Traditional Chinese Medicine

The hottest period in the Chinese calendar, called 三伏 (sān fú), describes the period between mid-July and mid-August. (Image:  pixabay /  CC0 1.0)

Treasure the Summer for Better Health

The hottest period in the Chinese calendar, called 三伏 (sān fú), describes the period between mid-July and mid-August. This is the time when people start talking about the heat and try to find ways to escape it. Yet, the most…

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Treasure the Summer for Better Health

The hottest period in the Chinese calendar, called 三伏 (sān fú), describes the period between mid-July and mid-August. This is the time when people start talking about the heat and…

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4 Ingredients With Medicinal Value

Wu Guobin of the Chinese Medicine Clinic in Xinyitang describes the medicinal benefits of four common ingredients found in the kitchen.

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The Second Heart of the Body

How can one tell the condition of the body by massaging the calf muscles? Try gently massaging your calves.  Do the lower legs feel stiff and cold, or warm and…

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Tips to Reduce Excessive Fluid in the Body

Many people lead an unhealthy lifestyle by staying up late, eating highly processed foods, leading stressful lives, and doing little exercise. All of these bad habits lead to excessive fluid…

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The Human Body Has a ‘Sleep Point’

Many people suffer from insomnia, which can go on for a long period of time. Insomnia is a sleep disorder that is characterized by having difficulty falling asleep, even though…

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Fruits That Can Boost Your Health

Most professionals will recommend fruits for daily consumption, as they are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. However, not all fruit is made the same and different fruit has different…

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4 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Kidneys

According to traditional Chinese medicine, the kidneys are the foundation of life. Maintaining healthy kidneys is important for keeping the body healthy. When a kidney develops a lesion, it is…

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3 Chinese Remedies to Help Soothe a Dry Mouth

The symptom of the medical condition called xerostomia is a dry mouth from reduced or absent saliva flow. Xerostomia may indicate the presence of various underlying medical conditions or the side effects…