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Ep.25 Coffee and Chai Tea (Milwaukee Acupuncture & Holistic Health Associates

http://www.holisticacupuncture.net Is coffee really good for you? Here, Curry explains our viewpoint on coffee and what you should drink instead.

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http://holisticacupuncture.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/coffeeNewsletter.pdf
http://holisticacupuncture.net/newsletters/the-thyroid-story.pdf
http://holisticacupuncture.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/chai-tea.pdf
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Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Eczema: Intestine 11

Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Eczema: Intestine 11

To treat the itchy sensation of eczema acupuncture often suggests the intestine 11 point. Learn more about using the intestine 11 acupuncture point to treat eczema withtips from a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner in this free video on eczema treatments. Expert: LI Zheng Bio: Li Zheng is a graduate of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. She got a Ph.D. in biomedical science from the Medical College of Ohio and was a researcher trained at MGH and Harvard Medical School. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

Acupuncture & Rashes – Dr. Mark – Naturopathic Doctor – Denver, CO 80224

Acupuncture & Rashes - Dr. Mark - Naturopathic Doctor - Denver, CO 80224

Your Healing Place – www.YourHealingPlace.com – 303.636.0000 Your Healing Place is a 100% “Eco-Friendly” facility that offers comprehensive, natural health and wellness services for men, women, and children. Healing With Acupuncture with Dr. Mark Carney: Acupuncture & Rashes Hi, I’m Dr. Mark Carney. I’m a naturopathic doctor and an acupuncturist with a family practice in Denver, Colorado called Your Healing Place. People often ask, “What is acupuncture?” Acupuncture is one part of Chinese medicine. Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. Acupuncture is based on the concept of Qi and Qi means energy. The Qi is flowing through our body in rivers that are called meridians in Chinese medicine. Basically, what acupuncture is doing is inserting needles at different points of these meridians to flip open and closed valves to regulate the flow of the energy of the Qi. The acupuncture needles are so tiny that they are bendable. They are almost the thickness of a human hair. So that’s acupuncture. Let’s talk about rashes. Rashes can be caused by the immune system, certainly are a sign of inflammation that’s happening in the body, and there are many triggers, including stress. There can also be food triggers, the digestive system is also critically involved with the skin, and there are also topical triggers such as metals or certain soaps, shampoos, laundry detergents and many other topical items. When we use acupuncture to treat rashes, it’s less important what the

Denver Acupuncturist – Acupuncture for Allergies – Dr. Mark Carney – Denver, CO 80224

Your Healing Place Denver – www.yourhealingplace.com – 303.636.0000 Healing With Acupuncture with Dr. Mark Carney Acupuncture & Allergies Hi, I’m Dr. Mark Carney. I’m a naturopathic doctor and an acupuncturist with a family practice in Denver, Colorado called Your Healing Place. People often ask, “What is acupuncture?” Acupuncture is one part of Chinese medicine. Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. Acupuncture is based on the concept of Qi and Qi means energy. The Qi is flowing through our body in rivers that are called meridians in Chinese medicine, and these meridians are mapped out all throughout our body. They flow on the top of our head, on the bottom of our feet. Basically, what acupuncture is doing is inserting needles at different points of these meridians to flip open and closed valves to regulate the flow of the energy, of the Qi. Just like rivers out in nature, if a tree falls down and blocks that river, things that depend on that water that are downstream from that would start to get impaired function because they’re not getting the water supply. So things that are downstream from the blockages of Qi in our body also get an impairment in function. Acupuncture Keeps the Rivers of Energy Open If the rivers of energy that are flowing to our eyes get impaired flow, then we can get macular degeneration or blurred vision, or if the rivers that flow to our head get impaired, then we can get depression or anxiety, or insomnia. So that’s acupuncture
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Acupuncture & Sinusitis – Dr. Mark Carney – Naturopathic Doctor – Denver, CO 80224

Your Healing Place – www.YourHealingPlace.com – 303.636.0000 Your Healing Place is a 100% “Eco-Friendly” facility that offers comprehensive, natural health and wellness services for men, women, and children. Healing With Acupuncture with Dr. Mark Carney: Acupuncture & Sinusitis Hi, I’m Dr. Mark Carney. I’m a naturopathic doctor and an acupuncturist with a family practice in Denver, Colorado called Your Healing Place. People often ask, “What is acupuncture?” Acupuncture is one part of Chinese medicine. Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. Acupuncture is based on the concept of Qi and Qi means energy. The Qi is flowing through our body in rivers that are called meridians in Chinese medicine. Basically, what acupuncture is doing is inserting needles at different points of these meridians to flip open and closed valves to regulate the flow of the energy of the Qi. The acupuncture needles are so tiny that they are bendable. They are almost the thickness of a human hair. So that’s acupuncture. Let’s talk about acupuncture and sinusitis. Sinusitis is inflammation of the sinuses. They can get inflamed, swollen and painful. There is a sense of pressure. It can cause headaches or radiate into the ear and cause ear pain. It can cause post-nasal drip, which then can cause coughing. So sinusitis is a very serious and common condition. Some common causes of sinusitis include food allergies, airborne allergies, and also, in some particular cases, a person has an
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