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  • How does Western medicine explain acupuncture?

    Acupuncture even though has been practice in Chine for about at least 2-3,000 years  and spreading in the adjacent countries such as Japan, Korea, etc. as the time goes on. For the rest  of the world it is maybe only acknowledge less this 400 years and the spreading of it is...

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture and Seasonal Allergies

    Ancient Chinese doctors knew about allergies, and passed this knowledge to future acupuncturists. They noticed that when spring came, some people would have problems like skin rashes, sneezing, itching, runny nose, watery eyes, etc. In general, these complaints would come and go very fast just like the wind. During that time, scientists...

  • 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...

  • Acupuncture for Children

    In China, patients go to acupuncturists from all ranges of ages — newborn (or even pre-born because of the mother) to any age. In the United States though, it looks like people are concerned about the discomfort and pain for kids because they are so protective of kids. That is why...

  • What should I know and expect from my acupuncturist?

    Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are getting more and more popular in the world. For the Chinese, it is a very old healing therapy and they know what goes on in an appointment and what to expect from an acupuncturist or herbologist. For people outside of China, it is still relatively...

  • Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology in China

    For thousands of years, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncture have played important roles in maintaining health of the Chinese. Modern Western medicine came to China 300-400 years ago but was not well known until about almost 100 years ago. Because of the effectiveness and good results for many diseases and...

  • Should women stay away from “cold” foods during their period?

    Having a period is a normal physical phenomenon for women. For most women, they feel different before having their period, during their period and even after having their period. They experience fatigue, cramps, back aches, moodiness, etc. In TCM the explanation for these effects is that during menstruation the female body...

  • What is the diet’s affect on our health according to TCM and Acupuncture?

    TCM and acupuncture were formed at least 3,000 years ago. TCM and acupuncture doctors applied natural phenomena to our bodies&rsquo individual situations in both ways, meaning physically and pathologically. They believed that the nature of the food we eat daily, and the herbs we consume and acupuncture we receive when we...

  • The Benefits of TCM and Acupuncture for “Computer Syndrome”

    In modern society, everything is very fast-paced. If we don’t know how to adapt to the fast-paced society, it will affect us. It will make us stressed out and tired. If we let this continue for a while without any intervention, it will get worse and then become an issue. For...

  • Missing Fundamentals of TCM in Wikipedia

    Wikipedia is the internet’s most used encyclopedia. The information there is supposed to be relevant, current, and correct. However, the Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) article in the English version has one of the most important concepts of TCM missing which is well-being and maintenance of well-being. In the first chapter of the...

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