Guizhi tang and Miles Davis – an exploration in the harmony of Chinese herb formulas

Note: This post is written by NCNM student & CMQ contributor Eugene Lee. He also provided the painting here – a beautiful interpretation of the characters for “Guizhi tang” – please comment on this post, encourage Eugene’s contributions! One of the words for Medicine in Chinese is 藥 yao, the top part of which indicates […]

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Chinese Medicine Podcast 19 – Eric Brand – Discussing the Chinese herb trade

http://media.blubrry.com/chinesemedicine/p/s3.amazonaws.com/DHPodcast/DH-podcast-19-Intervew-with-Eric-Brand.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 43:12 — 98.9MB) In this episode of the podcast, we talk to eminent scholar and owner of Legendary Herbs, Eric Brand.  In a somewhat briefer than normal conversation, we discuss topics of Chinese herb processing, the trade in Chinese herbs and questions of herbal access.  Eric […]

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Manual of Acupuncture author, Peter Deadman, on iPad apps, community acupuncture & more

Update: If you’re going to comment on this post, please just remove the vitriol. There’s just absolutely NO reason to react to anything anybody has said with anything but respectful dialogue. I’ve had to delete several comments that just crossed the line. I’m the only one allowed to cross the line, here, folks. Given a […]

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Deepest Health Podcast 18 – Laurie Ayers – Chinese medicine scholarship & memorization

http://media.blubrry.com/chinesemedicine/p/s3.amazonaws.com/DHPodcast/DH-podcast-18-Interview-with-Laurie-Ayers.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 59:20 — 135.8MB) Interview with Laurie Ayers, LAc (UK) I’m happy to welcome Laurie Ayers to the Chinese Medicine Central podcast. Laurie is a rising star in the field of Chinese medicine whom I met through his involvement with the Institute of Classics in East Asian […]

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