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3 Great Ways To Improve Your Health And Your Love Life

3 Great Ways To Improve Your Health And Your Love Life

Valentine’s Day is coming soon! Flower vendors, candy manufacturers and jewelry stores are all bombarding us with ideas about ways to show our love.

In Chinese Medicine, one way to insure a good love life is to have plentiful kidney qi. For thousands of years, the Chinese medical practitioners have known that an abundance of kidney qi is essential to having a strong libido. Kidney qi is also key to vibrant health, illness prevention, more energy, better sleep and a longer life. Pretty terrific huh? 

Dried Goji Berries/Gou Qi Zi
Cordyceps

3 great ways to boost your Kidney Qi

1. Eat foods that nourish your kidneysGoji berries (Gou Qi Zi), Raspberries, Cherries. Green onions, Black beans, Kidney beans, Shrimp, Lamb, Sweet potatoes, Herbs such as basil, fennel, garlic, and ginger; and Walnuts.

2. Take Cordyceps –  In the high mountains of China, Cordyceps is a fungus that lives on certain caterpillars and is considered highly prized for its medicinal properties. Fortunately, this unique material has become more readily available as a result of modern cultivation.

Cordyceps builds your kidney qi (both kidney yang and yin) over time and can increase energy and stamina. It is also used for improving liver function, strengthening your immune system, and enhancing athletic performance. It is used to treat coughs, bronchitis, weakness and fatigue. Do not use Cordyceps if you have a fever or an autoimmune disorder. As with any herbal medicine, it is always best to see a professional with questions and concerns.

3. Show yourself or your loved one some appreciation with an acupuncture treatment – Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs are wonderful for strengthening your Kidney Qi and help you to feel your best.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Posted By: tcm007 on February 3, 2017
tcm007 said...
Thank you, glad you enjoyed the post. Happy Valentine's Day to you!
February 5, 2017, 1:25 pm
Justin Fortado said...
Jennifer, Great post here! I was very intrigued by the Cordyceps. Honestly, I would have never thought anything from a caterpillar would be beneficial to the human body. The fact that it can be beneficial to athletes is definitely something that should be shared within the fitness community. It seems like something Crossfit enthusiasts would be drooling over! Anyway, keep up the good work! And Happy Valentines Day to you too!
February 5, 2017, 1:16 pm
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