Posts Tagged ‘acupuncture’
Acupuncture and NeuroDegenerative Disorders
Acupuncture can be used to treat NeuroDegenerative Disorders In this brief introductory discussion, four different methods to treat Neuro-degenerative disorders are offered as examples that Licensed Acupuncturists can choose from and apply in clinical treatment settings. They include; Scalp Acupuncture, Microsystems Acupuncture, Primary Meridian Acupuncture, and Master Tung’s Method. 1. Scalp Acupuncture, also known as…Read More
Menopause: Hot Flashes, Night Sweats and the Menopause Moods
Menopause is the transition in a woman’s life that marks the end of the reproductive activity of fertility, and the beginning of a new kind of creative period in her life. The reproductive energy (qi) is now freed up and can be re-routed into other parts of the body-mind to be used for projects and…Read More
Where do I go to get my ‘glow’?
“Get your Glow On” Article Follow up: Here is where you can go to get the recommended products. Thank you for taking the time to take care of your skin and enjoying our list of 48 skin care tips. The Three Pots of Tea Collective hope you are finding new and improved ways to get…Read More
Get Your Glow On Skincare
Introduction In Chinese medicine, we frequently refer to “systems,” not just individual organs. The Lung System consists of the Lungs (a Yin organ), as well as its pair, the Large Intestine (a Yang organ). The element associated with Lung is Metal, and the color is white. It governs the skin and the Wei…Read More
Moxa Season is NOVEMBER: Don’t let this one pass you by.
“Moxa”, short for Moxibustion, is one easy way to supplant Chi into the body. The Herb, Ai Ye/Artemisia (Mugwort leaf) is the material that is ignited, like a cigar or stick of incense, and this particular form of Heat (moxa) adds Chi to the Body. November is MOXA SEASON. There are so many way…Read More
Happy New Year 2021!
Happy New Year 2021!! May 2021 bring you peace, harmony and renewed health!! This is always such an interesting time of year for me. I ponder what happened in the ending of 2020, and reflect on what I would like to accomplish or focus on in the upcoming year. This ending…Read More