Meet Dr. Loo
The inspiration for Dr. Loo’s Harmony Patches™ came from my experiences as a mother, a daughter, and a clinician.
As a physician, I could empathize with the stress and helplessness people often feel when a loved one is ill, especially when that loved one is a young child or an elderly parent. I experienced the agony as a parent for the first time when I could not calm down my crying first born. I thought the baby had gas, maybe colic. The conventional treatment at the time was phenobarbital, an anti-seizure sedative medication.
Not wanting to give my child a strong drug, I made a home-remedy of ground herbs that I applied with bandages onto my baby’s belly. It worked! She calmed down within 15 minutes.
The idea of the Harmony Patches™ was born.
I used similar home remedies to help relieve discomfort for my mother in the last years of her life.
Disruption of health in a loved one is often accompanied by disruption of harmony in the home.
It is my hope that this simple, safe, effective remedy for common symptoms in everyone, from infants to the elderly, can restore Health in the body and Harmony in the family.
–Dr. May Loo
Dr. May Loo, Founder, and CEO of Dr. Loo’s Natural Remedies
May Loo is an MD and an expert in five schools of Chinese medicine. She has over 30 years’ experience integrating various medical disciplines as an educator, author, researcher, and clinician. Dr. Loo attended the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. She served as a clinical professor at Stanford University Medical Center for over twenty years and was invited back as a guest lecturer after retiring. She has worked as a director of three neurodevelopmental clinics at Santa Clara County Medical Center. Dr. Loo made presentations to The White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. She has done research for the National Institutes of Health, NIH, and has written textbooks that are being used at major medical centers across the US. She has lectured throughout the US, as well as in Europe, Canada, and China.