By Emily YoffePharmacist and author Emily Yoffs has been a long-time consumer of Chinese medicine, but she was recently inspired to write about the unique ways Chinese doctors and pharmacies make it possible for their patients to access the products they want and need.
I first learned about the Chinese pharmaceutical industry in the 1980s when I was working at a pharmaceutical company in Taiwan.
At the time, there were few pharmacists in the country, and a lot of the pharmaceuticals were imported from the United States.
I had a few friends who were pharmacist assistants and would come to my house for Chinese medicine.
I used to get the bulk of my medicine in the pharmacy.
I would also get the medication from my wife’s husband and the other pharmacist who worked at the pharmacy, and I’d use that medicine for the rest of my life.
When I was doing my own practice, I also had a lot more experience.
My patients and I had been dealing with the Chinese medicine in Taiwan for over a decade, and it was pretty well understood.
The Chinese medicine I used was not in the same class of medicines as the Western medicines.
It was not an herbal medicine, nor was it a nutritional supplement.
I didn’t understand how Chinese doctors could prescribe such a broad spectrum of products.
I began writing about Chinese medicine to share my experience, but in the end, it took me more than 20 years to get a full, published book.
I have a lot to say about Chinese medicines, but I can’t speak for the Chinese people, but there’s a lot I learned about how they did it.
The biggest challenge for me in writing my book was writing it in English.
I think that Chinese pharmacists speak English fluently, but they don’t use a lot different words, and so there are some words that I didn