About ConceptShen

Our formulas have taken years to design and formulate using the thorough diagnostics and pattern discrimination principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine, while marrying the modern practices of Western medicine. All of our formulas have undergone clinical usage and assessment.

Through the use of specifically chosen antioxidants, amino acids and Chinese herbal medicine, practitioners will have access to formulations that will give amazing results time and time again.

ConceptShen products are for Practitioner Dispensing Only and can only be purchased after consultation from selected qualified practitioners. They cannot be sold directly to the public without proper consultation from a qualified practitioner.

The ConceptShen website is intended for ‘Practitioners Only’ and any public wishing to purchase these products can contact us to find out the nearest practitioners that sells these products.

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ConceptShen is strictly a practitioner only supplement company and access to purchasing our products can only be via an accredited practitioner who belongs to an association or other appropriate regulatory body. If you are a practitioner, please provide your complete details for access to our product range. If you are a member of the public interested in our product line, please share our page with your practitioner.

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Endometriosis Awareness March 2018

This month is Endometriosis awareness month and I wanted to bring awareness about this disease where many women are “missed” and “dismissed” by multiple healthcare practitioners in the process. Endometriosis is an inflammatory gynaecological disease, by which endometrial like tissue grows outside the endometrium and affects 1 in 10 women. But while the current research […]

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Endometriosis Facts

Endometriosis is one of the most misdiagnosed, and under diagnosed condition in women. Many health care professionals often either do know the symptoms to look for, or are unsure of the symptoms, because they are often so variable. A significant portion of women with endometriosis are asymptomatic (no symptoms at all). Establishing the diagnosis of […]

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