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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”Because they are True”] Now, acupuncture has been what the West calls “validated” according to its standards, rather than observing the obvious benefits China enjoyed for thousands of years using a peer-reviewed, differential diagnostic, empirically based medicine (while the west was still using leeches and witchcraft and abandoning lepers to colonies). China had...
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  Jook, also known as, congee is a kind of rice porridge eaten throughout Asia. It is very gentle on the digestive system so it is perfect for people who are currently ill, recovering from illness, or people who may feel run down or have a weak digestion. You don’t have to have anything wrong...
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Qigong is a gentle exercise form that originated in China thousands of years ago. Some people call it a “moving meditation.”  There are many different forms of qigong and also many benefits to regular practice. The most common forms of qigong usually involve very slow, fluid body movements synchronized with breathing. There is also a...
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  Have you ever been in a situation where everyone you live with comes down with the cold and you fear that you’re next? Or have you ever been on a plane and the person next to you keeps sneezing? ….Enter Jade Windscreen Powder (Yu Ping Feng San). Jade Windscreen Powder (Yu Ping Feng San)...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”Karma, like the Honey Badger, Don’t Give It.”] Listen, I have been there. I was the skeptic. I was the “rationalist”. The Math-Brain. The Engineer who only believes in what he sees (we’ll get to this). I’m here to tell you something: Karma/Law of Causality doesn’t care. It doesn’t mind if you end...
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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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With the end of Late Summer (the peak of Summer), we now head into Autumn. Already there have been a couple sore throat cases and bronchitis cases. This is an important time to get ahead and get a grip on your Qi, because at the end of October arrives the first wave of Wind-Cold attacks...
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[separator headline=”h1″ title=”Sagely Medicine is in Prevention”] I only use four aromatics in the clinic, because they cover all the 3 doshas, 5 elements and needs I have. And let me tell you, they work. I had a patient apply Po Sum On oil to his nose and he has Liver Yang Rising (an excess...
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A lot of people ask me this question, which is ironic because I don’t think most people ask their doctors to predict the future. So I suppose in a way I should feel complimented. But, alas, however mystical acupuncture may seem, I am not a psychic or magician. I cannot know. BUT I can tell...
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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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