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February 28, 2023

Holistic Healing and Alternative Medicine for Your Total Health

March 2023

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“Natural Forces Within Us Are The True Healers” ~ Hippocrates


By Elizabeth Reninger

Like a network of rivers nourishing a landscape, the meridians are the channels through which qi (chi) flows, to nourish and energize the human body. These channels exist within the subtle body. Though they may have a correspondence to the physical nervous system, you won’t find the meridians per se on an operating table! Collectively, the meridians form the matrix within which the physical body functions. They also act as a network of communication between the physical and the more subtle energetic bodies.

How Many Meridians Are There 

There are twelve main meridians in the body, each associated with a particular element and Chinese medicine organ system. The meridians are typically listed in Yin/Yang pairs:

~Lung (arm-yin) and Large Intestine (arm-yang) = Metal Element

~Stomach (leg-yang) and Spleen (leg-yin) = Earth Element

~Heart (arm-yin) and Small Intestine (arm-yang) = Fire Element

~Bladder (leg-yang) and Kidney (leg-yin) = Water Element

~Pericardium (arm-yin) and Triple-Warmer (arm-yang) = Fire Element (again!)

~Gallbladder (leg-yang) and Liver (leg-yin) = Wood Element

Where Are The Meridians Located?

The arm-yin meridians flow from the torso along the inner edge of the arms to the fingers. The arm-yang meridians flow from the fingers along the outer edge of the arms to the head.

The leg-yang meridians flow from the head down the torso and along the outer edge or back of the legs to the toes. The leg-yin meridians flow from the toes along the inner edge of the legs to the torso.

The qi in a given meridian is strongest during a specific two-hour interval of the twenty-four hour day. The way qi travels in this cycle through the meridians is referred to as the Meridian Clock. 

When this flow is balanced and harmonious, we experience physical and emotional well-being. When the flow is blocked, erratic or deplete, we experience physical or emotional dis-ease. Qigong and acupuncture are practices which help us to maintain a healthy flow of qi through the meridian system.

Along with the twelve main meridians, there are what are called the Eight Extraordinary Meridians: the Du, the Ren, the Dai, the Chong, the Yin Chiao, the Yang Chiao, the Yin Wei, and the Yang Wei Meridians.

The Eight Extraordinary Meridians are the first to form in utero. They represent a deeper level of energetic structuring and play an important role within the practice of Inner Alchemy.

Acupuncture Points

Along the path of the meridians, there are certain places where the energy pools, making the qi of the meridian more accessible there than at other places. These pools of energy are called acupuncture points. Each acupuncture point has a specific function, in relation to the Element and Organ System being accessed.

The most powerful points tend to be at the ends of the meridians: at the toes, ankles, and knees; or fingers, wrists, and elbows.

Very often, a symptom expressing in one part of the body will be alleviated by stimulating an acupuncture point that’s located in a completely different place on the body! This works because the point being stimulated lies on a meridian whose energy also passes through the injured or diseased part of the body – so the intelligence of a specific acupuncture point can be transmitted along the course of the meridian to the place within the body that is in need of healing.

Origins Of Our Knowledge Of The Meridian System

Who discovered the meridian system? It’s generally agreed that the source of our knowledge of the meridian system is three-fold: (1) information received in the deep meditations of the ancient sages; (2) the direct experience of the yogis, i.e. what they felt/saw within their own bodies; and (3) the empirical explorations of many generations of qigong and Chinese medical practitioners.

Disruption Of Meridian System Function Via Man-Made EMF's

Increasingly, we live in a sea of man-made EMF's, produced by our various electrical and WiFi devices. If we naturally have a strong constitution, or through our qigong practice have developed a strongly-balanced energy-body, then we may remain largely unaffected by the electromagnetic currents of our computers, cell phones and AC electrical grid in our homes.

But for most of us, the field of man-made EMF's has disruptive, and potentially very harmful, effects upon our body's meridian system -- which is the "analog nervous system" that keeps our body/mind's self-healing mechanisms functioning properly. Instead of resonating -- via the acupuncture meridian and dantian/chakra systems -- with the Earth's electromagnetic field, we begin to resonate with various man-made EMF and WiFi devices, which interrupts the natural intelligence of our body's own electrical system.

So -- what to do? I strongly recommend investing in some kind of EMF protection device. Two that I've reviewed on this site are EarthCalm's Nova Pendant and Infinity Home Protection System. All of EarthCalm's products are excellent -- the best EMF protection devices that I've come across, to date -- but you may find something that works even better for you, in preserving the integrity of your precious meridian system.

The Author: Reninger, Elizabeth. "The Meridian System: Channels of Awareness." Learn Religions, Sep. 16, 2021,


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Food is not just calories, it is information. It talks to your DNA and tells what to do. The most powerful tool to change your health, environment and entire world is your fork. ~ Dr. Mark Hyman



A healthy lifestyle is important for everyone. However, it’s not always easy to know how to create one. With so much advice and information, it can be tough to figure out what steps you need to take to make lasting changes. That’s why we created this practical guide on how to improve your health through simple habits. This article will outline the basics of creating a healthy lifestyle and provide tips on how to maintain it over time.

What Is A Healthy Lifestyle?

A healthy lifestyle is an approach to living that considers physical, mental, and emotional health. This means eating nutritious food, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, taking time for yourself, managing stress effectively and avoiding bad habits such as smoking or drinking too much alcohol.

A healthy lifestyle is more than just a series of individual habits; it’s about creating balance in your life to fully enjoy all aspects of life.

You can also look at a healthy lifestyle as an overall attitude or outlook. It’s about living in the present moment and recognizing that all choices impact your well-being.

Finally, a healthy lifestyle means cultivating habits that help you feel good in your mind, body, and spirit.

Why Is It Important To Have A Healthy Lifestyle?

Creating a healthy lifestyle is beneficial for both your physical and mental well-being.

Regular exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight, prevent disease, improve sleep, reduce stress, and increase energy levels. Eating nutritious food is key to keeping your body strong and in good condition. Quality sleep gives your body the chance to rest and repair itself. Taking time for yourself allows you to disconnect from everyday stresses and recharge. Managing stress effectively helps you maintain focus and avoid burnout. Avoiding bad habits like smoking or drinking too much also contributes to feeling happier and healthier overall.

Understanding How To Create A Healthy Lifestyle

Creating a healthy lifestyle is not an overnight process. It takes time, effort and commitment to make lasting changes. However, you don’t have to drastically change your entire routine at once. Small steps each day can add up to big changes in the long run.

Start by assessing your current lifestyle and habits. Take some time to reflect on what is working for you and where there could be room for improvement. Identifying areas that need attention will help you set achievable goals for yourself. Once you have identified your goals, break them down into smaller, manageable tasks. This way, it won’t seem so overwhelming when trying to tackle everything at once.

Create strategies for how you will reach these goals. For example, if your goal is to eat healthier, make a meal plan for the week or create a grocery list of healthy items to buy at the store. If your goal is to reduce stress, think of activities that help you destress such as yoga, meditation or taking a walk in nature.

Keep track of your progress and celebrate small successes along the way. This will encourage you to keep going and help keep you motivated towards your long-term goals. You can also connect with others who have similar goals which can be very helpful when it comes to staying on track. Remember that creating a healthy lifestyle takes time; don’t give up even if it’s hard at times.

A Guide to Healthy Habits

Eating Healthy: Eating a balanced diet is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle. Eating plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins can help ensure your body is getting all the nutrients it needs. Also limiting processed foods and sugar can help maintain overall health.

Exercising Regularly: Incorporate physical activity into your daily routine to keep your body strong and healthy. This could be anything from taking a walk around the block or biking to work to joining an exercise class or hitting the gym. Find something you enjoy doing so it’s easier to stick with in the long term.

Getting Enough Sleep: Getting 7-9 hours of quality sleep each night helps restore energy levels and aid in proper mental functioning. Ensure your bedroom is dark, quiet, and comfortable to help promote a good night’s rest.

Managing Stress: Learning how to manage stress is essential for overall well-being. Try activities such as yoga, deep breathing exercises or taking time for yourself to do something calming like reading a book or listening to music.

Having Fun: Taking the time to enjoy life is important for overall health and happiness. Find hobbies you enjoy doing, plan fun activities with family or friends, and make time for relaxation on a regular basis. Laughing and smiling can also help reduce stress levels!

Managing Weight: Cellulite, or the dimpling of skin that is most commonly found on the thighs and buttocks, is a common issue for many. Cellulite can be difficult to treat, but regular exercise and healthy eating habits can help reduce its appearance. In addition, a certain Cellulite Treatment may be used to temporarily improve the look of cellulite.

Improving Mental Health

Taking care of your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Eat a healthy diet, getting plenty of sleep and finding ways to manage stress can all help improve or maintain mental well-being. Find activities that make you feel relaxed and happy such as listening to music or journaling. Connecting with family and friends can also be beneficial for mental health.

Creating a healthier lifestyle doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Start small by assessing your current habits and making achievable goals. You can start seeing positive changes with dedication and perseverance in no time! Keeping track of progress, connecting with others who share similar goals, engaging in enjoyable activities, eating nutritious foods and managing stress will help create a healthier, happier you!

Maintaining a Healthy Routine

Creating and maintaining a healthy routine is key to living a healthier lifestyle. Start by setting realistic goals for yourself and creating a plan to achieve them. This could be anything from drinking more water, exercising three times per week or getting 7-9 hours of sleep each night. Schedule time into your day for these activities so they become part of your daily routine. Additionally, plan ahead when it comes to meals;

Additionally, planning ahead when it comes to meals can be helpful. By prepping your meals for the week, you set yourself up for success and minimize the risk of unhealthy eating. Choose healthy ingredients that are easy to prepare, such as lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and healthy fats. Of course, if time allows, preparing home-cooked meals is ideal; however, there are also many healthy and convenient meal options available.

Incorporating Supplements into Your Diet

Although a balanced diet should provide your body with most of the essential vitamins and minerals, supplements can help ensure you’re getting all the nutrients you need. Talk to your doctor or nutritionist about which supplements are right for you and follow their recommended dosages.

Common accessories include omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, calcium and probiotics. This will also help you create healthy lifestyle habits that will stick with you for the long run.

Remember, it takes time and patience to see results, so don’t give up if you don’t achieve your goals right away! With a bit of dedication and passion, you can build a healthier life for yourself.

Maintain an Active Lifestyle

Staying physically active is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle. Incorporating exercise into your daily routine will help keep your body strong and improve overall health. Aim to get at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day and incorporate variety into your workouts. This could be anything from light stretching, going for a walk or hike outside, cycling, swimming, playing sports, or yoga. Finding an activity you enjoy is important so it doesn’t feel like a chore!

How to Handle Stress and Anxiety

Stress and anxiety can have a negative impact on your mental and physical health. Finding ways to manage these feelings will help you lead a healthier lifestyle. Exercise, mindfulness activities, journaling or yoga, are all great options for managing stress and anxiety. Additionally, connecting with family and friends, getting enough sleep and engaging in enjoyable activities can also help reduce stress levels.

In addition, there are many holistic approaches to managing stress and anxiety. For example, herbal remedies such as chamomile, lavender or kava can be used to support the body’s natural healing processes.

Aromatherapy is another popular option; essential oils like lavender, lemon or peppermint can help reduce stress levels and promote relaxation.

Finally, incorporating adaptogenic herbs such as ginseng, ashwagandha or maca root can help your body better cope with stress.

Living a healthier lifestyle starts with small steps—build habits that work for you and stick with them! First, of course, it’s important to recognize when you need help. Seek out mental health professionals or nutritionists if necessary. You can create a healthier version of yourself with the right combination of healthy habits, supplements and support.


“If you realize that all things change, there is nothing you will try to hold on to.” - Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching


By ABP News Bureau

Chronic respiratory disorders such as asthma and tuberculosis are on the rise and air pollution is a major contributor to the surge. This can be controlled using natural ingredients.

The situation appears bleak and alarming, but with some good lifestyle adjustments and the use of natural Ayurvedic immune boosters, respiratory disorders can be managed for the rest of your life.

Here are 5 herbs that help to improve respiratory health:

1. Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is frequently used to treat congestion and coughing. The leaves of the eucalyptus plant contain cineole, a chemical with anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and expectorant effects.

2. Tulsi

Tulsi is a common Ayurvedic herb that can be found in practically every Indian household. It contains a high concentration of antioxidants, zinc, and vitamin C, which naturally promotes immunity. Tulsi also has antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties that help to improve respiratory health and fight infections. Tulsi leaf juice with honey can be used to treat bronchitis, asthma, influenza, cough, and cold. It also helps with blood purification and increases pulmonary blood flow.

3. Thyme

Thyme is an expectorant that has traditionally been used to treat coughs and bronchitis. It contains chemicals that can aid in the breakdown of mucus and its removal. It contains antibacterial, antitussive, and expectorant chemicals such as thymol, carvacrol, and rosmarinic acid.

4. Licorice Root

This component is commonly chewed to treat sore throats and coughs, but it can also aid with a variety of chronic ailments such as pneumonia, bronchitis, and asthma. Glycyrrhizin, a tannin found in liquorice root, is an active element that helps boost lung capacity and strengthen the body's defenses against infections. It also contains compounds that can help to reduce inflammation and soothe irritation in the respiratory system.

5. Peppermint

Current research indicates that peppermint can help to improve lung function. Menthol, which is found in the mint family, has antispasmodic properties. It acts as a decongestant, which means it helps to relax swollen nasal membranes and loosen mucus that has become caught in the respiratory route. 


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