rooted in scientifically proven theories and controlled research experiments focusing on pharmaceutical and invasive surgical procedures. For trauma, serious injury, infection, and acute pain, conventional medicine provides clear and effective solutions. However, since conventional medicine is subdivided into specialized fields, it overlooks the importance of treating the body as an integrated whole.
On the other hand, complementary medicine, commonly referred to as alternative medicine, looks at the human body as a whole and emphasizes the harmony and balance of mind, body, and mind as the primary path to continuous health. However, complementary medicine is generally not based on research but on subjective experience, anecdotal evidence, and user observation.