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Home > Points Newsletter > August 2010

Points Newsletter - August 2010

Varicose Veins? Natural Secrets for Restoring Beauty
By Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M., Ph.D.

The bare leg season is now in full swing -- unless varicose veins have you covering up all summer long. Here are natural remedies for those twisty veins that will restore the beauty of your legs and the health of your body, no surgery necessary!

Many women develop noticeable and sometimes painful veins in their legs that resemble twisted rope, called varicose veins. More...

A Healthy Liver
By Edsel Tan, L.Ac.

The largest internal organ in the human body, the liver resides in the upper right quadrant of the abdominal cavity. Its left and right lobes are held in place by strong ligaments. Within each of the lobes are lobules that contain vascular channels called sinusoids through which blood flows. More...

Healing: One mind and Forgiveness
By Jaseng Center of Alternative Medicine

Healing, from the Taoist perspective, is all about "chi," the one life force which flows through everyone and everything. And this chi, Oriental medical doctors have come to realize, is owned and controlled by the mind. Because chi flows from "the source of life", people must not limit themselves in their concept of what healing is. Healing is not simply the process of curing someone who is sick. More...

Neuroprotective Effects of Yi Gan San on MPP+/MPTP-Induced Cytotoxicity
The Effect of Acorus Gramineus (Shi Chang Pu) on the Bioavailabilities and Brain Concentrations of Ginsenosides Rg1, Re and Rb1
  Protective Effect of Smilax Glabra (Tu Fu Ling) Extract Against Lead-Induced Oxidative Stress in Rats

Q: What is a good natural treatment that I can take for oral herpes? 

A: There are some natural substances that you can take to help the symptoms of oral herpes. More commonly known in the United States as lemon balm, Melissa officinalis is widely sold in Europe as a topical cream for the treatment of cold sores. It should be applied at the first sign of blistering. It greatly lessens the duration of the cold sore, bringing relief as quickly as the second day. More...

This Month's Articles

August 2010
Volume 8, Number 8

Varicose Veins? Natural Secrets for Restoring Beauty

A Healthy Liver 

Healing: One mind and Forgiveness

Recent Research

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