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Winter Seasonal Wellness Starts with the Kidney Qi

ORA TEAM - January 23, 2022    According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory, all of nature, including ourselves, are governed by the Five Elements. These elements naturally exist within us and there is a season associated with each one. Each seasonal change affects our health and this transition from...

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What are Zang-Fu Organs?

ORA TEAM - JUNE 30, 2021 Zang-Fu organs and their importance serves as the foundation to Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnosis, physiology, and explains how our body is a connected as a whole.    Each Zang-Fu organ pair is a representation of a Yin organ, associated with a corresponding Yang organ....

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Why men need to think about their kidneys, when it comes to health

ORA TEAM - JUNE 11, 2021 While chronic pain and stress are some of the more common reasons for men to seek acupuncture — sexual health, erectile dysfunction (ED), infertility, and premature hair loss are additional concerns that can see incredible results. This is through a combination of various TCM...

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Traditional Medicine in Modern Chinese Communities

ORA TEAM - APRIL 30, 2021 The history of Traditional Chinese Medicine represents a culmination of thousands of years of Chinese philosophy, spirituality, and seasonal well-being. Originating in Daoism, the ancient Chinese sages rooted TCM beliefs and practices to nature, always believing in following the “Dao” or living with the...

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Celebrating the history of TCM in the US

ORA TEAM - APRIL 24, 2021 While TCM has been studied, practiced, and formally taught in China for over 4000 years, the integration of TCM has ebbed and flowed over the last 200 years in the United States. Acupuncture remained relatively foreign to the US until James Reston, New York...

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