01 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Classical Chinese Medicine vs TCM

CLASSICAL CHINESE MEDICINE versus Traditional Chinese Medicine by Heiner Fruehauf, PhD, LAc Perspectives On “TCM” and Classical Chinese Medicine – A Comparative Outlook It has been the main purpose of this article to characterize the framework of “TCM,” a system which presently is the standard model of Chinese medicine in mainland China, and which increasingly […]

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07 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Anti-angiogenesis to Treat Cancer

“Cancer is no longer a “death sentence” and can be cured naturally without the killing sideeffects of cytotoxic chemotherapy, surgery or radiation.” – Excerpts from Introduction, page 6, The Cure & Cause of Cancer The important cancer cure word – Angiogenesis – is elaborated by Dr. Marc S Micozzi, MD, PhD, a National Cancer Institute’s […]

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01 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

What is Functional Medicine?

“Functional Medicine is a true combination of Chinese Medicine, Western Medicine and scientific research. It combines the philosophy of balance and how to restore function from Chinese Medicine and the knowledge of biochemistry and physiology of Western Medicine with the latest scientific research about how our genetics, environment and lifestyle all interact with each other. […]

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03 March 2012 ~ Comments Off on Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and Its Classical Chinese Medical Aspects

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and Its Classical Chinese Medical Aspects

Most people in the West think of Emotional Freedom Techique as a disciplined practice of tapping acupuncture points and set-up phrases intermixed with western energy psychology and are not aware of its deeper Classical Chinese medical aspects which this article will hopefully elaborate. Eastern and western health philosophy differ in the way the two systems […]

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26 February 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Qigong is the Pillar of Classical Chinese Medicine

Qi is the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which includes acupuncture, herbology, massage and Qigong as taught by my classical Chinese medicine teacher Dr. Kok Yuen Leung and practiced clinically at the Hangzhou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China where I had my TCM internship in 1993. Historically, Qigong is both the Mother/Father of […]

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