Common signs of Liver Qi and Gall-Bladder imbalance

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Common signs of Liver Qi and Gall-Bladder imbalance   Mental-Emotional Irritability, impatience, rudeness, temper tantrums, mood swings, depression, lack of hope, timidity or lacking personal confidence, nervousness and too much planning with not enough doing. Head and face Headaches and migraines, allergies, facial tics, muscular tensions and spasms, red, itchy …

The Sring According to Chinese Medicine

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Happy spring-time! Just a few words about the spring season according to Chinese medicine. The spring is a time of upward and expansive movement of creativity, planning a brighter future, vision and perspective; our goal as always, is to harmonize ourselves with the movement of the prevailing season. According to …

Spring Dietary Guideline

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Foods we should eat during the spring Foods with sour, sweet and pungent properties should be eaten during the spring. According to Chinese medicine, the sour flavour activates and increases the function of both the Liver and the Gall-Bladder, the sweet flavour nourishes us and the pungent flavour creates an …

Winter Dietary Principles

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Basic Dietary Principles for Winter According to Chinese Medicine As in every season, we seek to harmonize ourselves with the prevailing movement and quality of the climate. In essence, we seek to eat as regionally as possible so that we are in tune with Mother Earth. Mother Earth always provides …

Winter Energetics According to Chinese Medicine

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Here’s a brief nutshell account about the energetic of winter according to wisdom Chinese Medicine. The winter months are resonant with the Water Element-the Kidney, the Bladder, the Adrenal glands and one’s Essence. These organs are the very foundation upon which all physical energy rests as well as the protection …