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Capable of taking on many different forms in the body, the pathogenic factor of wind involves similar characteristics in the body to those in nature. Think symptoms such as spasms, tremors, ticks, fungal infections and flu-like symptoms; a familiar condition related to wind is the common cold. On a more severe note, when combined with other external pathogens such as heat or cold, these disharmonies can transform to show as fever, sore throat, dry mouth and thick yellow phlegm. TCM Dr. Lee Smith covers the manifestations of wind in more depth and also the all-important questions we’ve been asking him in each preceding episode. ABOUT TCM DR. LEE SMITH Doctor Lee Smith has studied Chinese medicine and health from several teachers, and been influenced in natural medicine and Qi gong, from an early age. His gentle nature and devotion to the internal arts, allows him to guide through difficult cases with personal experience, providing a treatment and sound advice that will lead you on the right track to recovery. Starting massage at home in his teen years, he began professional training in the sunshine coast, with a 2 year Advanced Diploma of Shiatsu massage and acupuncture, which lead to the discovery of his natural talent and calling in life. Continuing to Melbourne he delved deeper into Chinese Medicine Completing a 4 year bachelor of health science -Chinese medicine (Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine). In addition to undergoing Rigorous Training in the Xing MIng Qi Gong (meditation) System, From His Chinese Qi Gong Master , Master Liu. Website: https://www.naturalsoultcm.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lee_smith_natural_soul/ CONTACT US To view our full range of Traditional Chinese Restoratives, please click here. If you have any questions, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org FEEDBACK: If you love TCM Honoured by Your Tea and the information shared, please leave a review and subscribe.