The Curious Case of Shi Gao

Shi Gao is one of the most important Chinese Herbs.  Although not widely used in modern day herbalism, it was at one point indispensable for treating epidemic diseases, particularly if they presented with a high fever.  Modern day herbalism in the U.S. typically does not treat conditions with high fevers as these presentations are usually…

Shi Gao is one of the most important Chinese Herbs.  Although not widely used in modern day herbalism, it was…

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Acupuncture for Pain Management

Using Acupuncture to help with Pain Management

Rebel Med Northwest Acupuncturist Dr. Brendon Fegan discusses how he uses acupuncture to help with pain management in Ballard. A famous Acupuncture doctor once said, “ Bu tong ze tong, tong ze bu tong” which translates into English as “If there is no pain, there is movement, if there is pain, there is no movement”.…

Rebel Med Northwest Acupuncturist Dr. Brendon Fegan discusses how he uses acupuncture to help with pain management in Ballard. A…

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Roasted Pear and Honey Recipe

Autumn Comforts Sink into autumn with this delicious Roasted Pear and Honey recipe. Autumn is a sacred time of year in many cultures. In agricultural cultures that lived in temperate climates like places in ancient China, or in our own Pacific Northwest, It is a time of harvest as well as contemplation; a time to…

Autumn Comforts Sink into autumn with this delicious Roasted Pear and Honey recipe. Autumn is a sacred time of year…

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Self Care, 2017, Acupuncture, New Year Resolutions, Goals

Self Care in the New year

As 2016 comes to a close, we look forward to a clean slate and new potentials   Many people enjoy keeping with the tradition of making New Year Resolutions. These yearly resolutions are wonderful because they allow us to be mindful of the gifts of both time and self-agency. The transition encourages us to re-assess our lives, be…

As 2016 comes to a close, we look forward to a clean slate and new potentials   Many people enjoy keeping…

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