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Why Radishes Are a Winter Superfood: Unveiling the Benefits

An old Chinese saying resonates with the season as the cold winter embraces us: “Eat radishes in winter and ginger in summer.” But with radishes being a “cooling” food, is it beneficial to consume them during the chilly months? Let’s explore why incorporating them into your winter diet can particularly benefit your health and what ...

Max Lu

A woman washing radishes in the sink.

Li Youfu, Master of Supernormal Abilities (Part 1)

Mr. Li Youfu is a cross-disciplinary genius, excelling as a martial arts champion and renowned medical expert. While he has a master’s degree in martial arts and a doctorate in traditional Chinese medicine from China and the United States, he has another particular skill that’s not commonly seen today — supernormal abilities. Remote diagnosis What ...

Tatiana Denning

Li Youfu doing a meditation exercise.

The Miraculous Healing Abilities of Yao Yingfeng

Are you curious about the miraculous cures and techniques of ancient Chinese doctors like Yao Yingfeng? Then, join us on a journey across time and space to uncover ancient Chinese medicine’s mysterious secrets and power! Ancient Chinese medicine Ancient Chinese medicine was profound and inherited from the Taoist culture. Throughout the dynasties, many doctors who ...

Hermann Rohr

Chinese herbs, a pot, a mortar and pestle, and paper packets tied with string sit on a wooden surface.

Miraculous Efficacy of Ancient Chinese Medicine

Chinese culture has endured for the past 5,000 years and traditional Chinese medicine has always been an inseparable part of it. Modern-day people, especially the younger generation, often perceive this ancient Chinese medicine to be somewhat unsophisticated and less advanced than present-day pharmaceutical medicinal practices. Ancient practitioners of Chinese medicine often left detailed records of ...

Emma Lu

An illustration of ancient Chinese doctor, Li Shizhen.

5 Types of Flower Tea to Improve Your Health and Wellbeing

Are you a female under stress? Do you find yourself working overtime? Not getting enough sleep? Well, ladies, a cup of flower tea may be just what the doctor ordered to help improve your health and wellbeing.  In today’s fast-paced society, women often work long days. Whether it be their jobs, needing to care for ...

Tatiana Denning

A cup of rose tea.

Discovery of an Invisible Organ: The Meridians

In 2018, American scientists published an article in the journal Scientific Reports of Nature, stating that they had uncovered an invisible organ called “interstitium.” Scientists say that the latest discoveries have revealed a “highway” of fluid flow in the human body. This highway seems to be everywhere — under the skin, lurking around the arteries ...

Believe It Or Not

Well-Known Taiwanese Chinese Medical Doctor Hu Naiwen

The over-70, white-haired but young-looking Taiwanese herbalist Hu Naiwen not only has great skills, but he also treats his patients like friends and family. He is always smiling and full of energy. Many of his patients have tried out many famous doctors before they found Dr. Hu Naiwen and got cured. They express great gratitude and respect ...

Helen London

Dr. Hu Naiwen.

Getting to the Root of the Problem With Chinese Medicine

A control systems engineer in charge of product design and solutions and the creation of product manuals had an intriguing insight one day after reading The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine (Huangdi Neijing), a Chinese medicine medical text that’s generally dated between the late Warring States Period (475-221 B.C.) and the Han Dynasty (206 ...

Max Lu

'The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine.'