Tag Archives: Chinese Herbs

Neat Things about Acupuncture – Stroke Treatment

One of the treatment options not well know among the public is how acupuncture can aid in recovery from stroke. The most effective time to treat someone who has suffered stroke conditions is a soon as possible, meaning within hours … Continue reading

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Reflections on my father and cancer

Note: Originally posted as “Foods for Inoperable Shrapnel” Considerations for Carcinogenic Substances in the Body   In May 1996, at the age of 75, my father became a victim of pancreatic cancer. He was a World War II U.S. Army … Continue reading

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DRUG-INDUCED DISEASES

I am going to offer you one more passage from the book “The Pharmaceutical Myth.”(www.thehealingbody.com). I am impressed by the amount of plain and dirty facts that point to the harm sustained medical drug use has on society. The author, … Continue reading

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How the eyes make you sweat

Since 1980, I’ve been involved with one occupation after another that requires intensive use of the eyes looking at data on a computer monitor. As I’ve gotten older, the use of monitor screens has only become more intensive for business … Continue reading

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Conducting Herb Research – Friend or Foe? The

Conducting Herb Research – Friend or Foe? The principles of “complex” therapeutic agents are exemplified by herbal decoctions. In Chinese herbal medicine, prescriptions commonly have multiple ingredients which are boiled down in a process that often takes 1-2 hours. Herbs … Continue reading

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