Herbs for Energy
If you could see energy, what would you look like?
If you looked in the mirror and saw the radiant heat emanating from your body, the magnetic energy surrounding you, and the electrical pulses coursing through your brain and nervous system, activating your muscles and heart, you might look more like some glowing creature from outer space than a fleshy human being.
But this is not imaginary. Despite being invisible, the energy is real, and you are in every way, an actual glowing, vibrating, pulsating energetic creature.
Chinese Medicine is all about energy
The word for energy is 'Qi' and it can be defined by its effects. Qi, creates motion and heat. Qi flows, moving the blood and all the fluids. Qi activates, to make the muscles contract, the heart beat, and the glands secrete. Qi regulates every cell.
Chinese medicine has long understood that a key to good health is the normal flow of Qi. If Qi is abundant and flowing, your body is healthy. If Qi is weak, excessive, or misdirected, you will have a problem.
The effect of energy on our health, seems so obvious an idea, it's hard to understand how Western medicine has missed this point for so long.
Some Common Formulas for Energy
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