Author Archives: Stephanie Harper

Avoid Dehydration By Adding This To Plain Water

In this article, I’m going to be sharing with you the benefits of one very common resource and one thing that you can add to plain water that’s going to give it a mega boost, especially if you suffer from symptoms like dry mouth, thirst, imbalance, dry skin, fatigue, lack of energy, yellow urination and […]
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Chinese Medicine Can Help Improve Energy Balance In Your Entire Being

The notion of energy balance is based on medical systems that have been used in East Asia for thousands of years. All of these systems believe that there is a nonphysical and subtle energy that circulates and permeates the entire body. This energy is called Chi or Qi in traditional Chinese medicine. The words that […]
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Chinese Medicine And The Human Microbiome

The microbiota are part of a complex ecosystem that affect all of the other systems of the body. They aren’t only involved in the breakdown of our food, but also the production of neurotransmitters and the regulation of hormones. The bacteria in our body have been shown to affect appetite and behavior, as well as […]
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Chinese Medicine and the Three Most Common Forms of Cough

Traditional Chinese medicine or TCM is extremely effective in treating all kinds of coughs due its specific distinction of the different kinds of coughs. For instance, coughing associated with heat, generates sticky phlegm which can be extremely difficult to cough out; in TCM, this type of cough is addressed with moistening, cooling herbs and acupuncture […]
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Chinese Herbs And Plants As Potential Cures For Dementia

For hundreds of years, herbs and plants have been used in Asian cultures long before medicines were discovered. They definitely offer outstanding results and they’re actually still being used today. But anyone who intends to try any new herbal and foods combinations, they should first consult with their doctor. As more researchers perform thorough testing […]
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Chinese Nutritional Therapy – 10 Tips

This article will discuss the types of food you should eat and the types of food you should avoid as well as the benefit of Chinese nutritional therapy. Avoid processed food – the first food you should avoid is prepackaged foods and over processed foods. Usually, the nutritional content of these foods is already lost […]
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Bodywork Therapies Complement Homeopathic Treatment

What is the best type of bodywork for total cure, permanent healing, or natural healing? There are a variety of very good natural therapies to choose from and making a decision on which is the best treatment for you can be quite difficult. Knowing exactly what it is you want is probably the best way […]
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Certain Things You Need To Know About Acupressure

Acupressure is a very effective yet simple form of acupuncture that’s used to relieve muscle pain. Aside for its use as treatment for disease, the points stimulated during acupuncture therapy has also been shown to enhance the appearance of a person for thousands of years. Acupuncture is a very safe procedure that can be done […]
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Acupuncture Helps Runner Avoid Varicose Vein Surgery

I am a 59-year-old native Canadian who has been suffering from leg pain caused by varicose veins for several years. One of my coworkers sent me an email and told me that she underwent acupuncture. I kind of put that in the back of my mind and then in December, last year, I started experiencing […]
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Are Traditional Chinese Medicine Drugs Viable Alternatives In The Treatment Of Cardiovascular Disease?

Accordingto a review published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, traditional Chinese medicine or TCM can be an effective alternative or complement to conventional Western medicine for primary and/or secondary prevention of heart disease. Despite progress in Western medicine prevention and treatment of heart disease, heart disease still is the leading cause […]
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