Other than the visit to the KPC factory, I had a couple of other interesting medical adventures while visiting Taiwan. One is that I went to see the doctor for a chronic cough I experience. We were visiting a city called Chiayi and found a small herb shop while we were wandering around. There was a young (looking) doctor there to Ba Mai, meaning to feel pulses, meaning to see patients. So, I decided to see what he could offer me. My nearly fluent daughter We did the intake (with my nearly fluent daughter helping us communicate as her Chinese is SO much better than mine). I decided to get the herbs in a powder form since I was traveling and couldn't cook them up for a while. I remember reading a blog post by Michael Max several years ago in which he described doctors in Taiwan prescribing powder formulas as single herbs. The doctor I saw did the same thing. He gave me 3 different formulas along with some other herbs and each formula was dosed as a single herb. The formulas he gave me were Huo Xiang Zheng Qi San, Zi Su San and Xuan Fu Dai Zhe Tang. Another interesting thing was how the herbs were packaged. They mixed the formula and then put it into a machine that divided into the [...]
My personal experience has been nearly 100% positive, with mothers reporting feeling strong, bleeding times shortened, milk supply coming in full, and an overall sense of well-being. The clearest evidence, though, has come to me from second-time mothers who report feeling so much stronger and in control, even with a toddler to run around after in addition to the newborn. The placenta can easily be combined with a customized herbal treatment to provide the mother with full post-partum recovery.
We also introduce a traditional Moroccan method for infertility based on the ability of cups to withdraw coldness from the uterus.
Below is a little movie clip of me using the 7-star hammer on my ankle to draw blood…read on. Two days ago I went out riding alone on my Connemara mare, Dellah. It was a spectacular spring day. She’s got some “issues” out on the trail that I’ve been slowly attempting to help her with by building her confidence. She gets flustered easily by things like flowing water, white maple syrup buckets, bicycles, and all manner of imaginary threats. She was going great until we came to the Roaring Brook River. She’s crossed it many times before and would have had no trouble if another horse had been in front of her. We began to cross and, as she moved quickly to the other side, she got flustered, moving quickly to the left and then quickly to the right . I felt my ankle twist in the stirrup and found myself on the ground on the other side of the river. Bummer! […]