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Chinese Medicine

Cordyceps Sinensis Benefits

Widely used in Chinese traditional medicine for more than 1,000 years, Cordyceps sinensis is a parasitic fungus that grows on the ...

Chinese Herbal Medicine & Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding women who become ill or need to increase their lactation levels may have concerns about treating these health issues...

Chinese Medicine for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a painful disorder that causes inflammation in the joints and surrounding tissues. This inflammation is th...

Facts About Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese medicine goes back at least 2,000 years. Unlike mainstream medicine, ancient Chinese medicine focuses on the i...

Benefits of Yin Yoga

The yin and yang practices of yoga complement each other with their opposing natures. Yin yoga conditions you in a way that allows...

The Best Qigong DVDs

Qigong is a Chinese practice that combines slow-moving martial arts, breathing and meditation. Qigong is designed to help you harn...

Yin Chiao Benefits

Yin chiao, also known as honeysuckle forsythia, is a traditional Chinese mixture of nine herbs developed to combat the symptoms of...

Five Elements of the Body & Personality

The Five Elements of body and personality were developed by early Taoist philosophers as a metaphor to explain the connection betw...

How to Use Chinese Medicine Balls for the Hands

Chinese medicine balls, also known as Chinese Baoding balls, stress balls or exercise balls, are said to date back to the Ming Dyn...

Exercises for Strengthening Spleen Qi

The different organs of the body each have their own energetic signatures, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM. This...
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