Tag Archives: menstrual pain

Gynecology and the Female Hormone System. Balancing Point 6.11.12

Chinese Medicine overview of gynecology and the female hormonal system. Pain during menstruation. Endometriosis. Fibroids. Uterine myomas. Headaches. Menstrual cramps. Missed periods. Excessive periods. Breast tenderness. Acne. Fertility and infertility. Breast cancer. Estrogen dominance. PCOS. Ovarian cysts. Menopause. Sun Si-miao: “I would rather treat ten men than one woman.” Nature’s cycles and hormone levels. Benefits of […]
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Hangovers. Womens health. Cancer. Balancing Point 1.2.12

Herbal formula for “Liquor damage” and hangovers. Two herbal formulas to have on hand. What TCM can offer for women’s health, fertility, menopause, PCOS, estrogen dominance, painful menstruation, PMS. Qualifications for treating women’s health. Second Spring, the time of menopause. Dispelling common healthcare myths. Using Traditional Chinese Medicine as an adjunctive therapy with cancer and […]
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Moxa. Soy. Allergies. Mushrooms. Lung Health. Balancing Point 10.13.11

Healthcare freedom. Benefits of moxa (Chinese mugwort herb) and moxabustion therapy to stimulate acupuncture points and help to resolve cold weather issues, fatigue, menstrual pain, insomnia and improve constitutional strength.  “Always keep Zusanli wet.”  Access to nutritional supplements. Tui na massage.   Soy. Allergy shiners: dark circles around the eyes. Difficulty burping. Benefits of baking soda.  […]
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Womens Health 101: Puberty to Menopause. Balancing Point 8.8.11

This show is an in-depth look at women’s health from puberty through menopause.  Menstrual disorders. PMS, painful periods, breast tenderness, cramps, mood swings. Reproductive cancers.  HPV. Concerns about too much estrogen for men and women, breast cancer and prostate cancer.  Estrogen dominance, xenoestrogens and phytoestrogens.  Traditional Chinese medical view of the menstrual cycle and fertility.  […]
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Pain 101. Balancing Point 5.30.11

Pain 101. What is pain. WHO recommends acupuncture for pain syndromes: arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue, colitis, dental pain, eye pain, facial pain, facial palsy, fibromyalgia,  headache, irritable bowel syndrome, low back pain, menstrual pain, migraine pain, osteoarthritis, PMS, breast tenderness, sciatica, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, tonsillitis, tooth pain, trigeminal neuralgia, wrist pain.  Mainstream […]
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