Headline News 2013 Spring

Headline News 2013 Spring

Author: Chi Institute/Monday, April 1, 2013/Categories: Chi News, TCVM Newsletter, 2013 Spring Issue

New Chi Class in China

South China Agricultural University College of Veterinary Medicine and Chi Institute will have their first joint Small Animal Acupuncture Class in Guangzhou, China from June 3 to 8, 2013. This class is equivalent to Session 1 and 2 of the Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA) program of the Chi Institute. Graduates from this class may continue their study at Chi Institute USA, Australia or Europe to complete the CVA requirement. This class is filled to capacity this year and we will run the class again in the summer of 2014.

The Chi Institute is Expanding

The Chi Institute has been approved for plans to expand its campus in Reddick, FL. The expansion includes two new teaching facilities, totaling over 14,000 ft, to be completed by July 2014. The new buildings will provide a state of art learning experience to better serve the students, faculty and guests.

At Chi Europe - Escorial, Madrid
The Herbal Liver Class, English Language Veterinary Acupuncture Class and Spanish Language Veterinary Acupuncture Class were all held at Chi Europe in April 2013. Veterinarians from 12 different countries (Austria, Belgium, Brazil, England, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa, Spain and USA) attended classes.


New Concentrated Jing Tang Formulas available in capsule products

Jing Tang Herbal is pleased to announce its new featured concentrated formulas:

1. Concentrated External Wind. This formula clears external Wind to alleviate itching, and cools while activating Blood. It is a great formula to give to patients with hypersensitive skin, skin itching/scratching or restlessness.

2. Concentrated Crystal Stone. This formula clears Heat and Damp while resolving urinary crystals and stopping hemorrhage. It is a fantastic formula to give to patients who suffer from hematuria and/or crystalluria (any type of crystals/stones), or frequent or dribbling urination.

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