Too much food with the Salty taste in Chinese medicine will make you ill. But you need some! Which foods do they mean?
The spicy taste in Chinese medicine adds lightness and energy to your diet, helping your lungs work better. You need some, but not too much!
Foods classified as having a sweet taste in Chinese medicine are vital for health. But too little or too much ‘sweet’ food leads to disease.
Taste in Chinese medicine describes, like short-hand, what foods and herbs can do for your health. Discover the right balance!
Diagnose atrial fibrillation with Chinese medicine. Too much or too little yang and sometimes yin or blood deficiency.
In War and Peace, Yin and Yang offer insight. Not that you’ll always like what it tells you. But it may help you define priorities.
Food Accumulation explains what happens when food blocks a child’s intestines, drying, thickening and heating, causing chronic disease later.
For erection difficulty treatment, which foods and supplements help and which don’t? Here’s advice from Chinese medicine.
Erectile dysfunction means difficulty getting or maintaining an erection. Embarassing and humiliating, but Chinese medicine can help!
Male infertility causes 30% infertility! Don’t waste valuable time – Investigate both male and female right from the start!
Heart and Kidney not harmonised with qi deficiency described a syndrome usually of our own making. Which means, we can do something about it!
Heart and Kidney not communicating, with yin deficiency, can lead to potentially life-threatening consequences like internal bleeding.
Lung Yang deficiency means your Lungs don’t manage, warm and move Qi round your body properly. Hence, frequent respiratory problems.
What deficiency causes Cold Hands? How does Chinese medicine explain this? Symptoms and Signs, Causes and Treatment.
Gallbladder channel acupuncture points lie mainly on the side of the body, stretching from eye to fourth toe. They have many important functions.
Gallbladder 20 clears Wind and Excess Yang from the head, easing headache and eye, nose and ear problems. Too strong for some patients.
Dry Skin – how to understand it with yin and yang. It takes healthy Blood to make healthy skin, so how to get that healthy blood?
The Earth element grounds and stabilises us, providing self-reliance, endurance and dependability. A good digestion is a blessing!
Your Chinese medicine clock time shows when an organ may be more or less energetic, not necessarily at its best!
Metal element or Metal phase generates the essence of maturity and experience, ready to enrich the next cycle of life: meantime, fortifying spirit!
Growth and Your Wood element or Wood Phase describes how your life and health respond to growing and expanding your horizons.
Water phase or Water Element problems often come with lack of fluidity and poor recovery from rest: memory and comprehension issues.
Discover which anti-dampness foods and herbs help DISPEL damp from your body. But also, STOP eating foods that CAUSE damp!
Do you get cold feet? All the time or just when you’re tired? How does Chinese medicine explain this and what can you do about it?
Spleen 10, Zuehai, Sea of Blood, strengthens your Blood, controlling yang factors like Heat and helping to steady your Mind.
Heart Yang Deficiency – Cold, Tired, Depleted Spirits. Signs , symptoms,, aetiology and what to do! And if you ignore it, what happens next.
Spleen 8 – Diji – is Spleen xi-cleft point, moves fluids and regulates Blood: very useful for uterine problems and pain, also being analgesic.
Between acupuncture and homoeopathy, which is best? Given the choice between these two great therapies, how do you decide?!
Always poor circulation and can’t warm up? You need this page to explain why and what to do! Also, learn what NOT to do – important!
Fermented foods both preserve and enhance a food’s quality, add ‘sourness’ to you diet and help Liver and Gallbladder work better.
Common diseases listed are those you often ask about. Here’s how Chinese medicine explains them, and why it may help. Includes some syndromes, too.
This Spleen channel points list links to individual Spleen points for deeper study. The Spleen: Your Great Housekeeper!
Singing means different things to different people. It can be enjoyable and community-enhancing. What about for health and your mind?
Do you get phlegm after eating? Must hawk to clear throat mucus before speaking? With stuff that blocks your nose?
Three-Heater 6 releases Qi stagnation and removes obstruction from intestines. Clears Heat from all parts of the body. Helps depression.
Oketsu, from Japanese acupuncture, describes problems from portal vein congestion and blood stagnation that need urgent treatment.
Trapped in static yin lockdown? How to reduce yin and use yang to alleviate misery! It’s your choice and your opportunity!
High blood pressure – hypertension: understand it with yin and yang to get the right treatment. Excess yang or deficient yin?
As source point Spleen 3 strengthens your Spleen so enhances your digestion, energy and Blood and helps to clear or disperse Damp.
Heart Qi deficiency – you’d think this would deserve a long page, so important is the Heart. Well, no! It’s easily explained but still, important!
Gallbladder 34, yanglingquan clears Damp-Heat and soothes and steadies the tendons. Great for many kinds of arthritis and aching wandering pains.
Spleen 9, yinlingquan, is a major point for conditions caused by Damp, so helps urinary problems, ascites, oedema and general swelling.
Spleen 6 Sanyinjiao is a strong reliable acupuncture point for yin and Blood problems, so good for clearing Damp and helping anaemia.
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Phlegm-Heat has lots of green/yellow sputum and a noisy honk of a cough. If acute it comes early in a cold or ‘flu. If chronic, you probably took antibiotics for it.
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