Happy Fun Qi Gong – Part 2

Happy Fun Qi Gong – Part 2

**This article originally appeared as “Happy Fun Qigong.”Qi Journal, Vol. 25, No 3, Autumn 2015.** By John Voigt Qi-Balling 1. Sensing qi. Another fun and seemingly magical gymnastic is to have the group rub their hands together, then have them pretend...
How to Get Healthy in 2017 with Chinese Medicine

How to Get Healthy in 2017 with Chinese Medicine

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP Another year is upon us! The arrival of the new year always causes me to reflect, and think about what I would like to improve upon in the coming year. Health, happiness, and well-being are always top of the list, so here is a list of some...
Uplifting Kidney 5 Herb Tea – For Treating Kidney Stones

Uplifting Kidney 5 Herb Tea – For Treating Kidney Stones

By Vicky Chan of NourishU A Bit About Kidney / Bladder Disease in Chinese Medicine Kidney deficiency is the cause of many illnesses and over 80% of people have a certain degree of kidney deficiency. Cold hands and feet, a lack of energy, ringing in the ears, sexual...
China Issues First White Paper on Traditional Chinese Medicine

China Issues First White Paper on Traditional Chinese Medicine

Source –  Xinhuanet.com BEIJING, Dec. 6 (Xinhua) — The Chinese government published its first white paper on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) Tuesday, detailing policies and measures on TCM development and highlighting its unique value in a new era....
Chrysanthemum & Licorice Tea for Liver Detoxification

Chrysanthemum & Licorice Tea for Liver Detoxification

By Vicky Chan of NourishU Liver/ Gallbladder Disease The liver is the sole organ in promoting and detoxifying the blood. Promoting liver health is similar to promoting blood. Spring is the best season to address liver health because it is the beginning of a new cycle...
Cooling Cucumber Salad – Summer Recipe

Cooling Cucumber Salad – Summer Recipe

By Emma Suttie, D.Ac, AP Cucumbers are an important part of Chinese medicine food therapy and are packed with a multitude of health benefits. They are also the perfect food for summer. In Chinese medicine cucumbers are sweet, affecting the spleen, and cooling –...
The Ethics of Healing –  The “Hippocratic” Oath of China’s King of Medicine, Sun Simiao

The Ethics of Healing – The “Hippocratic” Oath of China’s King of Medicine, Sun Simiao

Compiled by John Voigt Sun Simiao (581-682) was an outstanding Chinese physician, scholar and author who lived during the Tang Dynasty. Called the “King of Medicine” (Yaowang) Sun Simiao is said to have founded Chinese gynecology, pediatrics and geriatrics as...
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