How to Get Healthy in 2016 with Chinese Medicine

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How to Get Healthy in 2016 with Chinese Medicine

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP Eat Your Medicine There is a huge emphasis in Chinese medicine that the food we eat is our best medicine. Food, after all, is the medicine we take into our bodies many times a day. This philosophy makes sense, especially when you are talking...
Hawthorn – Lower Blood Pressure & Cholesterol

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Hawthorn – Lower Blood Pressure & Cholesterol

By Vicky Chan of NourishU High blood pressure and cholesterol are very common health problems to people in western societies living a hurried lifestyle, eating an unhealthy diet and lacking adequate exercise. The matter is worse during the winter months when many...
Living According to the Winter Season with Chinese Medicine

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Living According to the Winter Season with Chinese Medicine

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP The ancient Chinese created a system of medicine thousands of years ago that is still used to this day. It has evolved over time and is still used effectively to treat modern diseases. Chinese medicine is only a part of a greater concept the...
The 5 Best Foods for Colds & Flu in Chinese Medicine

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The 5 Best Foods for Colds & Flu in Chinese Medicine

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP Eat. Your. Medicine. The changing of the seasons, especially the transition from warm to cold weather makes everyone more susceptible to colds and flu. The good news is that nutritional therapy is one of the pillars of Chinese medicine and...
Pregnancy – The Ultimate Exercise in Letting Go

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Pregnancy – The Ultimate Exercise in Letting Go

By Emma Suttie D.Ac, AP Pregnancy, until recently, had been a bit of an abstract concept for me. I have always thought of it as a wonderful, magical and beautiful experience, and one that is probably one of the most important and profound in any woman’s life, I...
Reishi / Ling Zhi – The Mushroom of Immortality

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Reishi / Ling Zhi – The Mushroom of Immortality

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP English Name: Reishi mushroom Pinyin: Ling Zhi Latin: Ganoderma Temperature: Neutral, warm Organs/Meridians Entered: Heart, Liver, Lungs, Kidney Parts Used: Fruiting body (mushroom), spores, mycelium Reishi mushrooms are one of the most...
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