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Spring is Stirring

March is a “transitional” month: cold and windy when it arrives; warmer, with a tinge of mildness—mixed with a feeling of relief at Winter’s passing—at its end.

As nature’s energies shift from winter to spring, important changes are happening outside—and inside of you—that affect your health.

The Sap Is Rising
As Spring arrives the “sap” begins to rise, and so must the question: “What do I need to do to prepare myself to process the surge of energy that Spring floods through my body?”

The Liver is the primary organ of the body affected during Spring, so it’s important to make sure it’s strong and balanced. The primary organ system affected during winter was the Kidneys, so now is the right time to help them replenish the energy that was expended throughout the winter.

Oriental Medicine at BIOM combines very effective medical herb formulas, acupuncture, acupressure, and Chi Kung techniques for replenishing the energy of the Kidneys, strengthening and balancing the Liver so that it’s ready to spring into action as the Water season turns to Wood, and the Kidneys pass the baton to the Liver.

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