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For all of you Yuxiang Wang fans out there, we are now blogging far more frequently through our sister company, CGICM. Click here for our new blog location!
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Hello! We are updating more regularly at our sister locations website, CGICM. Here is a link to our upcoming classes and lectures!
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The Interaction between Kidney Qi, Tiangui, and the Chong Meridian in Menstrual Physiology
Author: Yuxiang Wang This paper is a study on the theory of menstrual physiology in Chinese medicine. The author advances the theory that menstrual physiology relies on the Qihua (Qi activity for the transformation of material) of Kidney which is … Continue reading
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4th Conference of the TCM Gynecology Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies
On July 23rd and 24th, 2011, over 200 practitioners from around the world attended the 4th Conference of the TCM Gynecology Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine in Yantai City in Shandong Province, China. Close to 150 papers … Continue reading
Chinese Medicine treatment for pediatric diseases
Pediatrics of TCM studies the growing of children and prevention and treatment of infants and children’s diseases. The treatment of children has undergone evolutionary changes in Chinese medicine. Chinese pediatric dates back several thousand years. Pediatric treatment was mentioned in … Continue reading
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Chinese herb treatment of perimenopausal syndrome
Chinese herb treatment of perimenopausal syndrome Section one The approach of perimenopausal treatment in Chinese medicine a. Popular traditional herb formula • Nourish Kidney Yin: Er Zhi Wan; Liu Wei Di Huang Wan; Zuo Gui Yin; Zuo Gui Wan. • … Continue reading
Acupuncture Treatment for Perimenopausal Syndrome
Extract The author provides a new acupuncture treatment protocol for perimenopausal syndrome. The protocol functions to regulate Yin and Yang and to nourish Qi and blood by focusing on the points of Ren, the Du meridians, and the points of … Continue reading
HANDBOOK OF PEDIATRIC CHINESE DIETARY THERAPY
With this introduction to Chinese dietary therapy for treating pediatric diseases and conditions, the author makes the therapeutic recipes behind Chinese medicine accessible to Western practitioners and families. The book comprehensively describes the concepts behind Chinese dietetic theory and explains … Continue reading
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A Healthy Body for Spring
Prepare your body for spring with help from theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine! Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival, will fall on January 29 this year, hearkening the return of the spring season. In the Chinese lunar calendar, … Continue reading
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