Category Archives: Chinese Herbal Medicine

Cold Season Medicine Cabinet

I’m thinking of you, hoping you are enjoying this glorious fall. I want to share with you my favorite combination of natural remedies that I like to have on hand for the cold and flu season. Early treatment boosts your body’s ability to fight the pathogenic invasion (virus), so symptoms resolve more quickly. Here are […]

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Acupuncture Plus & Acupuncture Delux

I have a lot of modalities to choose from and I love doing all the extra fun stuff – Zero Balancing (ZB), moxa, cupping, gua sha. Adding 15 or 30 minutes to a session allows me time to do some ZB or running cupping on your back, or whatever you need. Acupuncture                          $85      50-60 minutes […]

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White Tiger Decoction

Powerful and graceful White Tiger Decoction treats what is known in Chinese medicine as the 4 bigs – big fever, big thirst, big sweat, big pulse – and has its place in the Chinese medicine dispensary as an important emergency formula. Apropos for 2022 – the Year of the Tiger. Gypsum, the main ingredient, is […]

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Cinnamon Twig Formula

Cinnamon Twig Formula, Gui Zhi Tang, is a commonly used formula that is useful for the very initial stages of a cold or flu when there may be mild symptoms such as sneezing, aversion to cold and wind, mild sweating, feeling feverish, lack of thirst or headache. It treats exterior wind cold and harmonizes the […]

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Chinese Herbal Flower Garden

A Monarch butterfly came by as I was taking photos to share with you. I’ve been working on the landscaping around my office all summer and the gardens are looking beautiful. I’ve been planting Chinese herbal medicinal plants, including Peony, Black Cohosh, Skullcap, Wild Rose, Belamcamda and Solomon Seal, which can serve to demonstration the […]

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Important Intake Questions for COVID-19 and/or Flu

Here is a list of symptoms that I will want to know if you (my current client) are looking for treatment for COVID-19 or a serious cold/flu: What symptoms came on at the beginning of this? What symptoms are present now? Body temperature – Do you feel hot or cold, or both alternating? Do you […]

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Chinese Herbal Medicine Consultations

New clients will need to fill in my intake forms and do an online intake, which will take approximately 45-60 minutes. Current clients can schedule online follow-up visits, which will take 15-30 minutes. 15 minutes = $45 30 minutes = $85 45 minutes = $125 60 minutes = $165 Most herbs are 30 cents per […]

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Corona Virus COVID-19, flu, epidemics & Chinese herbal medicine

Chinese medicine has historically proven effective for colds and flues, including epidemics such as SARS and COVID-19. I have been reading what my teachers and colleagues in China and the US have been writing about the presentation and treatment of COVID-19, including cases, and Chinese herbal medicine has clearly been very helpful. A have a […]

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Chinese Herbal Medicine for Immunity and COVID-19 Coronavirus PART II

I have been following case studies of people with COVID-19 and have included one of the articles that I read, written by a doctor who does both western medicine and Chinese herbal medicine in an integrated hospital. He has seen 30 cases of COVID-19 which were treated with both western and Chinese medicine. They found […]

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Chinese Herbal Medicine for Immunity and COVID-19 Coronavirus PART I

I am writing to let you know a few things with regards to COVID-19 and my practice. Firstly, I have Chinese herbal formulas that treat colds and flus as well as herbs for the immune system. I have stocked up on Yin Qiao Jie Du Pian, which is a formula that is commonly used for […]

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