Tag Archives: high blood pressure

Seasonal sleep, Arginine, Bell’s Palsy and more. Balancing Point 5.10.12

Finding our source assumptions. Whole health. Mental health. Nature of reality. Seasonal sleep adjustment. Konjac mannan. Arginine. Causes of Multiple sclerosis. Phytic acid. IP-6. Chelation. Nose tickle. Liver discomfort. Bell’s Palsy. Trigeminal nerve. Blood pressure. Beet roots, celery, cucumber. Iron. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing Point […]
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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Supplement Quality, Thyroid Treatments and more. Balancing Point 4.19.12.

  “Knotty diseases”. Hives. Fluid buildup. Qi mechanism disorder. Cellulitis. San jiao channel. Spleen channel. Supplement quality. Antioxidants. Multiple chemical sensitivity. Overwhelmed liver. Lung yin deficiency. Residual lung heat. Volatile organic compounds. Invisible illness. Chronic disease. High blood pressure. Thyroid treatments. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing Point […]
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Edema, Blood Tests, Eye Pain and more. Balancing Point 3.29.12

Swelling and edema. Electrolyte levels. Blood pressure medication. Channel theory. San jiao channel. Spleen channel. B-12 deficiency. Blood tests. Eye pain. Liver-eye connection in TCM. Extra points. Local vs. distant points. Constipation. Miralax. Konjac mannan fiber. Hyoscyamine. Memory. High blood pressure. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing […]
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Ginseng, Diabetes, Diagnosis and more. The Balancing Point 2.23.12

  Energy medicine. Energy movement. Energy alignment. Blood pressure medication. Wu ling san. Chai hu long gu mu li tang. High blood pressure causes. Pulse diagnosis. Blood stasis. High blood sugar. Ginseng. Lower abdominal pain. Chi nei tsan. Diabetes. Glucose monitoring. Diabetic training. Retinal bleeding. Spleen qi. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and […]
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Neurodegenerative Diseases Part 1. The Balancing Point 2.20.12

Brain health and neurodegenerative disease. Dementia, Alzheimer’s. Parkinson’s. ALS, MS. Predictors, causes, signs and symptoms. The “kidney” system and aging and the brain in Chinese Medicine. Legal and illegal drug use and the affect on the brain. “Kidney deficiency.” “Spleen Qi” deficiency. Phlegm. Damp and blood stasis. Senior moments. Nominative aphasia. Not engaging in mental […]
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Leaky gut, autism, celiac disease, hypertension, menopause, vascular health and more. Balancing Point 8.4.11

Gut health connection to autsim. Concerns about flouride in the water supply. Is leaky gut real?  Celiac disease. High blood pressure readings and white coat hypertension. Chinese herbal medicine and menopause. Hair loss.  Supporting vascular health. Concerns about thrombosis.  Pain in calves after walking, Intermittent claudication.  Pain in legs at night.  Baker’s cyst, bulge behind […]
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The Balancing Point 2.24.11 Heart health, Shoulder pain, Breast health thermagrams, Ulcerative Colitis and more.

High blood pressure, not sleeping well, obesity (likely insulin resistant), history of heart disease in family -where to start, finding the root. Ergonomics and repetitive stress injuries. Shoulder pain, rotator cuff injury. Pneumonia vaccine. Laboratory testing for healthy vitamin D levels. Thermograms to measure blood flow in breast tissue and early detection for tumors.  Breast […]
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The Balancing Point 1.13.11 Anxiety, Herb-Drug Interactions, Muscle Spasm, Uterine Prolapse and more.

Three week detox program.  Young teen with anxiety. Herb and drug interactions and contraindications for St. John’s Wort.  Acupressure points to relieve children’s anxiety. Breathing exercises for anxiety and to lower blood pressure. Herbal treatments and craniosacral to rebalance neurology.  Leg length disparity. Care for athletes and sports injuries.  Medicinal mushrooms.  Finding acupuncture points and […]
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