Diamond Stone
                      Oriental Medicine, Inc. Katherine Krumwiede,
                      Licensed Acupuncturist

"Good information is the best medicine"
Michael E. DeBakey, MD

Crispy Kale Chips

Ribollita - The Tuscan Minestrone

Gingery Butternut Squash Soup

Reine de Saba avec Glacage au Chocolat

Tea for Wind Heat

Tea for Wind Cold

Vegetable Stock

Beef Stock

Chicken Stock

Cookies of Joy

Turkish-Style Carrots

Roasted Pepper and Avocado Dip

Summer Cooler

Nettle Soup

Herby Millet

Coconut Macaroons

Barley and Mushroom Pilaf

The Virtues of Apple Cider Vinegar

Brussel Sprouts With Horseradish

Shoyu Roasted Seeds

Chicken Marocain

Cyclone Cider/Switchel

Avocado and Tomato Gazpacho

Top Ten Untouchables

Strawberry Shortcake

Switchel

Acupuncture

Acupuncture
www.acupuncture.com

Acupuncture.com can satisfy the thirst for information about acupuncture for patients, practitioners and students.

TCM for Animals

Lake Harriet Veterinary
www.lakeharrietvet.com
Drs. Cathy and Jim Sinning are both doctors of veterinary medicine with additional training in Oriental medicine for animals. Your pet will receive the best that Eastern and Western medicine has to offer. Lake Harriet Veterinary is located at 4249 Bryant Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN  55409.  For an appointment call 612 822 1545.  Hours are Monday-Friday 8 am – 6 pm, Saturday 9 am – 12 pm.

General Health Information

North Star Wisdom – Holistic Wellness Consulting
www.northstarwisdom.com
Diane Rother, C.C.T., Ph.D.
952-944-6006
Diane is trained in thermography, and her Ph.D. is in nutrition. She is my “go to” person for breast thermography.  I use thermography instead of mammograms for screening purposes.

Jane Green, DC
www.janegreenhealth.com
Dr. Green's health practice is integrative and holistic. She utilizes her on-going education, intuition and experience in Chiropractic, Health Coaching, Nutrition and Yoga to help you discover and connect with your inner healer.

Joseph Mercola, ND
www.mercola.com
A good resource for current health topics, however the site is very commercial.

North Country Herbalists Guild
www.nchg.org
The North Country Herbalist Guild is a local non-profit organization dedicated to promoting education in the practice of therapeutic herbalism.

Edible Calcium Montmorillonite Clay
www.I-amperfectlyhealthy.com
Red Desert clay (formerly known as Terramin clay) taken on a daily basis has many, many health benefits. It is a great form of absorbable mineral supplementation, detoxifies the body, and is very beneficial to one's digestive system/alimentary canal. Just be sure to avoid using metal utensils or cups with the clay, it will adversely alter its ionic charge.

Wedge Coop
www.wedge.coop
The Wedge is the first certified organic coop in the nation.  They provide organic food and environmentally/health conscious products.  It is an independent, consumer co-op with over 13,000 members.

Environmental Resources

Chemical Cuisine – Food Safety/Additives
www.cspinet.org/reports/chemcuisine.htm
It pays to know what exactly is in the food you eat. 

Environmental Working Group
www.ewg.org
EWG’s team of scientists, engineers, policy experts, lawyers and computer programmers pore over government data, legal documents, scientific studies and our own laboratory tests to expose threats to your health and the environment, and to find solutions.

Greenpeace
www.greenpeace.org
Greenpeace campaigns to stop climate change, protect ancient forests, save the oceans, stop whaling, say no to genetic engineering, stop the nuclear threat, eliminate toxic chemicals, and encourage sustainable trade.

Journey Inn – An Eco-Retreat
www.journeyinn.net
Designed as an earth-friendly, soul-pleasing building on 66 acres of prairie, hilly woodland and a spring-fed creek, Journey Inn is a destination that inspires and restores.

The Intelligent Optimist (formerly known as ODE Magazine)
www.theoptimist.com
Check out “Everyday Toxins” by Marco Visscher in the November 2005 issue for a clear articulation of the widespread toxicity of our everyday lives.

Organic Consumers Association
www.organicconsumers.org
The OCA is an online and grassroots non-profit public interest organization campaigning for health, justice, and sustainability, i.e. the organic dairy debate.

Seafood Watch
www.seafoodwatch.org
Is your favorite fish being over-harvested or full of toxins?  Seafood Watch has the latest in information on fish safety.

Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of Minnesota (AOMAM)
www.aomam.org
By supporting your state association you indicate a higher level of dedication to your profession.
Benefits of membership include a listing under Practitioner Search on the AOMAM website, and many more.

Acupuncture Media Works
www.AcupunctureMediaWorks.com

Jeffrey Grossman, BS, L.Ac., has a degree in communications and advertising as well as Oriental medicine.  He combined the two careers and developed wonderful printed material to use as educational handouts for your patients.

Local Herbs
www.localherbs.org

Jean Giblette and Peggy Schafer of The Medicinal Herb Consortium have dedicated themselves to linking practitioners of Oriental Medicine with growers of domestically and ecologically grown Chinese herbs.


 


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