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Justin Penoyer
Works at Su Wu Herbs
Attended Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
Lives in San Diego, Ca.
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Licensed Acupuncturist
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Chinese Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture
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  • Su Wu Herbs
    Owner, 2008 - present
    San Diego-based granular compounding services for licensed Oriental medical professionals.
  • Justin Penoyer, L.Ac.
    Owner, 2009 - present
    Private practice & holistic primary care.
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San Diego, Ca.
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Oriental Medical Physician
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Oriental medical physician and licensed acupuncturist specializing in the treatment of stress and fertility.
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  • Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
    Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2005 - 2008
  • Clarke College
    History, Philosophy, 2001 - 2003
  • Jo Daviess-Carrol Area Voc Ctr
    Horticulture, Lanscaping Design, 1996 - 1998
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Sure, microbeads in soap and other personal care products make your skin smoother, but they’re pure environmental evil.
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This photograph shows a giraffe with an impala skull in its mouth. From the photo alone the motivation is unclear, but there are extensive records of giraffes engaging in osteophagia, or bone eating.   When you're that tall a little extra calcium comes in particularly handy, but lots of other animals engage in osteophagia on occasion. Bones are a rich source of phosphorus as well as calcium, and animals don't always fit into the neat carnivore, h...
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From the Daoist classic, Contemplations by the Huainan Masters (Huainanzi) , ca. 110 B.C.
The 5 Organs Network of Chinese Medicine was written by Heiner Fruehaf, Ph.D.; the print version was published in 1998. The 5 Organs Network of Chinese Medicine is a comprehensive overview of this fundamental element of Chinese medicine. In the classical science of Chinese medicine, detailed knowledge of the dynamics and interrelationship of the five organ networks is considered the foundation for successful diagnosis and treatment.
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Image: eatdrinkbetter.com Nick Meyer | AltHealthWORKS Even as the United States government continues to push for the use of more chemically-intensive and corporate-dominated farming methods such as...
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My latest ruminations featured at Expertbeacon.com:
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Women have hormonal cycles, smaller organs, higher body fat composition — all of which are thought to play a role in how drugs affect our bodies. We also have basic differences in gene expression, which can make differences in the way we metabolize drugs. For example, men metabolize caffeine more quickly, while women metabolize certain antibiotics and anxiety medications more quickly. In some cases, drugs work less effectively depending on sex; women are less responsive to anesthesia and ibuprofen for instance. In other cases, women are at more risk for adverse — even lethal — side effects.
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Previous to the following events I had been a customer at Japanese Auto for several years. George and his crew had performed various maintenance needs on two of my cars with no memorable issues. On February 8th 2011 I took my Subaru to George when the engine piston started knocking; he told me I should replace it with a used engine and that he found the "best one available". He offered a 3 month warranty should it be defective. On the way home after he replaced the engine the oil light came on and I heard a piston knocking. The following day it began to die anytime I pulled up to a stoplight. I took it back to the shop, told them the engine was bad, but they assured me "everything is just fine". Over the next 4 weeks I returned my car to George and his shop four times, insisting that the piston was knocking and the engine was stalling. He did nothing but adjust the idle and send me home each time, refusing to believe that the engine was defective. Then on May 1st of last year the engine blew up on the highway and I had to have it towed to his shop. This was exactly 1 week before the end of the 3 month warranty. For the following year George claimed he could not find an engine and could not fix it. Less than three months prior there he had implied there were multiple engines available, yet then suddenly there were none to be found. 18 months later I decided to file a complaint with the BAR. Their investigation revealed that George kept no record of any of our transactions with the engine and found him guilty of multiple violations. He changed his story and now claims the engine was not under warranty, though we just spent 18 months trying to find an engine to honor the warranty. And perhaps it's coincidence, but after I filed a complaint he found an engine for sale after 18 months being told there were none to be found. Because he will not honor his warranty I now have to take him to court to reclaim the $1600 I paid for the engine replacement, and this issue has drawn out for over a year and a half. Lesson learned--be prepared to prove everything and always get a receipt, even if you aren't charged for the work.
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