Category Archives: Acupuncture

Chinese Nutritional Therapy For Various TCM Syndromes And Conditions

There’s no such thing as ‘bad’ food or ‘good’ food in Chinese medicine. There are inappropriate foods for a certain individual, just as there are appropriate herbs for a specific individual depending on what their health needs are. For a fatigued and cold person, warm Yang tonic herbs would be a bit helpful; however, these […]
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Craniosacral Therapy, What Is It?

CST or Craniosacral therapy works on the idea that with the application of light pressure on the craniosacral system, illness and afflictions can be reduced leading to health and wellbeing to people suffering from conditions affecting the spine, brain and other parts of the body. The craniosacral system is comprised of the nerves, cerebrospinal fluid, […]
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Energy Healing And The Importance of Knowing Thyself

Self-healing starts with the mind, which can produce energy to bring about the task of healing. Energy healing is self-healing. Everything gives out invisible energy and, based on the laws physics, there is energy in everything. This everything includes the human body, the moon, and the sun. Everything, which can be either negative or positive, […]
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Feng Shui Cures To Boost Your Energy And Well-Being

How many of us rise up from sleep to greet the morning full of vim, vigor, happy, and, well-refreshed? How many people do you know are still packed with energy after spending long hours at work? Why are there certain places that seem to sap our energy dry and places that make us deep breather […]
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The Polyrachis Vicinia Aprhrodisiac Tonic

The Mayo Clinic of North America has revealed that Stress is the number clinically proven cause that targets the libido by releasing neuro-chemicals that all but reduce, and in some instances, totally destroy the libido. The good news is that for men suffering from erectile dysfunction, there is help in today’s world. And the answers […]
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Studies Dealing With The Effectiveness Of Auricular Acupuncture In Treating A Variety Of Conditions

Auricular acupuncture is a form of acupuncture in Austin involving the application of needles into specific points on the outer ear or auricle. When these points are stimulated, it promotes the healing of ailments and illnesses in other parts of the body. Auricular acupuncture or ear acupuncture is often integrated into traditional acupuncture treatments. Although […]
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Chinese Nutritional Therapy For Obesity

Because Chinese people consider their daily food consumption a first line of treatment, it is one of the things they take very seriously. It is not uncommon for these people to address a small ailment by including a certain ingredient in a dish or by serving with a specially prepared meal. There are two primary […]
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The Wonderful Practice Of Chinese Massage

Chinese massage has the special benefit of calming down your exhausted nerves and relaxing your fatigued body. In addition, the over 2500 year old Chinese massage is a powerful combination of the power of acupressure and an exclusive rub of oils infused with healing attributes. It focuses on deep tissue therapy and its reinvigoration. It […]
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TCM Techniques To Enhance The Breast

Are there any natural approaches that can help increase the size of your breast without going through surgery? Yes, there are other breast enhancing techniques that have shown to successfully work for women (and men). You may have heard from others about an ancient healing system called traditional Chinese medicine that have produced great results […]
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The Difference Between Massage Therapy And Asian Bodywork Therapy

“Massage Therapy” and “Asian Bodywork Therapy” are two totally different things. Among professional establishments and professionals, there has been considerable debate as to what descriptions, philosophies, and procedures cross over from one method of treatment to the other and where certain separations lie.  “Bodywork” generally refers to a wide variety of manual manipulation procedures. “Asian […]
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