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Home > Points Newsletter > June 2010

Points Newsletter - June 2010

MoxibustionMoxibustion Medical Therapy: Warming the Channels

The Chinese medical therapy called moxibustion warms areas of the body and can penetrate to the muscles, tendons and bones. Moxibustion helps to relieve pain, stimulate blood circulation, relax muscles, and induce a healthier flow of chi, or energy. By warming and opening the channels and collaterals, it assists the bodyís natural healing processes. More...

Yin and YangOriental Philosophy of Yin and Yang

Ancient Oriental philosophers used the concept of "yin and yang" in order to perceive all natural phenomena and express their properties. This main idea has carried over into the Oriental philosophy of modern society. Yin originally meant the shady side of a hill. It represents darkness and passivity, and is associated with the qualities of yielding, softness and contraction. It moves downward and inward, and its primary symbols are women, water and earth. More...

Acupuncture MarketingAcupuncture Marketing: Do You Make These 4 Critical Email Marketing Mistakes?
By Carlos Redlich

A lot of acupuncturists who decide to try out Email marketing make the deadly mistake of believing any kind of Email marketing is beneficial. This simply just isnít true. There are a few key mistakes acupuncturists do when setting up the Email marketing campaign. More...

Electroacupuncture Reduces Neuroinflammatory Responses in Symptomatic Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Model
Effect of Penetrative Needling of Otopoints Combined with Body Acupuncture on Limb Myodynamia and Neurofunction in Patients with Acute Cerebral Infarction
Galangin, a Flavonol Derived from Rhizoma Alpiniae Officinarum (Gao Liang Jiang), Inhibits Acetylcholinesterase Activity in Vitro

Q: The skin on my body is very dry. It itches all winter. Most moisturizers don't do the trick. What will keep me from being so itchy? 

A: If you do not have eczema or psoriasis (chronic skin conditions with rashes and very dry scaly skin), you may have a fluid deficiency that can cause your skin to be dry. One suggestion is to be sure that you are getting your proper vitamin intake including vitamin B and E. More...

This Month's Articles

June 2010
Volume 8, Number 6

Moxibustion Medical Therapy: Warming the Channels

Oriental Philosophy of Yin and Yang 

Acupuncture Marketing

Recent Research

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