Tip 1: Nourish the Heart Spring correlates with the liver, summer correlates with the heart, autumn correlated with the lungs, and winter correlates with the kidneys, four seasons to nourish the spleen and stomach. Chinese medicine believes that out of the four seasons, summer represents fire. Fire is accumulated in the heart as the climate…

Meditation is now becoming one of the fastest growing trends on the planet and is predicted to surpass the recent Yoga boom. Aldo say’s, ‘one of the most popular issues or complaints I’ve come across from people is; they have a problem turning off their mind and the constant mind chatter/or cannot sit still making…

It is rather common for women to have uterine fibroids. Western medicine tends to relate the cause to an extended period of stimulation of estrogen. Western doctors usually would treat them by removing them through a surgery if one or more grows to larger than 5cm or when they seriously affects menstruation. However, in recent…

Dr. Ruth Lee In this blog post, Balance Health is pleased to interview Dr. Ruth Lee – Registered Chinese Medicine practitioner. She will share with us the root causes of infertility problems, as well as give us an overview of how those problems can be successfully tackled with the help of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)….

Treat chronic fatigue syndrome with Chinese Medicine So what is it? “Chronic fatigue syndrome” is the body in a state of unrest, due to the accelerated pace of life in modern society, long-term mental and psychological stress and overworked liver qi stagnation, and spleen and kidney qi deficiency. It usually lasts for more than 6…

Summer Tips for Healthy Skin Dr. Grace is back in town (Aug 9th-18th) and ready to help you tackle any skin conditions you may have. Summer is a hot and humid time in Hong Kong, the ideal environment for eczema to thrive. Chinese medicine believes eczema can be caused by food, drugs or certain toiletries,…

Dr. Ruth Lee is a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncturist licensed both in China and Hong Kong. She graduated from the widely acclaimed Chinese University of Hong Kong and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and has acquired valuable knowledge in pediatric Tuina. Dr. Lee is the author of “The Soft Touch of Tiger Moms”…

Dr. Ruth Lee is a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncturist licensed both in China and Hong Kong. She graduated from the widely acclaimed Chinese University of Hong Kong and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and has acquired valuable knowledge in pediatric Tuina. Dr. Lee is the author of “The Soft Touch of Tiger Moms”…

  Inspired by celebrities in Hollywood who use cupping to remove cellulite, many new patients are flocking to clinics to try the practice themselves. Thanks to stars like Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham, who all swear by the natural healing method, cupping is now the new alternative treatment for…

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