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Points Newsletter - September 2010

 

Chinese Herbal Medicines for the Common Cold

By Joel Harvey Schreck, L.Ac.

We've all heard it said "We can land spaceships on Mars, but can't even cure the common cold." The cold seems to be a humbling curse that is mankind's burden forever. 

Despite the frustrations of science, some people claim to cure a cold with an amazing variety of stuff like garlic, ginger, zinc, and vitamin C. These never worked for me. I found that once my cold started, I was in for a week of suffering.   More...  

Fall Veggies: Healthy Choices in Season Now

By Dr. Maoshing Ni

Try these four vegetables that are in season in fall and learn some of the many wonderful ways you stand to benefit from incorporating them into your diet.

According to the Five Element theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine, autumn is a time for eating white vegetables. Read on to find the many benefits in store for you this fall when you enjoy its wide selection of seasonal vegetables.  More...

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