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Chinese Medicine Worked Like Nothing Else
from DS

Hi Ed:  I have wanted to shout from the roof top to all the people suffering from P because I have found something that is working for me. I've waited to be sure that what I've found is/was going to work. 

I saw a Dr. of Chinese Medicine almost a month ago.  He performed acupuncture two times and gave me a bags of herbs to boil to broth.  The herbs look like items from a nature walk, pieces of bark, buds from flowers, berries, etc.  The broth smells horrible and looks and taste worse than it smells.  Within 2 days, drinking 1 cup 3 times per day, my P began to heal.  Honest to God. 

I awoke on day 2, looked down at my legs (over 45 lesions) and literally thought I was dreaming!  Some of the lesions had begun to heal from the inside out! 

Like everything before, I figured I would relapse within a few days/weeks.  Not true.  I live in Florida and wore shorts today for the first time in over 3 years.  I have very light "blotches" where the lesions were at one time bright red and with silver plaque.

I, like many other people, have tried everything and anything with no results.  This is working for me. Perhaps it could work for others?

*****

Ed’s Response:   I’m glad to hear from someone who has had good results on this acupuncture/herbal therapy.  It’s been around for a long time.  Searching on “Chinese” here at FlakeHQ yields at least 18 documents.  I think, though, that you are the first correspondent to report such good results.

When I tried this therapy in 1994 my experience was probably doomed from the onset.  One, I visited a Chinese doctor in San Francisco, 2,500 miles from my home.  I received the acupuncture treatment only once, then would have had to rely on mail order for my herbal tea.  The most important lesson I learned was be near a Chinese doctor and herbalist if you’re serious about pursuing this therapy.

I hope you’ll drop us another email in a few months to let us know how your therapy holds up over time.  We wish you the best!  -Ed

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