Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

 
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A Taoist Master Explains the Source of Problems in the World Today

Searching for the roots of today’s problems, and for realistic solutions, can be a wild goose chase. It seems almost everyone is pressing an opinion or pushing an agenda, always outwardly, always blaming some group or other for the chaos and suffering in our world, which never lets up. The division and frustration breeds more division and frustration, as we drift ever further from harmonious, peaceful living.

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Stress-Busting Chinese Herb a Natural Anti-Depressant, Improves Cognition and Memory

The Chinese herb XingPiJieYu has been found to reduce the effects of chronic unpredictable stress, while also improving learning and memory, according to a recent study.

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Osteoporosis Treated With Herbal Medicine

Hopefully you already know that calcium supplementation does not in itself boost bone mineral density. Recent research confirms, however, that a combination of herbs used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, does boost bone mineral density and treat people with osteoporosis.

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  Acupuncture shown to boost fertility better than medication  

Study Reveals Previously Unknown Mechanism Behind Acupuncture’s Ability to Reduce Pain

When it comes to treating ailments such as chronic pain, I definitely prefer non-toxic options to drugs and surgery. Americans use 80 percent of all the opioids sold worldwide1 — a testament to the pervasiveness of pain in this country — and with drug overdoses now being the ninth leading cause of death in the U.S., we clearly need safer alternatives.

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Chinese Taoist ‘Bone Breathing’ Technique Rejuvenates the Blood, Bones and Immune System, and Reduces Stress
Back in 1983, renowned Taoist master Mantak Chia introduced to the West a practice which has revolutionised the way we view healing — bone breathing. One of the first students to learn the technique was a middle aged woman from Los Angeles, California, who was rapidly losing bone mass in her spine. Despite treatment from a range of specialists, her spine continued to deteriorate. She was told the eventual outcome of the disorder would be a full spinal collapse — leading to such severe damage of the nervous system that she would be paralysed and have her life cut short.

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Finding science in acupuncture

This article title is taken from a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) article by Belinda Beck, WSJ health writer. She turned in a good journalistic effort, undergoing treatments herself for chronic neck and back pain.

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Chinese herbal medicine can treat cancer safely and effectively

Australia's University of Western Sydney and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine recently conducted a large, retrospective review of thousands of studies and "hundreds of thousands of cancer patients" which proved that Chinese herbal medicine is indeed a viable treatment for almost all cancers.

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  Befuddled, Exhausted or Unwell? Transform Your Life with the Power of Energetic Yoga   Befuddled, Exhausted or Unwell? Transform Your Life with the Power of Energetic Yoga

Whether you’re an old hand at yoga or new to the game, everyone can benefit from a unique form of the practice: Energy Medicine Yoga. Developed by Lauren Walker, the program utilizes familiar stretches, but with a twist. Lauren seamlessly blends traditional asanas (yogic postures) with the wisdom of the nadis, chakra system and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) meridians.

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