The 5 Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine

The first references of the 5 Elements dates back to 476 BC. It is considered the theory of the 5 Elements and its application to our health marks the beginning of what we call scientific medicine. It is the study of the natural rhythms of our body. It is from a time before stethoscopes, x-ray machines, thermometers, refrigeration or meteorologists.
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the 5 Elements and I also LOVE sharing it with others. The information is remarkably interesting, helpful and useful.
Do you know what an earache and a hysterectomy have in common? How about pancreatic cancer and the loss of your closest friend? What does a tongue fungus have to do with a broken heart??? How come I don't want to have teeth pulled in January? How curious is it that Valentine's Day and Congestive Heart Disease Month are in February? 
By understanding the 5 Elements we can trace the source of an imbalance and anticipate potential problems. With this knowledge we are able to either curb problems or prevent them.  
Here are a couple of comments from previous students:
"Have you ever wondered how the elements are tied to your body? Why certain times of the year things flare up, such as emotions, skin conditions, etc.? I highly recommend joining one of these classes. My dear friend Denise Gagner is a 5 Elements superstar and she can break down 5 Elemental Healing in terms that can be understood without any previous knowledge of the subject."
"Amazing job Denise Gagner! Thank you for sharing your wisdom." 🙏💚
 "Your boundless desire to help - may reach further than you know - as I'm sure you know but thought it would OK to offer up a reminder."  

"Thanks for sharing with us. You are helping so many people." 

Join me, this coming Saturday, January 28th. I promise you'll enjoy the information. 💖😁 

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* Editor’s note: While we offer various tips, tools and techniques to care for your body, mind and spirit, this website is not designed to provide medical advice, diagnosis, opinion or treatment and is not intended as a substitute for medical care. Please, always consult a health professional for your health concerns.