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In the ancient days, there was no microscope or petri-dish culture to help the doctor understand rot and disease associated with fluids and humidity. Nowadays we know about bacteria, mold, yeast, and insulin issues. We know that these things are related to skin issues, acne, digestive irregularities, UTI, leukorrhea, cataracts, diabetes, and more elusive things...
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In the ancient days, when man first left the forest to live in caves and huts, he still had fur. But that didn’t last long. By the 8th century BC (at least), mankind had to wear clothing. And it was then that the ancients noticed the correlation between weather and illness. [pullquote width=”200″ align=”right”]Feng Shui...
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There are three important things that the patient should know about Chinese Herbs before starting. Chinese Herbalism is unlike any other form in the world in that it is a medicine of cocktail-prescriptions. Each herb comes from different areas of the plant and may have completely different properties, that when mixed together perform a synergistic...
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Enjoying Chinese Medicine and Philosophy, but don’t know where to turn to learn more? Head on over to Shifu Careaga’s website and have a look around! Click the Bagua-Taiji-tu below to head there now! [responsive][/responsive]Now boasting the largest single direct access you’ll find anywhere to Taoist and Confucian classics; all right at your fingertips. $48...
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The following charts demonstrate why so many patients choose our Chronic plans and Programs over ‘single-booking’ for appointments! Based on average costs of $85 a treatment, the *industry standard*. [responsive][/responsive] [responsive][/responsive] [responsive][/responsive]
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The Spirit in TCM is divided into 5 parts: Affect & Emotion Corporeal “bodily” Soul Ethereal Soul & Intuition Intellect & Memory Willpower & Destiny Of these, classical Chinese texts keep referring to “the 3 souls” not only just one. What on earth could the other two be? [responsive] [/responsive] It is my theory that...
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There is an unfortunate side-effect to the non-shamanistic approach to medicine these days – or the “hospital” form of medicine: and it is that there are two common groups of people that fall right through the cracks and don’t get the care and healing that they deserve. I’m not talking about poor education of a doctor, misdiagnosis, or malpractice....
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This is a question we get a LOT. People want to know what it is. Traditionally speaking, of course, Chinese philosophers have struggled to define Qi (Chi) and end up by saying “Qi is everything, so it is undefinable.”   This doesn’t sit well with Westerners who have a pigeonhole for everything in the modern...
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    In general, western treatments for many dermatological conditions are limited, however powerful. There are many diseases that are barely treatable at all, or have a very difficult prognosis. Fortunately there are a lot of Chinese medicine folk and external remedies for the same or similar dermatological problems that were identified a long time...
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[responsive][/responsive] Chinese herbalism is quite ancient. Disputes always arise between traditionalists and historians as to exactly how old, whether it is 2000 or more like 3,500 years old. But in general, the main point is that herbalism is both old and quite safe. However, the form of practice is the main difference. In many systems,...
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