Syosset, NY (PRWEB) August 15, 2008
New York College of Health Professions, a premier undergraduate and graduate College of Holistic Health, has developed and released a proprietary line of personal AromaTherapy products that has had a remarkable effect on many patients suffering from Migraine Headaches and other common ailments.
This unique Dry Personal AromaTherapy System can often bring relief in seconds from a single puff! "While Aromatherapy has been used for centuries in Eastern Medicine, New York College, with its unique and patented system, makes it easy for millions of people suffering from a variety of ailments to benefit immediately, with virtually no side effects, from this inexpensive, simple to use, painless system," says Dr. Robert Duarte, MD, Director of the Long Island Jewish Pain & Headache Treatment Center.
The MyChi™ Dry Breezes™ line delivers AromaTherapy scents developed by the multi-billion dollar flavor and fragrance house International Flavors and Fragrances (NYSE:IFF, http://www.IFF.com) in a new, dry system which is as small as a lip balm and can be used for hundreds of applications. The patent for these new products, as well as other patents, were donated to the College. The product, which is being marketed by the non-profit College as a public service, is being retailed for $5.00 and does have a money back guarantee.
"The MyChi line derives its name from the Chinese word "Ch'i", which is regarded by Eastern cultures as the essential life force or energy flow in the body. The line of personal AromaTherapy fragrances are the first products launched under this brand name and will be followed by a Professional Products spa line, personal women's and men's fragrances as well as patented Acupressure products. MyChi Dry Breezes AromaTherapy is available in 5 fragrances to promote Alertness, Stress Relief, Appetite Suppression, Nausea Control, and Migraine and Headache Control," says Lisa Pamintuan, the President of the College.
Ms. Pamintuan continued, "The Chairman of New York College, Donald Spector, contributed the technology to the College under our IP policy. Mr. Spector's donations to the College have been appraised at about $10,000,000, though the College hopes the developed products will bring in a continuous stream of income." New York College has been a leader in Holistic health education and care for over 25 years and is one of the few schools of Holistic Health that has Institutional Accreditation, as well as one of the strongest financial positions of any institution of its kind. "Mr. Spector, one of the most prolific inventors in the world, has licensed products to many Fortune 500 companies, including the introduction of the first electronic fragrance dispensing system - the Aroma Disc System - to Squibb, (now Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY, http://www.bms.com ), as well as other dominating technologies in air fresheners, exercise equipment, pharmaceuticals and Internet Technologies and many other areas" adds President Pamintuan.
The new MyChi Dry Breezes line of personal AromaTherapy can be purchased directly from the College by calling 1-800-922-7337 x 181 or through the online store at http://www.nycollege.edu. New York College is also selling its Stress Dots Program and has recently introduced its Acupressure Points patent pending system that comes with a simple instruction book on how to alleviate many of the discomforts of everyday life through Acupressure.
"Western Medicine has made dramatic strides in the past decades and has saved millions of lives," says Mr. Spector. "However side effects and contraindications demand that many of these drugs be used as a last resort. Eastern Medicine can provide chronic relief and in some cases, like with Migraine headaches, instant relief inexpensively and with no inconvenience." Spector adds, "Many of our products used to be viewed as Alternative, but today we use the term Integrative and urge all patients to work with their doctors and practitioners to create a balanced program that includes exercise and nutrition."
New York College of Health Professions also operates one of the largest Holistic Clinics in the Northeast on Jericho Turnpike in Syosset, New York, and owns a 35 acre facility in the People's Republic of China. Plans are underway to open more centers and facilities throughout the US and in additional countries. The Clinics offer complementary 'first visit' Massages, consultations and Acupuncture treatments (subject to availability and all promotional appointments can be cancelled at any time.) as well as immune boosting herbal medicines.
Mr. Spector says that Mychi Dry Breezes is being made available immediately because, "Even though the clinical studies are not ready for publication, about half of those patients already tested, including some people who have suffered badly for years, have their pain relieved in seconds with no side effects. It would be against our mission not to make these products available to anyone who is in pain. Our money back guarantee insures that you have nothing to lose but your pain."
New York College of Health Professions, located in Syosset, Long Island, New York, has been a leader in holistic education and care for over 25 years. The College offers accredited undergraduate and graduate-level degree programs in Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and Certificate programs in Holistic Nursing and the Science of Self Improvement. Located on the College's main campus in Syosset is the professional outpatient Integrative Health Center, as well as the Academic Health Care Teaching Clinics, which provide holistic treatments to the community while providing clinical internships for student practitioners. New York College also maintains a 35-acre modern medical facility in Luo Yang, The People's Republic of China. The College has grown remarkably in the past several years and will continue to develop new educational programs as well as expand into many new areas. Additional information about New York College of Health Professions can be found at http://www.nycollege.edu.
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