Gua Sha: Traditional Healing Technique

Today I checked the weather; the temperature reached 40.5 C/104.5 F. The local news report says it is the second hottest day in China¬†— but I would have known it was dangerously hot just by looking at the people.¬†Let me explain. In China, when the weather becomes unbearable many of the people get red marks all over their backs, necks and faces.… [Read more]

Responsible Natural Medicine: Project Seahorse

Without breathing tanks, a young man dives into the ocean waters of his homeland. As he fights the gentle push of the current, he discovers the object of his desire. A statuesque creature clings to sprouting kelp on the ocean floor. It gently bows to the current pushing its back and elegantly extends as the returning waters brush through again.… [Read more]