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Category Archives: Herbal medicine

Viva the Vagus!

posted on 22nd April 2016 by Stefan Chmelik

Vagus Nerve Stimulation   Stefan Chmelik, CEO BioSelf Technology Additional text by by Ann Freeman   Hummingbirds are a mystery. They are incredibly small, and their hearts beat incredibly fast. All zoological precedent should dictate that their lives be drastically short. However, these bright little birds defy biological science by living five times the length […]

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Viva the Vagus!

posted on 22nd April 2016 by Stefan Chmelik

Vagus Nerve Stimulation Stefan Chmelik, CEO BioSelf Technology   Hummingbirds are a mystery. They are incredibly small, and their hearts beat incredibly fast. All zoological precedent should dictate that their lives be drastically short. However, these bright little birds defy biological science by living five times the length their heart-fluttering physiques should imply.   Why? […]

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The incredible effectiveness of Chinese herbs

posted on 6th June 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

In this post I present a quick summary of just of some of the research that has come out in just the last few months supporting the use of Chinese Herbal Medicine for difficult to treat problems.

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Integrated approaches to Pelvic Pain

posted on 18th May 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

One of the many shared common motivations we discovered soon after founding the New Medicine Group was a mutual interest in the very poorly recognised area of unexplained pelvic pain. It was clear to us that there were tens of thousands of women in particular experiencing very significant lower abdominal pain, for which there was no diagnosis or no treatment, and often both.

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Sunday Times: Stefan Chmelik treats Interstitial Cystitis

posted on 13th May 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

First published in The Sunday Times IT WORKS FOR ME: CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE Cecilia Conrad gave up all hopes of a cure for her chronic urinary infections until she discovered a Chinese remedy.

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Feeding babies, infants and mothers

posted on 10th May 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

Stefan Chmelik 2012   Note: the information given here is my opinion and is how we have fed our own baby. This is not the advice you would receive from a pediatrician. You should satisfy yourself as to the appropriateness of these suggestions for your own baby or child. My wife and I have taken […]

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The White Stuff

posted on 23rd February 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

That stuff from a carton is milk right? Perhaps in the most general sort of way, a bit like a cheese strings might be called ‘cheese’ or a fish stick ‘fish’. The white liquid referred to above bears only a passing resemblance to what our grand parents would have called ‘milk’, a nod in the direction of the secretions produced by mammary glands, before it has been mechanical and biochemically altered into something that one can, at best, describe as a ‘milk-like’ substance, to mis-quote Michael Pollan. This article intends to provide the case for why it is the industrialisation of milk rather than milk itself that is the problem for many people, and why cultural bias is the basis for much of the TCM abhorrence of dairy.

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How to have a happy & healthy birth

posted on 1st February 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

Ignore the people that love to regale with horror stories – the vast majority of the billions of human births that have taken place have been just fine.

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Chinese medicine significantly improves the success of IUI (intrauterine insemination)

posted on 15th January 2012 by

New research has again demonstrated that traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is highly effective in boosting fertility.

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