Posts Tagged ‘TCM’

Peanut Allergy: A Family’s Search for a Cure

Written by Robyn Charron (bio below) At 6 months old, after 3 months of constantly pushing our pediatrician for answers as to why our infant son, Rory was covered in eczema and contact rashes, a food allergy blood test revealed that he had a deadly peanut allergy.  Ten months later a skin test showed a…

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Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine: Learn How to Use it For Eczema

By Rebecca Ong-Sutherland (See bio below) Eczema affects millions of Americans in varying degrees.  From mild unnoticeable cases to uncomfortable and unsightly skin irritations, people have been looking to Western medicine to heal this condition for decades. Countless medications and products have emerged that offer temporary relief, but few provide lasting results.  There’s hope in an…

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Why Alternative Medicine can provide relief to Eczema

Do you believe in complementary medicine, alternative therapies, also know as quackery and hocus-pocus by some? Homeopathy, NAET, Ayurveda, Chiropractic, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Reiki and Naturopathy are just some examples of therapies that many people, if they even know what they are, would laugh at claiming positive results are only the result of the…

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Ointments Made with Traditional Chinese Herbs for Eczema Relief

By Diana Hermann (bio below) Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine (TCM) is the most comprehensive and well-organized system of herbal medicine known to humankind.  It has developed from thousands of years of observing and recording the medicinal use of thousands of natural substances to improve human health.  This ancient system of herbal medicine continues to evolve…

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Why You Should Try Chinese Herbs for Eczema In Infants and Children

By Dr. Peter Wood (bio below) Its heartbreaking to see an infant suffering through a flare-up of eczema, especially for the child’s parent.  Eczema, otherwise known as atopic dermatitis, is the most common skin disease in children, affecting nearly 25% of children worldwide.  Over 2 million Canadians and 15 million Americans suffer from eczema.  Since…

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