In Traditional Chinese Medicine, each of the five seasons (Spring, summer, late summer, autumn, and winter) is associated with a specific element. As fall begins to turn to winter, we transition from the element of metal to the element of water. As Paul Pitchford explains in Healing with Whole Foods, in order to “unify” with
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