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Category: Seasonal Acupuncture

The Lesson Of Autumn

Fall is almost here and this season, always gives us an important reminder. According to Chinese Medicine, Autumn is the best time to let go. In this season, nature releases its abundant creations of the past year and marks the end of the growing season. The harvest has passed and leaves turn brilliant colors before: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on September 21, 2017

Summer and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Summer is here! In Chinese Medicine this is the time of year that is considered most yang. To learn more about yin and yang click here. High yang means heat, maximum activity, and moving outward with our lives and into nature. In Chicago we’re right in the middle of our ‘high yang’ summer, so I’m: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on July 10, 2017

Nourish Your Qi With Acupuncture This Winter

Acufinder.com has good articles for every season this one is written By: Diane Joswick, L.Ac., MSOM Recharge Your Battery this Winter with Acupuncture If you feel tired and drained, you are not alone. “Lack of energy” is one of the top five complaints that doctors hear in their offices. According to Oriental medicine, the cold: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on January 31, 2010

Fire and the Season of Summer!

By David Tucker from the zen of healing blogFire and the Season of Summer! The summer season is upon us. For the year, it is our most Yang time of year. And the sun is reaching out to love, connect, and warm all of that which grows in Nature. The same is true on an: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on July 16, 2009

Anger, The Wood Element and Chinese Medicine

This Post is by David TuckerFrom his blog The Zen of Healing Being Clear With Anger…. According to the theory behind Classical Five Element Acupuncture, each of the five elements has a particular emotion related to it. The emotion of the Wood Element is Anger. First let me say that all five of the emotions: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on May 21, 2009

Spring Planning and Envisioning…

This Post is by David TuckerFrom his blog The Zen of Healing Though it may not feel like it for those of us in Seattle… (or for those of us in Chicago) the tulips, daffodils, and crocuses are telling us loud and clear that Spring is here. With that, comes all of the very powerful: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on May 10, 2009

Chinese Medicine; Winter Diet Suggestions

The cold damp winter season has arrived in Chicago and across most of the country. Chinese Medicine believes that cold invades our body, exposing us to chills, colds, and headaches. To drive out the cold and phlegm and keep you at your best this season. Try acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and include the following foods in: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on January 6, 2009

Seasonal Acupuncture for Optimal Health

Seasonal acupuncture treatments just four times a year serve to tonify the inner organ systems and can correct minor annoyances before they become serious problems. Acupuncture is popularly known for correcting problems but Americans are less aware of the preventative properties of treatment, or “tune-ups”. In China, acupuncture and herbal medicines are used in prevention: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on December 7, 2008