Moxibustion & The 2nd Chinese Solar Term — Yu Shui

The second Solar term is called ‘ Yu Shui’, also known as ‘ The rain water’ in English. It is the second Chinese Solar Term in Spring as well. It falls on 19/02/2020. In general, in most of the Northern Hemisphere at this time of the year, temperature rises above

Moxibustion & The 1st Chinese Solar Term — Li Chun (The beginning of Spring)

The first Solar term is called ‘Li Chun’, also known as ‘the beginning of Spring’ in English.  It is the first Chinese Solar Term in Spring as well. It comes on 04/02/2019.  In the Northern Hemisphere, the Yang energy in Nature starts to rise more from this Solar term until

The 24 Chinese Solar Terms

The 24 Chinese Solar terms, also known as the 24 seasonal division points, in the Chinese lunisolar calendar originated in ancient China and then spread to East Asia and South-East Asia. They are calculated from the position of the Sun on the ecliptic, that divides the year into 24 equal

Moxibustion & The 24th Chinese Solar Term — Da Han

The twenty-fourth Chinese Solar Term is called ‘Da Xue’, ‘The greater cold’. The coldest time of a year. It’s the sixth Solar Term in Winter of the year. It falls on 20/01/2018. The 23rd and the 24th Chinese Solar Term are the coldest period of time each year in the Northern Hemisphere.  The

Moxibustion & The 23rd Chinese Solar Term — Xiao Han

The twenty-third Chinese Solar Term is called ‘Xiao Han’, ‘The lesser cold’. The temperature drops even more and the weather gets cold and freezing in many places in the Northern Hemisphere. This period of time normally is the coldest time of the year in China. It’s the fifth Solar Term

Moxibustion & The 22nd Chinese Solar Term — Dong Zhi

The twenty-second Chinese Solar Term is called ‘Dong Zhi’, also known as ‘Winter  Solstice’. In China, from  this day, people count 9 days as a period. The third and fourth nine-day periods are the coldest time of the Winter. After 9 nine-day periods, 81 days from the Winter Solstice, the winter of

Moxibustion & The 21st Chinese Solar Term — Da Xue

The twenty-first Chinese solar term is called “Da Xue”, also known as ‘The heavier snow’ in English. The weather gets even colder and it’s more possible to have snow than the first two solar terms in Winter each year. It’s the third Solar term in Winter of the year. It

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