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Many factors are involved in hormone balance. There are multiple interactions, which govern these biochemicals. Glandular release, receptor activation, liver toxins, and electrolyte absorption are all involved in regulating endocrine mechanisms.

Acupuncture is a great support for hormone regulation. Acupuncture is a self regulating process. This means that acupuncture does not work to ‘push’ the body to do anything that it does not have the capacity to do. With regular acupuncture treatments the body will regulate it’s endocrine functions, balancing and tonifying over time. Chinese herbs support the hormones without creating complications of ingesting hormones. With Acupuncture and Chinese herbs, the body can regulate it’s function and balance the endocrine system without any side effects.

Classically trained acupuncturists can feel certain hormone changes in the pulse.


MaryAnne Bachia is a licensed Acupuncturist and herbalist, currently working in the state of Colorado. MaryAnne specializes in working with Acupuncture and herbs and chronic diseases, such as lymes, cancer, parkinsons, chronic fatigues, metabolic issues and any digestive issues.

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