OUR STORY

Over the last 30 years, in Russia,  San Jose, Southern CA and Vietnam, a line of herbal nutritional supplements has been developed by medical doctors, scientists, and master herbalists that has achieved exceptionally good results.

We use these products routinely in our centers, and many of our clients from all over the world have been delighted with the results of using these products.

It is proven that there is a healthy way to balance and heal yourself. Our bodies are really quite intelligent and able to take care of themselves….especially when they are in balance!

Our Philosophy of Integrating Western and Eastern Medicines for Chronic condition

Chronic condition that affect functions of the heart, liver, kidney, or digestive systems often do not respond well to Western medications. One reason that Western medicine fails to treat these diseases effectively is that in general it does not appreciate the importance of natural substances in helping the body to heal itself. In contrast, the philosophy of Eastern medicine is based on understanding that the human body has a marvelous recuperative ability. Given the right foods and supplements, it can repair itself.

In addition to eating a healthy diet, it is important to take specific nutritional supplements and the active compounds in natural herbs. The appropriate combination of natural supplements can provide an opportunity for the body to balance and heal itself -the ultimate reversal from a disease state.

How do we integrate medications and herbs? Sadly, there is ignorance and distrust by both Eastern and Western physicians in regard to combining therapeutic agents from each others’  traditions. Western doctors consider herbs mysterious, difficult to understand, and of questionable quality. Eastern doctors find that Western medications are too overpowering for the body, focused on treating the symptoms and are associated with negative side effects.

At Inventive Natural, we find that integrating Eastern and Western medicines can bring tremendous benefits for people with chronic diseases: Western medications for their power, precision, and dramatic effects, and herbal supplements for their natural simplicity and fewer negative side effects.

We recommend that people take herbal and nutritional supplements to support  specific conditions. Herbal supplements can help the body to balance and heal itself, thus minimizing the negative side effects of drugs.

We also recommend taking natural nutritional supplements to achieve greater health and an improved quality of life. People feel better when they take these supplements, and they report fewer negative side effects from any medication they are taking.

 

OUR DOCTORS

Dr. Ba Hoang, M.D., Ph.D.
Chief Technical Officer

 

Dr. Thai Ha, M.D. (GI)
Medical Advisor


Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications by our Doctors:

Hoang, B. X., Shaw, D. G., Pham, P., and Levine, S. A (2010). Treating Asthma as a Neuroelectrical Disorder.Inflamm Allergy Drug Targets (in press).

Hoang, B. X., Graeme Shaw, D., Pham, P., and Levine, S. (2007). Restoration of cellular energetic balance with L-carnitine in the neuro-bioenergetic approach for cancer prevention and treatment.Med Hypotheses 69, 262-272.

Hoang, B. X., Graeme Shaw, D., Pham, P., and Levine, S. A. (2007).Neuro-bioenergetic concepts in cancer prevention and treatment.Med Hypotheses 68, 832-843.

Hoang, B. X., Levine, S. A., Pham, P., and Shaw, D. G. (2007).Hypothesis of the cause and development of neoplasms.Eur J Cancer Prev 16, 55-61.

Hoang, B. X., Shaw, D. G., Levine, S., Hoang, C., and Pham, P. (2007).New approach in asthma treatment using excitatory modulator.Phytother Res 21, 554-557.

Hoang, B. X., Shaw, D. G., Pham, P. T., and Levine, S. A. (2007). Neurobiological effects of melatonin as related to cancer. Eur J Cancer Prev 16, 511-516.

Hoang, B. X., Levine, S. A., Graeme Shaw, D., Pham, P., and Hoang, C. (2006).Bronchial epilepsy or broncho-pulmonary hyper-excitability as a model of asthma pathogenesis.Med Hypotheses 67, 1042-1051.

Pham, P., Frei, K. P., Woo, W., and Truong, D. D. (2006). Molecular defects of the dystonia-causing torsinA mutation. Neuroreport17, 1725-1728.

Hoang, B., Shaw, D. G. Refractory idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura: An integrated approach to treatment (2003) J. Orthomol. Med. 18, 77-82

 

Dr. Ba Hoang, M.D., Ph.D.
CTO

Dr. Ba Hoang M.D. PhD is currently a Senior Medical Research Associate at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC), where he is working with a team of scientists at the Nimni-Cordoba Tissue Engineering and Drug Discovery Laboratory.

Dr. Ba is also currently collaborating with the Pulmonary Research Group at Basel University in Switzerland for research and development of innovative approach to treat asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Dr. Ba received his M.D. and PhD from St. Petersburg Medical Academy in 1990 and worked as a pediatric hematologist in St. Petersburg Children Hospital in Russia. He was awarded a fellowship by Swedish Pharmacy Research Foundation for his work on the field of clinical allergology.

In 1996, Dr. Ba was granted a United State visa for a person with extraordinary ability in science. His work “uses natural molecules to regulate cell energy metabolism … the major breakthrough discoveries have already shown positive effects in both preclinical and clinical applications” according to USC’s Associate Professor Bo Han and Professor Marcel Mimni of the Department of surgery of Keck school of medicine of USC.

Dr. Ba uses 40 years of scientific research and development to blend scientific Western and natural Eastern medicines. He learned about the medicinal power of herbs from his grandfather, a revered and widely respected folk healer. His family generations of doctors has been able to create integrated medicine formulas that produce excellent results for difficult and chronic health disorders such as asthma, emphysema, hepatitis, cirrhosis, chronic viral infections, auto-immune disorders, gout, chronic glomerulonephritis, ITP, diabetes, neuropathy, and primary childhood immune deficiencies.