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Shen Qi Wu Wei Zi Wan / Abundant Qi Plus Teapills

By Mayway Staff
December 31, 2018 No comments

Learn more about this important Wei Qi tonic formula, including clinical comments, dosage, combinations and more.

Mayway Chinese New Year Open House 2019

By Katie Stoyka, Mayway Staff
December 31, 2018 No comments

Mayway invites you to join us to celebrate the Year of the Earth Pig with us. We're having an open house where you can come meet us, ask questions and get a tour of the building, plus another opportunity to learn about decoction methods with our own Dr. Skye Sturgeon, and participate in making an herb mandala.

Late Autumn Lung Tea Recipe

By Laura Stropes, L.Ac.
November 15, 2018 No comments

Cozy teas made with Pang Da Hai seeds and raw honey are a simple way to support your lungs and respiratory system. Pang Da Hai seeds open the Lungs and simultaneously clear phlegm and protect Lung fluids.

3 Practical Tips to Bring in More Patients this Week, the Introverted Way

By Chen Yen
November 14, 2018 No comments

Did you know that 30-50% of people are introverts? But what’s taught about how to grow an acupuncture practice often assumes that you’re an extrovert. The idea of always having to be putting yourself ‘out there’ can feel draining and exhausting. If you are an introvert and want to do less marketing, here are a few practical tips to help you be more effective with attracting patients to the practice.

TCM Treats for Friends and Family

By Katie Stoyka
November 13, 2018 No comments

We are all busy towards the end of the year, so why not make life easier and get some holiday shopping done while placing your order with us at Mayway? We have all sorts of gift-worthy items you may not have seen, from TCM t-shirts to herbal teas.

Abdominal Distension: (fu zhang 腹脹, pi man 痞滿)

By William Maclean, M.Sc. Chin. Med.
November 12, 2018 No comments

Fu zhang refers to a sense of fullness, discomfort, blockage or obstruction across the either the upper or lower abdomen, or across the abdomen as a whole. Pi man is distension specifically in the epigastric area. As a general rule, abdominal distension is due to an obstruction to the correct movement of Spleen and Stomach qi. The obstruction itself may be due to the presence of some pathogen, internal or external or due to weakness or stagnation of qi.