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Getting Rid Of Sickness Energy Through Feng Shui

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The “hulu” gourd, also known as bottle gourd or calabash, is part of the squash family. It is commonly used in cooking for its meat is very tender before the gourd which is full maturation. It can be used in soups or in stir-fries.

In Jacksonville Chinese medicine, the “hulu” gourd is used for its healing and anti-inflammatory properties, and especially for treating jaundice. The “hulu” gourd also has many functional properties. Many countries … Continue reading

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March 29th, 2020 at 9:47 am

Mongolian Medicine And Chua Ka Massage

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Could your past life have anything to do with your current illness? Perhaps, your stars have not been favorable this year, maybe you’ve been under the weather, or you may even have been unknowingly possessed by a malevolent evil spirit? More than just mechanical, Mongolian medicine actually believes that health is a combination of the psychological, physical, and spiritual aspects of a person. It’s as likely as performing exorcisms alongside acupuncture or to provide prayers … Continue reading

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March 3rd, 2020 at 3:28 pm

The Causes of TCM Damp Heat In The Body

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In their early women life, based on grandmotherly wisdom, Southeast Asian girls have learned not to engage in any activity that will disrupt their regular period. According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in Bellmore , menstrual problems should be immediately treated lest it results in infertility or other types of women illnesses.

When our lungs are damaged by environmental pollution, it can cause the spleen to interrupt its function of transporting and converting fluids. This … Continue reading

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February 4th, 2020 at 1:38 am

TCM Natural Fertility Treatments

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Maitland Acupuncturists who specialize in natural fertility treatments now promote mind/body techniques and traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to help increase the chance of a woman with infertility to conceive.

Stronger blood circulation to the reproductive organs:

TCM healers believe that a stress-filled lifestyle pulls the body’s attention and blood circulation from the baby-making and reproductive organs and channel it instead to your legs and arms (caused by the “fight or flight” reaction of the body). … Continue reading

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February 4th, 2020 at 1:09 am

Ginger Moxibustion Combined With Acupuncture Can Lead To A Cure For Intractable Tinnitus

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Medical research has shown that ginger moxibustion combined with acupuncture can lead to a cure on patients suffering from intractable tinnitus. People with intractable tinnitus are usually the middle-aged people or the elderly who hear ringing in the ears, particularly in a quiet environment or in the evening. Drugs do not usually work well for this disorder. In China, researchers in Hubei province used ginger moxibustion and acupuncture to treat 34 patients with intractable tinnitus. … Continue reading

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January 13th, 2020 at 2:09 am

Four Powerful Natural Therapies To Help Reduce High Blood Pressure

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It is a scientific fact that high blood pressure (hypertension) is either due to the food we eat or due to stress. The typical treatment for this disease is by taking physician prescribed drugs, which needs to be taken to immediately control the symptoms, of course. However, there are natural remedies for high blood pressure that can be administered without the need for drugs.

Qi Gong therapy

Qi Gong therapy is one of these natural … Continue reading

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January 13th, 2020 at 1:34 am

The Theory Of Chinese Food Therapies

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Chinese food therapies depend upon the principles of Yin and Yang. Yin and Yang are interdependent, independent, and evolving constantly into each other. This is a repetitive arrangement of energy that occurs in the universe and in all life on earth. Yang is within Yin and Yin is within Yang. Each person is born with a unique constitution and the balance of energies of our Yin and Yang decides our dietary requirements that change as … Continue reading

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January 15th, 2019 at 4:26 am

Benefits Of TCM That Aren’t Provided By Western Medicine

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Most of us have probably heard about TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and acupuncture in Jacksonville, and a significant number have actually tried them; however, what many do not realize, is that these healing methods have benefits that go beyond the mere treatment of their conditions.

1. Traditional Chinese Medicine is a very specific system of healing that provides detailed diagnoses for common issues than Western Medicine. This can be perfectly illustrated in the case … Continue reading

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January 15th, 2019 at 4:23 am

Feng Shui Remedies To Offset The Negative Chi In Your Home

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As per the principles of yin and yang, as there are Feng Shui violations, so too are there remedies that can be used to neutralize the adverse effects of negative chi. Those aids pertain to the internal, external, and historical, factors of a structure.

For every Feng Shui violation that concerns the outside factors and history of a structure, there is a corresponding remedy. It can be a rapid development of a structure on a … Continue reading

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December 25th, 2018 at 5:13 am

The Re-Emergence of Gua Sha Therapy In China

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Scraping therapy or gua sha therapy started out as a form of folk medicine in China. Wei Yi Lin, a doctor whole lived during the Yuan Dynasty wrote a book called the Effective Formulas Handed Down for Generations. In the book, the doctor wrote, “Use wet hemp to scrape the surface of the knee, wrist, neck, and elbow until there is only slight bleeding of the skin. Clothe the body with quilts and thick clothing … Continue reading

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December 25th, 2018 at 5:07 am