Monthly Archives: July 2012

Medicinal herbs for the nervous system and motor function

Chinese medicinal herbs for the nervous system and motor function that are most popular are ginseng, ginger, pseudoginseng (Siberian ginseng), garlic, Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae (dang sheng), gingko biloba, etc. Alkalinity is important for a healthy nervous system and muscle function. … Continue reading

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Lower back locked while running

Yes. One is running and suddenly the lower back locks up, the hand immediately tries to “hold” the lower back while the upper torso bends backwards and slightly sideways. The legs immediately slow down and sometimes the legs may feel … Continue reading

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Leg cramps after urination

In response to the enquiry: “How to get rid of cramps in legs after urination.” Leg cramps after urination is the result of extreme lack of exercise, weak pelvic muscles, weak back muscles, weak kidney function, and an extreme sedentary … Continue reading

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Insect bite on ankle, swollen

In response. An insect bite on the ankle causing swelling can be a result of a combination of several factors. Swelling tends to be “bigger than usual” when the body’s immune system is compromised by prescription medications, and when there … Continue reading

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Chinese medicine from Yunnan for acid reflex

In response. To calm acid reflex, any calcium based off the shelf remedy for acid reflex sold at Walgreens, any kind of black Chinese tea like Pu Erh tea, Yunnan Tuo Cha, du Zhong (Eucommia) tea, soups of bitter melon, … Continue reading

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Dream of missing toe nails

In response. Toe nails serve to protect the fleshy part of the toes. Missing toe nails means there is no more protection for the toes. The dream of missing toe nails may indicate the dreamer’s feeling of being exposed, not … Continue reading

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Calf muscle tenses when I walk

In response. Keep some vapor rub or muscle pain relief gel handy. Carry some in the pocket, in the purse, in the briefcase, in the car, and always remember to apply a generous dose of vapor rub or muscle pain … Continue reading

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