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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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Normally one wouldn’t put sweet and beans together in the same sentence, unless we’re talking about Boston Baked beans, which is delicious but also laden with bacon fat, molasses, and brown sugar. There’s also those little old-fashion candy coated peanuts. There is a naturally sweet little bean that exists and doesn’t require a ton of...
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This month I’ve seen a lot of people struggle with sinus infections and nasal congestion from the common cold. Here are some self-care regimens that you can perform at home to ease the pain and pressure in the head, as well as difficulty breathing associated with sinusitis and the cold.  It’s especially useful to do...
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The Centers for Disease Control issued a health advisory warning that this year’s flu vaccine is less effective than normal. According to the report, 91% of cases nationwide have been a strain of Type A (H3N2) Influenza, which is the most severe strain. The vaccine produced for this season has been effective in only 48%...
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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=”For Fall Health & Beauty”] Bai Mu Er is a large white mushroom that grows on hardwood trees and has almost as many names as it does health benefits. It is most commonly called Tremella Fuciformis, Snow Fungus, or White Wood Ear. It is used in Chinese herbal medicine and cooking. When cooked,...
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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=”Essence of Daoyin”] Now let’s suppose you want to do Qigong/cultivation, what types are there? Yin of Yin – Shen gong/Nei Gong – aka spirituality and spiritual development; pure energy work Yang of Yin – Meditation; methods of mental refinement, stilling the mind, astral work, etc… Yin of Yang – Moving meditations, Qi...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”…and power over your Health”] In a previous article I specified that people over blame themselves for issues regarding their health with things that are not even within their control. In this article I want to go the opposite route and talk about personal responsibility and health. The simple fact remains that your...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”Make a commitment to Local Business”]   I know these days it’s hard to justify anything over the price. That’s why I think it’s great when you find a local business, rather than a chain, and get not only great prices, but quality work. In the past I’ve touted the work of current...
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