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[Editors note: Due to the length of this article, it was run in two of our printed issues, this is part 2 which describes the last 25 herbs. The introduction and sidebars are repeated for clarity as well as emphasis. The author uses terminology with which most of our readers are familiar, but briefly, the three treasures of Chinese medicine are "Jing" (essence), "Qi" (energy), and "Shen" (spirit). To achieve health, these treasures are balanced by bringing yin (deficient) or yang (excessive) qualities into equilibrium by using herbs, diet, meditation, exercise, lifestyle changes, etc. See Part 1 for a list of the first 25 herbs.]
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