Category: Chinese medicine

Give Your Body A Daily Tune-Up By Practicing Anmo Gong And Self-Acupressure Everyday

Although it’s one of the most efficient ways to maintain health and cultivate oneself, anmo gong is unfortunately, a health technique quite unknown to most people. The name Anmo Gong is made up of a couple of ancient Chinese words: Anmo, is old Chinese for massage (which is now known as ‘tuina’) and ‘gong,’ which […]

Saturday February 8th, 2020 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Give Your Body A Daily Tune-Up By Practicing Anmo Gong And Self-Acupressure Everyday

Moxibustion Heat Therapy for Prevention and Treatment of Cold and Flu Strains

Moxibustion is a natural alternative healing mode of treatment that utilizes heat from a dried smoldering plant known as “moxa” which is applied near the skin surface of a person. The treatment works by warming and invigorating energy (Chi) and blood circulation within the body to eliminate certain pathogenic elements. Derived from the dried leaves […]

Saturday February 8th, 2020 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Moxibustion Heat Therapy for Prevention and Treatment of Cold and Flu Strains

Our Eyes, Skin, Tongue, And The Smell Of Our Breath Can Determine The State Of Health

In this article, we wish to indicate the importance of your health and how this can be seen or interpreted by a trained physician in Cleveland Chinese medicine. It is also to help you understand and seek medical help if you see or notice anything peculiar. It is recommended and often common sense to seek […]

Friday January 17th, 2020 in Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Our Eyes, Skin, Tongue, And The Smell Of Our Breath Can Determine The State Of Health

Overcoming Childhood Cough And Phlegm Using A Couple Of Recipes From Chinese Nutritional Therapy

When you are dealing with your kid’s illness, you obviously would not force them to sip some tea. What would work well for colds and cough is Chinese nutritional therapy which is not also delectable (like Asian pear) but could help children quickly recover from their illness. For dry cough, we recommend Asian pear. If […]

Friday January 17th, 2020 in Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Overcoming Childhood Cough And Phlegm Using A Couple Of Recipes From Chinese Nutritional Therapy

What Is Chinese Internal Energy Healing?

A holistic technique that stimulates the subtle energy systems of the body to eliminate energy blockages, Chinese internal energy healing breaks through these energetic blockages, setting off the innate self healing abilities of the body. The definition of Chinese internal energy healing is a bit difficult to understand. Therefore, we have listed five facts that […]

Saturday December 28th, 2019 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on What Is Chinese Internal Energy Healing?

Winter And Chinese Nutritional Therapy

As the year progresses to winter, we begin to drink more warm beverages; wear double, triple or even quadruple more clothing when going outside; and perhaps go to bed earlier, seeing that the sun also does so in this coldest season of the year. Many mammals naturally go into a period of hibernation as the […]

Saturday December 28th, 2019 in Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Winter And Chinese Nutritional Therapy

Develop Your Mind And Unblock Your Chi With A Tai Chi Spine

If you carefully study all the traditional Eastern schools of spiritual development, one thing you would notice is a common interest in a straightened spine. From the tranquil meditator to the defense art tai chi practitioner, people with the highest self-development all possess a straight spine. But why are why are so few able to […]

Saturday December 7th, 2019 in Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Develop Your Mind And Unblock Your Chi With A Tai Chi Spine

Improve Chi Circulation With Chinese Medicinal Cupping

Fremont Chinese medicine has many ancient branches of healing: nutritional therapy, massage, herbal medicine, and acupuncture make up the most widely used. However, Chinese cupping therapy is fast becoming as famous as its well-known counterparts. A few years ago, you may perhaps have seen photos of Gwyneth Paltrow wearing a backless dress walking on the […]

Friday November 22nd, 2019 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Improve Chi Circulation With Chinese Medicinal Cupping

Moxibustion Treatment of Childhood Asthma

It has been proven in medical studies that moxibustion can definitely treat childhood asthma. The question is whether moxibustion is a good treatment for the resolution of asthma in a child. What is Moxibustion? The healing technique of moxibustion involves the use and burning of a mugwort herb that has been rolled and shaped into […]

Friday November 22nd, 2019 in acupuncture, Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Moxibustion Treatment of Childhood Asthma

Gua Sha Therapy Can Be Used As A Treatment For Perimenopause Symptoms

According to a new study, there is a Chinese medical technique that uses a smooth-edged tool to rub or scrape certain areas of the body that can help alleviate troublesome symptoms women experience during perimenopause, which is the years leading up to menopause. Perimenopause may start eight to ten years prior to menopause, as the […]

Thursday November 21st, 2019 in Chinese medicine | Comments Off on Gua Sha Therapy Can Be Used As A Treatment For Perimenopause Symptoms