• Harnessing the Mighty Power of Microgreens: 3 Health Benefits You Can’t Ignore
    In the pursuit of better health, we often find ourselves exploring various avenues to enrich our diets with essential nutrients. One such avenue that has gained significant attention in recent years is the incorporation of microgreens into our daily meals. These tiny but mighty greens offer a plethora of health benefits that can make a substantial … Continue reading “Harnessing the Mighty Power of Microgreens: 3 Health Benefits You Can’t Ignore”
  • Kitchari Gut Rebuilder
    My family and I were recently invited to a dinner meal with our new neighbor and his family. Several dishes were prepared and the meal consisted of a variety of bright and vivid colored dishes, all vegetarian and revealed that the “spice/heat” level is only a mere 30% of their usual. Among the dishes was kitchari, … Continue reading “Kitchari Gut Rebuilder”
  • 10 Reasons to Add Mineral Acids into Your Health Routine
    In the pursuit of optimal health and wellness, it’s essential to explore the natural treasures hidden within our environment. Fulvic and humic acids, often overlooked but immensely powerful, have garnered attention in recent years due to their profound nutritional benefits. Derived from organic sources such as soil, these compounds offer a plethora of advantages for the … Continue reading “10 Reasons to Add Mineral Acids into Your Health Routine”
  • Gentle on You: Earth Breeze is just a smarter approach to detergent
    Laundry day shouldn’t be a pain – quite literally! For individuals experiencing neck, shoulder, wrist, or hand pain, the traditional chore of lugging around heavy liquid detergent bottles can exacerbate discomfort. In this blog post, I will share why Earth Breeze is a game-changer for those seeking a laundry solution that’s not only eco-friendly but also … Continue reading “Gentle on You: Earth Breeze is just a smarter approach to detergent”
  • Embracing the Heat: The Trend of Dry Sauna Therapy for Detoxification
    In the realm of wellness, an ancient practice is gaining modern popularity – dry sauna therapy. The trend of using dry saunas for detoxification has captured the attention of health enthusiasts seeking holistic approaches to well-being. In this blog post, we explore the benefits of consistent dry sauna use, supported by findings from published journal entries … Continue reading “Embracing the Heat: The Trend of Dry Sauna Therapy for Detoxification”
  • Evil Bone Water
    Evil Bone Water (EBW) is a Chinese topical medicinal hand-crafted by Saint Apothecary with only empirical grade herbal ingredients in an approved facility. This product is very popular in my clinic because of its wide range of application and its efficacy. Common Uses for EBW Incidental Injuries (particularly sports injuries) Joint Pain Spinal Pain Muscle & … Continue reading “Evil Bone Water”
  • Who’s your NTP?
    Whether your goal is to alleviate pain, lose weight, recover from an injury or offset a sedentary lifestyle, a consistent focus on nutrition is the bedrock of progress. A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) could be your best ally. It should be no surprise that providing your body with the proper building blocks is an absolute must. … Continue reading “Who’s your NTP?”
  • Leaving the Cigna Network
    Cigna will no longer credential acupuncturists to provide services to their members as of September 1, 2021.  Cigna will not accept or process claims for acupuncture services, and all claims will be submitted to American Specialty Health, Inc. (ASH) for processing and payment.  In short, ASH intends to dramatically reduce the payments made to practitioners in … Continue reading “Leaving the Cigna Network”
  • Exploring Meditation
    Go “out of your mind” daily Many of my patients express an interest in meditation but, don’t know where to start.  I am a big fan of the philosopher and educator Alan Watts. He is a scholar of eastern culture and a great number his audio recordings are available online.  With regard to meditation, Watts relates … Continue reading “Exploring Meditation”
  • What is reality?
    Dr. Jordan B. Peterson has recently gained a lot of notice in the hyper-brief media snippet culture of today. Here is just a few minutes of video where builds bridges of meaning and invites us to perceive reality through the lens of a Taoist. TEDxToronto – Dr. Jordan B. Peterson — Redefining Reality As acupuncturist (and … Continue reading “What is reality?”
  • Summer Vacation 2019
    I will be unavailable for appointments and unlikely to respond to communications from: Thursday, August 1 through Thursday, August 8. I will be resuming communications and normal business hours on Friday, August 9. Please use the Client Portal to schedule or modify your appointments.
  • Golden Lentil Soup
    My son has the Midas touch. On several occasions he has been given the task of reviewing and contributing to our weekly meal plans. Once again, he chose a real winner. At roughly $1/serving, this soup is low cost and can be made in large batches. The link provided below will bring you right to the … Continue reading “Golden Lentil Soup”
  • Acu-Demo Event Highlights
    Lots of people tried acupuncture for the first time at The Maryland School for the Blind ’19 Health Fair.
  • Acu-Demo Sign-up
    Want to participate in the acupuncture demo at The Maryland School for the Blind? Find the Quick Consent Form here.
  • Introducing the BioMat 7000MX
    The Professional BioMat 7000MX is a US FDA 510K Approved Medical Device for pain. It provides far infrared rays, negative ion therapy and the superconducting properties of pure amethyst to penetrate and support healing at the cellular level. Thankfully, all one-one-one acupuncture sessions at EASE INTO ACUPUNCTURE incorporate this deeply comfortable treatment addition at no additional cost.
  • Top 5 Reasons for Acupuncture
    Stress Stress is the single most common complaint among my clients. Regardless of the reason for the visit, everyone mentions symptoms associated with stress. They are different for everyone, but most commonly they include one or more of the following: Difficulty sleeping Digestive issues Head, neck, shoulder and back tension Sense of overwhelm, sweating, anxiety and … Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons for Acupuncture”
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