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Acupuncture

Acupuncture is without doubt one of the essential forms of therapy
in conventional Chinese medicine. It entails the
use of sharp, skinny needles which might be inserted within the physique
at particular points. This process is believed to regulate and
alter the body’s energy move into more healthy patterns and
is used to treat all kinds of diseases and well being
conditions.

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Cancer Medicin: Chemical or Herbal?

Why dont the doctor´s hospital and medical researchers offer Herbal treatment and medicin to there patiens?

Is it money "medical industries" who determines if people with cancer should live or die?

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History and Usage of Chinese Herbalism

Chinese herbs has been used for centuries for healing and has become one of the leading forms or medication and is used in today’s latest medication breakthroughs.

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Eight Myths About Acupuncture

There are a group of myths with regards to acupuncture. Some of these are loyal; others are juvenile while the place individual partake of a semi truth. Equally you read on, you will gain knowledge of which ones are worth believing.

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Managing Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders are surprisingly common health concerns. Data collected by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that between 50 and 70 million American adults are affected by a sleep disorder.

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Yarsagumba – Himalayan Viagra

Yarsagumba or Himalayan Viagra is one of the strangest natural medicines you will find. It is also apparently one of the most powerful. But would you dare to eat it!

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Benefits of Alfalfa: Herbal Treatments

Make note of all the benefits of herbs.

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Yin and Yang in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Yin-Yang symbol is a result of Chinese philosophy in terms of how the universe functions. Black and white shapes within the circle represent the interaction of two energies, called "Yin" and "Yang", they are not really black or white, they can not exist without each other.

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Acupuncture – a Benefit?

Acupuncture is the basic foundation for Traditional Chinese Medicine and is based on the belief that there are two opposing and inseparable forces within our body. They are known as the Yin and Yang of the entire person. The Yin is representative of the cold, slow, or passive principle, and yang represents the hot, excited or active principle.

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The Probable Cause of Allergy and Relieve Treatment

To identify the cause of allergy is hard and sometimes costly, the cause of allergy are very vast. Here is my personal experience in relieving allergy with Chinese herbs..

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