Category: Cosmetic Acupuncture

Acupuncture Face-Lift Procedures

| March 15, 2010 | 0 Comments | 835 views
Acupuncture Face-Lift Procedures

Acupuncture is an ancient treatment for a wide variety of ills. The basis of acupuncture is that small needles inserted into key points in the body will improve the flow of energy along the meridians that kinesthetic energy travels.

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What are the benefits of Cosmetic Acupuncture ?

| March 2, 2010 | 0 Comments | 253 views
What are the benefits of Cosmetic Acupuncture ?

Cosmetic Acupuncture may take 5-10 years off your face. It helps to eliminate fine lines and makes the deeper lines look softer. It can also help to minimize dard circles, puffy eyes, double chin, sagging skin, and dropping eyelids. Other benefits include:

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The Full Meaning of Qi in Chinese Acupuncture

| February 10, 2010 | 0 Comments | 593 views
The Full Meaning of Qi in Chinese Acupuncture

I use the word Qi (pronounced'chee ') here to mean function.The word Qi is used in many ways-to mean needle sensation (as in'De Qi', which means that the energy has arrived), for breathing, for energy, for power, for anger, for working with energy and so on.

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The Full Meaning of Yang in Chinese Acupuncture

| February 10, 2010 | 0 Comments | 680 views
The Full Meaning of Yang in Chinese Acupuncture

Yang is the warmth that is brought on by good Blood and fluid circulation. This warmth helps to accelerate the function of the organs, without which they would slow down.

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The Full Meaning of Yin in Chinese Acupuncture

| February 10, 2010 | 0 Comments | 795 views
The Full Meaning of Yin in Chinese Acupuncture

Yin is the amount of water and thin fluid which irrigates an organ.A defi-ciency of yin will cause dryness of skin, with hardening, cracking, peeling and possible wrinkling.

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The Blood in Chinese Acupuncture

| February 10, 2010 | 0 Comments | 487 views
The Blood in Chinese Acupuncture

The term blood refers to red blood, which nourishes all the cells of the body. This red blood is nourished by the spleen, which stores the nutrition from food and drink and distributes it to the whole body;

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Blood,Yin,Yand and Qi In Acupuncture

| February 10, 2010 | 0 Comments | 569 views
Blood,Yin,Yand and Qi In Acupuncture

Having briefly encountered the yin and yang, we now need to consider them in more detail.We can diagramatically represent yin and yang by two 'towers', providing an easy visualization of an imbalanced state.

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Components of Yin and Yang

| February 8, 2010 | 2 Comments | 1,488 views
Components of Yin and Yang

This article describes the various properties of Yin and Yang ,You can use the table to easily know the meaning of Yin and Yang.

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