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In the age of integrated medicine, Chinese medicine is often described as a solution for sports injuries and other forms of pain. This presentation makes the case that Chinese herbal medicine has the potential to treat...
Organic acid testing is an unparalleled and invaluable tool in creating an individualized supplementation program by targeting the functioning of exact metabolic processes in the body. It tests for fatty acid metabolism,...
In the year 500 B.C., the famous doctor Bian Que revived a patient from a state of convulsions by treating the point GuiGong (Ghost Palace) - Gv 26. This is the first documented treatment of ghost possession in Chinese...