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Herbology

is the preparation and use all natural plants and minerals as prescriptive medicine. Traditional Chinese herbology treats many disorders and diseases. Like foods, herbs affect blood and qi disorders through nourishment and assimilation.

Auricular Acupuncture

(ear points), is used with body acupuncture as a means of drug and alcohol detoxification amid withdrawal, weight control and relaxation promotion.

Moxibustion

closely related to and often practiced with acupuncture, is the local and focused application of heat to acupoints using a compressed, powdered substance (moxa), which is heated near the acupoints stimulated to increase blood circulation.

Tuina

is traditional Chinese soft tissue massage and structural adjustment to treat injury, deformity and chronic muscle disorder. This approach treats tissues, bones, ligaments and tendons to enhance and regulate the flow of qi, blood and fluids in the body.

Cupping

is a technique that is especially useful in the treatment of problems of local qi, or blood stagnation in the channels, and is usually performed as an alternative to acupuncture.

Dietary Medicine

is a strong method of self-treatment handed down in China. The TCM doctor, recommends an energetically balanced diet to treat disharmonies and particularly many diseases in the digestive system.