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Posted on November 19, 2015

Traditional Herbs for the Modern Fighter

In this modern day, martial artists engaging in intense training are aided by a myriad of advantages from the warriors of old.  An entirely new era has evolved, whereby a trainer must be familiar enough with their athlete to recommend a customized regimen of supplements. However, while modern times have greatly enhanced supplements for the […]

Posted on October 6, 2015

Keep Your Joints Younger for Longer By Doing One Simple Thing

What happens to our joints as we age? Why do some people seem to age way slower than others? Learn about the the one thing they all have in common, and what you can do to be like them.

Posted on September 30, 2014

Endurance Training: Three Ways to Outlast Your Opponent

Real life doesn’t let you stop when you want. Use these three training methods to outlast your opponent and go for longer than you’ve ever gone before.

Posted on September 18, 2014

What is Dit Da?: An In-Depth Explanation of Three Formulas and the Action of the Chinese Herbal Components

Why do you need to see a doctor? The answer, inevitably, is injury or illness. Yes, of course, there is preventative medicine, the concept of tonifying, or supplementation. And, if you live in Beverly Hills, there is also plastic surgery. But let’s not get caught up in complexities. Injury and illness are what the need […]

Posted on September 17, 2014

Yan Hu Suo: Answer to Low-Level Chronic Pain?

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been using Yan Hu Suo, the Corydalis plant, to treat headaches and back pain for centuries.  This plant is a member of the poppy family and its stems and roots were, historically, ground and then boiled in vinegar to produce a kind of strong medicine. While PlumDragonHerbs has been using this herb in its Dit […]