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James R. Coffey has written 3 Asian & Chinese Medicine articles, has received +27 recommendations and is currently the #6 ranked expert in this subject.
Here are James R. Coffey's articles in Asian & Chinese Medicine:
Fenugreek is a handy cure for many common illnesses. It has been an important ingredient in Ayurvedic and Siddha medicines. It is used as a general tonic in South India.
Published by +Paulose 91 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +15 votes | 6 comments
Documented use of Reishi in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine can be dated to 2000 BCE, especially regarding the treatment of hepatopathy (diseased liver), chronic hepatitis, nephritis, hypertension, arthritis, insomnia, bronchitis, asthma, and gastric ulcers. Even today, Chinese and Japanese people travel great distances to acquire it for treating hepatitis, insomnia, and other conditions.
Published by James R. Coffey 91 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +7 votes | 4 comments
Historic documents relate the use of the shiitake mushroom in ancient China to the 1st century BCE, where it was referred to as “ko-ko” and “hoang-mo,” and is believed to have been cultivated since that time. Today, shiitake is prescribed for many diseases involving compromised immune function including cancer, AIDS, environmental allergies, Candida infections, and abnormal frequency of flu and colds, and also seem to be beneficial for soothing bronchial inflammation related to ...
Published by James R. Coffey 91 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +11 votes | 13 comments
Since first introduced to the Western world in the mid-1800s, the logic and scientific basis for acupuncture has escaped Western sensibilities, and has led to the wide-spread belief that acupuncture is rooted in ancient superstition and has no scientific basis. As modern science has proven, nothing could be further from the truth.
Published by James R. Coffey 92 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +9 votes | 0 comments
Ganoderma Lucidum has been considered the ultimate herbal substance in the eastern world. Lingzhi or Ganoderma Lucidum has been listed in the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia and Therapeutic Compendium.
Published by mdlawyer 94 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +1 votes | 1 comments
Ayurveda is a system of Indian medicine now practiced all over the world as a complementary system. Around 1500 BC ayurveda was delineated into two distinct ayurveda schools: Atreya—The School of Physicians, and Dhanvantari—The School of Surgeons. Ayurveda literally means “ The science of Life “. And it follows that prevention of disease , promotion of health and longetivity are given the requisite importance in addition to the curative aspect. Ayurveda has its mention in ...
Published by Kiran 97 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +17 votes | 4 comments
With a dynamic city life comes an abundance of pressures and stress. Abnormal habits becomes quite normal in an effort to cope with the city's fast-paced lifestyle. Slowly, people find themselves drifting away from natural laws. Gulping down a tranquilizer or a sleeping pill for nervousness, insomnia, and stress becomes a cultivated habit, much like the taking of vitamins. Unlike vitamins however, these drugs do more harm than the distressed person realizes.
Published by Ron Siojo 97 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +19 votes | 13 comments
Organ transplants are not just an offshoot of the late 20th century medical advancement. Transplant has been done thousand of years ago, in the case of an artificial limb that was made for Queen Vaisphala, the wife of King Khela. This is recorded in the oldest of the four branches of the Vedas, the Rig Veda. This Veda also contains great curative herbal preparations used to treat many diseases of the body and mind, as well as those that promote longevity and rejuvenation.
Published by Ron Siojo 98 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +3 votes | 3 comments
Tai Chi Chuan means the "Supreme Ultimate Force". It is best described as the moving form of yoga and meditation. When practice regularly, the flow of chi inside the body become smooth as all obstructions that cause ailments vaporize.
Published by Ron Siojo 98 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +8 votes | 5 comments
Because of the high source of mineral content Mulberry leaves are expected to become a super food material in the near future with preventative effects against adult diseases such as hypertension.
Published by Abron Toure 98 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +1 votes | 12 comments
Find out the facts about Japanese Water Therapy. Also find out how Japanese Water Therapy can cause problems, if it's not followed the right way.
Published by Rox B 102 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +34 votes | 27 comments
What is Chinese Medicine
Published by Thomas Gordon 107 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +11 votes | 14 comments
Knowing how yin and yang work can help you in your daily life and health.
Published by Sam Montana 114 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +5 votes | 0 comments
Tai Chi has many mental and physical health benefits that anyone can learn to do.
Published by Sam Montana 114 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +6 votes | 2 comments
Macrobiotics is a healthy way to eat and live. Some say that macrobiotics can cure disease and even cancer.
Published by Sam Montana 115 months ago in Asian & Chinese Medicine | +16 votes | 6 comments
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