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Home > Points Newsletter > November 2008

Points Newsletter - November 2008


Baihui & Fengchi - Top Points at the Top of the Body
By Daoshing Ni, D.O.M, L.Ac., Ph.D, Dipl.C.H.

Frequently during your acupuncture treatments, your acupuncturist will place these ever so tiny needles on top of your head. They are virtually pain-free and at times they give a very nice calming feeling throughout the whole body. What are these points and what are they for?
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Top 5 Foods for Lowering Cholesterol
By Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M., Ph.D.

Have you ever witnessed someone eating one of those fast food meals with a triple-burger sandwich, an extra-large order of French fries, and an even larger serving of soda and reflected - either to yourself or out loud - on how you could "hear their arteries clogging?"
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Rou Cong Rong Herba Cistanche
By Lisa M. Miller, L.Ac.

When I was studying acupuncture, one of my favorite things to do was to sneak a piece of Rou Cong Rong from the herbal pharmacy at my school. While many of my fellow students snacked on the usual suspects - Gou Qi Zi or Long Yan Rou, it was the chewy sweet taste of Rou Con Rong that I always pined for. More...

RECENT RESEARCH

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ASK THE DOCTOR

Q: I have eczema over most of my body. I have taken many antibiotics and steroids. How can I restore balance to my body and heal the eczema?

A: Skin conditions are often the result of internal clogging of toxins. Through diet, herbal protocols, an lifestyle changes, you will be able to balance your body and improve your skin... More...

This Month's Articles

November 2008
Volume 6, Number 11

Baihui & Fengchi - Top Points at the Top of the Body

Top 5 Foods for Lowering Cholesterol

Rou Cong Rong Herba Cistanche

Recent Research

Ask The Doctor

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