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I knew better. At the end of my last article, I wasn’t feeling very well, and here’s the reason: not enough qi to support a cleanse. Now, there are three reliable ways you can know the symptoms of qi deficiency in the middle jiao (refers to the function of digestion which allows us to break...
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Acupuncture Berea, Acupuncture Elizabethtown, Acupuncture Lexington, KY, Articles, Health, Ky By Arwen Careaga, LAc., MSTOM, NCCAOM Diplomate of Acupuncture This is a fairly short article, but important – if you consider it important to avoid unnecessary suffering, that is! Two days ago, I was working from 9-8, entering data, etc., and sitting in the air conditioning in a sleeveless, collar-less...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”by Mrs. Arwen Careaga, L.Ac., MSTOM”] [pullquote align=”left”]’It has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important.’ – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes[/pullquote]I have been observing people in a clinical setting since 2008. That is just enough time to become accustomed to familiar tells: the...
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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...
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  I (Ramon) often get this question, naturally because people are curious, and also because the concept of Qi has traditionally been mysterious for the Chinese and especially for Americans. After all, it’s a Chinese word to start with, and then it seems rather strange (after all) that sticking needles in the body would do...
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