Traditional Chinese Medicine Council of Ireland(TCMCI) (

The TCMCI is responsible for the regulation and maintenance of a Register of Acupuncturists. Only fully qualified and insured practitioners can become members of TCMCI. All members are bound by a Code of Ethics and Code of Practice, which is strictly enforced by the Executive Committee of the TCMCI, thus offering a guarantee of confidence to any patient seeking treatment. (

An extensive U.S. source of information on all aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine..

Giovanni Maciocia (

The official site of Giovanni Maciocia, one of the mostly highly respected practitioner of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in Europe.

Ying Yang House (

Ying Yang is an informational site pertaining to the practice of Chinese and Japanese acupuncture as well as other healing systems. The site has extensive information regarding acupuncture theory and treatment protocols.

Chinese Medicine Sample (

Excellent source of information on all Traditional Chinese Medicine topics.

Journal of Chinese Medicine (

The Journal of Chinese Medicine is recognised as the foremost English language journal on all aspects of Chinese medicine.

Irish Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (

The IRCHM is a self-regulating body to ensure the professional training, ethical and clinical practice standards of its members. The Register is a constituent member of the Irish Herbal Practitioners Association(IHPA) which is an umbrella organisation incorporating different traditions in herbal medicine in Ireland

Irish Health (

Comprehensive guide to health for Irish users and includes health news and feature service.

British National Formulary(BNF) (

The official Pharmacists Guide to prescription medications including pharmacology,inidications, dosage, side effects, adverse drug reactions etc.

Irish Medicines Board(IMB) (

Important source of information on the licensing of Medicinal products(including herbs) in Ireland