Tag Archives: TCM

Diagnosing Heart-Sickness

Healing Through Pleasure Diagnosing Heart-Sickness by Felice Dunas, Ph.D. Sonya fell in love again.  She is in her late 30s now and her body clock is ticking so loudly she mistakes the sound for tinnitus.  While she hopes that this … Continue reading

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TCM Food Therapy

TCM Food Therapy for Diabetes by Helen H. Hu, OMD, L.Ac. Diabetes Mellitus is a syndrome characterized by hyperglycemia resulting from impaired insulin secretion and /or effectiveness. There are many complications of diabetes such as retinopathy, nephropathy, atherosclerotic coronary and … Continue reading

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From the Editor

From the Editor “Return to nature,” and “humans and nature are one,” represents the core philosophies of the law of nature. TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) teaches “food and herbs come from the same source.”  By using natural foods and herbs … Continue reading

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China’s Ancient Solution to the Contemporary Crisis in Medicine

[Eastern-Western Perspective] China‘s Ancient Solution to the Contemporary Crisis in Medicine Roger Jahnke, OMD The Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi (IIQTC) Santa Barbara, CA How To Be More Well, Reduce Medical Costs & Help Pay Off the National … Continue reading

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Longevity Eight Treasure Congee

Longevity Eight Treasure Congee by Dr. Helen Hu Chinese porridge or congee (Zhou: 粥) is a thick soup that is made from grains. There are various ways of making and serving congee, and no special skill is required. Congee can … Continue reading

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Featured Article

The Basic Concepts of Yao Shan for Yang Sheng and Its Functions © Helen H. Hu. MD, OMD, L.Ac Yao Shan (Yao – medicinal spices and herbs; Shan – food cooked or prepared as a meal) has a long history … Continue reading

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The Tai Chi Examiner

Save the Day for the 13th World Congress of Qigong and TCM By Violet Li Dr. Effie Chow, founder of World Congress of Qigong & Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), has been extremely busy with a faculty of esteemed Qigong, TCM, … Continue reading

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Healing Recipe of the Month

Six Soups with Therapeutic Effect on Insomnia Now a day more and more people suffer from stress and anxiety problems, while insomnia is one of most common symptoms.  If you notice the side effects of most sleeping pills, you may … Continue reading

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