In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), practitioners believe the body can heal itself and improve circulation to hard to reach areas like the brain. Creating balance and harmony within the body is the goal of TCM and Medical Herbalism. The body’s mechanisms that affect circulation to the brain need support as well. In eastern medicine philosophies, promoting balance and good health can be better achieved through stress reduction activities (like yoga, tai chi or meditation), detoxification, adequate clean water, effective supplementation, healthy diet, exercise and other healthy and natural techniques.*
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