Winter is here. Many around us have caught common cold already. I would like to introduce a quick acupuncture method here. It is very simple – three groups of points are chosen.
In TCM, yin is used to describe things/aspects that are still, cool, dim, descending, moist and nourishing, while yang refers to anything that has the properties of warm, bright, ascending, active and dynamic.
Huatuojiaji (M-BW-35) is a group of 34 points, which locate 0.5 cun lateral to the depressions below the spinous processes of the twelve thoracic and five lumbar vertebrae. The intention of needling these points is to stimulate the appropriate spinal
As Chinese medicine practitioners, we often talk about Jing, Qi, Shen. We only have certain amount of Jing, Qi and Shen within us. Only when we use them wisely, can we live longer and healthier. You may ask, what are
Recently I have read an article about a Chinese practitioner who uses X-balance method (he named it) to treat various problems with amazing results. He rarely uses needles preferring acu-pressure or match sticks instead. His practice is based on Chinese
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a valuable treatment for children who experience enuresis. It may vary in individual child, but all forms of treatment including Tuina (paediatric massage), acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and dietary therapy are effective in treating enuresis. We
Slimming Decoction Sheng Shan Zha 15g Chen Pi 9g Bai Fu Ling 12g Ze Xie 15g Gan Cao 3g He Ye 15g