Treated by Acupuncture and Medicinal Herbs
By Kevin Lance Jones, OMD, L.Ac.
and Chinese Medicinal Herbs respond and relieve symptoms of fibromyalgia.
is no known cure for the disease and there is no known cause of Fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia is an autoimmune disease where the body attacks itself. It is not
like Multiple Sclerosis, another autoimmune disease, which has more severe
symptoms and can be debilitating.
is a chronic condition in which you will experience pain in the muscles,
tendons and ligaments.
Migraine Treatment with Corydalis Herb
By Kevin Lance Jones, OMD, L. Ac.
best Chinese herb that treats migraine headaches is Corydalis Yanhusuo. It is
an analgesic and has been used as a Chinese cure for migraine headache for
centuries.As an Acupuncturist, the lacks of
an effective pain killer without harmful side effects led me seek a Chinese herbal
treatment for migraine headaches, chronic pain, acute pain and inflammatory pain.
Corydalis works differently than prescription pain
medications that block pain signals in the brain by filling in the Opiate
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Treated Successfully with Corydalis Herb
I have been treating an
MS patient with the Corydalis herb that has had a tremendous result.
The young woman we will
call “June” has some of the more common MS Symptoms. The most troublesome for
her are the painful low back spasms (muscle contractions like a “Charlie horse),
near constant numbness in her feet, tingling sensations in her feet
and hands and difficulty walking.
Now, let’s get back to
“June.” She sent me a previous email and said: “I have to say though; up until
now I have been VERY pleased with the results.
Acupuncture and Low Back Pain
Of the many persons who seek out Acupuncture for pain management, the vast majority are for pain in the back and specifically pain in the lower back. In mneeded relief.
In dealing with any pain along the back, the location and trajectory of the pain is first clearly identified. Once this is done, it can be determined which pathway the pain falls on. Very thin acupuncture needles are then gently inserted at Acupuncture points local to the area of pain.
The common causes of Low Back Pain.
Food Cravings - How to Deal with Them
There are several ways to manage food cravings. If you try any of the following methods they may be helpful to you in controlling you cravings. When you are trying these methods, make sure that you paid attention to the diminishing of your symptoms.
The first, and very important concept, is to keep your blood balanced. When your blood sugar is low, the nutritional flow to your brain goes down. You might make more bad decisions due to your brain not getting enough nutritional energy.
Vitamin D Deficiency Causes Serious Health Problems
If you shun the sun, suffer from milk allergies, or adhere to a strict vegetarian diet, you may be at risk for Vitamin D deficiency. Known as the sunshine vitamin, Vitamin D is produced by the body in response to sunlight. It is also occurs naturally in a few foods -- including some fish, fish liver oils, and egg yolks -- and in fortified dairy and grain products.
Vitamin D is essential for strong bones because it helps the body use calcium from food and supplements.
Non-Addictive Pain Control Herbal Medicine
I have to say that the herbal granules of Corydalis are really wonderful. Previously my wife, Angel, had low back pain and I gave her a dose of Corydalis and the next morning she was pain free. Yesterday I had low back pain and a touch of Sciatica. Before going to bed I took one gram of the Corydalis granules and when I slept it was a sound sleep. This morning, I have no low back pain or Sciatica. Let me tell you more.
Corydalis (botanical name: Corydalis Yenhusuo) is an herb often used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for pain relief.
I am so happy to announce that I am opening my Acupuncture practice in Torrance, California. After 12 years in China, I am reestablishing my Acupuncture Practice here in sunny Southern California.
As many of you know, I have been in practice since late 1981. After I graduated from UCLA, I received an Advanced Diploma from the Beijing Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine and later an OMD degree (Doctor of Oriental Medicine) when I graduated as Valedictorian at California Acupuncture College.