oriental medicine

Beyond Stabilization — The Path to Optimal Health

In a world where consumers of health care expect to be rescued by magical drugs from the labs of Big Pharma, it’s extremely uncommon to find a client who is conscious of the origin of their maladies. To recognize that not just disease and illness, but all of experience itself, is the precise effect of …

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Oriental Medicine, Prolotherapy, & Trigger Point Injections

Advanced Needle Techniques No one has more experience in therapeutic needling of the human body than the Chinese. Others have tried their hand at it, but no one has caught up to their multi-millennial advantage. The experts reside in the Orient. If you want to excel in this art, train with them. This is not …

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The Dilemma of Doctors

A Short Excerpt from a Work in Progress [In previous posts I’ve alluded to a bigger project that’s keeping me from spending much time on this blog. In truth, there are several. But the one I was referring to is a book. Breakfast Like an Emperor is coming. It’s an illustrated, interactive iBook which will …

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6.7 Billion a Year

Thanks to Dr. Harry Eidenier, friend and mentor, who just sent me this. I’m in alignment with Harry’s assessment that this is too ‘good’ to pass up. So here’s his short, pithy, unedited message: “Generally we leave this type of information alone; however this one was too good not to pass along to you. “Researchers …

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Wheatgrass for Twitter

An old, rediscovered friend passed along a question to me via Twitter. Ron Zimmerman and Carrie Van Dyck, proprietors of the sublime and ever-inventive Herbfarm in Woodinville, Washington, were friends in the 70s, when we were all immersed in a golden era for wilderness equipment specialists — they, Early Winters, and I, Rivendell Mountain Works. …

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