not really painful
No. It’s not necessary.
Chinese system contains yin and yang.yang means lighter site of life.if u hv fever it is due to yang and shievering is due to yin.
Tamarind (tamarindus indica) has not been said to be used for cough in any of the herbal reference material I researched.
Is there any way using natural methods to help heal wounds on the lower stomach area which have turned black and swollen quickly
I can’t think of a way. However, I should note that wounds turning black is a potentially serious sign, which I associate with necrotic (dead) tissue. I recommend you have that looked at by a doctor very soon.
Acupuncturists in the US hold, at minimum, a Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, or Oriental Medicine. These programs require approximately 3,000 hours of training, often taking 3-4 years to complete. Most program do not require a specific undergraduate degree, and some will accept students with only 90 undergraduate semester units or 135 quarter units. Some undergraduate coursework …
Acupuncture affects people by curing them of diseases such asMuscles Spasms, shingles, polio, sprains and pains. There are a lotmore conditions that acupuncture can help cure. Acupuncture canalso cure emotional problems as well as pyshical problems. Acupuncture works by influencing and balancing the life energyflowing through the body which is termed QI (pronouced chee). Ithelps influence and balance life energy …
Do you mean like hayfever? I get that. There are antihistamines you can get at chemists, like Claratine and Lorratadine(not spelt right sorry!) and they work well. I know they are in Australia, at least!
In general, anyone receiving acupressure treatment, or even massage, need to find out the type of cardiac condition, since each one has its own particular symptomatology. If it is a case of high blood pressure and they are on medication, they will need to ask the client if it is under control before proceeding.
The answer is yes. I know there is one on your shoulder some where and on your hand.