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Science Finally Proves Meridians Exist!

Feb 23, 2017
Science Finally Proves Meridians Exist!

Dear friends, I have been a fan of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), especially acupuncture, for quite some time now. During my time in Malaysia, I have met a few TCM doctors specializing in acupuncture who have been very helpful and skilled in treating various ailments, from swellings to joint pains, muscular aches, headaches, migraines,...

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The 55 Best Herbal Remedies

Jun 8, 2013
The 55 Best Herbal Remedies

Below are 55 different herbal remedies... I found this interesting article and I wanted to share it with all of you... Many of the herbs used are easily available for purchase in your local markets.

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