A-Z of complementary medicine
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Joined: May 2011
Posted: 25/05/2011 13:43
I've been on Essiac Tea, a half tumbler full, four times a day, for the past three weeks and my tumour has shrunk - this is before my planned surgery next week and no other treatment - I am amazed and thankful!
Posted: 23/10/2002 16:14Well done Kevin. Don't mind people who slag others for doing something different that's beneficial to health. We haven't got a very healthy culture in Ireland (look at the foods most people eat, the amount of alcohol we drink, the number of smokers and the lax attitude to exercise) and it's great that people are breaking the mould and changing this. Never mind the begrudgers!
Joined: Jun 2001
Posted: 04/09/2002 11:48Hello,
I just read through the description of Qigong or Chi kung. I have been practising this form of moving meditation for approximately 6 months. There are several excellent books on the subject, but it is advisable to go to a qualified teacher to get the best results. Contrary to the description of Chi kung given in the A to Z guide, I practice only 15-20 minutes a day, 5 to 7 days in the week. The excercises are simple and effective, give me more energy, and leave me feeling fresh and alert. I don't think it is promoted so well to describe it as requiring up to 4 hours to complete the excercises. Most people would just read this and go, "well, to hell with THAT then". There is also the problem of Irish people being afraid to practice in public for fear of neighbours comments, or smart alecs who are always ready to give their tuppence worth. This is another reason for seeking a qualified teacher and joining a chi kung group.
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