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WHAT'S THE Pulse of Oriental Medicine FOR?
More than 42% of Americans use such alternative medicine therapies as acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. Most of them receive incredible benefits ranging from pain relief and emotional lifts to major life change. Media like Newsweek have already introduced this topic to the masses. But, there's no comprehensive and reliable resource on this topic for the public and the media - is there?
The Pulse of Oriental Medicine is a web resource for the general public that has reached hundreds of thousands of readers around the world. The Pulse website contains more than 300 easy-to-understand articles written by numerous experts - acupuncturists, medical doctors, and herbalists.
The Pulse fulfills the alternative medicine reader's pressing need for safe and practical guidance. It explains when Chinese medicine is best, covers the unique power of Chinese medicine, reveals important research about herbs and acupuncture, highlights potential drug-herb interactions, and provides advice on how to choose a good practitioner.
How Does The Pulse Get All This Done?
I founded the Pulse of Oriental Medicine in 1999 to share with readers all over the world my enthusiasm about Chinese medicine. I want to make these great healing solutions easy to find and easy to use.
Our original monicker, "The Pulse of Oriental Medicine," was chosen for its double meaning; 'Oriental Medicine' was chosen over 'Chinese Medicine' because important and distinct styles of acupuncture and herbs evolved in other Asian countries such as Korean and Japan. The pulse is a key method of physical examination in Oriental Medicine. While biomedical practitioners note only the rate of the pulse, for acupuncturists, factors such as depth, strength, and quality (there are 27) in each of 3 positions at 3 depths on each wrist are significant indicators of both health and disease. So 'pulse' signifies character, depth of information, and, in another sense, tells you what is going on right now.
Take a look at our website, www.PulseMed.org. I hope you enjoy it! All of our articles are available for reprint, and many of our authors are available for interview. If you have any questions, just get in touch with us, and let us know how we can help you.
All the best!
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