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COLD & FLU TIPS

$14.00

5.0 (2 reviews)

ARE YOU A PRACTITIONER?
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Chinese Medicine is not just a medical system developed over thousands of years, it teaches the art of living a healthy, balanced life. Important aspects of this lifestyle are living in harmony with the natural world, changing lifestyle habits according to the seasons, and striving for balance with our emotions, between work and play, as well as between physical, mental and spiritual activities.

This sheet gives information about
Tips for Colds & Flu

This sheet includes sections on:

• The difference between a cold and the flu
• a chart that lists the difference between symptoms in cold and flu
• Section on personal hygiene practices and why they are important in the treatment and prevention of colds and flu
• Why wearing a scarf is an important preventative measure in Chinese Medicine
• Section on acupressure and a powerful acupressure point protocol for boosting the immune system & for symptoms of colds and flu
• Description of each point, symptoms it is used for and description of the location
• Image of each point to help with locating it
• Acupressure point protocol and method
• Section on tea tree essential oil
• 2 ways to use tea tree oil for prevention and treatment of colds and flu
• Section on soups, congee and bone broths
• Section on the kidneys in Chinese Medicine, winter cooking methods and food list for beneficial winter foods

 

**DISCLAIMER – This sheet presents information only and is intended to help relieve symptoms of common ailments, and is not a substitute for medical advice.**

This is a three-page document and is downloaded as a PDF.

**This purchase will allow you to download one copy, and it is for personal use only. Any reproductions for sale or profit are strictly prohibited. All content is the property of Chinese Medicine Living LLC.**

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ARE YOU A PRACTITIONER?
PLEASE SEE OUR PRO SHOP – CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS SHEET FOR YOUR PRACTICE.

Chinese Medicine is not just a medical system developed over thousands of years, it teaches the art of living a healthy, balanced life. Important aspects of this lifestyle are living in harmony with the natural world, changing lifestyle habits according to the seasons, and striving for balance with our emotions, between work and play, as well as between physical, mental and spiritual activities.

This sheet gives information about
Tips for Colds & Flu

This sheet includes sections on:

• The difference between a cold and the flu
• a chart that lists the difference between symptoms in cold and flu
• Section on personal hygiene practices and why they are important in the treatment and prevention of colds and flu
• Why wearing a scarf is an important preventative measure in Chinese Medicine
• Section on acupressure and a powerful acupressure point protocol for boosting the immune system & for symptoms of colds and flu
• Description of each point, symptoms it is used for and description of the location
• Image of each point to help with locating it
• Acupressure point protocol and method
• Section on tea tree essential oil
• 2 ways to use tea tree oil for prevention and treatment of colds and flu
• Section on soups, congee and bone broths
• Section on the kidneys in Chinese Medicine, winter cooking methods and food list for beneficial winter foods

 

**DISCLAIMER – This sheet presents information only and is intended to help relieve symptoms of common ailments, and is not a substitute for medical advice.**

This is a three-page document and is downloaded as a PDF.

**This purchase will allow you to download one copy, and it is for personal use only. Any reproductions for sale or profit are strictly prohibited. All content is the property of Chinese Medicine Living LLC.**

2 reviews for COLD & FLU TIPS

  1. Ben

    Really good info and format.

  2. Jenny

    Was able to give this to my mother who is always looking for natural ways to keep healthy. She loved it, thank you!

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