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February 4, 2015

Take the plunge and find out what shape your Water Element is in.

 

According to Chinese medicine, there are five aspects to our mental-emotional world. These are often called the Five Elements. Each Element influences how we think, feel and relate to the world in a diff...

February 4, 2015

 

The weather has turned bitterly cold. Fortunately, Chinese medicine grew up in places with some of the bitterest winters imaginable and has great dietary advice to help us cope with the cold.

 

Eat your food hot and cooked

If your food is cold or raw, your body has to he...

February 4, 2015

 

According to Chinese medicine, hibernation, exercise and soup could be the solution to the winter blues. Let me explain…

 

Hibernate

According to Chinese medicine, winter is the time when we should withdraw into ourselves, allowing our deepest inner reserves to coalesce...

February 4, 2015

 

Years ago, I went to see my GP for help with anxiety. Three things stand out in my memory of that day: 1) how stressed my GP looked, 2) how little he knew about me and my situation before prescribing Citalopram, and 3) feeling like I had “mad” scrawled across my fo...

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