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- 20th March 2018 at 12:14 am in reply to: Taoist Soap Help – Anyone used it? Reviews? or expert opinon? #1322
Guys, i think this soap is probably more under-rated than I thought. I was doing a routine for hair loss for my patient, where everything theoritically was correct for treatment, but was not getting results – after adding the taoist soap, my patient called me after 2 weeks and something, saying their hair is thicker and seems fuller.
I first thought it was related to change of hair product and causing a slight change in hair texture where some poeple think its hair thickening, but when my patient walked into my clinic, i was shocked.
I don’t have any before and after pictures, but the people that know me in the forum, know that I won’t just credit any product. I am amazed, and precribing the taoist soap to every patient with hair or skin conditions. will report back.26th December 2017 at 3:05 pm in reply to: Can acupuncture fully treat impotence problems for men? or ED? #1266
I’m not an acupuncturist or doctor but medically speaking, for men under 40, is it usually a mental or emotional stress that causes ED? I know hormones can also be an issue or like a physical problem.
Herbology can be used in many cases, but ideally you would want to use acupuncture as the main treatment and supplement it with herbs if needed.
For example if the patient is weak, and needs constant tonification support, I would keep him/her on a tonic formula that would support him whilst he/she gets treatment from me once a week.
Often what is diagnosied as schizophrenia is sometimes a problem with the body itself instead of the brain. so in acupuncture, the connection between the organs is treated, and the flow of the pulse is smothened out as much as possible.
I don’t have enough knowledge to really explain more, and would suggest such seriousl questions be taken to a clinic or someone in a better position to advise.
generally piercing isnt a good idea when you are aware the body energy needs to flow a certain way. but if you aren’t aware, you are likely never to know what happened.29th November 2015 at 6:25 pm in reply to: Taoist Soap Help – Anyone used it? Reviews? or expert opinon? #555
btw what is the websites most of you guys buy this from?
depends on the practitioner and how much he knows. but yes, it does work for many cases.
i guess beef it is then. my grandma always said beef is underrated. i guess it helps explain why she is still alive at 98.
Yeah i was thinking the same, but wanted to know for sure. @Z
I will have to try that. Will being on red meat make you angry in general tho? and what can you do to avoid that?29th October 2015 at 6:37 pm in reply to: Ginseng for health? Anyone know what are the best ways to use it? #486
Its a great herb, but you need to usually mix it with other herbs to get the best result. taking on its own, i understand, does not have the same legendary effects as you heard of, unless combined with other herbs.15th October 2015 at 10:46 pm in reply to: OMG Guys, they are giving away Free Taoist Soap Bars! #443
they might have removed it now, but sultan is right, it does arrive eventually.22nd September 2015 at 8:22 am in reply to: Learning Acupuncture Points and Locations, best ways to learn fast #390
some people just record their voices saying the points and thats how they learn. but i find that adding a story or meaning to each point makes it easier to remember.12th September 2015 at 11:28 pm in reply to: My BL52's on my lower back have been rock hard chronically, Ideas? #370
that’s awesome, i love this posture for the back. doesn’t look like much but opens up the back a lot if at least in 10-15 minutes.
is this still available? i sent an email in case, but just asking so others also know…
Daoist acupuncture has its approach, but it is not very openly talked about.
Even genetic problems can be resolved, or improved with various treatments, but this is Daoist acupuncture, which is not found in most of the western world, but this is being worked on as I type.
Moxa would be an essential tool for overcoming genetic disorders, but it is not widely practiced and still needs more documentation so that the general public can trust it more, it does get practiced privately and successfully to varying degrees.
I know someone with palsy that couldnt move at all, and after a year or so of mox treatment and needling on various points, they can fully control their movements of the arms.