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Surviving the Christmas chaos


It's the Silly Season again! It's Christmas time again. In Australia this means that it is the end of the year and the start of Summer. It is colloquially known as the "silly season". For

Surviving the Christmas chaos2018-10-23T18:19:01+11:00

Spring – The season of change.


Spring glorious Spring!  Spring is well and truly here. Chinese medicine sees Spring as the time for growth and rejuvenation. Spring comes after Winter as we all know. During Winter we withdrew inwards and conserved

Spring – The season of change.2018-10-23T18:19:01+11:00

Let acupuncture help rid you of your headache.


A common complaint with some un-common causes!* How many times have you heard someone say, "I've got a headache"? It's one of the most common problems in society today yet a headache, particularly the recurring

Let acupuncture help rid you of your headache.2018-10-23T18:19:01+11:00

Chicken and quineoa soup recipe


This is one of mine and my husbands favourite soups. It is so adaptable. You can add or subtract any kind of vegetable you want in it (I usually just throw in what ever is

Chicken and quineoa soup recipe2018-10-23T18:19:01+11:00

Acupuncture in the relief of Celiac disease


Celiac Disease is an autoimmune digestive disease. Villi of the small intestine are damaged disrupting the body’s ability to absorb nutrients from foods. When a sufferer eats foods with gluten in it such as is

Acupuncture in the relief of Celiac disease2018-10-23T18:19:01+11:00

Beat stress with acupuncture and Chinese medicine


Today I am going to speak of the use of acupuncture in helping to manage stress related disorders. Hans Selye claimed in his book “Stress without Distress” that ‘stress is the non-specific response of the

Beat stress with acupuncture and Chinese medicine2018-10-23T18:19:02+11:00
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