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2013-07-15 23:21:02

Shaolin Chi Kung created by Marcus James Santer is a new book that contains qigong exercises, step-by-step techniques, pictures for each techniques, and detailed instructions on how to become

2013-06-30 23:01:16

Chinese herbal medicine receives worldwide attention for its power to treat chronic prostate problems, especially non-bacterial prostatitis which is difficult to get cured with antibiotics.

2013-06-24 23:02:53

PSW Acupuncture has recently renovated facilities and has added approximately 2000 square feet to their office. Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) June 24, 2013 PSW

2013-06-21 23:15:43

A clinical trial published in the China Traditional Chinese Medicine Magazine reveals that herbal medicine is going to be a new relief of epididymitis and orchitis, states Wuhan Dr.

2013-06-06 23:26:10

Bestselling author Zhi Gang Sha visits Markham Toronto area to share ancient techniques for soul healing through Tao song, music and dance. San Francisco, CA

2013-06-03 23:23:43

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2013-05-30 23:30:13

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2013-05-29 23:01:00

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2005-05-26 11:26:21

Cinnabar (German Zinnober), sometimes written cinnabarite, is a name applied to red mercury(II) sulfide (HgS), or native vermilion, the common ore of mercury. The name comes from the Greek, used by Theophrastus, and was probably applied to several distinct substances. Other sources say the word comes from the Persian zinjifrah, originally meaning "lost". Cinnabar was mined by the Roman Empire for its mercury content and it has been the main ore of mercury throughout the centuries. Some...

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Word of the Day
gubbings
  • The parings of haberdine; also, any kind of fragments.
The word 'gubbings' is a variant of the word 'gobbon', meaning 'a portion, gobbet.'