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Herbal Tonic: Jiaogulan Tonic Jule of the Orient for Health and Longevity

05th January 2010
The most protective and health-restoring herbals are the liquid preparations called tonics, a name derived from their ability to keep the body's system and energies in tone. Tonics are a mainstay of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the world's most com... Read >
Author: Vida Curnutt

Stop Sciatica Pain Now - How To Stop Sciatica

05th November 2009
Are you ready to stop your sciatica pain now? If you are there is a treatment plan for you. In only 7 days or less, you can have your sciatica completely gone. We know it sounds un-heard of, but listen to the details. This treatment plan is guaranteed ... Read >
Author: JJ Jansen

History of Ganoderma

24th August 2009
History of Ganoderma (AKA. The "King of Herbs") Ganoderma Lucidum has more than 5,000 years of history. Since the ancient period, it had been called the miraculous herb, precious herb, and an herb on behalf of life. It was and treated as a "panacea" t... Read >
Author: Marcus

Sliminate For Extreme Weight Loss

10th July 2009
SLIMINATE - It is generally a unique combination of various wild plant species extracted from the Snow Mountains. It is generally being used since many centuries in Traditional Chinese medicines in order to promote health and beauty. Sliminate is special... Read >
Author: Alien

Menopause in German and Chinese Women

06th July 2009
Menopause in German and Chinese Women--An Analysis of Symptoms, TCM-diagnosis and Hormone Status* Rampp Thomas1, Tan Linda1, ZHANG Lin1, SUN Zhuo-jun2, Klose Petra1, Musial Frauke1, and Dobos Gustav Jurgen1ABSTRACT Objective: To investigate menopause-rela... Read >
Author: jackyluo

Discover How to Get Rid of Troublesome Acne Quickly.

11th June 2009
Attention acne sufferers - It turns out the solution to your skin problems was actually discovered thousands of years ago in China. It's true. It doesn't matter if you are a teenager or an adult, there is a thousands-of-years-old ancient Chinese formul... Read >
Author: Dr.B. Chao

Chinese Medicine Insomnia Theories

13th March 2009
People go without sleep constantly. Everyday there is something causing us to lose sleep. Whether it is stress, work, school, or anxiety, insomnia can come about. On top of the already ailing problems, insomnia can cause other health problems. Traditional... Read >
Author: Henry Fong

How to Use Tortoise to Feng Shui Your Way to a Better Life

03rd March 2009
Feng Shui has proven itself as an essential guide to life to its many believers and practitioners for hundreds of years. Originating from traditional Chinese customs, Feng Shui has brilliantly been adapted into the modern setting, helping millions of fami... Read >
Author: Silvia Blach

The Importance of Strengthening Kidney Energy

31st December 2008
The kidney energy is the basis energy in the body. Its energy pattern pursues extremely intimately to the spine, all the way into the cervical vertebra.With no sturdy kidney energy, the body cannot keep the calcium that it absorbs. A number of calcium can... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

The Benefits of Strengthening Kidney Essence for Human Being

30th December 2008
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, essence or Jing is a unique concept. It is in charge for developmental advancement from origin to death. Essence regarded as one of the sanctified resources that all people acquired from their parents; however, every one w... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Zhi Bai di Huang wan

22nd September 2008
Zhi Bai di Huang wan is often prescribed to menopausal women who are suffering from hot flashes and night sweats. It also contains herbs that help dispel heat and dampness such as Rhizoma Alismatis which according to traditional use may reduce edema and s... Read >
Author: herbalspan

Feiyan tea

18th September 2008
Feiyan tea is used to help lose weight. It has also been used to unblock constipation and aid in digestion. this tea contains some wonderful herbs that are used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat a host of problems. For example, Retinervus Luffae Fr... Read >
Author: herbalspan

The Bladder - Urinary Retention - Difficulty Voiding - Paruresis

29th July 2008
STEP 0. DO NOTHING Oops, that's the problem. Seriously, though, relaxing deeply can open the valves. If it doesn't, there may be an obstruction. STEP 1. COLLECT INFORMATION Because the prostate gland encircles the urethra (the tube that allo... Read >
Author: Susun Weed

Chinese Doctor To Introduce 'Eastern' Cancer Treatment

06th June 2008
Taiji For Eastern Cancer Treatment    The  Sydney Adventist Hospital is one of the most technologically advanced hospitals in Australia yet it can see beyond conventional treatments. Complementary chinese  medicines, already widely used in ... Read >
Author: trisa wang

What are Heaty and Cooling Foods?

13th April 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Ruth Tan When a Chinese uses the terms 'heaty' or 'heatiness' to describe the kinds of foods he/she would like to have or avoid, most Westerners would probably have no idea what those concepts are or find them strange. In Traditional... Read >
Author: Ruth Tan
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