Long Term Physiological Effects of Psychological Stress According to Nei Jing and Modern Research

The physiological effects of psychological stress can linger long in the life of an individual.  The measurable effects from stress begin instantly and endure:“The stress response can be viewed as an intereactional process that causes psychophysiologic reactions that are immediate and can occur up to and including physiologic events three weeks after confrontation with theContinue reading “Long Term Physiological Effects of Psychological Stress According to Nei Jing and Modern Research”

The Difference Between “Sham Acupuncture” and “True Acupuncture” Must be Clarified.

As acupuncture and Eastern Medicine become more mainstream, more misleading research is appearing in the news. It is important to clarify any possible mistakes. In an attempt to create a placebo group for acupuncture trials, researchers have been needling nonspecific acupuncture points in what is called, the “sham” acupuncture group, and needling specific acupuncture pointsContinue reading “The Difference Between “Sham Acupuncture” and “True Acupuncture” Must be Clarified.”

Treating Feather Picking in Parrots

Feather Picking is a difficult condition to treat for parrot owners and vets alike. A 1993 study on 28 parrots by Worell and Farber showed: “Certain types of birds, in particular, Umbrella Cockatoos and Moluccan Cockatoos, show very positive and beneficial responses to acupuncture therapy for feather picking.” Nei Jing Eastern Medicine has been successfulContinue reading “Treating Feather Picking in Parrots”