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  • Eastern Medicine For Women In Their 30's

    Eastern Medicine Tips For Women In Their 30’s

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    In ancient Chinese text, Huang Di Nei Jing says that a woman’s Qi, your vital energy, moves in seven-year cycles. By the age of seven, a young girl’s Qi is overflowing – manifesting itself through the growth of hair and permanent teeth. At fourteen, the life-force of Qi causes the onset of puberty (we don’t have to explain THAT!) and through her furtive 20’s, a woman’s body flourishes. But when a woman reaches about age 35, her Qi reaches its summit.

  • Must-Have PMS Teas and Tinctures

    Teas and Tinctures For Your Period

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    Aunt Flow is here. It’s that time of the month. The crimson tide has arrived. It’s shark week!

    Whatever you call it, your period has arrived. That means you probably need a way to ease your symptoms, get some energy back, and make it through the week like the boss babe you are.

    When Midol doesn’t cut it, TCM has your back.

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  • Treating UTIs with Traditional Chinese Medicine

    Give Your Lady Parts Some TLC With TCM

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    If you’re looking to take care of your downstairs, don’t grab harsh chemical-y products. Instead, take a page out of TCM’s book and go for a more natural, gentle method. Here’s a crash course on taking care of your lady parts with TCM.

  • TCM and Aging

    More Than Just A Number: TCM And Aging

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    Some people say that age is just a number–what really matters is how old you feel on the inside. But according to TCM, age is actually pretty important. There’s an ancient Chinese text called the Huang Di Nei Jing, and it lays out the stages of life for both men and women. And all of these stages correspond to certain ages. So cute phrases aside, age really does matter when it comes to your health and TCM.

  • Wu Gu - Chinese Five Grains

    Wu Gu: The Five Chinese Grains and Why You Need To Know About Them

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    Chances, you probably think of rice and beans as relatively basic (if not boring!) foods. But if you’re familiar with TCM at all, you’ll probably know that food is medicine. In fact, an entire ancient medical textbook was written about it and outlines the Five Natures and Flavors of Food. The Five Flavor theory doesn’t stop there, though. It also includes something called wu gu, or the Five Grains: Wheat, Brown Rice, Millet, White Rice and Beans. So why does all of this matter? Well, each grain is connected to an organ – read on to find out how these grains can help your health.

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