Category Archives: Acupuncture

Cupping Therapy And The Olympics

The titans at the last Olympics have never failed to amaze. We are smitten with admiration, wonder, and awe for the unbelievable levels of sustained laser focus, brutal training, and genius-level skills shown by those who ascended to Olympian heights. And then there are individuals … Continue reading

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Moxibustion Therapy Standalone Treatment Or As Adjunct To Acupuncture Is Effective Both Ways

Most Westerners have heard about acupuncture but only a few have heard about a Chinese complementary therapy called moxibustion, which adds a new aspect to acupuncture.

Acupuncture Palm Harbor has been recorded in Chinese medical documents that date as far back as the second Century … Continue reading

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The Amazing Versatility Of Acupressure Therapy

Some researchers believe that acupressure originated in China thousands of years ago, and there are ancient uncovered artifacts that show this healing technique practiced as early as the Neolithic Age!

In China, acupressure is often used to relieve post surgery nausea and vomiting in children. … Continue reading

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Substance Abuse Treatment Using Auricular Acupuncture

Acupuncturist Linwood specializing in detoxification therapy are particularly interested in addressing the drug and alcohol addiction problem in their respective communities. They are equipped with pertinent historical information on how they are resolved based on auricular acupuncture therapy and use this treatment a complementary natural … Continue reading

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Cupping Therapy As A Complement To Acupuncture And Massage

Cupping therapy is a technique of vacuuming and suctioning areas of the meridian system of the body in order to draw out toxins, control pain, increase blood flow, help a person relax, and facilitate a smoother movement of qi energies.

Originally attributed to Chinese civilization, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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.… Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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