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  • Acupuncture for Acid Reflux

    Reflux is a common complaint for the stomach and digestive system related diseases or other diseases that affect the digestive system or CNS. In Chinese medicine and acupuncture the nature of the reflux, nausea, even vomiting are about the same. Therefore, the treatment used is very similar. Here, mainly, we will...

  • Foods or Herbs for the Common Cold

    Almost everybody will experience a mild cold at some point in their life with the following complaints: sneezing, headaches, itchy nose, itchy throat, sore throat, poor appetite, fatigue, body ache, voice change, nausea, slight fever, sweating, etc. Some people just buy Advil or Tylenol to easen up their complaints. For some...

  • Different Uses of Herbal Tea and Pills in TCM

    In the medical field, it looks like all the procedures make us uncomfortable. Medicine-wise, if we don’t swallow quickly enough, it also makes us uneasy.  Chinese medicine in particular can make us feel even more uncomfortable than that. Chinese herbal tea generally helps people, so people tolerate the temporary discomfort and...

  • You May Have To Avoid Certain Foods During Chinese Herbal Treatment

    Most of the discoveries in Chinese herbal medicine were made right at the beginning of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and acupuncture over 2000 years ago. Ever since, incremental changes have been made. Back in ancient China when experimentation eventually became established rules, there were certain herbs that could not be used together, and if they were,...

  • How do the Chinese use ginger?

    In Dr. Wang’s acupuncture NYC office, patients ask questions about ginger.  Dr. Wang tells them basically the following: Our body’s reaction to fresh and dried ginger can be very different. In TCM and acupuncture, we call this the nature of a food. Nowadays in the United States, people use ginger from time to...

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