Chinese medicine has a wealth of food knowledge to prepare for the coming change that autumn brings.
The best place to start with wellness is building up your immune system. Hydration is an important part of good immunity.
Yang Sheng is the ancient Chinese medicine practice of what we now call wellness, self care or preventative medicine. Here’s how you can start.
Acupuncture is usually not a one shot wonder – it takes time, but over time you can usually heal. Here is how we approach it.
Excess and even moderate consumption of alcohol can cause nagging health problems and long term damage. Find out how and what Chinese medicine can do to help.
There is a possibility that you have been putting up with bloating, diarrhoea, constipation, nausea and belly pain for longer than you would like. Why not get it sorted? Chinese medicine can help.
When it feels like you are losing your mind, remember to breathe and reduce anxiety. Here are a couple of techniques you can use.
2020 is a dynamic year according to the Chinese calendar. Not only is it the first year of a 12 year cycle, but the beginning of a new 60 year period (and, a new decade on our own calendar). This means that there are so many new possibilities and new beginnings.
Summer is here – and as you hit the beach, enjoy the heat and all things summer, Chinese medicine has some great tips for staying healthy