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Feb 04 2020

The Heart – Love and Health

The Heart in Chinese Medicine is associated with the emotions of joy and happiness.  These emotions often are present when one is in love but of course, one doesn’t have to be in love to feel joy and happiness.  These emotions can also come from time spent with close friends, a relaxing vacation and from achieving a great accomplishment.  Sometimes though there can be overjoy and this can lead to manic and uncontrolled behavior;  this is an example of the Chinese theory of yin and yang in all things

Jan 21 2020

Year of the Rat

The Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in China. In 2020, the Chinese New Year begins on January 25th. Unlike most nations who celebrate the New Year on the same day every year, the Chinese New Year is based upon the lunar cycle, which changes every year. The Chinese New Year helps is… Read more »

Mar 20 2019

The Liver

Welcome to Springtime! The organs associated with the Spring in Chinese Medicine are the Liver and Gallbladder. So this month we are going to discuss the basics of the Liver. In Western medicine it is said that the Liver is responsible for 600 functions in the body. I have never seen a list but this… Read more »

Mar 21 2018

Allergy Season is here

Springtime in Tucson is so beautiful. The sun shines, the flowers bloom. But with that comes the wind blowing pollen and dust around. Did you know that acupuncture can help allergies and the common cold? IT CAN!!!!! In fact, acupuncture can both treat and prevent allergies and colds. You don’t have to suffer that runny,… Read more »

Mar 13 2018

Acupuncture and Menopause

Are you experiencing hot flashes that have nothing to do with the weather? You might be experiencing menopause. Although menopause typically occurs between the ages of 45-56, menopause can occur earlier if you are receiving chemotherapy, or if you’re using hormone replacement therapy (either because of chemotherapy, or because you’re transgender and transitioning). Same people continue to… Read more »

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