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Posts tagged with ‘Ayurveda’

  • Spring Allergy Treatment with Eastern Medicine

    3 Ways To Ease Your Allergies With Eastern Medicine

    in Condition Related, Seasonal, TCM / / 0 comments

    Dreading Spring because the season brings lots of annoying allergy symptoms back into the mix? You’re not alone. As anyone with allergies will tell you, there are no permanent fixes for your allergic reactions–you just have to hope you eventually grow out of it. And if you’re not into OTC allergy meds that make you feel sleepy and loopy, you might feel like you’re out of luck. But that’s where Eastern medicine comes in. Practiced for thousands of years, Eastern medicine traditions like Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayurveda have their own methods for dealing with allergies and helping to soothe your symptoms. Here’s what you need to know.

  • Eastern Medicine Fixes For Bad Hair Days

    How To Fix Your Bad Hair Days With Eastern Medicine

    in Beauty, Condition Related / / 0 comments

    Hate bad hair days? Us, too. If you can’t take another day of having dull, lifeless hair that never seems to grow, you may be tempted to buy a fancy new shampoo or try a trendy hair treatment. But before you do that, give Eastern medicine a chance. For centuries, people in Asia have used traditional knowledge to keep their hair healthy, shiny, and thick. Here are some of the best tips, tricks, and techniques from eastern medicine to ward off bad hair days once and for all.

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

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

    in Condition Related, Seasonal, TCM / / 0 comments

    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.

  • Leaky Gut In Eastern Medicine

    Leaky Gut Syndrome: What It Is And How To Treat It With Eastern Medicine

    in Condition Related, TCM / / 0 comments

    Whether you’re suffering from occasional stomach pain or diarrhea, your digestive woes may be caused from something called leaky gut syndrome (LGS). Basically, it’s like the scapegoat of intestinal problems and western medical practitioners don’t know much about it. That said, more and more research is coming out about it. Apparently, leaky gut syndrome can be an early warning of autoimmune diseases and type I diabetes, and it may even cause mental health issues like anxiety and depression. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re SOL if your gut is giving you problems, though. Fortunately there are some tips & tricks from Eastern medicine that can help get you back on track.

  • Kick Bloating with Eastern Medicine

    Kill The Bloat Naturally with Eastern Medicine

    in Condition Related, General Wellness, TCM, wellness / / 0 comments

    Everyone gets bloated. Sometimes it’s after a big meal, or during your time of the month. Whatever the reason, bloating is uncomfortable and can stop you from feeling the best in your own body. Luckily, just because it’s natural doesn’t mean it’s unavoidable. Here’s the best advice from eastern medicine on how to get rid of bloating and discomfort, ASAP.

  • Self Care - Eastern Medicine and Global Options

    Going Global: How To Do Self Care Like A Global Citizen

    in Beauty, General Wellness, TCM, wellness / / 0 comments

    Let’s face it–after 2020, we all need and deserve a little extra DIY TLC. And if you’re like us, seeing your friends, visiting family, and going to restaurants without stressing over 6 feet aren’t the only things you’re missing. For those of us who consider ourselves globetrotters, this pandemic has taken away one of our favorite pastimes–traveling. So we put this list together so you can do some much-needed self care while taking inspiration from some of our favorite destinations around the globe.

  • Eastern medicine Night Time Routine For Sleep Bath

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

    in General Wellness, TCM, wellness / / 0 comments

    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!

  • 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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