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  • Purging Your Life With Eastern Medicine - Trash

    The Big Purge: How To Detox Your Life, Your Apartment, and Your Mind

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    Looking to start fresh in 2021 and get rid of some toxic baggage? You’re not alone! There’s no denying that the word “detox” is a little overused right now. From teas to detox our guts, to face creams and masks to detox our face, and even foot baths to detox our feet it seems everything needs a detox. But the principle is still solid. Detoxifying, or removing negative and toxic elements, is a great goal that we can all focus on. Here are some tips and tricks to purge your entire life.

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  • Eastern medicine Night Time Routine For Sleep Bath

    The Best Night Time Routine For Rest + Beauty, According To Eastern Medicine

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    You’ve probably heard of the circadian rhythm, right? It’s the West’s version of our internal body clock. Basically, this clock responds to the lightness or darkness that we’re exposed to, and that helps guide our energy levels, sleep, eating habits and more. But the circadian rhythm isn’t the only body clock around. In fact, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic practice both follow body clocks that tell us the best times to eat, rest, exercise, be social, and more!

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  • 3 East Asian Herbs You Already Have In Your Pantry (And 3 You Need To Get ASAP)

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    If you’re new to Eastern medicine and traditional Chinese therapy, you might think that the herbs and ingredients used in TCM are weird, unfamiliar, and hard to find in your local supermarket. And for some ingredients, you’d absolutely be right! But a lot of people would be surprised to know that many herbs and ingredients from TCM are probably already in their pantry, let alone their grocery store!

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  • Building Your Memory With Eastern Medicine

    Can Eastern Medicine Practices Help Me with My Memory?

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    Have you lost your train of thought during a meeting recently or blanked on the name of the latest podcast you were binge listening to? If this type of memory lapse seems to be happening more and more often, know that this is a natural part of the aging process but you don’t have to settle for slower cognition and a less sound memory. From incorporating new habits into your routine to supplementing your diet with certain herbs, Eastern medicine can help you preserve and restore your memory.

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  • Arthritis Treatments In Eastern Medicine

    What To Know About Arthritis and TCM: Symptoms, Diagnoses, and Treatments

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    Feeling achy and stiff? Maybe you have a wonky knee that acts up when it’s raining, or your wrist tends to hurt when you’ve been typing all day. If you’re familiar with arthritis, then you know that western doctors can’t always offer much help. Generally, most Western medical practitioners try to treat arthritis with painkillers, anti-inflammatories, and physical therapy. Luckily, Eastern medicine has been treating arthritis and joint pain for centuries, so it’s a great option for someone looking to work alongside or instead of western treatments.

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  • Gas & Digestive Issues in Eastern Medicine

    Why Am I So Gassy? Answers From The East and West

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    Let’s face it: gassiness is normal. Sometimes it’s stinky, sometimes it’s loud, but at the end of the day, gassiness, farting, and bloating is a normal thing that all of our bodies do. But sometimes, normal gassiness turns into constant and repeat bloating and discomfort. When that happens, it’s time to figure out what’s making you uncomfortable and how you can fix it. Depending on who you ask, there’s a couple of different answers to this question.

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  • Natures and Flavors in Eastern Medicine

    Food As Medicine: The Natures and Flavors of Food According to TCM

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    Food is an incredibly important part of TCM. Some foods can change the levels of Yin and Yang in our bodies, while others can directly stimulate certain organs and bodily systems. Since TCM is all about seeking balance in our bodies and minds, knowing the right foods to eat to shift that balance is key to finding physical and mental harmony.

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  • Overthinking Remedies in Eastern Medicine

    Hey Overthinker! Get Rid Of Your Racing Thoughts with Eastern Medicine

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    Let’s face it, overthinking is pretty common. And it’s really hard to deal with! In Western medicine, we give names like “anxiety” and “insomnia” to problems related to racing thoughts and overthinking. But being told that you have insomnia or anxiety doesn’t do much to actually help you with your problem. Eastern medicine approaches things a little differently. Instead of naming the results of your overthinking, Eastern medicine looks at the root problem–your racing thoughts and overactive mind.

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  • Eastern Medicine Constipation Treatments

    3 Natural Ways to Fix Constipation with Eastern Medicine–FAST!

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    If you’re reading this, you’re probably constipated right now or have been recently. You’re not alone – 2 out of 10 Americans deal with this tricky situation every year. Normally, most people poop anywhere from a few times a day to a few times a week. There’s no set number of times you should sit on the porcelain throne, because it depends on a lot of different things. So how do you know when you have a pooping problem? When you’re struggling to poop and you notice a big change in your number of visits to the restroom, that’s an indication that something isn’t right.

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  • Oil Pulling in Eastern Medicine

    What You Need To Know About How and Why To Start Oil Pulling

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    Remember when coconut oil was the new miracle food? People used it for everything–taking off their makeup, moisturizing their hair, and even gargling it! Now, that last one might sound a little weird. But oil pulling, as the practice is known in the West, actually comes from a traditional Ayurvedic practice to keep the teeth, tongue, and gums healthy and clean. Keep reading to learn more about a quick and cheap addition to your dental routine that will keep your oral hygiene in tip top shape!

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