Monthly Archives: November 2011

Zheng Gu Shui herniated disc [sic]

In response to the above. As I have described previously, herniated disc is easily correctable with Chinese acupressure and the right form of exercise. First have someone run their fingers up and down along the spine. (1) If a protrusion … Continue reading

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Athlete’s foot from wet towel after foot massage

A pretty bank teller asks: “Is it possible to get athlete’s foot from wet towels used to wipe my feet after foot massage?” Yes! One can get a foot massage at these “foot massage shops” all around Los Angeles Chinatown, … Continue reading

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Gangrene, baking soda, vinegar all in a cooking pot?

I do not have gangrene. However, the homemade “hyperbaric” oxygen experiment on tinea pedis on my left foot seems to indicate that the same just might dry up gangrene sores and perhaps alleviate some of the anaerobic clostridia. Follow the … Continue reading

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Tinea pedis, baking soda, vinegar all in a cooking pot

Get a large cooking pot. Put some baking soda in. Then put your tinea pedis infected foot in. And then pour some more baking soda on the foot to cover the toes and the front part of the foot. Now, … Continue reading

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Incontinence and urinary bladder control

Any kind of aphrodisiac can alleviate incontinence and strengthen urinary bladder control. There are several folk remedies that are effective for alleviating incontinence and control urinary bladder function. (1) Place a head of garlic which is about 8 to 12 … Continue reading

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Muscles stay indented when pushed

In response to the above. Muscles that stay indented when pushed or pressed may indicate weak muscles, loss of muscle elasticity, extreme muscular fatigue, extreme dystrophy (condition produced by faulty nutrition) of the muscles, or some type of muscular atrophy … Continue reading

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Jumping rope causes urination

In response to the above. This condition is known as incontinence, and it can relate to both women and men. As it relates to women, according to The Merck Manual of Medical Information, Page 643, “An uncontrollable loss of urine … Continue reading

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