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Cure Pain Naturally

Some will believe while others won’t.

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Gua Sha is a Chinese Technique to Get Rid of Pain

This technique is, practiced on a certain body part by creating a vacuum to relieve toxins through skin. This is especially a good therapy for spondylosis and other joint pains.

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Ways to Alleviation Back Pain

Many people experience the dreaded back-pain at least once in their lives. There are ways to cure it such as surgery, but many don’t have the money or don’t want to go the process of someone going through your body.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine – Harmony and Flux Part Two

An outline of how the roots of traditional Chinese medicine are based in the concepts of change, flux and interrelationships, both within the body and outside it.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine – Harmony and Flux Part One

An outline of how the roots of traditional Chinese medicine are based in the concepts of change, flux and interrelationships, both within the body and outside it.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine – Harmony and Flux Part Five

An outline of how the roots of traditional Chinese medicine are based in the concepts of change, flux and interrelationships, both within the body and outside it.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine – Harmony and Flux Part Four

An outline of how the roots of traditional Chinese medicine are based in the concepts of change, flux and interrelationships, both within the body and outside it.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine – Harmony and Flux Part Three

An outline of how the roots of traditional Chinese medicine are based in the concepts of change, flux and interrelationships, both within the body and outside it.

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Western Medicine vs.. Eastern Medicine Part Five

Eastern medicine is generally considered as an alternative or complementary treatment, placing it second behind modern western medicine. Is this simply because it does not measure disease in concrete terms and is therefore harder to establish consistent efficacy?

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Western Medicine vs.. Eastern Medicine Part Four

Eastern medicine is generally considered as an alternative or complementary treatment, placing it second behind modern western medicine. Is this simply because it does not measure disease in concrete terms and is therefore harder to establish consistent efficacy?

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