3 Tips for Jogging in Spring

Weather in Boston has warm up slightly recently and I see more and more people jogging on the street over the past few weeks. Needless to say, jogging in this comfortable weather is refreshing and it’s something I… Read More

Steam Orange with Salt – Home Remedy for Persistence Cough

Here is one more home remedy for cough. This is for general cough especially for the persistence ones. Please note that this is more for the cough that doesn’t go away. It is not the home remedy to… Read More

Traditional Chinese Medicine 101 – Yin and Yang

Yin and Yang are the basis of the Traditional Chinese Medicine. These terms have been used for more than 2000 years, and their meanings have expended far more than the original implications for shady side sunny sides of… Read More

Daikon (Chinese Radish) – The winter food that keeps doctors away

There is an old saying in Chinese, “Eat daikon in the winter and ginger in the summer, and you don’t need medicine from doctors.” So, why is daikon the winter food that keeps doctor away? During the winter… Read More

Traditional Chinese Medicine 101 – Introduction 1

“What can you treat?” This question is my most frequently asked question since I started my career as an acupuncturist and herbalist. This is also the question that I kept asking myself everyday when I go to work…. Read More