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A doctor of Chinese medicine will ask his/her patient firstly in which time of day his/her body disorders appear. According to that, the doctor will know which part of the body has a health problem. The Chinese biological clock shows intervals by which energy circulates through parts of our body and every two hours in…

A doctor of Chinese medicine will ask his/her patient firstly in which time of day his/her body disorders appear. According to that, the doctor will know which part of the body has a health problem. The Chinese biological clock shows intervals by which energy circulates through parts of our body and every two hours in…

Traditionally, the Chinese medicine has been 'reading' the face in order to detect all the body issues.

Traditionally, the Chinese medicine has been 'reading' the face in order to detect all the body issues.

One of the more interesting facets of East Asian Medicine comes to us from Five Element theory. It describes how the flavor and color of food perform different functions in the body and correspond to the five major organ systems of East Asian Medicine (which do not always correspond exactly to the Western medical understanding of the organs by the same name). Each organ system corresponds to a specific flavor and color of food. For example, the Liver corresponds to sour taste and green...

One of the more interesting facets of East Asian Medicine comes to us from Five Element theory. It describes how the flavor and color of food perform different functions in the body and correspond to the five major organ systems of East Asian Medicine (which do not always correspond exactly to the Western medical understanding of the organs by the same name). Each organ system corresponds to a specific flavor and color of food. For example, the Liver corresponds to sour taste and green...

Traditional Chinese medicine likes to focus on the balance of Qi. If our Qi is out of wack, then we are either sick, or not feeling up to par. In order to keep a balanced Qi we must eat the correct foods. Foods are essential to living a healthy life. By observing what "temperature" of food you need (depending on your problems) we are able to eradicate what is wrong, and once again get back to a balanced and whole life.

Traditional Chinese medicine likes to focus on the balance of Qi. If our Qi is out of wack, then we are either sick, or not feeling up to par. In order to keep a balanced Qi we must eat the correct foods. Foods are essential to living a healthy life. By observing what "temperature" of food you need (depending on your problems) we are able to eradicate what is wrong, and once again get back to a balanced and whole life.

SHIATSU SELF MASSAGE CHART: Shiatsu is based on the holistic system of traditional Chinese medicine, where illness is thought to result from imbalances in the natural flow of energy, or qi (pronounced "chee") through the body. A scientific explanation is that shiatsu calms an overactive sympathetic nervous system, which improves circulation, relieves stiff muscles, and alleviates stress.

SHIATSU SELF MASSAGE CHART: Shiatsu is based on the holistic system of traditional Chinese medicine, where illness is thought to result from imbalances in the natural flow of energy, or qi (pronounced "chee") through the body. A scientific explanation is that shiatsu calms an overactive sympathetic nervous system, which improves circulation, relieves stiff muscles, and alleviates stress.

Many are beginning to see the preventative and healing power of ancient practices that originated in the East, such as yoga, acupuncture, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Chinese herbology. The infographic below highlights the many distinctions between the two approaches.

Many are beginning to see the preventative and healing power of ancient practices that originated in the East, such as yoga, acupuncture, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Chinese herbology. The infographic below highlights the many distinctions between the two approaches.

Cooling – Warming Foods Chart (TCM) : ” Found this informative, handy chart on Pinterest featuring cooling and warming qualities of select foods according to TCM or Traditional Chinese Medicine. Cooling – Warming Foods Chart (TCM) Notes : ” Within the Eastern philosophy way of eating, all foods have Yin (cold) or Yang (warm) qualities. For […]

Cooling – Warming Foods Chart (TCM) : ” Found this informative, handy chart on Pinterest featuring cooling and warming qualities of select foods according to TCM or Traditional Chinese Medicine. Cooling – Warming Foods Chart (TCM) Notes : ” Within the Eastern philosophy way of eating, all foods have Yin (cold) or Yang (warm) qualities. For […]

5 Ways to Balance the 5 Elements Traditional Chinese Medicine Yoga Meditation Foods Acupuncture Hands

5 Ways to Balance the 5 Elements Traditional Chinese Medicine Yoga Meditation Foods Acupuncture Hands

What is Tongue Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine?

What is Tongue Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine?

Chinese Lunar Calendar Redesign by Chu Crystal, via Behance

Chinese Lunar Calendar Redesign by Chu Crystal, via Behance