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Join Dr. Igor Micunovic to explore the history, healing, and combination of Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, feng shui, food, diet, wellness and exercises, diseases prevention, spirituality, body-soul-mind transformation, natural treatments and holistic medicine. Host Dr. Igor Micunovic, is an expert in Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, and personal transformation. Dr Igor Micunovic is the president of Educational Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies - WFC ...
 
Dedicated to helping people understand Chinese Medicine, The Chinese Medicine Podcast is run by Herbalist and Acupuncturist, Marie Hopkinson. The Chinese Medicine Podcast (CMP) started out in 2013 just as a a way for Marie to share the self help aspects of Chinese medicine with her own patients via youtube, but soon found that people all over the world were watching and benefiting from Marie's Chinese medicine videos. In 2019 Marie is expanding to bring audio interviews with Chinese medicine ...
 
Living Yin is a podcast dedicated to all things Yin Yoga, Chinese Medicine and meditation related. In each and every podcast you will enjoy Yin Yoga Theory, Chinese medicine wisdom, interviews with experts and the most up-to-date information about the science of Yin. I look forward to sharing the wonderful world of Yin Yoga with you.
 
Hosted by Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists Elizabeth Cullen BHlthSc (TCM), MWomHMED and Georgia Payten BHlthSc (TCM). Integrating Chinese Medicine with The Dao Health podcast provides an educational platform for listeners to integrate Eastern practices and philosophy into their daily life. Through discussing all facets of Conventional and Chinese Medicine, listeners can begin to become advocates of their own health. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more ...
 
please read ; this is not for profit seeking. Just for my English study purpose, and fully paying respect to Dr. Stephan Cabral, Dr of Naturopath, Ayurveda and Functional Medicine practitioner. I am one of the big fan of his podcast, Cabral Concept and this work, the Rain Barrel Effect. When I listen to his podcast, he says there are thousands of requests if there was a audio book of his book, so the idea that I want to try to read at laud this book, came up with me. I hope this would any he ...
 
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Full script at: www.podcast.igormicunovic.com From ancient times people were puzzled by the meaning of life, our purpose and destiny. Therefore Chinese ancestors invested much time in studying, researching and understanding the meaning of life by observing the chronology of man's destiny. During centuries ancient Chinese gained knowledge about dest…
 
Full script at: www.podcast.igormicunovic.com Rice and noodles have a great role in the Chinese diet. We can easily compare rice and noodles to potato and pasta in western cuisine. Pieces of meat and vegetables are served alongside the rice and noodles. There are many types of rice, such as sweet rice, long grain rice, short grain rice, jasmine ric…
 
Full episode at: www.podcast.igormicunovic.com Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) believes that man is a reflection upon the universe, like the existence of a microcosm within the macrocosm. The term ‘climate’ in TCM, refers to agents that cause diseases.The theory of Chinese medicine uses the names of the organs to illustrate related patterns of p…
 
Part 2 of my previous interview with Dr. Daniel Keown, a registered medical doctor and a licensed acupuncturist. Due to his comprehensive education he is able to bridge the apparent gap between the traditional Chinese medicine understanding of the body and western allopathic medicine perspective. He is the author of two amazing books; Spark in the …
 
During this conversation, Dr Peric discusses PCOS diagnosis and Fertility. She explains the criteria for accurately diagnosing PCOS, how it can be misdiagnosed as well as emphasising the importance of regular cycles not only for menstrual health and fertility but also general health. From there, Dr Peric talks about her research into MTHFR gene mut…
 
Zhan Zhuang (Chin. 站桩) is considered to be the most powerful exercise of all the Taiji Quan (Chin. 太极拳) and qigong (Chin. 气功) postures, and is often used as a separate exercise to increase leg strength, concentration, deep breathing and qi flow. Zhan Zhuang is very basic form of exercise, but very powerful exercise to enhance energy, mental clarity…
 
High carbon dioxide levels cause acidosis and stimulate the respiratory center in the brain, triggering the newborn to take a breath. The first breath typically is taken within 10 seconds of birth, after mucus is aspirated from the infant's mouth and nose. In order to make the first breath after the umbilical cord has been cut, it is the most impor…
 
A dream is one of three states that the soul experiences during its lifetime. The other two states are the waking state and the sleeping state. Since the old times, people regard dreams as mysterious and meaningful. Many people believe that the dream world—with its own metaphoric language, can help us fully understand our life in sanity and lead us…
 
During this interview, Elizabeth and Georgia delve into all facets of pregnancy and birth with Midwife Em. They begin the conversation from the first moment a woman and her partner find out she is pregnant, and the next steps that ensue as she begins her pregnancy journey. Em discusses care provider options for pregnancy, she explains tests and sca…
 
Dr Simon Feeney (Chinese Medicine Physician) talks about the historical and modern use of mushrooms, fungus for self healing, and general wellness. What is Reishi, Lions Mane, Chaga, Cordyseps, Turkey Tail all about? Listeners & Viewers can get 10% off the retail price of Empirical Health Range of Certified Organic Mushrooms, and your purchase supp…
 
Imagine ability to control all aspects of your given life energy as you wish, using only the power of your mind. To use it in such way in order to restore and maintain health, slow down aging, or protect yourselves against injury. Such ability is simply explained as understanding and knowing transformational processes in nature. Chinese culture cal…
 
Music has one of the most prominent functions in Chinese culture for over 3000 years. Music has been used for all life and death situations. Confucius believed that music is the best way to teach people about social and moral ethics, such as showing appropriate social manners and being tolerant and respectful. Taoism believes that music promotes se…
 
During this interview, Elizabeth and Georgia discuss with Mike current research and clinical trials being completed in the Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture realm. Mike explains why Acupuncture dosage is important for therapeutic benefits especially for Endometriosis and pain conditions, he discusses his current research and clinical tri…
 
The availability and accurate application of existing information and therapeutic procedures are certainly the most important reasons for achieving tolerable perioperative analgesia, which means that it is now almost completely possible to eliminate unnecessary pain. Insufficient pain relief after surgery is described as morally and ethically unacc…
 
At first glance, medicine and poisons seem to belong to opposite sides. However, in China’s pharmacology, poisons are widely used as healing properties. At some point, it emerged the idea that the usage of strong poisons can contribute to enhancing life or even regaining immortality. Chinese medicine doctors patented medical techniques in order to …
 
Elizabeth and Georgia chat with Jo and Tamara, who share the best time to have a pelvic floor check up when family planning and when in pregnancy when the pelvic floor should be checked. Following pregnancy, we unpack when the pelvic floor should be assessed, is this only for vaginal births and why it is important to have clearance before returning…
 
The art of divination in China has a vast tradition which foundation traces goes to several millennia. Such art incorporates China’s political and social fabric. During history it had various purposes; when to take part in war or when to seek peace, when to plant and harvest, or to schedule important events such as weddings and funerals. Very uniqu…
 
Answering a subscribers Question, is it normal to feel worse before you feel better having acupuncture / Chinese medicine . If you have a question about Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture, cupping, herbs, moxa, foods as medicine, dampness, Qi etc ) pop it into comments below and I'll do my best to answer it. COURSES - find out more by email. ON DEMAND C…
 
Ancient culture of China has made great contributions to world culture. Book of Changes is one of the most precious contributions of Chinese culture, which has exerted a great influence on Chinese philosophy, literature, historical study, as well as natural and social sciences. The Book of Changes is the very basis of Chinese culture, the principal…
 
We had the absolute pleasure to have Dr Devora Lieberman as a guest on the podcast unpacking Fertility, IVF, IVM and where to next. Dr Lieberman unpacks the terms IUI ( Intrauterine insemination ), IVF and ICSI ( Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection ) and we discuss what IVM ( In vitro maturation ) is, how it differs to IVF and where it has a place in …
 
In its very essence, Chinese culture is strongly connected to its root and historical events. Modern Chinese culture is strongly influenced by Confucian ideals. One of the very basic foundations of the Confucian tradition is a deep respect for teachers. China represents an ancient civilization of at least five thousand years. In ancient China, peop…
 
The cupping therapy has been used in China for thousands of years. The cupping therapy in its primitive form using cattle horn was used primarily to withdraw pus and blood in the treatment of boils. Cupping was then used as an auxiliary method in traditional Chinese surgery, and in time developed into a special therapeutic method. The earliest reco…
 
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) accounts for 8% of primary-care visits in the United States and has a lifetime prevalence of 18%. At present, 13% of the elderly population and 10% of younger adults are being treated with antidepressant medications. Lifetime prevalence for major depressive disorder is 16.5%. Other common conditions include: post-…
 
Anxiety is a mental illness that can impact an individuals daily life. It is the most common mental illness in the U.S, affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18% of the population. Approximately 8% of children and teenagers experience an anxiety disorder with most people developing symptoms before age 21. About 12% o…
 
From the very beginning, the ancient China remained directly or closely sacrificial. It is unfortunate but ancient China was built upon sacrifice. Sacrificial elements were of utmost meaning in the ancient China. Very alike European cultures, ancient and medial China followed the evolution from blood sacrifice to non-blood, re-presented as it is be…
 
Heartbreak, Loss, Grief and Sadness - here's 4 Ways to help process through Grief using acupressure and self-massage. This may help you cope with grief and journey through the emotions of sadness, loss, heartbreak, disappointment and despondency. Please seek help of health professional if you need to. If your interested in studying Chinese Medicine…
 
Most people, when they face Chinese Medicine at some point, are primarily interested in how TCM can benefit their health, which conditions it can treat and how it works. Few people would ever wonder about its origins - when, and more importantly, why the ancient Chinese began to treat diseases by puncturing the body with bare needles or use herbs t…
 
Georgia and Elizabeth have the absolute pleasure to interview Dr Amani Harris. In this episode we discuss how Endometriosis effects Fertility and Pregnancy as well as the process of finding out you have Endometriosis and what a diagnosis and treatment can look like. From there, Dr Amani Harris unpacks our burning questions about types of Laparoscop…
 
To learn the law of creation requires great knowledge, wisdom or even an enlightenment. Such knowledge is the gate to a higher level of consciousness. Taoism is an ancient knowledge and wisdom we can trace back 5000 years throughout Chinese history. The word "Tao" (Chin. 道) has many meanings such as; road, channel, path, or principle. We can unders…
 
Elizabeth and Georgia chat with Yoga and breathwork teacher, Kate Kendall. During this episode, Kate discusses the benefits of breathwork and ways to begin to incorporate this style of practice into our daily lives, she delves into the meaning of Kriya and how this ancient practice amongst others helps support our Parasympathetic Nervous System sta…
 
*We apologise for the audio quality of this episode* We have the pleasure to interview our Paddington neighbour from Apotheca by Anthia. In this episode, we delve into the importance of our gut health and the role it plays for our hormones, fertility and our overall wellbeing. The role of the Vagus nerve is discussed and how it is connected to our …
 
The basic patterns of disharmony of the substances -Deficient Qi -Deficient Yang -Deficient Xue -Deficient Yin -Stagnant Qi -Stagnant Xue Relatively less important patterns -Deficient Jin Ye -Deficient Jing -Deficient Shen -Disturbance of Shen
 
Qi (気) and Xue(血) Qi and Jin Ye(津液) Qi and Jing(精) Qi and Shen(神) Xue(血) and Jin Ye (津液) Xue and Jing(精) Xue and Shen (神) Jin Ye(津液) and Jing (精) Jin Ye and Shen(神) Jing (精)and Shen(神) Yang Group : Wei Qi(衛気) Jin(津), Shen(神), and the Yang aspect of Jing(陽精) Yin Group : Ying Qi (営氣), Ye(液), Xue(血), and the Yin aspect of Jing(陰精)…
 
Zang Fu -The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine Functions, Interrelationships and Patterns of Disharmony in Theory and Practice Author : Jeremy Ross Doctor of Acupuncture CAc (Nanjing) BAc (MBAcA) BSc CEd MNIMH
 
We have our first guest for 2022 from Skin by Leah Cindric. Leah guides us through the types of Acne, aggravating factors and her treatment approach to managing Acne. We discuss unfair expectations of perfect skin in society and the role female hormones play. After unpacking the three types of Pigmentation we challenge the buzz phrase of anti-agein…
 
Chinese medicine The web that has no weaver Page 295-304 Chapter 10 The web that has no weaver and mount sinai or on the location of truth This is the final chapter of this book. Thank you so much to keep listening till the end! in the real book, there are lots of appendix and footnotes . if you are interested in, please find and read the real one!…
 
Georgia and Elizabeth debunk everything you thought you knew about period pain. Primary Dysmenorrhea is explained and the accepted ‘normal monthly period pain’ is challenged. Secondary Dysmenorrhea and the underlying causes and conditions are shared following with how Acupuncture manages pain. In this episode, we discuss current research in Traditi…
 
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