Acupressure is an ancient Chinese treatment based on the fact that chi, or vital energy, circulates in the body along energy pathways, or meridians, linked to different organ systems. Finger pressure is used on acupoints to stimulate and rebalance energy, and to treat ailments such as tension, menstrual cramps, and arthritis.
A technique similar to acupressure, except that fine needles are inserted at specific points along the meridians just under the skin to stimulate, disperse and balance the flow or energy, relieve pain, and treat a variety of chronic, acute and degenerative conditions. Penetrates and stimulates specific points in the body to restore normal energetic balance.
Shiatsu is an oriental system of finger-pressure massage which, like acupressure, treats special points along the invisible channels of energy flow in the body. Blocked energy along these meridians can cause physical discomforts, so the aim is to release the blocks and re-balance the energy flow.
We find some indications in our old literature that Hahnemann was initiated in the Freemason’s lodge at the age of 22 years.
A newly revised International Standard for the detection of Salmonella is expected to help laboratories determine if the levels of Salmonella contamination are within the safety limits to human or animal health.
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Dr. Willmar Schwabe – the oldest name in manufacturing homoeopathic medicines in the world – started to manufacture in 1866 according to the principles established by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann.
On approaching menopause, many women do fear falling into profound moodiness. Even doctors believe this can happen. Until 1980, the American Psychiatric Association listed “involutional melancholia” – a mental disorder that supposedly occurred during menopause – in their official directory of psychiatric diagnoses. But the truth is not nearly so frightening, say psychologists from the University of Pittsburgh.
Human nature is an odd mixture of credulity and incredibility. If you tell a man that there are two hundred and seventy billion stars he will accept your word for it, but if you put up a sign ‘Fresh Paint’ he is never satisfied until he proves it is fresh. I am hoping that all of you here gathered, interested in homoeopathy, will both believe what is to follow and put it to the test.