Monthly Archives: January 2013

Charley horse and blue blood vessels in the leg

If one has a Charley horse in the leg in the morning, or if one feels that the muscles of the lower leg are tightening up and are about to have a Charley horse, it is important to take a … Continue reading

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Baby droopy lip, sudden infant droopy mouth right side

In response. Please take the baby to the doctor immediately to get a checkup for possible congenital, genetic, or hereditary abnormalities. Also check for slanting eyes, broad short skull, broad hands with short fingers. These are known characteristics of Down’s … Continue reading

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Powdery under my toenail

In response. The powdery stuff under the toenail consists of the dead corpses of tinea pedis mixed with skin flakes. The powdery stuff would usually smell fishy. The powdery stuff will flake and will rub off onto the bed sheets … Continue reading

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Pins and pricks on skin tight leg feeling [sic]

In response. The legs are too tired, and the nerves running down the legs and the skin are misfiring. Take several hot water showers. Stay under the shower for at least 20 minutes to let the hot water relax the … Continue reading

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Heartburn from brown rice

In response. Heartburn from brown rice is because the stomach is over reacting to the alkalinity of the brown rice by producing more acid for digestion. Brown rice is rather difficult and hard to digest.

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Vertical indent lines of nose when cold

In response. Yes. “Vertical indent lines” on the nose “when cold” and even when the weather is relatively warm do appear on the nose of some people. These striations apear as engorged veins under the surface of the nose and … Continue reading

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Reducing internal fire, jiang huo

In response. Some Buddhists advise not eating meat, not eating hot sauce, not eating garlic, not eating onions, not eating hot chili peppers, etc. To reduce internal fire, as I had said before, the Chinese drink cool teas, jasmine tea, … Continue reading

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