Monthly Archives: September 2012

Arches feel hot

In response. Arches that feel hot indicate two conditions: (1) internal inflammation; and (2) nerve blockage. (1) Internal inflammation of the foot is illustrated in two drawings of the foot and the interior muscles posted on the masterrehab blog site … Continue reading

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Buddha ears

In response. In Chinese physiognomy, Buddha ears indicate wealth and good fortune. The big earlobes indicate that wealth and good fortune will come to that person. Ears without large earlobes, and ears with almost no earlobes indicate a life of … Continue reading

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Mid spine hurts after jumping on trampoline

In response. If the jumper has his or her chin pointing up and the head slanting slightly backward while jumping or rebounding then the spine may have a concave curvature going up and this concave curvature remains until near impact … Continue reading

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Should I squeeze the pus out of athlete’s foot blister?

In response. Yes. Make sure the hands and fingers are clean. First wash the hands and fingers with alcohol or hydrogen peroxide, vinegar, etc. and then squeeze the blister to push the pus out as much as possible. Then wash … Continue reading

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Po lei tea lower[s] blood sugar

Not only does “po lei”, “pou nai”, “pou ngai”, “pu erh” tea lower blood sugar, it also lowers blood pressure as well as cholesterol and acid reflex. The tea will cause a sudden hypotensive crisis in people with normal blood … Continue reading

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Constant bleeding from athlete’s foot

In response to the enquiry: “What to do for athlete constant bleeding [sic]”. I assume the question is what to do for athlete’s foot that is constantly bleeding? I also assume that the bleeding is external bleeding. With athlete’s foot, … Continue reading

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Stiff leg muscles pregnancy

In response. The cause of stiff leg muscles during pregnancy is overweight. The fetus is getting too big and too heavy. The original weight of the carrier, i.e., the mother, was already too heavy, and now with the additional weight … Continue reading

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