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Home > Points Newsletter > July 2009

Points Newsletter - July 2009

8 Common Healing Herbs8 Commonly Used Herbs and their Healing Properties
By Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M., ABAAHP, Ph.D.

Herbs have been part of every culture and medical tradition since the earliest humans walked the earth for treatment of everything from colds to digestive issues to depression. You may be surprised to learn that the herbs you have been regularly using to infuse your food with appetizing flavors also have amazing healing abilities. More...

5 Acupuncture Practice TipsTop 5 Tips to Keep Your Acupuncture Practice Thriving During the Recession
By Michael Arnold, L.Ac.

With all the financial doom and gloom out there itís easy to get worried about the impact of the recession on your practice. This article covers some of the best strategies to beat the recession and ensure a constant stream of clients coming into your clinic. I have personally used these techniques to ensure my own acupuncture clinic has stayed thriving. I have also taught many others how to do the same. The strategies work whether you are just starting out in practice or if you are well established. More...

Wu Zhu YuEvodia Fruit - Wu Zhu Yu
By Lisa M. Miller, L.Ac.

The pungent, bitter, and hot Wu Zhu Yu is a powerful herb in the Chinese herbal pharmacopoeia. It is the small, reddish-brown fruit from the Evodia tree, which is native to parts of China and Korea. Traditionally, Wu Zhu Yu is used for its warming effects, its pain-relieving effects, and its qi-lowering capability. More...


Apoptosis of Human Stomach SGC-7901 Cells Induced by Extracts of Solanum Lyratum (Bai Ying) 

Antioxidant Herb Pairs

Synergistic Antioxidant Activities of Eight Traditional Chinese Herb Pairs 

Anti-Fibrotic Herbs

In Vitro Anti-Fibrotic Activities of Herbal Compounds and Herbs 


Q: What can I do to cure my migraine headaches?

A: Migraines are a complex pathology involving many etiologies. I would first suggest a thorough neurological examination to rule out serious conditions, and then I would suggest you check your liver function, as there has been links between migraines and liver pathologies. From a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) perspective, migraines are due to an imbalance of liver function and neurological deficiencies. More...

This Month's Articles

July 2009
Volume 7, Number 7

8 Commonly Used Herbs and their Healing Properties

Top 5 Tips to Keep Your Acupuncture Practice Thriving During the Recession

Evodia Fruit - Wu Zhu Yu

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