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Please Don’t Blame Your Nose for Your Rhinitis

February 1, 2017 Trisha Han HighlightsSelf-Help Topics

 Rhinitis is one of the most common chronic conditions of today; although it only brings small discomforts, the illness itself is hard to eliminate entirely.  Especially with allergy-induced rhinitis, one must completely change the nature of one’s body, in order to have some hope of treating the illness. It’s important to know that rhinitis isn’t […]

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How to Stay Healthy in Winter

December 15, 2015 Trisha Han Oriental Herbal MedicineSelf-Help TopicsWellness & Prevention

Just like how millions of cells make up one organism, human beings are the tiny cells that make up the universe.  We must abide by the changes of nature, instead of going against it; we must interact with the millions of organisms in the world, instead of solely paying attention to our own needs.  As […]

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A Proven Method to Cure a Cold – Make Yourself Sneeze

May 3, 2010 Trisha Han Self-Help TopicsWellness & Prevention

Today let’s talk about cold again. Cold is generally caused by wind cold (A terminology of Traditional Chinese Medicine) entering our body. It has two stages. At the first stage, symptoms are likely sneezing, chills, running nose with clear mucus, etc; The 2nd stage symptoms may include sore throat, fever, headache, deep cough with dense mucus, […]

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How to Stay Healthy During Cold Season

April 1, 2010 Trisha Han Oriental Herbal MedicineWellness & Prevention

Fall is a beautiful season with colorful leaves, deep blue sky and crispy cool air. With all the good things, there is also dramatic temperature change from day to night. Our body will find it hard to adjust to the change. If we happen to have stressful life and low immunity at this time (also […]

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