Talking to my patients, I've found that, even those people who are conscious of the influence of their state of mind on their physical symptoms, don't realise it is also working vice versa. What do I mean by that? That if you take care of the body and relaxing, they're able to help relax their mind and ease any emotional tension.
In traditional Chinese medicine the use of aloe goes beyond hydration. In TCM aloe or L?? Hu?� is dried and has a dark glossy look like glass, it features a bitter flavour and cold nature. It works for the Large Intestine, Liver and Stomach organ systems and has the action of draining fire and guiding out accumulation within the body. Fire within the body refers to signs and symptoms of heat for example red eyes, irritability, dizziness or headaches that may be in connection with the Liver organ system. Accumulation by the body processes in such cases refers to constipation or epigastric discomfort. Due to its purgative nature L?? Hu?� also offers the opportunity to kill parasites like roundworm and ringworm.
When I mentioned this to Lorna, she said that was obviously a sign that I was recovering and my stamina were nearing where they must be. She recalled initially she had received moxibustion - she was so cold and damp inside that it took three lumps of moxa on a single needle Lora Terres Boulder BMW on her behalf to feel any warmth at all.
In Chinese Medicine, Autumn could be the season of the Lung. It is very important that people manage our Lungs and we all can look after ourselves from illness. Illnesses that can come up from problems inside Lungs include colds and flu, decreased immune system, allergies, asthma, chronic cough, bronchitis, along with other Lung issues.