The Impact of Modern Foods on Dampness and Phlegm: A Traditional Chinese Medicine Perspective

Discover how modern foods, such as processed foods and GMO wheat, contribute to dampness and phlegm formation from a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) viewpoint. Learn about dietary modifications, herbal remedies, and holistic approaches to maintain balance and well-being.

Harmonizing Differences: Exploring Cancel Culture and a Taoist Philosophy of Unity

"Yield and overcome; Bend and be straight; Empty and be full; Wear out and be new; Have little and gain; Have much and be confused."

Understanding Phlegm and Damp in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM): Implications for Mental Clarity and Brain Fog

This article provides a general overview of Phlegm and Damp in TCM and their potential implications for mental clarity and brain fog.

Transforming Dampness and Phlegm: TCM Approach to Treating SIBO and Digestive Imbalances

It's important to note that these herbs are typically used in combination with other herbs as part of a comprehensive formula tailored to the individual's specific condition. The exact herbal prescription will depend on the TCM practitioner's assessment of the patient's overall health, constitution, and pattern of disharmony.

Nurturing the Heart and Hun: Unveiling the Essence of Inspiration

The intricate dance between the Heart and Hun reveals the essence of inspiration and the depths of our creative potential. Anchoring the ethereal nature of the Hun in the Heart is vital for cultivating inspiration, clarity, and a harmonious state of being. Through the wisdom of acupuncture points and the supportive qualities of herbs, we can foster a balanced Heart-Hun relationship, allowing our conscious and subconscious minds to align, and our inspiration to flow effortlessly. May this exploration inspire you to embrace the interconnectedness of your heart and spirit, and unleash the boundless creativity that resides within.

Harnessing the Power of Integration: Uniting Eastern Medicine, TCM, and Yoga in Western Standard Treatment for Holistic Well-being

The integration of Eastern medicine, TCM, and Yoga into Western standard treatment marks a pivotal moment in the evolution of healthcare. By embracing the mind-body-spirit wholistic approach, we honor the desires of patients seeking comprehensive care that nurtures their physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Let us embrace the wisdom of ancient traditions, combine it with Western advancements, and forge a path towards a future where holistic well-being becomes the foundation of healthcare. In doing so, we can empower individuals, enhance patient outcomes, and contribute to the well-being of humanity in the long run.

Herbal medicine based on Traditional Chinese Medicine is probiotic and prebiotic.

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that support a balanced gut flora, aiding in digestion, nutrient absorption, and immune function. TCM recognizes the importance of gut health in overall well-being and utilizes certain herbs known to have probiotic properties. These herbs help restore and maintain a healthy microbial balance in the digestive system.

Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part 9 | Eleuthero

Eleuthero, also known as Ci Wu Jia or  Wu Jia Pi, Siberian ginseng, or Russian Root, is an adaptogenic herb that has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Its scientific name is Eleutherococcus senticosus, and its pharmaceutical name is Radix et Caulis Acanthopanacis Senticosi, and it belongs to the same family as ginseng.

TCM herbs and anti aging

These are just a few examples of the properties and actions of Chinese herbs. Depending on the specific pattern of disharmony, different herbs and combinations of herbs may be used to restore balance and harmony to the body. Please use the contact form to inquire about getting a personal diagnosis!

The acufacial experience

Acufacials, is a type of facial treatment that combines acupuncture with traditional facial treatments.