2 Sites I Regularly Refer People To
I often refer people to other websites. Obviously, I don't (and can't possibly) offer all the answers through my own sites so when I need to I gladly suggest other sites where people might be able to get the help they need.
Here are 2 sites I regularly refer people to:
1. www.eftuniverse.com. Where you can learn a simple self-help method called EFT, based on Chinese acupressure. Gives you the power to deal with your physical and emotional problems.
2. www.acufinder.com. Self-help methods aren't always the best or right way to deal with your health issues. This site can put you in touch with a professional practitioner of acupuncture or Chinese herbal medicine. If there are no listings for your area do a Google search such as "acupuncture + your town".
I am not connected in any way to these 2 websites. Any questions about EFT of finding a practitioner let me know.
The 2-For-1 offer on my site's programs is still on. This is an exclusive offer for readers of Chinese Health Tips - buy one program and get another of your choice at no extra cost. Just email me to let me know which other one you want and I'll send you a link.
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Any questions as always just let me know.
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About the Author
Matthew Scott is a professionally trained Chinese medicine practitioner from Australia. In 2000, after ten years in private practice, Matthew went to China to further his studies for a few months. He’s been there ever since, immersed in the culture, raising a family and showing people worldwide the Chinese way of health.
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