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East Asian Internal Medicine

Cupping therapy
Old-school medicine: crude herbs ready for decoction
Okyu, a gentle Japanese style of moxibustion
American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) tincturing in organic grain alcohol

Jonathan H Edwards, LAc. is trained in various styles of herbalism, acupuncture, moxibustion, dietary therapy and cupping.

 

 He's found over the years that he does his best work with people who would describe themselves as intellectual, sensitive, creative, and/or spiritual. If at least two out of four apply to you, there's a good chance it's a fit. 

 

Jonathan has had good results treating the following:

    * digestive and esophageal conditions

    * anxiety and mood disorders

    * insomnia and sleep disorders

    * dysmenorrhea, fertility and women's health

    * men's health 

    * acute viral and respiratory illness

     * chronic fatigue syndrome

    * fibromyalgia and non-orthopedic chronic pain syndromes

   * Raynaud's syndrome and chronic cold conditions

Healing modalities of acupuncture, moxibustion and herbal medicine are available in-person at The Wellness Alliance in Carrboro, NC. Herbal medicine is also available via remote consult.

 

Yes, But How Does it Work?

The theory behind acupuncture and Asian herbal medicine is a deep and rich topic. For an introduction on one of the main acupuncture  styles Jonathan H Edwards practices, see this article on Seeds From the World Tree. 

 

Pragmatic questions are covered in the FAQ

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