Understanding Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and the difference between Western or Indian medicine can be difficult. This post will help you better understand the herbal practices of each medicine and how they differ. Western medicine is new in comparison to Indian and Chinese medicine.
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TCM and Your Body’s Organs
Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) is a style of traditional medicine that dates back over 2000 years, originating in China. This medical practice includes various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, acupressure, tai chi, massage among many other practices. As one of the oldest medicinal practices, to experience optimal health and to prevent disease, you must live in harmony with the seasons of the year.
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Eczema and Acupuncture
Have you ever gotten acupuncture? Did you know it could be beneficial for those who suffer from eczema?
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What to Eat in the Fall
Did you know that eating pumpkin or barley soup or even a crisp apple in the fall can be optimal for your health?
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A World Of Authentic Flavor
Bravo is excited to introduce its new tea line- Absolute Teas. Each tea is focused on one main herb for its pure health benefits. We chose some of the most requested herbs as well as some lesser known ones as our focus.
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What is Herb Adulteration
Herb adulteration is when a substance other than the herb claimed on the label in an herbal product. There are many reasons why herb adulteration happens. Sometimes, it’s done by companies to cut costs.
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We pride ourselves on having the best herbs. We have taken the extra step in getting our herbs Non-GMO Project verified. We wanted to go even further so we decided to work towards going Organic.
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The Significance of the Seasons
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), there are five seasons instead of four- as in the Western World. Each of the five elements in nature correlates with specific seasons and organs.
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