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In North American folk medicine, cranberry juice is used for treating a number of bacterial infections. Turmeric is an excellent herbal remedy used for centuries in the Indian subcontinent for treating gastritis. The resin of Pistacia lentiscus, commonly known as mastic gum, is a popular herbal remedy for H.
Gingerols, the key polyphenolic constituents in ginger, are potent antibacterial compounds. Achellia millifolium, commonly known as yarrow, is a medicinal plant with significant anti H. Chinese cinnamon, also called cassia or Cinnamomum cassia, is used in the traditional medicine systems of Asia for treating gastritis.It contains cinnamic acid and eugenol that researches suggest protect the stomach lining from the corrosive activities of excess stomach acid by increasing mucus secretion. The fragrant flowering plant Gardenia jasminoides, commonly known as Cape jasmine, can be used for treating gastritis. Recently, the media reported that there are individuals in China drinking urine with the claim that it can cure disease, and that there exist nearly 10,000 loyal followers. A major example of healthcare hysteria can be seen in the appearance of various peculiar therapies, most of them exploiting the name and theories of traditional Chinese medicine and exaggerating claims to attract customers.
Many alternative remedies cannot guarantee their effectiveness, and can even be dangerous, as businesses rely on exaggerated claims to attract the attention of the masses. These so-called “unique therapies” are targeted at those who have periarthritis, arthritis, spondylosis, high blood pressure and other chronic diseases. The recently controversial urine treatment had a strong following within the country, and even established a “Chinese Urine Treatment Association” in Hong Kong. The masses’ tendency to “seek any cure when ill” not only fattened the pockets of many in the “health therapy” industry, it also gave rise to many miracle doctors. 2011 April 11 in Taipei, during a media event, Yixingtianxia: Stretching and Slapping as a Cure-all Solution author Xiao Hongci used a beautiful model to demonstrate the healing effectiveness of slapping [or clapping].
Li Yi was known as a “divine Daoist priest”, claimed to have 30,000 disciples, including Ma Yun and Wang Fei.
The reason why various silly health therapies are commonplace, why one falls only for another to become popular with the masses, is ultimately because the problem of it being difficult and expensive to get medical care in China has not been resolved. The ineffective or even lack of government oversight, as well as absences of laws, are also one of the main reasons for the growing healthcare hysteria in the country.
2005 December 15, a group of traveling salesmen arrived at a remote village in Shaoyang Village in Hunan Province, boasting a cure-all oral supplement. The reform of the healthcare system is the top priority, because if everyone can afford to get treatment, there would be no market for these so-called miracle doctors.
The hospitals and health care organizations are just like the financial organizations, monopolized. This only reflects that Chinese people cannot afford to go to the hospital, cannot afford to see doctors, cannot pay the high medical fees, so they have no choice but to believe in these folk remedies. Superstitious Chinese people, muddled minds, lost beliefs…a group of people without independent thinking, independent personalities, and independent actions!
Help us maintain a vibrant and dynamic discussion section that is accessible and enjoyable to the majority of our readers. We all know the secret for a healthy, longer life: Number one is to eat a balanced diet while avoiding too salty, sweety, spicy foods and shying away from processed food products inundated with additives and preservatives.

Eating healthy, exercising, trying to be positive… those things are not exotic, mystical or extreme enough for some people.
I agree that he has a habit of turning topics into anti-white rants, but really now, there are people who turn topics into anti-Chinese rants. It contains acid-neutralizing compounds genipin and ursolic acid that can reverse gastric damage. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional. For example, many health clinics promote “fire treatment” and claim it’s traditional Chinese moxibustion. On 2013 October 30 in Nanjing, a new healthcare concept called “Xiyu Sand Therapy” was introduced. In 2010, “miracle doctor” Zhang Wuben’s popular selling book You Are What You Eat promoted “eating mung beans as a cure-all solution”.
Since 2009, Xiao Hongci’s stretching and slapping method became popular across Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, and Guangzhou, with numerous classes, camps, and slapping sessions being held. Therefore, the ordinary common people can only seek alternative methods to improve their health.
With the current healthcare system, many people want to find a easy cures and shortcuts, putting their hopes in certain simple, easy, and inexpensive methods to miraculously and quickly cure their problems, falling for specious statements. The country does not have a clear definition and classification for traditional Chinese medicine and medical therapy. This elderly woman spent 160 yuan to buy the medicine mixture, completely unaware that the whole package cost only 10 yuan. The kind of people you have is the kind of government you have, which can also be said vice versa.
The common people do have have social security or health insurance, so most cannot afford to go get treatment, and can only go to these so-called “miracle doctors”. I refuse to believe the CT scanner in the hospital costs so much money, where just one session costs thousands. Certain illnesses can be addressed by Chinese medicine, but to use the name of traditional Chinese medicine to con people, that’s just wrong. Foreign hospitals and health care organizations cannot enter the country, while hospitals run by our own people are blackhearted like bandits. Or is it okay that he, eventhough he has been banned multiple times before, is continuing the same racist trolling over and over again?
Whuddyasack has been banned multiple times for racism, trolling and basically bringing any discussion level down to zero. Looking at the topics he is commenting on, you can see that he is constantly shifting discussions into completely different, but always the same direction and destroys the participation of others that would otherwise probably continue discussing. He was initially banned for suspected trolling and then subsequently banned for circumvention. In a small number of cases, long-term intake of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), bile reflux, autoimmune disease, heavy drinking, excess secretion of stomach acid, trauma or pernicious anemia damages the stomach lining, leading to gastritis.
It can therefore be used as an alternative to standard H2 blocker medications such as ranitidine or cimetidine. These antibacterial components of mastic gum also possess anti-inflammatory property that alleviates inflammation of the stomach lining.

Moreover, the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of the phenolic compounds of yarrow can reduce the risk of gastritis.
Looking at the domestic healthcare trends in recent years, miracle treatments, miracle medicines, miracle health therapies, and the like have been commonplace, with various healthcare products promoted under the pretense of being traditional Chinese medicine, resulting in frequent episodes of hysteria. Although the urokinase in urine can have the effect of thinning the blood, it isn’t necessary to drink urine.
In February of 2014, Zhang Wuben was diagnosed with cerebral infarction and entered Peking University No.
In a book titled Are There Supernatural Beings in the World, there is a medical case of Li Yi using electricity to treat a paralyzed patient until he recovered sensations in his hands and feet. What more, these miracle doctors love using famous people, celebrities, and politicians to promote their medical practices and influence. Photo is of 2005 July in Huaibei, Anhui Province, where hundreds of seniors endured the summer heat and waited in line overnight to get free medical treatment. There are no professional qualifications, standards, or oversight system for traditional Chinese medical establishments and relevant training organizations, leading to many fake traditional Chinese doctors and fake health remedies.
They shut the doors to torment you, shut the doors to fleece you, and you even have to willingly accept it! I dislike the guy as much if not more than most, but we’re not going to be biased about this.
In addition, the ginger compounds can protect the gastrointestinal tract from toxic chemicals, thereby maintaining the normal functioning of the digestive system. Photo is of 2004 August 8, where 30 middle-aged to elderly individuals gathered at a hotel in Guangzhou and, after discussing the “health benefits of drinking urine” one after another entered the restroom with a cup to fill with their own urine that they then happily drank in front of others.
The business claimed this combines “magnetic”, “heat”, “light” and “massage” therapies into one single comprehensive treatment.
The “Chinese Urine Treatment Association” was discovered to have no legal representative, and the president of the association responded that “those who have not drank urine have no right to speak”.
Li Yi’s deed was met with skepticism from the medical community, and was exposed by writer Fang Zhouzi on Weibo.
2010 December 29, CCTV’s Focus Interview exposed the illegal fraudulent medical practices of Liu Fengjun, the head of Beijing Dadaotang.
Photo is of 2012 October 5 in Wenling City of Zhejiang, where hundreds of men and women from Taizhou scrambled over each other to get some of the all-curing “miracle water”.
For example, after Zhang Wuben was discredited, his Wubentang clinic was demolished, but the reason cited was that his pseudo-imperial architecture did not match the local sport stadium’s architecture and was thus deemed an illegal structure.
This photo is of 2014 from June 24 in Chongqing, where two seniors with a decade’s experience in urine treatment drank fresh urine in front of reporters. Netizens found the video of Li Yi holding his breath underwater, one example of what underpinned his legend, and then proceeded to expose his lies.
Published in Liu Fengjun’s book The Health Remedies China’s Dragon Culture were many photos of Liu with famous people [above: Director Zhang Yimou]. Photo is of 2010 June 1 in Beijing, as workers dismantled the Wubentang clinic located at the Olympic Village.

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