Archive for the ‘Herbology’ Category

PMS and Chinese Medicine

Herbology

For thousands of years, Chinese medicine has been treating the symptoms of pre-menstrual syndrome. In the modern world, many women have found, especially in the area of gynecology, that conventional modern Western medicine offers few answers, little relief, and no treatments other than harsh chemicals with potentially unpleasant side effects.

Last modified: August 27, 2009 · al · One Comment
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Chinese Medicine for Back Pain

Herbology

The treatment of back pain, lumbago, with Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture.

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Sciatica Treated by Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs

Herbology

How sciatica is treated by acupuncture and Chinese herbs.

Last modified: August 25, 2009 · al · One Comment
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The Thick and Thin of TCM Herbs

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The thickness or thinness of a given herb affects how quickly its action can be noticed by the patient, and how long the action will continue to work.

Last modified: August 19, 2009 · al · One Comment
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The Nature of Ginseng

Herbology

Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about ginseng, but didn’t know enough to even conceive of the question.

Last modified: August 17, 2009 · al · No Comments
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