Winter Jing Tonic Cabbage Soup

Winter Jing Tonic Cabbage Soup   Winter  is the ideal time to nourish what Chinese Medicine calls the Kidney energy, associated with the deepest level of body energy, Jing/Essence.   Winter Storage in Chinese Medicine Winter is the season in ancient Chinese...

Diet and Nutrition in Chinese Medicine: Wakame Sea Veggie to Nourish Kidney Yin and Cleanse Lymphatics

Diet and Nutrition in Chinese Medicine: Nourish Kidney Yin and Cleanse in Winter with Sea Veggies Winter and the Kidney Qi in Chinese Medical Theory In winter the Qi enters the Kidneys, the physically lowest of the Zang/Solid internal organs, and the energetically...

Chinese Herbal Chicken Bone Broth for Recovery from Bronchitis

Chinese Herbal Chicken Bone Broth for Recovery from Bronchitis, Colds, Flu and Pneumonia Not counting the home made Chicken soup I grew up with, made by my grandmother and mother, I discovered Chinese Herbal Chicken bone broth in 1991, when I was in my second year...

Spices in Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine: Protect Your Agni in Summer

Spices in Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine can be used to preserve what Ayurveda calls Agni–the metabolic fire that is what makes us warm blooded and that is associated with health, strength and vitality.  Chinese Medicine calls this physiological fire Yang or...

The Nature of Vata Dosha and How to Pacify It

The way to prepare dishes that pacify Vata Dosha is to first understand what Vatta embodies. Vata dosha is the manifestation of Air and Space in our human bodies. Air and Space in its pure state is cold and dry. Air only becomes warm due to the effects of fire from...

Using Spices in Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine to Protect Your Digestive Fire in Summer

In summer we sweat and our yang energy or heat keeps getting dispersed and exhausted. On freezing cold days you feel cold, but on boiling hot days you sweat and become exhausted. In winter in every culture people eat heavy high-calorie foods, but in summer switch to...

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