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GinSen Clinics - Traditional Chinese Medicine in London - 0 views

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    GinSen is one of the leading providers of Chinese Medicine in London. Experienced experts with a combined experience of over 150 years, we have honed and refined everything from our successful range of herbal supplements and natural treatments.    Specializing in fertility and wellness, our practitioners adopt a holistic approach and take time to discuss all your needs to get to the root cause. Schedule your appointment in one of our Natural Fertility Clinics in London, browse our natural supplement range online, or simply fill in our free online consultation form. Transform your life with GinSen's natural treatments.
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Ginger Water; Why you should start consuming it today-AMVital - 0 views

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    There are both healthy and unhealthy foods. But if you want to start your day with something healthy, go to your kitchen, readers! GINGER is one of the most potent ingredients in your kitchen available all the time. Ginger is much more than just an ingredient in gingerbread. It's also been an essential staple spice of traditional Indian and Chinese cuisine. Many add ginger to water and tea to spice up nutrients to these drinks. Ginger water is also generally incorporated in ancient folk treatments for ailments like bloating and sore stomachs. Ginger is technically a vegetable herb, though the root is the most eaten part of the plant. You routinely use its root to ground into powder or sliced and used dry, pickled, or fresh. Why you should start drinking Ginger Water from now on? Ginger, aka ginger root, is a rhizome that can be used for cooking and medicine. It has been used throughout the world's history and has been shown to have numerous health benefits. Vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants in ginger water provide substantial health benefits. For example, ginger is rich in choline. Choline is an essential building block of neurotransmitters that help your brain and nerve conflagration. Your body requires choline to help sustain metabolism, mood, and muscle function. Only a few plants can rival ginger when it comes to medicinal value. Ginger contains multiple vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, iron, and many more. Aside from how you use ginger, ginger water can contribute to valuable health benefits. Let's look into these benefits: 1. Excellent source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is one of the essential nutrients for boosting immunity. It is also an antioxidant and helps to fight off infections. Vitamin C can also help with inflammation and pain, which makes it an excellent addition to your diet if you're dealing with chronic conditions like arthritis or fibromyalgia. 2. Ginger water is a great source of many v
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Energy Flows Where Attention Goes - Dr. William Plikerd - 0 views

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    Interest in ancient medical texts on health and healing has been increasing in recent years. Coincidentally, I recently uncovered notes I made for a speech I gave 1973 to a large group in California. With a few touch ups, it sounds fitting for today. Here it is: I think all of the healing systems that can be called Holistic share a common belief that the Universe is a unified field of energy that is the origin of all form and substance. This belief is amply expressed in the ancient Chinese Classic of Medicine (the Neijing Suwen in 240 BC). Authorship of this classic was attributed to Huang Di, also referred to as the Great Yellow Emperor, who reigned in the middle of third century BC.
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Easy Home Remedies for Joint Pain - 0 views

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    6 Easy Home Remedies for Joint Pain. Did you know that carrots have been used for centuries in Chinese medicine as an effective remedy for aching joints?
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Ginseng Plant Benefits You Cannot Afford to Ignore-AMVital - 0 views

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    Have you ever wondered about the health benefits of ginseng? It's been used for thousands of years by people in Asia and Eastern Europe, but did you know it's good for more than just boosting energy? The ginseng plant deals with 11 combinations of short, slowly growing plants with fleshy roots. It can revive and improve well-being. This article will explore how this herbal plant can benefit your body. 11 Health Benefits of the Ginseng Plant There are two types of ginseng plants mainly: Asian or Korean ginseng (Panax ginseng) American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius). Studies have discovered that the distinct types have various uses. American ginseng is believed to be less stimulating in traditional Chinese medicine than the Asian one. There are several other herbs known as ginseng, like eleuthero or Siberian ginseng, but they don't have the valuable content of ginsenosides. Ginseng has traditionally been used for several medical illnesses. However, its benefits for most of them have yet to be thoughtfully researched. These include: 1/11_It may help your lungs work better. ginseng plant lowers lungs infections.Ginseng may also help your lungs, according to a published study in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Researchers found that one of the active ingredients in ginseng, ginsenoside Rg1 has an anti-inflammatory effect on the lungs and can even protect against asthma and bronchitis. They found that rats with asthma had less inflammation after being given doses of ginseng for two weeks compared to rats not given any. They also observed that rats with pneumonia had fewer symptoms when they were treated with inhaled doses of ginsenoside Rg1 or orally administered doses of Korean red ginseng extract (KRGE). 2/11_It may lower blood sugar levels. ginseng plant lower blood sugar levels. It's not just your imagination-ginseng can help lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. It also has been proven to reduce the amount of cholesterol in your body. It
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Does Ginger Help With Nausea? | AMVital - 0 views

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    Ginger is an age-old herb that has had extensive usage in history for its numerous natural therapeutic effects, especially as an "anti-emetic." The best-known proof indicates that ginger is an effective and affordable remedy for nauseatic and vomiting ailments and is safe. The pleasing zesty "kick" from the root of Zingiber officinale, the ginger plant, is what produces ginger ale, ginger tea, sweets, loaves of bread, and many Asian dishes so delicious. Ginger adds an aromatic tang to both sweet and spicy foods. As ginger is frequently suggested for its stomach-settling impacts, you may wonder whether it's a proven way to treat nauseatic ailments naturally. This article reevaluates the efficacy and safety of ginger for nausea and the most promising practices for using it. How does Ginger Help with Nausea? According to PubMed Central, the highly appreciated database from the National Institutes of Health, it's believed that ginger fetches its therapeutic qualities from gingerol, the main bioactive ingredient in fresh ginger, and complementary blends called shogaols, which provide the root its savory flavor. Shogaols are more robust in dried ginger, with 6-shogaol as the primary source of antioxidants. At the same time, gingerols are more plentiful in raw ginger. Some examination has revealed that ginger and its compounds may improve digestive function and speed up stomach emptying feel, relieving nausea. Its anti-inflammatory traits may improve digestive activity and sustain the discharge of blood-pressure-regulating hormones to relax your body and ease nausea. Other Health Benefits of Ginger Being an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and digestive aid, it has been used as a natural treatment for helping to alleviate nausea and other symptoms. It can be used to treat: Heartburn Indigestion Motion sickness Reduce joint pain Soothe sore throats Minimize the duration of colds and flu viruses Ease menstrual cramps Prevent cancer cell growth Improve choleste
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What Are Ginger Shots? Everything You Need to Know - 0 views

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    If you want to start your day feeling refreshed and energized, consider creating a daily regimen of ginger shots instead! Ginger shots are like taking ginger ale straight to the source. They give you all sorts of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants your body needs to feel its best. These shots are beverages made from concentrated doses of ginger root (Zingiber officinale), which are asserted to aid in warding off sickness and strengthen your resilience against many health conditions. However, ginger shots just became prevalent recently in the wellness society; ginger brews have been used since ancient times to cure a host of ailments. While ginger presents unique health features, you may wonder whether sipping ginger shots is healthful. This article inspects ginger shots, including their potential health benefits, side effects, and preparation at home. Ginger Shots Ginger shots are potent drinks made with fresh ginger root. The ingredients used in the shot differ depending on the recipe you want to try. Some shots include only fresh ginger juice, while others comprise lemon juice, orange juice, turmeric, cayenne pepper, and/or manuka honey. You can make it at home by squeezing fresh ginger root juice or blending fresh, grated ginger with different juices, like lemon or orange. Now you can see that these shots are available pre-made or made to take away at juicers or health food stores. You can also beat them up at home by operating a juicer machine. For this, just add freshly grated ginger to citrus juice or mix a dash of ginger with other ingredients in a high-powered blending pot. You may find ginger shots spicy and unpleasant to drink owing to their high content of ginger roots. Hence, they're made in small amounts and generally drunk in one or two swigs. Ginger Root Ginger root has been used medicinally for thousands of years. The ancient Chinese used it to treat stomach problems, colds, and inflammation. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH
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5 Ways To Help Prevent Spleen Qi Deficiency | MMA Acupuncture Blog - 0 views

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    Learn about spleen qi deficiency, the effects on the metabolism, and ways to improve your health and vitality

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Best Acupuncturist | Acupuncture and chinese medicine clinic san jose - 0 views

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    Our acupuncturist resolve various health problem such as drug addictions,nervous disorder,respiratory disorder and allergies by the best acupuncture technique.Sonie Clinic is one of the best heath care clinic performing acupuncture, chiropractic and massage treatment for various problem such as pain relief,infertility.
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Truth About Turmeric for Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome(CFS) - 0 views

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    While research on particular supplements is optimistic, it's still too early to declare if they benefit. For centuries, turmeric herb has been used in Ayurveda, traditional Chinese, and Unani medicine to alleviate arthritis pain and other ailments. Modern-day science indicates that its active compound, curcumin, may help resist inflammation. Even though there's little research on turmeric for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, it may be worth trying since curcumin works like a pain-killing agent in your body. To keep things relatively simple, I'll stick to research while telling you the 'Truth about Turmeric for treating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Turmeric for Fibromyalgia & CFS If you've got pain, fatigue, and sleep disorder with fibromyalgia, you may wonder if nature-based dietary supplements can provide you some substitute to relieve yourself. Medical professionals are grappling with the exact question. Think how long a supplement has been used for fibromyalgia symptoms. Newer supplements that have become prevalent in the past 3 or 4 years don't maintain a long track history or record, so the long-term effects aren't known still. However, you may say short-term effects are ascertained. Fibromyalgia is a long-lasting illness that yields pain and tiredness throughout the body, fatigue, and trouble sleeping. Scientists do not entirely understand what pushes it, but people with the disease have an amplified pain sensitivity.
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