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Five Less-Known Facts About Acupuncture

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While the thought of being pricked with several needles on the face or certain parts of the body may be unappealing for a lot of people, the truth is that acupuncture is an often misunderstood healing tradition even if it has time and time again proven to work for several conditions. Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. It actually has long been used in the treatment of pain and several maladies long before … Continue reading

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March 28th, 2017 at 6:42 pm

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The Ancient Chinese Medicine Treatments of Acupuncture and Herbs Are Still Used to Treat UTI

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Despite all the technological advances made by Western medicine, one cannot deny that there are people who are more attuned in using Chinese medicine to treat their illnesses. Traditional Chinese medicine treatments date as far back as early 700 B.C. This Eastern healing tradition was first developed by Taoists.

Traditional Chinese medicine or TCM, for short, is an ideal treatment for urinary tract infection (UTI), a disease that recurs on a frequent basis, and some … Continue reading

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March 28th, 2017 at 6:38 pm

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The Number of Uses for Acupuncture is Growing Steadily

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While there are people who believe that anything outside of Western medicine is not to be trusted, there are others who believe the Eastern medicine, particularly acupuncture is a superior treatment over Western medicine when it comes to effectiveness, benefits, and cost. During these times of soaring insurance and medical costs, more and more people are beginning to discover this type of holistic treatment that can be used for everything from stress to severe emotional … Continue reading

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March 21st, 2017 at 6:52 pm

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Chinese Medicine: Shosaiko-to-kakikyo-sekko For Treatment of Tonsillitis

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It’s highly likely that you’ve never heard of a Chinese herbal formula that sounds more Japanese than Chinese: Shosaiko-to-kakikyo-sekko. This remedy is made up of nine herbs including ginger rhizome, Glycyrrhiza root, ginseng radix, jujube fruit, Platycodon radix, Scutellaria root, Pinellia tuber, Bupleurum radix, and gypsum. This formula has been used for over a millennium in various Asian cultures.

Tonsillectomy is the second most widely performed surgery on children, based on findings of the National … Continue reading

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March 21st, 2017 at 6:30 pm

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Overcoming Insomnia Through Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatments

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Insomnia is defined as difficulty to either fall or stay asleep. Almost all people get affected by this problem at one time or another. The effects of insomnia can be an occasional annoyance or it can potentially be damaging to health especially if it’s chronic. Chronic insomnia can leave sufferers irritable, exhausted, and unable to cope with the emotional and physical stresses of everyday living.

Insomnia can manifest in various forms. For Individuals suffering from … Continue reading

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March 14th, 2017 at 4:52 am

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Plump Perkier Breasts Can Be Yours Through Acupuncture

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More and more American women are discovering firsthand the benefits of cosmetic acupuncture in Tarzana for the enhancement of their breasts and face!

Yup, you read that right, sessions of acupuncture can result in a more alluring breast shape and size!

These days and mainly because of the internet, women of all ages are getting to know how cosmetic acupuncture can boost their natural feminine beauty. Women are particularly attracted to its holistic approach because … Continue reading

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March 14th, 2017 at 4:47 am

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Trouble with Insomnia? Let Acupuncture Be Your Way to Enjoy Good Quality Sleep Once More

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It may seem silly thinking that poking yourself with sharp needles might actually be the most effective way to improve your sleep, but life sometimes, has its way of providing us with surprises.

The surefire way is to use what is supposed to work; but if it doesn’t then it’s time to think outside the box and try the unconventional and the exotic. A perfect case for this is Fort Lauderdale’s acupuncture for the treatment Continue reading

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March 7th, 2017 at 3:33 pm

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The Eight Principles and the Four Couples in TCM

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For professionals teaching Chinese medicine in general or, acupuncture, in particular, it is essential to emphasize the intelligent method practitioners apply for categorizing the symptoms, the structure may be simple but the utilization is complex. The utilization of opposing categories that’s grounded on logic and observation is a classic example of the concept of Yin and Yang penetrating practical medicine.

This impressive Chinese medical system’s development was not accomplished in a single day. Over 2,000 … Continue reading

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March 7th, 2017 at 3:29 pm

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