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  • Stress, Anxiety, Energy & Mood Formulas

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  • Sad To Happy - How Eastern Medicine Can Boost Your Mood

    Turn That Frown Upside Down: 4 Eastern Medicine Tips To Boost Your Mood

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    Feeling down? There’s so much going on in the world these days that it can be hard to always stay positive, even if you’re normally the happy-go-lucky type. And it’s ok to feel sad, frustrated, or just low sometimes. But when it feels like you’re always down in the dumps, something has to change. In Eastern medicine, the mind and the body are connected, so your emotions can actually be caused by problems with your physical health. That means there are things you can do and foods you can eat that will boost your mood and turn that frown upside down. Here’s your mood-boosting eastern medicine checklist with the best tips and tricks from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayurveda.

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    Beat the Bad Mood: 5 TCM Tips To Get Your Groove Back

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    We all have those days; energy is low, motivation is nowhere to be found, and you just feel eghh. Ever notice how on those days you eat things like fried-chicken, feel gross at the end of the day, and you’ve probably rubbed your yuckiness off on coworkers and family? 

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    Bad Mood Foods:Your Diet Can Make You Chronically Irritable

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    You are what you eat goes the well-known adage, and Chinese Medicine agrees. You can help restore balance by avoiding certain foods and eating more of others.

  • Eastern Medicine For Gut Health

    The Foundation of Gut Health: Eastern Medicine’s Comprehensive Herbal Formula Recommendations

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    Gut health is the cornerstone of overall well-being, and both Western and Eastern Medicine recognizes its profound impact on the entire body. The gut, often referred to as the “second brain” or “Dan Tian” in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), is believed to be the core of optimal physical, mental, and emotional health. In this blog, we will explore the concept of gut health through the lens of Eastern Medicine, delving into the impact of gut health on various imbalances that can present as gut issues. We will provide detailed herbal formula recommendations that an Eastern Medicine practitioner may suggest for each specific gut-related concern.

  • TCM For Female Issues

    TCM For Female Related Issues

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    TCM has an in-depth grasp of women’s health and offers holistic and all-natural methods to support them through all life phases. TCM recognizes the particular difficulties women confront throughout menstruation, pregnancy, perimenopause, and menopause and offers herbal treatments, acupuncture, and lifestyle suggestions to support hormonal balance, general well-being, and vitality.

  • Top 10 Formulas in TCM

    Top 10 Most Common Herbal Formulas in Traditional Chinese Medicine

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    There are thousands of formulas commonly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Why is that? Well, practitioners of Eastern Medicine, don’t have a one-size-fits-all solution for conditions, rather they prescribe formulas based on each individual person’s underlying imbalance. With that being said, there are a few formulas that are a key tool for most TCM practitioners:

  • A Comprehensive Review of TCM

    Unveiling the Wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Introduction

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    Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a holistic healing system that dates back thousands of years and has its roots in ancient China. Unlike Western medicine, which focuses on treating specific symptoms or diseases, TCM views the body as an interconnected whole, where balance and harmony are essential for overall health. This comprehensive approach involves various modalities, such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, diet therapy, and mind-body practices, all working together to promote well-being and prevent illness. In this blog, we will provide a brief overview of TCM, followed by an exploration of the top 10 most common herbal formulas used in TCM. Each formula will be outlined with its ingredients, administration, common uses, and the wisdom behind its effectiveness.

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