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trigger point referral pain pattern for the knee & lower leg

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Traditional Chinese medicine likes to focus on the balance of Qi. If our Qi is out of wack, then we are either sick, or not feeling up to par. In order to keep a balanced Qi we must eat the correct foods. Foods are essential to living a healthy life. By observing what "temperature" of food you need (depending on your problems) we are able to eradicate what is wrong, and once again get back to a balanced and whole life.

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5 Simple Tinnitus Remedies to Relieve Ringing in the Ears

5 Simple Tinnitus Remedies to Relieve Ringing in the Ears...Taking zinc, ginko biloba & b vitamins will reduce tinnitus.

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Do you wake up every night at the same time? This clock will help you identify why to help you heal. Yes....4:44 am.

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Spleen Chart : Chinese Medicine Living

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HAND REFLEXOLOGY CHARTS - Tips for a good reflexology hand chart!

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The Meridian Organ Clock

The clock of the organs, according to Chinese medicine.

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Vitamins - Food Sources and Benefits. Includes Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K and More | Supplements | Wellness Tips | Health Infographic |

According to Eastern traditions the forces of yin and yang are energetic qualities that shape everything in the universe, including our health. The Chinese symbol for yin is the shady side of a hill, while the symbol for yang is the sunny side. Yin qualities include coolness, dampness, and darkness, relative to the yang qualities of warmth, dryness, and light. This has less to do with the actual temperature or moisture of the food and more to do with its “energetics.”

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How to Release Blocked Emotions with Primal Release Pose

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