Category Archives: Chinese Medicine

Rheumatoid Arthritis And Chinese Nutritional Therapy

In Spokane Chinese medicine, rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is known as “arthralgia syndrome.” RA is a systemic disease marked by chronic inflammation of tissues and joints. It is a common condition that manifests in symptoms such as numbness; painful extension of bones, joints, and muscles; … Continue reading

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Five TCM Foods That Can Make Your Skin Smooth And Healthy

Fort Lauderdale TCM or Traditional Chinese medicine pays meticulous consideration to diet. If you want to acquire healthy and fair skin, you need to know what kinds of food you eat every day. Also, when you properly control your internal environment, you can be able … Continue reading

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How The Trilogy Of Chinese Medicine, Chinese Astrology, And Feng Shui Are Connected To Each Other

While Feng Shui is part of a trilogy of traditional healing modalities, the art and science of this ancient discipline explains why we are affected by both the natural environment and built environment we live in.

Chinese Medicine and Chinese Astrology are the other two … Continue reading

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The Enduring Wisdom Of The I Ching For Our Modern Way Of Life

In the contemporary world of holistic living and complementary health, we have several exciting and new topics that would offer us new insights and help fire up our imagination. However, there is one ancient fount of wisdom that is timeless and is as pertinent today … Continue reading

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Relieving Chronic Bronchitis With Chinese Nutritional Therapy

Chronic bronchitis is one among the many lung diseases bracketed under the term COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Chronic bronchitis causes irritation and inflammation of the air passages, which are the pathways in the lungs where air goes in and out of your body. These … Continue reading

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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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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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What You Should Know About Gua Sha Therapy

Most of us have never heard of gua sha — but if you experience persistent joint or muscle pain, especially in the shoulder, neck, or back, this hands-on drug-free form of treatment is definitely worth knowing about.

Gua sha therapy is an East Asian healing … Continue reading

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