Natural D-Hist Natural D-Hist from Ortho Molecular is the ideal solution for allergy sufferers. Unlike other over-the-counter products which only mask symptoms, Natural D-Hist provides support to sinus and nasal passage tissues to help inhibit the bodys allergy defense mechanisms. Quercetin – a powerful natural flavonoid that has been shown to inhibit certain compounds that … Continue reading Spring time means Allergies and Sinuses…Come in and get your D-Hist and Rootology Breathe Free! We carry both!
Researchers confirm that acupuncture is more effective than two drugs (ibuprofen and diclofenac) for long-term relief of knee osteoarthritis pain, inflammation, and motor impairment. In one investigation, acupuncture plus herbal medicine outperformed acupuncture plus ibuprofen for pain relief. In another independent investigation, acupuncture outperformed diclofenac for relief of pain, inflammation, and motor impairment due to … Continue reading Acupuncture for knee pain
Free 1 hour class on the usefulness of Chinese medicine in helping most Women’s Health conditions. April 9th at 7 pm
In traditional Chinese medicine, it is thought that wind brings with it the viruses and allergies that we all suffer. These often enter through two acupoints on the back of the neck, called Wind Gate. you can find these points by going from the center of your neck, at the top, just under the occiput, … Continue reading Spring Brings Wind
New research from Rutgers University Medical School shows electroacupuncture reduces inflammation and sepsis in patients
New research in China shows acupuncture affects specific cells in the brain that can be related to depression.
Australian acupuncturist reports on his experience of treating a variety of common ailments with acupuncture and herbs.
New research from China shows gold needles work better than stainless, and stainless needles work better than just skin stimulation in reducing the brain’s global pain perception.
New research in the field of gastroenterology is showing that there is a close relationship between the function of the brain and the gastrointestinal physiology including the nerves that control the gut. When the brain does not send proper signals to the gut, the gut can develop many disorders, including larger than normal spaces between … Continue reading New evidence points to intestinal “leaky-ness” as root of many illnesses including mental health problems and allergies
Summer gut bugs are causing diarrhea and cramps. These may or may not be from cyclospora. Either way, acupuncture and herbs can kill the microbes and assist with cramping pain and diarrhea. Instructions for how to wash veges and fruit are included here.