New Book Reveals Formally Unknown Remedies For Migraine Headaches Based On Chinese Medicine
Dr. Jerry Rankin’s book, “Migraine Headache Relief: Clinically Proven HOME Remedies Based on Chinese Medicine”, reveals formally unknown home cures for the first time.
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA — Dr. Jerry Rankin reveals for the first time to the public how to relieve migraine headaches at home without using drugs.
It is practically unknown that Chinese medicine’s use of herbs, dietary awareness and acupressure not only relieves headaches, but also prevents them from ever coming back.
Based on over 5,000 years of clinical evidence, Chinese medicine looks at the body from a unique perspective that differs from conventional medicine. “This allows the Doctor of Oriental Medicine the ability to successfully treat ailments that conventional medicine treats weakly or that require the use of drugs with harmful side-effects,” as explained by Jerry L. Rankin, PhD, president of Acupuncture Pain Relief Centers of Indiana.
Not only are these treatment methods just now being revealed, Dr. Rankin explains them in a manner in which they can be performed at home. He provides the information you need to decide which type of migraine you have from a Chinese medicine perspective and goes on to explain the specific home treatment.
These treatments not only stop a migraine, Dr. Rankin also gives you the information needed to balance your system. When your system is balanced, you no longer get migraines.
As a new release, the booklet,“Migraine Headache Relief: Clinically Proven HOME Remedies Based on Chinese Medicine”, is only available on Amazon.com and can be read on any device with a Kindle app. The unique nature of an ancient medical practice has brought relief to a common problem in modern society.
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