Winter Recipe – Black Bean Congee to Promote Kidney Health

Winter Recipe – Black Bean Congee to Promote Kidney Health

By NourishU Eating in Winter According to Chinese Medicine Winter with the drop of temperature is the time to slow down on physical activities because our body’s metabolic rate will be slower. It is also the time to eat nourishing food to help the body to...
External Qi Healing – Part 3

External Qi Healing – Part 3

By John Voigt **Disclaimer. This article is written for educational purposes only.  It is not offered for the healing of any serious illnesses. If a person is sick he or she must see a proper professional, in either (or both) western or traditional Chinese medicine.**...
External Qi Healing – Part 2

External Qi Healing – Part 2

By John Voigt **Disclaimer. This article is written for educational purposes only.  It is not offered for the healing of any serious illnesses. If a person is sick he or she must see a proper professional, in either (or both) western or traditional Chinese medicine.**...
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...
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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