Monday, August 13, 2012

Inflamed Appendix Removal by Open Surgery



Inflammation is a part of the body's response to harmful stimuli. It may be brought about by pathogens, so if you have an infection, inflammation may be the result. It may also occur when there is some form of injury to the tissues.

You may also like:
Sea buckthorn yeast infection 
Removing itchy skin tags
Ratanhia toothpaste health benefits
Hyaluronic acid lip injections

Red Blood Cells



Sedimented Red Blood Cells via Wikimedia Commons
The rate of sedimentation can reveal the amount of inflammatory activity in your body.


You may also like:
Sea buckthorn yeast infection 
Removing itchy skin tags
Ratanhia toothpaste health benefits
Hyaluronic acid lip injections

Smells Can Make Your Memory Better


Some years ago, my parents made a special party for my friends and their parents. It was my fifth birthday and I can still remember the type of fun I had. I was so excited! I received two special gifts from my parents that I absolutely adored; a new wristwatch with a Roy Rogers picture on it and a big bottle of cologne that smelled just like the one my dad used to wear.
After the kids went home, the adults stayed to have their own party and I was able to stay up late for the first time I could remember. But the rule was, "I could be seen but not heard." I was bubbling with excitement about my new gifts and kept asking my mother if I could say something, I wanted everyone to smell my new cologne and hear my watch tick.
She said, "NO!" while repeating the rule, "Kids are to be seen and not heard." I wanted to tell everyone about my new presents, but my mother kept scolding that if I wanted to stay up until 10:00 O' Clock that I wasn't to make a peep. She said, "It's now the adults' time."
Well, I kept bugging her until she agreed that I could say something about my gifts and then I had to go right to bed.
I announced to everyone in my loudest voice. "If you hear anything or smell something, that's ME!" "Smell is a potent wizard that transports us across thousands of miles and all the years we have lived." - Helen Keller
Sometimes we are so wrapped up in our thinking and activity that we have lost touch with our senses. The old factory sense of smelling will bring us quickly back to a moment in time. Remember the smell of cookies baking in the oven around Christmas or the smell of the pine trees? It brings us right back to those childhood memories.
Many of us begin to lose our memory as our senses fade, but it can be recovered. In fact, you may be able to recover some long forgotten memories if you set an intention to be aware of smells. Focus on your nose as it recognizes its sensitivity. In Chinese medicine, the nose is related to the lungs and large intestines and if unbalanced, it will leave you with the feelings of sadness and grief. As you smell more consciously, let go of your judgment of the Aromas.
Don't label smells as either good or bad, simply appreciate them for their individual qualities. Smells can restore old memories. The positive emotions of the lungs are valor and courage. When I first stood up before a large group and started teaching the Recharging Qi Gong Exercises, I first did my deep breathing exercises to open up my lungs to bring in the emotion of courage to move forward.
I encourage you to start every morning with deep breathing like the percussive breathing.
The 36 exercises in the Recharging Qi Gong program will open up your breathing and transform sadness and grief into Valor and Courage. "When you start using the senses you've neglected, your reward is to see the world with completely fresh eyes." (Barbara Sher) You can still get on the program today by ordering now! Go check out my website athttp://www.rechargingqigong.com/recharging-qi-gong.html I wish you the best in your health, wealth and happiness.
Dr. Wu Dhi
You may also like:
Sea buckthorn yeast infection 
Removing itchy skin tags
Ratanhia toothpaste health benefits
Hyaluronic acid lip injections

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Free Tooth Extraction and Treatment of Dental Problems

Free dental clinics are held in many countries. They serve people who for one reason or another, cannot afford dental services. Many dentists involved in these clinics give their services free of charge.
Patients are treated on a first come first serve basis. Usually many persons come to get their dental problems dealt with. To ensure that they get in, some persons attending the clinic arrive very early. Persons planning the clinic usually have someone on hand to help to maintain order.

Free dental clinics are usually funded by non-profit organizations, which supply materials and pay for the cost of renting space for the clinic. They are also usually responsible for paying for part of the cost of transporting persons who have to come from a different part of the country.

Some free dental clinics are also hosted by practices. These dental practices sometimes give back in this way to the community in which they are located. Persons living in the community can get help with their dental problems at no charge to them.

The services which are usually given free of charge at these clinics include:
  • Dental examinations
  • Free cleanings
  • Free fillings
  • Free extractions

People without dental insurance frequently make use of these services. Approximately 33% of Americans have no dental insurance.
You may also like:
Sea buckthorn yeast infection 
Removing itchy skin tags
Ratanhia toothpaste health benefits
Hyaluronic acid lip injections

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Wasp on Fennel Flowers

Snapshots: Fennel

Uses of herbs: fennel
Fennel is a popular herb in the Mediterranean and worldwide.
It is a strong anti inflammatory.

Fennel also has the following uses:

  • Antioxidant protection
  • Immune support
  • Supports cardiovascular health
  • Supports colon health
You may also like:
Sea buckthorn yeast infection 
Removing itchy skin tags
Ratanhia toothpaste health benefits
Hyaluronic acid lip injections