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How to cope with fever. Fever is the body's vital way to kill invaders like influenza, coronavirus, SARS and similar. It helps you speed up making antibodies.
Everyone knows how their lungs function. You just breathe, and that's it! Well, in Chinese medicine, that's hardly even the start of it.
Damp-Heat in the Large Intestine: doesn't exactly inspire confidence does it. But you'll know someone who has this, even if they keep quiet about it.
With TCM Theory, the more you study the more everything becomes inter-connected. That's both a strength and a weakness!
Cough? Yes Chinese medicine has encountered it, plus asthma, TB and the rest. Read here how they diagnose it.
Jing-Well points are all at the finger or toetips, and are used mostly in extreme conditions of pain, excitement or heat.
Blood building foods need a good digestion and must be rightly chosen. Learn what helps you acquire this stable base for your personality.
This page on sexual impotence treatment aims to show you how Chinese medicine and acupuncture might both explain and treat your problem.
Kidney 8, Jiaoxin, Exchange Belief, is the eighth point on the Kidney acupuncture channel. However, it is also an important point on the Yin Xiao Mai 'extraordinary' vessel.
Government restrictions on movement mean that the Edinburgh Natural Health Centre and West Edinburgh Acupuncture Centre are currently closed. Sorry! There's information in the URL shown that may help.
For those who wish to have a full discussion of their problem I can offer a Skype session: just click on 'Site Search' in vertical bar on left, and type 'Skype' into the search box, then click 'return'. Full details are given there.
Best wishesJonathan Clogstoun-Willmott
Luo-connecting points, also known as junction points, can be used in all sorts of ways: a really important type of point.
Find out about a Consultation with Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott, one of Scotland's most experienced acupuncture practitioners!
Blood is far more than the red stuff! Chinese medicine regards many illnesses as being due its deficiency or stasis, including signs of aging.
Ever had a sore throat? I used to have them all the time. Now, less often, which is arguably not so good. Why?
Constipation? How does Chinese medicine explain and treat this? How can you work out what to do about it?
British to the core, damp is our best weapon and worst curse. Only we have explored its diversity, rejoiced in its misery and plumbed its depths. But it's the Chinese who worked out what it does to us
Lung Heat covers a whole range of conditions, from acne to cough, red facial skin to pain in your chest. Find out more here!
This page, 'Jonathan Talks', tells you when, where and about what Jonathan is giving talks.
Yin Deficiency Reviews - of the book. What do people think about it? Did they find the information useful? Read their opinions here!
For Weight Loss Control, you must ensure the bit of you that is the Chief Controller is working for and not against you.
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