Named after the Daoist philosophical concept of Xiao Yao, or free and easy wandering, This tea is designed for anxiety and stress relief.
Acupuncture for gastrointestinal disorders has good results. Read the blog to learn more about the Eastern approach to digestive disorders.
Acupuncture has good results in treating pain. But many people wonder how it works. Read the blog post to learn more about some of the proposed mechanisms.
Many people are searching for alternative approaches to ADHD. Chinese herbalism can be a powerful tool for calming and regulating the mind.
There are many ways that sleep can be improper. With Chinese medicine and insomnia, paying attention to these difference is the key.
The difference between Western and Chinese medical diagnosis can be summed up as following the right path vs. finding the right pattern.
There’s a lot of great acupuncture in Austin. But did you know there are different levels of focus and training? Read the blog to learn more.
People often ask, “What is in these Chinese herbs?” This a very common and very fair question I get when prescribing people herbal formulas. Read the blog post to learn more.
Chinese medicine isn’t just Western medicine with different names and places. Try as people may to say that this Western disease translates to this traditional Chinese medicine disease and vice versa, this approach often leads to lackluster results. Learn more about the differences.