Chinese Medicine theory

Chinese Reflexology for Sciatica: Here’s a 30 Second Massage Technique to Try On Yourself (video)

Do you have sciatica or hip pain? Feel stiff or achy hips after sitting at a desk for hours? Here’s a simple massage technique that takes just 30 seconds, and it’s based on principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Massaging the Chinese Reflexology sciatica point improves the flow of qi (life force energy) through the hips and …

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Chinese Reflexology for Your Face: Hydrate Your Skin from the Inside Out with Traditional Chinese Medicine

If you’ve got dry skin or want to minimize wrinkles, discover a Chinese Reflexology foot point that increases the circulation of qi and blood to your face so that you can hydrate your skin from the inside out. You’ll also learn the Traditional Chinese Medicine theory behind wrinkles and what you can do to replenish …

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What Color Is Your Snot? – Wind Cold vs. Wind Heat Infographic

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the color of your snot is a critical factor in diagnosing and treating the common cold. If you get the diagnosis wrong, you could actually prolong a cold by consuming the wrong herbs, foods and drinks. I’m proud and delighted to present my first ever infographic on, “What Color Is Your …

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