Points Newsletter - October 2010


Chinese Herbs for Acne

Chinese Herbs for AcneBy Joel Harvey Schreck, L.Ac.

While studying my face in the mirror this morning I was forced to recall a painful old memory. A tender red spot on the outer edge of my nostril was growing. It was a prominent zit forming in an old familiar place; and with it came memories of being fifteen, and what a hard time that was for me. Throughout my teenage years, I struggled with a bad case of acne. Itís too bad that back then I didnít know anything about using Chinese herbs. More...  

Rejuvenation for Boomers: Restore Energy and Regain Your Youthful Glow

Rejuvenation for BoomersBy Dr. Maoshing Ni

"Aging gracefully" is a euphemism for getting old naturally: Gray hair, sagging skin, lost muscle tone, and sinking energy levels are what usually come to mind. Here are some tips for aging naturally that defy the usual expectations! Invigorate your energy, regain your youthful glow, and encourage cell rejuvenation with these 4 tips. More...

Meridian Lines: Pathways to Prevention

Meridian LinesBy Jaseng Center for Alternative Medicine 

The meridian lines in the body are the main pathways through which chi, or life force energy, moves and flows. In fact, all of nature, including humanity, is dependent upon this vital force.

When chi is flowing smoothly, all of life's processes operate rhythmically and harmoniously. Therefore, in Oriental medicine, sustaining this pure chi energy is more important than anything else in order to keep the body strong and healthy. Our body has three major systems: the circulatory, nervous and meridian systems. More...


Recent Research

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Electroacupuncture Enhances Cell Proliferation and Neuronal Differentiation in Young Rat Brains

The Mechanisms of Action of Tianhua on Antitumor Activity in Lung Cancer Cells

Acupuncture Therapy for Apoplectic Aphasia

Ask Dr. MaoQ: Are there any natural cures for impotence?

A: The results of a study have shown that DHEA taken daily can significantly improve sexual performance.

L-arginine has also been shown to improve sexual performance in men with problems developing erections.

A slight amount of research suggests that ginkgo may be useful for impotence due to poor blood circulation and that also useful in reversing the impotence caused by certain types of antidepressant medications. More...

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