Traditional Chinese Medicine

Sea-Band – Myles Reviews

July 7, 2016 // 0 Comments

As many will know, I am on a never-ending quest to find something to cure my increasingly violent hangovers and Sea-Band sounded perfect. This is because it claims to provide “effective drug-free relief from many forms of nausea including travel, motion, and morning sickness. The product itself consists of two thin sweat bands with a plastic nub on the inside that puts pressure on your wrists – specifically on the P6 (Nei-Kuan) acupressure points. According to their website “illness [...]

Sea-Band Review

July 5, 2016 // 2 Comments

Unbelievably I have managed to survive another rotation of the sun and, like every year wanted to do something exciting for my birthday. Unfortunately, because I have been snowed under with work, I had no free time to organise anything with friends. At the last moment out of a mixture frustration and a drive not to waste the 2 days I miraculously managed to get off work, I convinced one of my buddies to take the ferry from Newcastle to Amsterdam for the day. Despite taking over 17 hours to get [...]

A Traditional Chinese Medicine Cancer Cure

August 7, 2015 // 0 Comments

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a collection of a broad range of healing practices sharing common concepts that developed over thousands of years in what we know today as China. These practices evolved long before the development of science-based medicine. Although most people see TCM as complementary to orthodox medicine for those suffering relatively trivial problems, some market it toward those suffering from serious health conditions with the promise of helping with their symptoms or, [...]

A Traditional Chinese Medicine Cancer Cure

July 6, 2015 // 7 Comments

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a collection of a broad range of healing practices sharing common concepts that developed over thousands of years in what we know today as China. These practices evolved long before the development of science-based medicine and include such pseudo-medical procedures as Gua Sha, Cupping, and acupuncture to name a few. Many attempts have been made to prove the validity of such practices but because, for the most part, they are based on superstitions and the [...]