Acupuncture Points News Blog

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About 'Acupuncture Points News Blog' Channel

The Acupuncture Points Blog keeps you up to date with our latest thoughts, and all additions and changes to acupuncture-...

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Nov 2, Stomach functions in TCM

[...] In Chinese medicine, how important is your Stomach energy? [...]

Nov 19, Wind-Cold

[...] Wind-Cold brings two major causes of disease together, making lots of misery. Fortunately, Chinese medicine has answers. [...]

Jan 20, Balancing Yin and Yang

[...] At heart, Chinese medicine is all about balancing Yin and Yang. Get that straight and the rest follows. [...]

Feb 12, 8 Principles, Eight Principles

[...] 8 Principles to understand your illness and what to do about it. 3000 years of Chinese medicine wrapped up in a set of four simple ideas. [...]

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