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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.

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Differences Noted In The Treatment Approaches Of Western Medicine And Chinese Medicine

One of the most complex systems of medicines in the world, Chinese medicine has been bolstered by thousands of years of research and experience. Its singular distinctiveness that sets it apart from Western medicine is its focus on “health” instead of “healing.” This is due … Continue reading

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The Heart In Chinese Medicine

In Chinese medicine, the human organs are more than just physical realities; they also have elemental, spiritual, emotional, and mental characteristics that align with the seasons and with nature. This article will focus on the organ known as the heart.

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Combine Eco-Friendly Gardening And Chinese Medicine For A Healthy Balanced Life

Eco-friendly gardening and Chinese medicine share something in common: they both emphasize food as medicine to balance the body. Sustainable and organic form of gardening is a way of growing foods that can be used to heal and balance the body. Chinese medicine, on the … Continue reading

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Chinese Medicine And Autism

One of the most common brain development disorders is autism. These days, for every 166 child born, one will be diagnosed with some type of autism. Autistic children often suffer from auto immune problems and have weak immune systems. While autism is defined in conventional … Continue reading

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Classifying Chinese Foods in Chinese Medicine

In Chinese medicine, a well balanced diet is roughly made up of 20 percent of each of the following five flavors or tastes: salty, spicy, bitter, sour, and sweet. The standard American diet is oftentimes improperly weighted with excessive amounts of sweet tastes and salt. … Continue reading

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Proving That Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Work

It seems that there’s someone who’s offering a magic potion or miracle cure that can allegedly alleviate your medical problem everywhere you turn. There are multitudes of options to turn to that makes choosing the best one difficult, or one that actually works at all. … Continue reading

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Acne Can Best Be Treated with Traditional Chinese Medicine

TCM or Traditional Chinese Medicine has been continuously evolving for the past 4000 years.

While Western medicine blames viruses, germs, bacteria, and such for illnesses and diseases, Chinese Medicine works in an entirely different way.

Well-being, health, and nature, are all made up of two … Continue reading

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