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Heatwave! To the British this is good news! To India, this is bad news! In China? Read on for what Chinese medicine might suggest!
Feeling stuffy, taking deep breaths, feeling tired even with lots of sleep. Light sleeper, feeling hot at night yet having chills at times - the temperature
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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
Hot foods taste great but can harm your health! Which foods are hot?
Do you worry about bad breath? Get burning pain in your stomach? You may have Stomach Fire! Here's what you need to know.
Yin Deficiency Reviews - of the book. What do people think about it? Did they find the information useful? Read their opinions here!
People who've read my book are kindly writing what they think and you can read their opinions at Qi Stagnation Reviews.
This page lists Yuck Phlegm reviews that I've received or found on the net. It won't have them all because I'm too busy to search for them. Hope it helps you decide whether to buy the book.
Do you suffer from calf cramps? They can wake you suddenly from sleep, forcing you out of bed to walk around?
Are Yin and Yang just Ancient Mumbo-Jumbo? What do they offer modern life? Do we have better ideas now?
Got Bags under the Eyes? What do they mean, and what can you do about them?
At heart, Chinese medicine is all about balancing Yin and Yang. Get that straight and the rest follows.
What Can You Do about Yin Deficiency, Burn-out and Exhaustiont? And how does it fit in with the Menopause, those power surges, hot flashes and flushes?
Here's a list of damp heat foods to avoid PLUS a list of foods you CAN ( and maybe should) eat!
Tinnitus, or ringing or noises in the ear, range from hissing to squeaking to the sound of a jet plane approaching. What is it?
Fibromyalgia is a tough disease. Acupuncture is often used and this is where you’ll find why.
Yin Deficiency Fish Recipes for people who are Yin deficient. Here are a growing number of suggestions to help your health.
Yin Excess is more common than Yang Excess because it lasts longer. In its own way however, it's almost as bad.
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