Chinese Herbal Medicine
Chinese medicine for trauma, injuries and pain
  When dealing with trauma or pain, remember-- Ice is for dead things! The Chinese martial arts know a lot abou[more]
Acupuncture and Chinese herbs for weight loss
  Oddly enough, your weight has very little to do with the calories you consume and acupuncture is not the miracle you[more]
Acupuncture and the Treatment of GERD
Lowering acid is the not the solution for heartburn! Excess stomach acid is not the problem. You need your stomach acid. I[more]
Acupuncture and Chinese herbs for UTI’s
  When antibiotics fail; more is not always better when treating urinary tract infections. It is usually a simpl[more]
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs for Fertility
If you have experienced issues with fertility, then you likely have put acupuncture and Chinese medicine on your list of trea[more]
Treating Meniere’s disease with Chinese medicine
Acupuncture is well known for its ability to treat pain, regulate a woman's menstrual cycle, and instill a deep sense of quie[more]
Acupuncture and the treatment of cancer
Chinese medicine operates on a set of principles different from those upon which western science is founded. It is completely foreign both in philosophy and practice. As a result, many [more]
Chinese medicine treats that?
  While well-known (and justifiably so) for the treatment of pain. Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are useful for all kinds of problems for which you might seek out a western[more]
Treating allergies: symptomatic cure or fundamental rebalancing?
Walk by the "allergy" section of any drugstore, expose yourself to less than an hour of primetime TV, or flip casually through any magazine and you are bound to encounter a goldrush of a[more]
Are Chinese herbs dangerous?
I love watching those Olympic athletes bump through a mogul field, float a corkscrewed flip, land like cat and continue to scream like a banshee down the slope. The way those skaters pull [more]