Welcome to the Holosapiens project - a one of a kind space where food is viewed as medicine and is embraced as medicine. This project is based on traditional Chinese medicine unique perspective that food and herbs come from the same source thus all foods have medicinal properties equally as herbs do. Beside acupuncture and herbal prescriptions traditional Chinese medicine also incorporates food therapy - the most non-toxic / no side effects biochemical approach to health and disease. This project offers an outlook of the human body and its different disharmonies from the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine,but what makes it truly unique is that it points to how to address these disharmonies with some of the purest, most economical yet truly potent treatment methods known - food therapy and acupressure.read more
over 130 materials organised in 7 chapters free to use by anyone who is curious about traditional Chinese medicine
The "Search by Symptom Database" is a specially designed tool that will help you find the root cause of a symptom and understand it from the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine. We designed 10 thorough symptom menus organized by Body Region and Organ System. Selecting one or more symptoms will take you directly to the material that explains the symptom's underlying condition and its causes.
This option provides a basic overview and has an educational purpose. To get a precise diagnosis for your condition in TCM terms you need to see a TCM professional in person.
Here is a short introduction of what the different chapters in the project offer:
The blog is an informal and fun space where color, health and creativity come together. Here we share knowledge, healing foods and recipes based on the different seasons and food colors.
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We are proud to share that the Holosapiens project does not host any paid advertisements, display ads or membership pop ups that might disrupt your peace. The project is supported solely by its subscription content which is described and exemplified in detail for maximum clarity and transparency.
Food is something we continuously use to sustain our lives. Learning what foods are healing (and what disruptive) for our condition has the potential to convert every single meal into a form of therapy! As we eat couple of times a day the "food as medicine" approach turns daily food consumption into multiple daily treatments that continuously improve our health, raise our energy level, reduce our stress level and boost our mental strength.
Food therapy (as well as acupressure) is offered in the tools listed below - Women's Health, Children's Health, Chronic Emotional Disharmony, Body Pain and Inflammation - as well as in the Treatment section of all materials in the Physiology chapter and the Materia Medica chapter.
This option is designed to helpthe busy health conscious woman learn how to balance her health with foods, spices and herbal teas, as well as acupressure, by selecting the signs and symptoms that are unique for her body.
A compilation between traditional Chinese medicine principles and personal parental experience this option offers an outlook to children's health and their most common diseases from a completely different perspective.Tell me more!
Food Therapy for Chronic Emotional Disharmony
In traditional Chinese medicine difficult emotions are approached through our mental awareness but also through our vitality and physiology. Seven negative emotions such as anger, worry, sadness, fear, etc. are associated with the disharmony of a certain organ or organ system. Thus benefiting the organ that the emotion is associated with will release/transform the emotion itself. We designed a unique tool, that after selecting the emotion you are interested in and some accompanying physical symptoms, you will be able to learn what foods, food combinations and acupressure points are beneficial for the organ associated with this emotion. Thus beneficial for releasing the difficult emotion itself!
Inflammatory conditions and pain are best counteracted in the long run by changing the diet and lifestyle. From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine the Liver and Kidney functions need to be improved, toxic fluids from the Spleen need to be drained, and the digestion needs to be harmonized.
In traditional Chinese medicine each season corresponds to a certain Element (the Five Elements theory). To those Elements also correspond five colors. We designed a menu for each season which has the specific color fruits, vegetables and herbs for that season, and furthermore corresponds to the organ that is alligned with that season. In our unique menu you will find seasonal breakfasts, desserts, herbal teas and spreads, as well as meals with the seasonal meat and the seasonal grain.
Included in all of the above options as well as in:
Open Point Calculator
The Open Point Calculator is designed based on an ancient Chinese healing system that practices treatment methods according to the daily cycle rather than personal signs and symptoms. By stimulating the "open point" of the day and hour - an acupuncture point that steadily changes - excess turbid energy exits the body while deficient, scarce energy gets supplemented.
The Project additionally offers more than 45 point location videos to help easily locate the acupressure points appointed in "Women's Health", "Children's Heath", "Chronic Emotional Disharmony", "Body Pain and Inflammation" and "Open Point Calculator", as well as the Treatment section in the project's Physiology chapter and Materia Medica chapter. Beside these points the videos cover the most significant and most commonly used acupressure points in traditional Chinese medicine, which stimulate physical and emotional recovery, and restore the balance.