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LH Foot Care Services
預約程序Booking Procedure︰ Reservation by Phone: (626) 380-6666 (213) 620 - 7038
1) 電郵預約：客戶先電郵至 firstname.lastname@example.org 預約 (以先到先得原則安排，以電郵接收時間作準)。
Email Booking: customers should send a request via email to email@example.com
日期： / /2008
Name of the reflexologist/: (如不須指定师傅, 可省卻)//
The booking email should include the information shown in the sample below:
Chair no.: 4 (not required if no preference of chair no.)
Name of customer: C K Lam
Telephone no.: 8765 4321
Telephone confirmation: the referral centre will notify customers once email booking confirmed.
Customers may refer to the following service schedule before booking.
服務時段 Service Schedule
時段：12 節，由10:00 am 至 11:00 pm
Time Slot: 12 sessions, from 10:00 am to 11:00pm
容額：每節設有8 - 12 張椅
Capacity: 8 - 12 seats at each session
時段 Time Slot
1. 10:00-11:002. 2. 11:00-12:00 3. 14:00-15:00 4. 15:00-16:00 5. 16:00-17:00
6. 17:00-18:00 7. 18:00-19:00 8. 19:00-20:00 9. 20:00-21:00 10. 21:00-22:00
To visit us in San Gabriel City
1. Take Freeway 10 to San Gabriel city
2. Exit San Gabriel Blvd north
3. Pass the second red light about 100 feet before Valley Blvd, we are on
your left hand side in the San Gabriel Super Store Parking Lot.
From West Valley Blvd: Just make right turn into San Gabriel Super
Store Parking Lot before San Gabriel Blvd.
From East Valley Blvd: After pass San Gabriel Blvd, Make a Left Turn
into San Gabriel Super Store Parking Lot.
To Visit Us in LA Downtown (Chinatown)
1. From 10 freeway east merge onto US-101 North
2. Take exit 2A to merge onto N Vignes St 0.3 mi
3. Turn left at East Cesar E Chavez Avenue 0.4 mi
4. Continue on W Cesar E Chavez Ave 269 ft
5. Turn right at N Spring St. We are between Ord Street and W
Cesar E Chavez Ave. We paid for your Parking in Metro Plaza.
Open 7 days a week
10:00 am to 11:pm other
time by appointment only
Herbal Foot Baths to Promote Health
In herbal foot bathing, the feet are immersed in a tub filled with a special herbal solution. Ancient Chinese physicians believed that: "the three yin
meridians (Liver, Spleen and Kidney) start from the toes, and exterior coldness tends to invade from the soles; washing the feet before sleep helps to
warm the yin meridians and expel the coldness." Based on long term experience, they commented that:
Washing feet in spring promotes the yang qi to flow upward, and thus consolidates the internal organs in their proper positions;
Washing feet in summer helps to eliminate dampness (relieves tiredness and promotes the appetite);
Washing feet in autumn nourishes the lungs and promotes its functioning (less chance of respiratory problems developing);
Washing feet in winter can warm up the dan-tian (enhance resistance against cold weather).
In addition to immersing the feet in a hot solution, massage is applied on the toes and soles to enhance the stimulation. Generally, the Liver Meridian and
Spleen Meridian run through the big toe; the Stomach Meridian runs through the second toe; the Gall Bladder Meridian runs through the fourth toe; the
Bladder Meridian runs through the small toe and the Kidney Meridian runs through the center of the sole. For example, massaging the big toes can
invigorate the digestive functions; the fourth toes can relieve constipation and rib sides discomfort; the small toe is helpful to prevent bedwetting in
children and uterine problems in women, while the center of the sole is beneficial for kidney problems.
Herbal foot bathing is widely used as a supplementary healing therapy for conditions like skin diseases, joint pain, hypertension, insomnia or diarrhea in
children. Each time prepare a herbal decoction in an amount sufficient to cover ankles; keep the water temperature between 50 -60℃, and soak for at least
15 minutes; do this one to three times daily. After bathing, wipe the feet properly, keep warm and avoid wind; raise the feet and rest for 15 to 30 minutes.
Below are sample prescriptions:
Ingredients Gambir vine stem (20g crushed) and borneol (5g), stuff up with a gauze bag.
Methods Steep the bag into the bathtub and soak for 30 to 45 minutes each time. The same bag can be used twice daily, after waking up or before sleep.
Ten days is one course.
Ingredients Selfheal fruit spike (30g), gambir vine stem (20g), mulberry leaf (15g) and chrysanthemum (20g); prepared as decoction. See picture
Methods Each time soak for 10 to 15 minutes, 1 to 2 times daily.
Ingredients Magnetite (30g), baical skullcap root, chrysanthemum and fleece flower stem (15g of each); prepare as a decoction. See picture
Methods Soak before sleep.
3. Emission or premature ejaculation
Ingredients Agrimony grass (30g), baical skullcap root and peony root bark (9g of each); prepare as a decoction.
Methods Soak before sleep.
4. Ankle injuries
Ingredients Sappan wood (30g), peach kernel and resinous secretion (12g of each), safflower, ground beetles, frankincense and myrrh (10g of each),
pyrite (20g); prepare as a decoction.
Methods Soak for 30 minutes.
5. Frostbite of the foot / Limbs coldness
Ingredients Cassia twig and dried ginger (15g of each), monkshood (10g); prepare as decoction. See picture
Methods Soak for 8 to 10 minutes each time, three times daily.
6. Fungal infection of the feet
Ingredients Oldenlandia herb, cnidium seeds and dictamnus root bark (30g of each), baical skullcap root and oriental water-plantain root (15g of each);
prepare as a decoction. See picture
Methods Soak for 50 minutes each time, which is most applicable in summer time.
7. Menstrual pain
Ingredients Motherwort herb, nutgrass flatsedge rhizome, frankincense, myrrh and selfheal fruit spike (20g of each); prepare as a 2000ml decoction. See
Methods Soak for 15 to 30 minutes each time.
8. Child bedwetting
Ingredients Japanese teasel root, cibot rhizome and dodder seed (30g of each), pilose asiabell root and poria (20g of each), liquorice root (6g); prepare as a
Methods Soak for 30 minutes each time.
9. Excessive sweating of the feet
Ingredients Kudzuvine root (60g) and alum (30g), prepare as a 2000ml decoction.
Methods Soak for 30 minutes each time. The solution helps to arrest sweating and itchiness.
LH F o o t M a s s a g e
W e all know acupuncture works very well, but you need a certified practitioner to perform it and it also cost much more. What happens if you don't
enjoy those tiny needles inserting into your body or you just want a little bit help to relax yourself? Well, how about a foot massage in our LH FOOT
Foot massages are a simple and effective way to better health. According to Chinese Medicine, the foot is, in fact, a separate body, which is directly
related to all of our body parts and organs. Your foot is divided into many different vital-energy sections, which can treat different areas of your body.
By massaging a section of the foot, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment. Foot massage can also be used to treat internal
organ diseases, relieve internal discomfort, and relax your body.
So, by stimulating one or a combination of areas, you will in turn be massaging the corresponding body muscles and organs.
It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, to help clear away toxic substances in our body.
600 E. Valley Blvd. Unit B
San Gabriel CA 91776
(626) 288-1328 (626) 380-6666