Season 2, Episode 16: The Power of Traditional Chinese Medicine To Help Hormone Issues w/Ashley Kuper
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In today's episode, I sit down with Chinese Medicine practitioner Ashley Kuper to talk about acupuncture, herbs, hormones, and everything in-between.

If you've never quite understood how acupuncture works, you'll totally get it by the end of this interview. 

We also talk about what it means when practitioners look at your tongue, take your pulse, and assess your body in ways that are so different from the Western medical approach. 

Best of all, we dive deep into how Chinese Medicine views hormonal imbalances and approaches to healing (including a fascinating explanation of the yin and the yang). We find spots where functional health and TCM intersect, as well as how they differ. 

If you deal with:




then tune in to this episode to learn how TCM can help with these painful hormone issues. 

Ashley Kuper L.Ac., Dipl.OM practice is located in Asheville, NC and focuses on fertility/women’s health, acute and chronic pain, digestive disorders, psycho-emotional issues, preventative medicine, Cosmetic Acupuncture and overall health maintenance and stress relief. 

She brings her intellect, experience and my compassion to every session,  ensuring a comfortable, non-judgmental healing space for all. She incorporates many modalities into each treatment including acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy, essential oils, gua sha, and cupping. She is grateful for this medicine and believes in its power! She is committed to using the tools she has learned to make her community a happier and healthier place. Learn more at her website

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