Filled with organic flax seed and French lavendar. These pillows are great for relaxation, whether your doing yoga or just taking a nap. They can be used in either:
Hot therapy (heat in microwave for 30seconds).
Cold therapy (Put it in a freezer bag and
store in the freezer for several hours). Chilled, is great for migraines and puffy eyes.
Weighs 9oz. Dimensions: 4" x 8.5"
Posted by: Scott Stewart, LAc., Dipl.
Attributes: Cucumber (huáng guā), is a great summer food because of its sweet and cooling properties. From a Chinese nutrition perspective, the cooling nature of the cucumber clears heat and quenches thirst. Its sweet property guides it to the Spleen to tonify the organ and better enable it to transform and transport fluids; hence, reduce swelling and the retention of water during the summertime. It also aids in difficult urination.
How’s it eaten: In America, most people use cucumber in some sort of summer salad or pickled. What you may not know, is that many Southeast Asian countries serve cucumber with most of their meals. The reason for this is because a lot of their food is spicy and generates heat in the stomach; and in general, heat in the body. So the cucumber aids in cooling and eliminating that heat when eaten with the meal.
Nutritional facts: Cucumber gets overlooked a lot as a nutritional food, but you’d be surprised just how good it is for you. Cucumber has many health benefits such as being high in anti-oxidants, it’s an excellent anti-inflammatory food, and it also has been shown to have anti-cancer benefits as well.
This ancient therapeutic art has been practiced throughout Asia for thousands of years. The benefits of cupping are many and include the following: it both regulates and moves Qi and Blood in the sub-cutaneous tissues, draws out and releases toxins, releases congested blood in the tissues, and decreases pain and stiffness. Cupping is indicated for: Abdominal & back pain, muscle aches & joint pain, constipation, hypertension, and asthma, etc., etc.
Next Wednesday the 13th, we will be giving a talk on Qi theory, and the crucial role energy plays in acupuncture. This topic will cover such questions like: What is Qi? What is it's function? What role does it have in diagnosis and treatment?
Anyone interested in joining us should call and reserve a spot, as they do fill up quickly.
Healing Lotus Acupuncture (inside Moline Chiropractic Clinic)
4300 12th Avenue | Moline, IL
(309) 764.4753 email@example.com