Tag Archives: Chinese Medicine

Illustrations from Martial Arts, Art and Medicine

[Featured Article 精选文章] Are You an Expert? Illustrations from Martial Arts, Art and Medicine Marty Eisen, Ph.D.   The mastery of any discipline can be broken into three stages. This will be illustrated from Chinese Medicine, Art and Martial Arts. … Continue reading

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A Reflection of Nature

[Featured Article 精选文章] A Reflection of Nature by Lilian Kluivers   How can we adapt to the changing energies of the seasons? Insights from Do-In provide us with a series of simple but accurate stretchings. Following the wisdom of Chinese … Continue reading

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5-Element Medicinal Food That Doesn’t Taste Like Medicine

[Food As Medicine 食疗] Five Element Medicinal Food That Doesn’t Taste Like Medicine By Raven Cohan             Do we in this junk-food jungle, find joy in calorie-laden foods that have extra grease, sugars, and actual ingredients added that can poison … Continue reading

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The Divergent or Distinct Meridians (Part 2)

[Scientific Qi Exploration] Part 2: The Divergent or Distinct Meridians By Marty Eisen, Ph.D. The Third Confluence (a)  Stomach Divergent Channel Departing from the Stomach Meridian on the thigh, it enters the abdomen, connects with the stomach and disperses into … Continue reading

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How to Choose Food Using Chinese Medicine principles

[Season’s Harmony] Food – It’s More Than You Think By Ellasara Kling “Traditional medicine and food share a common origin” Diet Therapy is one of the healing modalities of Chinese medicine.  Diet Therapy is applied not only to alleviate ailments, … Continue reading

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Foods For Late Summer

[Seasonal Harmony] Foods For Late Summer by Ellsara Kling “When internal energies are able to circulate smoothly and freely, and the energy of the mind is not scattered, but is focused and concentrated, illness and disease can be avoided.”  The … Continue reading

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How TCM Food Therapy Is Important Part of Yang Sheng

[TCM Food Therapy] How Traditional Chinese Food Therapy Is An Important Part of Yang Sheng by Helen Hu, OMD What is Yang Sheng? Yang sheng is a lifelong activity of various integrated practices both physical and nonphysical into one’s lifestyle … Continue reading

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Scientific Qi Exploration — The Fu (Yang) Organs

  1. Introduction The six Yang Organs are the Gall Bladder, Stomach, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Bladder and Triple Heater or Burner will be studied (1,2,3). The Triple Heater does not have a physical structure and is considered a functional … Continue reading

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Featured Article-Awaken the Healer Within

Awaken the Healer Within NIH Interview with Dr. Roger Jahnke, OMD How Qigong and Tai Chi — Chinese Mind-Body Wellness Practices — Promote Healthy Function This brief interview with Dr Roger Jahnke, OMD, director of the Institute of Integral Qigong and … Continue reading

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Seasonal Harmony

Seasonal Harmony by Ellasara Kling “The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well. Our food should be our medicine. Our medicine should be our food.” Hippocrates: Greek physician (circa — 460 BCE … Continue reading

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