Tag Archives: wind

Autoimmune and Inflammation. Balancing Point 4.2.12

Autoimmune and inflammatory diseases on the rise. “Autogens”. Pathogenesis, toxic environmental factors. Diet and lifestyle. Behcet’s disease and cow’s milk proteins. Translating TCM terminology “wind, damp-heat & phlegm.”  Herbal medicine and classical formulas for autoimmune disorders and inflammation, i.e. systemic lupus, MS, ALS, collagen diseases, kidney damage, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren’s syndrome, anti-baterial, anti-viral, respiratory tract support, […]
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Styles of Chinese Medicine, herbal safety concerns, depression and more. Balancing Point 12.8.11

Heat-wind condition.  Different styles of Traditional Chinese Medicine: “External turn to Zhang, Internal turn to Li.”  Science and magic. Concerns about Chinese herbal safety. Orthomolecular medicine article on evidence based medicine.  Calcium intake considerations. Help for dry eyes. Research design. Simple treatment for depression. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live […]
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Coughs, Colds and Flus. Balancing Point 12.5.11

  Traditional Chinese Medicine and coughs, colds and flus.  Herbal formulas for viral infections.    How to treat the different stages of the colds and flus.  When to seek help, when to self treat. Different types of coughs. Fever, chills, headache, stuffy nose, white tongue coating. Sore throat, yellow tongue coating. Itchy dry throat, red tongue […]
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Chinese medicine terminology explained. Anemia. Milk and more. Balancing Point 6.16.11

The language of Chinese medicine arising from the context of the natural world. Pathogenic damp, wind invasions, bi syndrome, impediment conditions.  Different types of arthritis. Treating damp conditions. Spleen dampness and kidney deficiency. Difficulty tolerating heat. Lab test review.  Vitamin B-12 deficiency, macrocytic anemia, large red cells, pernicious anemia. Resistant bacteria.  Milk.  Explosion of biomedical […]
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