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Runny nose? Sore throat? Body Aches? Fevers?

Here are 5 Natural Ways to Feel Better with Traditional Chinese Medicine

Runny nose? Sore throat? Body Aches? Fevers?

Here are 3 Ways to Feel Better Quickly with Chinese Medicine

TIP 1

Apply this Pressure Point

Press, hold, and release the applicable pressure points several times a day. 

TIP 1

Apply this Pressure Point

Press, hold, and release the applicable pressure points several times a day. 

TIP 2

Gua Sha for Sinus Relief

There are amazing acupressure points located upon the face that benefit sinus health and can get you breathing easier in just a matter of moments.

  • Start by placing the concave shape of the tool at the inner arch of your eyebrow. Press, hold and breath for a moment, allowing for the face and jaw to relax.
  • Hold one hand at the middle of the eyebrows and move in a firm yet gentle stroke outward along the occiput and eyebrow.
  • Continue under the eye moving outward, following the contour of your face.
  • Repeat each motion about 5-7 times 
TIP 3

A Hydrotherapy Technique for Bedtime Congestion

In addition to a good night's rest, consider this time-tested hydrotherapy technique that is great at bedtime if you're experiencing congestion, a stuffy nose, a fever or other cold season symptoms. It can also be helpful for headaches, too!

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TIP 4

Eat Foods that Support Natural Recovery

Ginger

Cook with it or make a ginger tea

Mint
(for sore throat)

Drink as tea

Eat congee / oatmeal / warm soups

Then bundle under the covers. Promoting a gentle sweat will help to drive the illness out.

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TIP 5

Try Chinese Herbal Medicine

Start with Bounce Back for:

  • Fevers
  • Sore throats
  • Body aches
  • Runny nose

Add in or Use Bounce Back for:

  • Coughs
  • Extra lung support
Create Your Customized Solution

*Care Information & FDA Disclaimer: The recommendations on this page along with Bounce Back and Breathe Clear were developed utilizing the 2,500 year heritage of Traditional Chinese Medicine theory but are not substitutes for medical care. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.  Make sure to consult your primary care physician if your situation and symptoms warrant. 

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