Category: acupuncture

Gua Sha, An Ideal Treatment For Various Acute And Chronic Health Problems

Practitioners apply Gua Sha therapy in King of Prussiaby rubbing across the surface of the skin a smooth-edged instrument where an imbalance or a subcutaneous injury has occurred. A sha, which is a distinct efficacious reddening of the skin, develops when there is a positive response. This brings prompt and lasting benefits to the body that […]

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Selecting The Right Chinese Foods To Eat To Increase Health And Well-Being

All foods may blend into a healthful diet that focuses on physical activity, moderation, and variety. Sensible consumers can find Chinese food a great option when it comes to healthy eating. When dining at a Chinese restaurant, follow these few helpful guidelines: minimize the intake sodium, fat, and sugar, and eat lots of lean proteins, […]

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Tai Chi, Qi Gong, And Kung Fu Can Help Improve Your Breathing Techniques

It is commonly perceived that if you work in the fitness industry you must be very healthy. This is true, in a lot of ways. Sure, if you work as a fitness instructor, you certainly get a lot of exercise, a lot more than the average Joe in the street does. However, what most people […]

Saturday March 3rd, 2018 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Tai Chi, Qi Gong, And Kung Fu Can Help Improve Your Breathing Techniques

Gua Sha Therapy Cures Stiffness And Pain Caused By Inflammation Of The Joints And Bones

Gua sha is a very old seemingly facile Chinese Medicine treatment in Maitland that treats a wide range of underlying conditions in the body. Gua sha are two Chinese words with gua meaning to scrape or rub and sha referring to the dotted reddish coloration that may rise to the skin surface during treatment. It’s […]

Saturday March 3rd, 2018 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Gua Sha Therapy Cures Stiffness And Pain Caused By Inflammation Of The Joints And Bones

Licorice Can Offset The Undesirable Effects Of Menopause

Women are often plagued with the undesirable effects of menopause. Fortunately, there are a lot of remedies readily available for this problem. They range from hormone replacement therapy and other conventional medications to more alternative natural treatments. Women adversely affected by menopause should closely study all possible treatments, and select the ones that they are […]

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Falun Gong Can Help Stop Marijuana Addiction

In traditional Chinese medicine, Falun Gong or Falun Dafa is a form of “cultivation system” or Chinese spiritual movement. It was developed in 1992 by Li Hongzhi. In 1998, the Communist government of China banned this movement saying that the teachings of Falun Dafa are “heretical”. There have been several cases of flagrant human right […]

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Chinese Nutritional Therapy And An Underlying Imbalance In Self-Realization

When we explore Oriental medicine in general and Chinese nutritional therapy in Boca Raton, in particular, we are learning how to attain balance in our lives through balanced eating that can provide us the energy we need to live the life we want to live. According to great sage Lao Tse, “The journey of a thousand […]

Saturday February 10th, 2018 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Chinese Nutritional Therapy And An Underlying Imbalance In Self-Realization

Six Highly Nutritious Foods Commonly Used In Chinese Cooking

Traditional Chinese cooking focuses more on having more vegetables than meat and because of this, it is considered a healthy way of eating. It also fosters a variety of crisp and colorful vegetables that can be a part of a healthy recipe. The following are some of the popular Chinese cooking herbs, spices, and ingredients […]

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Some Things You Should Know About Cupping Therapy

One of traditional Chinese medicine’s most ancient healing methods is Cupping Therapy. The use of this healing technique was first recorded when the renowned herbalist Ge Hong wrote in his book, A Handbook of Prescriptions, about a type of cupping in the early fourth century. Books later written during the Tang and Ch’ing dynasties depicted […]

Saturday February 3rd, 2018 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Some Things You Should Know About Cupping Therapy

The Role Of Taste, Season, Element, Organ System, Direction, And Color Of Herbs And Foods In Chinese Diet Therapy

In Chinese medicine, herbal and diet therapies are subject to change based on the seasons of the year. In the cold season, for example, we need to consume warming herbs and foods as this helps maintain the thermal equilibrium of our bodies; conversely, we need take in cold herbs and foods in summer, to keep […]

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