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July newsletter about pulse balancing

UPDATE ON THE CLINICAL PRACTICE of MICHELE SALINAS To all of my patients whom I have had the opportunity of serving with Chinese herbal medicine in the past 20 years.   To me it feels like a long time of service as I reflect upon it.   Yet this special clinical time has passed by so…

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REVOLUTION?

  When I was in college in my early 20’s I had the life-changing opportunity to go to a post-revolution society.  I did this through winning a scholarship–partly due to scholastic achievement, partly because I was a nursing student interested in practicing in Latin America, and partly because I am half Hispanic.   And so…

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The Treatment of Depression

THE TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION The treatment of depression can be a difficult,, sad and lonely journey for the one who suffers from it.  It is also both frustrating and heart wrenching for loved ones, family, friends, and health care providers.  Pharmaceutics may work for some, yet do not work for others.  Side effects of these…

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The 48 Hour Flu

The man came to Lotus Center for help because he was coughing, had chills, cold feet (this is rare for him), body aches, fatigue, no appetite, neck ache, and a headache.  His pulse was “full and slippery”, and also “floating in the lung position”, slightly “tight”.  I deciphered these diagnostic clues (which may seem like…

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The Art of Chinese Medicine: Anecdotes from Lotus Center

The patient is an amiable professional female.  She comes to me because she is having a flare-up of her allergies, which can settle in her sinuses and ears.  She is coming to me early, because she knows that is the best time for intervention.  I check her pulse.  That is what we do as part…

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Fourteen Healthy Habits

1.) Purify the mind of worries, and the heart of divisions, greed, and anger. 2.) Open the windows of the buildings where you live and work (even a little). 3.) Eat that which comes from the earth; avoid that which comes from a laboratory while eating only as much to live. 4.) Eat Congee. 5.)…

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Treating Your Cough

Lotus Center can effectively treat your cough!   Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine began over 2,000 years ago.  Since that time, there have been centuries of clinical experience in effective treatment for cough.  This article will look at the treatment of acute cough.   At the initial stage of getting sick, we can feel sniffles, achy,…

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Shoni Shin for Children

Shoni Shin is a sophisticated Oriental Medicine technique used to activate children’s meridian qi flow system to improve their health.  This technique was developed in Japan in the 1700’s as a way to give healthcare to children and has been used in hospitals and health care settings ever since.   Children love Shoni Shin.  It…

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Homemade Sauerkraut & Lacto-fermented Veggies

SAUERKRAUT 101 3/30/13 @ 2pm Learn step-by-step instructions on how to safely make your own sauerkraut at home! We’ll talk about why lacto-fermented veggies are so healthy & you’ll taste samples, & participate in the process. Great for those who: ~want to learn a DIY skill in the kitchen ~suffer from low-immunity or gut issues…

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Breathe Your Way Through

by Kammaleathahh Livingstone, LMBT NC #4044 Breathing is rich with meaning, integrated into everything we do, feel, and think. Multiple traditions tout it as the fundamental tool for quieting the mind, and keeping the body vital and vibrant. As many say: The Breathe – sits right on the point between voluntary and involuntary patterns of…

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