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Traditional Chinese Medicine related articles, interviews, and news to support practitioner and student knowledge and lifelong learning. Select your favorite podcast provider to subscribe and get notified of new recordings!
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Chinese Medicine Podcast

Marie Hopkinson

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Dedicated to helping people understand Chinese Medicine, The Chinese Medicine Podcast is run by Herbalist and Acupuncturist, Marie Hopkinson. Marie appreciates your reviews :) The Chinese Medicine Podcast (CMP) started out in 2013 just as a a way for Marie to share the self help aspects of Chinese medicine with her own patients via youtube, but soon found that people all over the world were watching and benefiting from Marie's Chinese medicine videos, and now we're on audio too!
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The objective is to share great knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and any kinds of Alternative Medicine by sharing my recording while I am reading English books at laud. It is my English learning and Natural medicine studying purpose. Hope those recordings help somebody learn and satisfy one's interests. Enjoy!
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Join Dr. Igor Micunovic to explore the history, healing, and combination of Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, feng shui, food, diet, wellness and exercises, diseases prevention, spirituality, body-soul-mind transformation, natural treatments and holistic medicine. Host Dr. Igor Micunovic, is an expert in Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, and personal transformation. Dr Igor Micunovic is the president of Educational Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies - WFC ...
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Welcome to AcuPro, a show dedicated to making Chinese medicine & acupuncture easy to grasp and fun to learn. Hi, I’m your host Clara Cohen, I support practitioners & students like you in changing the world one patient at a time. My goal is to share my passion for TCM, and empower YOU to achieve superior patient care. I love to showcase the amazing benefits of Acupuncture, because after all Chinese medicine ROCKS! I created FREE Chinese medicine treatment protocols, Acupuncture case studies, ...
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Integrating Chinese Medicine

Elizabeth Cullen and Georgia Payten

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Hosted by Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists Elizabeth Cullen BHlthSc (TCM), MWomHMED and Georgia Payten BHlthSc (TCM). Integrating Chinese Medicine podcast provides an educational platform for listeners to integrate Eastern practices and philosophy into their daily life. Through discussing all facets of Conventional and Chinese Medicine, listeners can begin to become advocates of their own health. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Classical Chinese Medicine

Classical Chinese Medicine Society

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Please join us on our journey as we humbly attempt to share the history, development and original nature of Chinese Medicine. Our mission is to serve humanity by bringing 'the lost treasure' of Ancient Chinese Medicine back into modern day society.
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Living Yin is a podcast dedicated to all things Yin Yoga, Chinese Medicine and meditation related. In each and every podcast you will enjoy Yin Yoga Theory, Chinese medicine wisdom, interviews with experts and the most up-to-date information about the science of Yin. I look forward to sharing the wonderful world of Yin Yoga with you.
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Are you ready to transform your passion for acupuncture and Chinese medicine into a booming practice? You do not want to miss this action-packed episode full of step-by-step tips. Get ready to take notes 📝 because my guest, Dr. Drew Jamieson is here to serve the tea! 🍵 Key points in this episode: How to overcome your fear and get out of your comfor…
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Zang Fu The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Functions, Interrelationships and Patterns of Disharmony in Theory and Practice Author :Jeremy Ross Page 161-166 Chapter 13 Review of the Five Zang Functions Main Functions of the Five Zang Shen (Kidney 腎) Sores Jing Foundation of Yin & Yang Pi (Spleen 脾) Rules Transportation & Transformati…
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This is a direct follow on from Part 1, for definition of burnout, and talking about the five element aspects of PURPOSE , please watch part 1 first. This part covers - Joy and the fire element Energy /tiredness and the Water element Chinese medicine based Strategies to overcome burnout - getting passion back - motivation - tiredness / energy- 24:0…
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In this episode, Dana Yates covers Katrina Hanson's article on how TCM offers a unique approach to transgender healthcare. Yin & Yang theory, beyond simplistic categories, recognizes the dynamic interplay of masculine and feminine energies within all individuals. You can access the written article here. Select your favorite podcast provider to subs…
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Full script at: www.tcmpodcast.me Intro: In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) existence of facia and interstitium has been known for thousands of years. Chinese call it San Jiao (Chin. 三焦) and consider it an organ. In English is translated as “Triple Burner”. In TCM, Triple Burner is responsible for various functions including dividing the body ca…
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Zang Fu Chapter 12 Xin Bao (Pericardium : 心包) and San Jiao (Triple Burner:三焦) Xin Bao (心包) Functions Patterns of Disharmony San Jiao (三焦) The four main conception of San Jiao San Jiao as the Three Divisions of the body San Jiao as part of the Six Stages San Jiao Classification of Warm Diseases San Jiao as Three Divisions 2. San Jiao as the Fu syste…
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How do we manage Rheumatoid Arthritis as Chinese Medicine practitioners? This chronic autoimmune condition that causes inflammation in the joints can be frustrating for patients to manage. Thankfully, TCM can help! Let's break down Arthritis and dive into how Chinese Medicine can help with study-based treatment methods! Western & TCM perspectives P…
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In this episode, you will hear an interview with Valerie Hobbs, a licensed acupuncturist who specializes in herbal medicine and acupuncture for women's health and infertility. Valerie shares insights and experience spanning her career as a healthcare provider since 1979. You can access the original video here. Select your favorite podcast provider …
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There are no wrong treatments in Chinese medicine, only the wrong diagnosis. The key to having a successful outcome for all our patients starts with diagnosis, and that's probably the hardest part of Chinese medicine. Today we are breaking down Chinese Medicine Diagnosis, into 9 parts. Whether you are a practitioner or a student, you don't want to …
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In this episode, Dr. Skye Sturgeon delves into the root causes of osteoporosis in women from a TCM viewpoint, emphasizing the role of Kidney Jing and hormonal harmony. Discover how TCM herbal formulas can potentially mitigate these imbalances and support bone health. You can access the written article here. Select your favorite podcast provider to …
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Are you a student on your way to writing your acupuncture exams? Do you want to improve your TCM diagnosis skills? I have an episode for YOU, rock star! I sat down with a TCM student who wondered about the same questions you have. Whether you are also a student or a seasoned practitioner, you are sure to get use out of this episode! Key points in t…
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In this episode, Yvonne Lau, President of Mayway Herbs discusses the formula Si Wu Tang and how it’s mentioned in Lisa See’s novel, Lady Tan’s Circle of Women. You'll learn about the history of Si Wu Tang, from its trauma treatment origins to its modern use in women's health, and its literary links across a millennium from ancient text to modern tr…
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Is 'marketing' a trigger word for you? It is often quickly noted and brushed over as you come to the end of the acupuncture program. Then, you enter the world as a practitioner, with only a few clues on how to find your patients and grow that dream practice. I'm thrilled to bring you a mover and a shaker: Michelle Grasek. She is an acupuncturist ma…
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Do some of your patients experience debilitating mood swings and anxiety in the days leading up to their periods? They may not just be suffering from PMS – it could be PMDD, a severe form that significantly disrupts daily life. This episode with Dr. Kim Peirano explores PMDD, its symptoms, and how Traditional Chinese Medicine can offer natural solu…
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Get ready to extinguish the FIRE🔥I'm diving head first into excess Heat, deficiency Heat, and Yin deficiency! As practitioners, it's imperative to recognize different patterns, understand the underlying imbalances, and apply our knowledge to promote balance and cool the fire. Key points in this episode: Distinguish the differences between these ver…
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Zang Fu Chapter 11-1 Fei (Lungs) and Da Chang (Large Intestine) Fei Functions Rules Qi and Governs Respiration Dispersing and Descending Function Moves and Adjusts the Water Channels Rules the Exterior of the Body Opens into the Nose; Manifests in the Body Hair Patterns of Disharmony Deficient of Fei Qi Deficient of Fei Yin Invasion of Fei by Wind …
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Zang Fu Chapter 10-2 Xin and Xiao Chang (Heart and Small Intestine) Xiao Chang (small intestine) Functions Patterns of Disharmony - Deficient Cold in Xiao Chang - Stagnant Qi of Xiao Chang a) Obstructed Qi of Xiao Chang b) Excess Heat in Xiao Chang
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Zang Fu Chapter 10-1 Xin (Heart) and Xiao Chang(Small Intestine) Xin Functions 1. Rules Xue and Xue Mai 2. Stores Shen 3. Opens into the Tongue: Manifests in the Face Patterns of Disharmony Yang Deficiency: - Deficient Xin Qi - Deficient Xin Yang - Stagnant Xin Xue - Cold Phlegm Misting Xin Yin Deficiency: - Deficient Xin Xue - Deficient Xin Yin - …
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Zang Fu Chapter 8 Pi (Spleen) and Wei (Stomach) - 3 Wei Functions Patterns of Disharmony Retention of Fluid in Wei due to Cold Retention of Food in Wei Deficiency of Wei Yin Blazing Wei Fire Other Wei Disharmonies Summary
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In this episode, Raven Lang discusses ancient Chinese texts that offer surprising insights into the 2nd trimester. She explores fetal development, meridian theory, and pulse diagnosis for a unique perspective on this stage of pregnancy. You can access the written article here. Select your favorite podcast provider to subscribe and get notified of n…
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Did you know Chinese Medicine has a profound impact on those who are fighting and recovering from cancer? A staggering ~60% of cancer survivors have ongoing physical and emotional challenges. Join me for this special, two-part episode where we discuss this delicate, but vital topic. In the first half, I discuss all the protocols I use while patient…
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After a year hiatus, Elizabeth and Georgia are back with, How we sat the first forty days - Our Postpartum experience as TCM Practitioners. Over the past year both hosts have welcomed the arrival of their daughters and whilst undergoing the process of Matrescence Elizabeth and Georgia had a break from the studio. Your hosts are now back on the micr…
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David Heron returns to tackle atopic dermatitis, part 2! Join us as David shares the case study of M.J.'s journey, exploring treatments and formulas for lasting relief. You can access the written article here. Select your favorite podcast provider to subscribe and get notified of new recordings! Visit David Heron's website here. Looking for Part 1?…
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Full script at: www.tcmpodcast.meEverything in Tao exists in a synchronistic relationship. Tao transmits the breath of life that powers the universe. It is considered that the Tao surrounds the universe and transmits different patterns of energy into the universe. The macrocosm communicates with the microcosm, and different patterns might affect an…
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Have you ever wondered why you feel energized at dawn? Or why do you thrive at night instead? According to TCM, the answer lies in the natural rhythms and cycles that surround us. In this episode, we explore these rhythms and how we can align with them to optimize our well-being and stay in harmony with nature and our internal clocks. Join me today…
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In this episode, Dr. Jasmine Oberste delves into the fascinating story of the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden's Chinese Medicinal Herb Garden. You'll discover how this unique garden came to be, learn about the surprising number of medicinal plants you might already have growing around your house, and explore the joy of cultivating your own herbal oasi…
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Have you ever considered that your emotional well-being could be intricately linked to your digestive health? Dr. Alex Dragan is the master of Gut Health. She is a practicing Naturopathic Doctor, and she also practices acupuncture! This resulted in an intriguing conversation about Gut Health in Naturopathic Medicine and Chinese Medicine. Key points…
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In this episode, Janet Borges discusses Er Long Zuo Ci Wan, a formula commonly used to address tinnitus linked to Kidney and Liver Yin deficiency. You'll hear about a case study and explore its potential applications. Learn how this time-tested formula might benefit your patients experiencing tinnitus. You can access the written article here. Selec…
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Have you incorporated Feng Shui into your clinic space? If you're not too familiar with Feng Shui, get ready to take some notes! 📝 I designed my clinic space using Feng Shui. I created a flowing, healing, and inviting environment in which patients feel immediately welcomed and able to relax 🙏🏼 Key points in this episode: The Ba Gua Map and how you …
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Well, this turned out to be a series... Answering a subscribers request for a video about burnout, then asking for more subscriber questions... here's my take on Chinese medicine and burnout. Part 1 (THIS VIDEO) Burnout - Intro - What is it? Classical understanding of our physical and emotional connection - reading from Chapter 8 of the Ling Shu Re…
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Many are using TCM alongside prescription COVID-19 drugs. But can these therapies mix safely? In this episode Dr. Skye Sturgeon, explores potential interactions between herbs and drugs, using the example of Paxlovid and Qingfei Paidu decoction. Learn how these treatments might work together or against each other, and discover resources for a deeper…
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Are you wondering how to bridge the connection between internal health and your patients' facial glow? I explored this subject with my friend and respected colleague, Dr. Rebecca Stephens, a TCM practitioner who advocates natural beauty through ancient practices. We dove head-first into the transformative power of Cosmetic Acupuncture. Dr. Stephens…
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In this episode, David Heron delves into the complexities of atopic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema, and explores the potential pitfalls of overreliance on topical steroid creams. He also highlights the promise of Traditional Chinese Medicine as a potential solution. You can access the written article here. Select your favorite podcast provide…
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Happy Spring, rock stars! In Chinese medicine, Springtime is known as Liver time🌸 Do you want to better support your patients who are dealing with Liver pattern issues? Well, a big component is Nutrition. In this episode, I discuss all things Liver. Get tools, recipes, and recommendations to elevate your practice and your patients' nutrition, while…
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Zang Fu Chapter 9 Gan (Liver 肝) and Dan (Gallbladder胆) Gan (Liver) Functions Rules Free-flowing of Qi Stores Xue Rules the Tendons Opens into the Eyes; Manifests in the Nails Patterns of DIsharmony Depression of Gan Qi
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In this episode, Dr. Kim Peirano discusses the TCM approach to helping patients with an overactive bladder. Dr. Kim will take a look at acupuncture treatment and Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation for patients struggling with Overactive Bladder and how herbs can be another adjunctive option to help curb symptoms and treatment of the root of the …
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The feet hold a microsystem that reflects the whole body. As acupuncturists, we know the body has multiple microsystems, but sadly, most of us aren't taught foot reflexology in TCM school. If you aren't familiar with today's guest, Suzanne Chilton (aka the Foot Guru) you are in for a treat. Suzanne has helped thousands worldwide incorporate reflexo…
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In this episode, Janet Borges discusses the classical formula Qi Bao Mei Ran Dan, or Seven Treasures for Hair. In TCM, deficiency of almost every kind, especially of Jing and Blood, can manifest as hair concerns. In this episode, you'll learn how this formula, originally designed to address fertility issues, has a wide range of applications in mode…
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Do you agree that Spleen Qi Deficiency has become really prevalent in clinical practice? In this 10th episode, I explore this very common deficiency from all angles to give you and your patients the best tools for treatment. Key points in this episode: Functions and responsibilities of the Spleen, according to TCM Spleen Qi Deficiency's consequence…
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Zang fu Chapter 8 Pi (Spleen) and Wei (Stomach)-2 Pi Patterns of Disharmony 3. Inability of Pi to Govern Xue 4. Sinking of Pi Qi 5. Invasion of Pi by Cold and Dump 6. Damp Heat Accumulates in Pi 7. Turbid Phlegm Disturbing the Head Summary
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Zang fu Chapter 8 Pi (Spleen) and Wei (Stomach)-1 Pi Functions Rules Transformation and Transportation Rules the Muscles and the Limbs Governs Xue Holds up the Organs Opens into the Mouth; Manifests in the Lips Fluids, Damp and Phlegm Patterns of Disharmony Deficient Pi Qi Deficient Pi Yang
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In this episode, Yvonne Lau, the President of Mayway Herbs, discusses the TCM perspective on hair loss. For millennia, vibrant hair has been a symbol of health, vitality, and beauty. Traditional Chinese Medicine recognizes this connection, viewing hair health as a reflection of the body's internal balance. This episode delves into the causes of hai…
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Zang Fu Chapter 7 Shen (Kidneys) and Pang Guang (Bladder) 1 Shen Functions 1. Stores Jing a. Rules birth, growth, development, and reproduction b. Rules bones 2. Foundation of Yin Yang 3. Rules the Water 4. Rules Reception of Qi 5. Opens into the Ears; Manifests in the Hair
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Do you ever get asked by friends, family, patients, and peers, "Is there any evidence-based acupuncture research?" If you haven't heard of today's guest, Sandro Graca, where have you been? As a fellow of the Acupuncture & TCM Board of Reproductive Medicine, a Director at Evidence-based Acupuncture, and a board member of the Society for Acupuncture …
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