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Perspectives from Traditional Chinese Medicine

Perspectives from traditional Chinese medicine. (Image:  Victoria Reay
  via   flicker  /  CC BY 2.0 )
Perspectives from traditional Chinese medicine. (Image: Victoria Reay via flicker / CC BY 2.0 )

I knew a women who is a Buddhist who lived a very frugal life even though her family was wealthy. Although she was almost 50 years old and has given birth to three children, she was slim and very healthy. Her only regret was that her face was covered with dark spots.

“Why don’t you go to a beauty salon to get rid of you dark spots?” I suggested. She replied: “As a Buddhist, I shouldn’t be too attached to my appearance.” I replied: “But isn’t your husband chairman of the board of a large company? You have to attend banquets and parties with him, have you ever considered how you appear to the other guests?”

I know a women who is a Buddhist who lives a very frugal life even though her family is wealthy. Image: Beria via flicker / CC BY-SA 3.0)

I knew a women who was a Buddhist who lived a very frugal life even though her family was wealthy. (Image: Beria via wikimedia / CC BY-SA 3.0)

She accepted my advice and had a correction treatment. All her facial dark specks were whitened, and she looks beautiful. I asked her: “You hated your dark spots, don’t you?” She replied: “Yes!”

I continued:

Western medicine targets a disease like an enemy – attacking, poisoning, cutting, all in an attempt to kill it. As a result, the patient’s organ systems may sustain damage.

Traditional Chinese medicine is an additional procedure that treats a condition holistically. (Image: Ged Carroll via flicker / CC BY 2.0 )

Traditional Chinese medicine is an additional procedure that treats a condition holistically. (Image: Ged Carroll via flicker / CC BY 2.0 )

Traditional Chinese medicine is an additional procedure that treats a condition holistically. A doctor of traditional Chinese medicine dispenses a prescription based on the symptoms of the patient.

If the patient has poor urine, the Chinese medicine specialist would also prescribe natural diuretics. If the patient has a bad appetite and does not want to eat, they will need a specific Chinese medicine to promote digestion. If the patient cannot sleep well, they will require a herb that has a soothing effect which can help with insomnia.

When the patient is teated for unobstructed urine and regains their appetite and normal sleep patterns, their body will recover quickly.

Patients should seek Western treatment if they so desire but they should also improve their own state of mind, and treat their disease holistically with the help of traditional Chinese medicine.

The writer of this story is not a medical professional, and the information that is in this story has been collected from reliable sources – and every precaution has been taken to ensure its accuracy. The information provided is for general information purposes only, and should not be substituted for professional health care.

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