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  • Best Chinese Herbs for Adrenal Fatigue

    Best Chinese Herbs for Adrenal Fatigue

    These days, trying to stay on top of a successful career, a clean home, a vibrant social life, and healthy habits can feel impossible. We burn the candle at both ends to try to have it all, which leaves many of us feeling burned out. As a result, conditions like adrenal fatigue are skyrocketing. Feeling…

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  • The Best Chinese Herbs for Gout

    The Best Chinese Herbs for Gout

    Gout, a painful form of arthritis, is becoming increasingly common worldwide. In fact, over 8.3 million Americans suffer from this burning toe pain every year. Thankfully, Chinese herbs for gout offer a safe and natural way to ease the pain. The usual treatments for gout often involve medications, which can have side effects and don’t…

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  • The Best Chinese Herbs for Stress Relief

    The Best Chinese Herbs for Stress Relief

    According to the American Institute of Stress, 94% of Americans claim to experience chronic stress. Can Chinese herbs for stress help with this overwhelming epidemic? From work deadlines to family commitments to financial challenges, stress seeps into our daily lives from all angles. While triggers can span from mild issues like your traffic-heavy commute to…

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  • The Best Chinese Herbs for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

    The Best Chinese Herbs for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

    Stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhea, oh my! These may sound like the symptoms of a stomach bug, but for the 45 million Americans who struggle with IBS, they are a common part of daily life. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is more than just occasional digestive discomfort. It is a chronic condition that can significantly impact your…

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  • Best Chinese Herbs for Inflammation

    Best Chinese Herbs for Inflammation

    When pain, infections, or chronic diseases start to interfere with your daily life, it’s time to try Chinese herbs for inflammation. Inflammation is at the root of many health issues. While inflammation is meant to help the body overcome illness and fight disease, too much inflammation can harm the body and prevent healing. Here you’ll…

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  • The Best Chinese Herbs for Diabetes and Blood Sugar Management

    The Best Chinese Herbs for Diabetes and Blood Sugar Management

    Today, nearly 40 million Americans struggle with diabetes – a number that grows each year. With diabetes on the rise, many people are looking for safe and natural ways to complement their diabetes treatment and keep blood sugar balanced. If that’s you (or you want to prevent diabetes), Chinese herbs for blood sugar control might…

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  • Trouble Below – Healing Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) with Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Trouble Below – Healing Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) with Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Burning, irritating, painful urination is one thing we could all live without. Unfortunately, these symptoms and their main cause – Urinary Tract Infections – are extremely common. It is estimated that 50-60% of women will experience at least one UTI in her life. Men experience UTIs as well, especially after age 50. Western medicine offers some help in the form of antibiotics. Home remedies…

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  • Treating Tinnitus with Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Treating Tinnitus with Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Experiencing unpleasant ringing in your ears? You may be suffering from tinnitus. If you’ve ever experienced unwelcome noises in your ears that persist – ringing, whooshing, hissing, rumbling, roaring, clicking, buzzing – for short term or long periods of time, you may be one of the 10-20% of Americans experiencing the phenomenon known as tinnitus. Long referred…

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  • How to Treat Itchy Skin, Allergies, and Sore Throats with Chinese Herbal Medicine

    How to Treat Itchy Skin, Allergies, and Sore Throats with Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Spring is in the air! If you suffer from respiratory or skin conditions, you may already feel it. Spring tends to stir up pesky issues like allergies, sore throats, or eczema. Aside from the typical warmer weather and higher pollen counts, other factors may be at play. Here’s the good news: spring symptoms like these…

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