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In the medical world, the answer is generally – but not always – a good idea. The question is, “Is this true for acupuncture?” In many cases it’s not so much as needing a second opinion (unlike Western diagnoses almost no one in Chinese Medicine will use the same diagnosis between two doctors) as maybe...
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Long before the advent of hair-thin sterilized steel needles, Acupuncturists used stones and even small animal bones to stimulate points on the human body. Three thousand years ago, during the Shang Dynasty, hieroglyphs of acupuncture and moxibustion appeared in inscriptions on tortoise shells and bones. Animal products like tiger bone were widely used to strengthen...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”Herb tasting Human Growth Hormone”] Some may be surprised, or even critical (especially my colleagues) of my belief that there is a proper place for HGH in medicine. In point of fact, I prefer if they were to manufacture GHrH (growth hormone releasing hormone), which would cause us to release HGH naturally, but...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”Green Things Lexington Map”] One thing that I occasionally see are people needing shelter, due to whatever life conditions. But often they do not have access or know where to get the information. Even with google. Please remember that the Green Things Lexington Map has clinics and shelters listed on it that you...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”Hidden Knowledge”] There is a flower. It resides inside of your chest. This flower cannot be found on machines because machines cannot touch your soul. This place is where your basic energy resides. (I am compressing a lot of meditation secrets into this as simple as I can, bear with me.) Your basic...
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My friends, Continuing the series about Longevity, and the ancient study of Yang-Shen or Nourishing Life, I want to talk about a specific type of stress. Internet-guilt. Among the main methods for reducing loss of essence and Qi is the idea that first you remove blockages and get rid of “leaky behaviors.” I must admit...
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I am a Vietnam veteran that has severe peripheral neuropathy and diabetes type II. My diabetes is controlled with diet and metformin and glipizide. My pain level with neuropathics are manageable with maximum doses of neurontin and small doses of methadone. My primary care physician at the VA recommended acupuncture and pain management counseling so that increases in...
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