Monthly Archives: May 2013
Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can effectively treat the symptoms of seasonal allergies Allergies are overreactions of the immune system to things in the environment, such as dust, pollen, animal dander, and foods. When an allergic person’s immune system is triggered by an allergen, it causes some degree of inflammation. The severity of an allergic Continue Reading
According to Chinese Medicine, QI is divided into two forms called acquired and congenital. QI is an important life material, which includes a variety of hormones, and is also found in your immune system. The QI’s strength comes from your parents and it complements with the intestinal absorption of the spleen and stomach.
Diseases of Chinese medicine are divided into YIN and YANG, cold vs. hot, the outside environment vs. the inside environment, and deficiencies vs. excess. For example with traditional Chinese medicine, when the body is too hot, you would treat the problem using cold herbs, and when the body is yang, you would use yin herbs Continue Reading
According to Chinese medicine, the human body contains Meridian. Meridian is known as an acupuncture line and is found throughout everyone’s body. Meridian is connected to your organs and by adjusting different points along the Meridian it can help correct the problems with the different organs. Meridian is distributed through the limbs and muscles of Continue Reading