The ability to let go is related to the strength of the metal element in our body. The lungs and the large intestine are the organs that correspond with the metal element. These are the only two organs that open…
Turnips, pears, and ginger are must-have foods in the winter. What makes this odd trio an effective combination during the cold winter months?
One of the strongest areas of Chinese medicine is that of trauma remedies: treating the cuts, bruises, lacerations, sprained joints, and pain that can pop up unexpectedly, especially while an athlete is in training.
An illustration from a classic text of Confucian filial piety shows a son amusing his elderly parents by pretending to be a child. Aging is natural, and healthy aging is achievable.
Eucommia bark (Du Zhong) is used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat back and leg pain. It is also one of the 50 fundamental herbs used in Chinese herbology.
Patients diagnosed with breast cancer often suffer from stress generated by the diagnostic procedures. They face decisions about treatment options and the impact the diagnosis will have on their professional and personal lives. The stress can generate multiple biological changes…
What could help Tour de France riders sleep soundly, heal road rash and tendinitis, and feel vitality and high morale during the grueling days of the race? The secret is a special sleeping bag — an “earthing” bag. The discovery…
The Yellow Emperor’s Inner Canon is an ancient Chinese medical text that is still referred to today.
Many people wonder how to find a good acupuncturist. To answer this simple question, it is important to understand what acupuncture is and how it works.
How does Santa stuff himself down chimneys during the holidays? All the cookies and milk aren’t helping the jolly old elf out.