Tag Archives: Seasonal allergies

How to Treat Seasonal Allergies with Acupuncture

If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you may be starting to feel the early twinges of springtime allergies. In a previous post, “Spring time allergies? Start Treating Them In the Winter,”  I discussed how the ideal treatment plan for seasonal allergies is to treat the allergies for a full season before your trouble season (roughly […]

Three treatments to minimize springtime allergies

If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you may be starting to feel the early twinges of springtime allergies. Since our winter is wrapping up rather mildly in Eastern Washington (I’m sorry east coast), field burning and pollen are starting to affect our air quality. In a previous post, “Spring time allergies? Start Treating Them In […]

Spring time allergies? Start treating them in the winter.

If you suffer from chronic springtime allergies, the best time to treat them naturally with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine is for the duration of the winter. In East Asian medical philosophy, seasonal illnesses that pop up the same time each year respond best when treatment is started the season before. Specifically with spring time […]

Seasonal Allergies and Other Cyclical Summer Ailments

In Chinese medicine, the seasons can play a major role in your personal healthcare. Specific weather patterns ebb and flow with the seasons, just as certain health concerns take on a cyclical pattern. Some common health concerns that have a cyclical nature are seasonal allergies, autoimmune disorders, and some mental health conditions. If one struggles […]