I received a comment dropped by a reader by the name of Karen. She has kindly shared her experience in the gallbladder flush- introduced by Dr Lai Chun Nan. Her experience served as an inspiration for those who are considering to try this method. Here is Karen’s experience: I have to share my experience. I came [...]
Interesting by unexplainable symptoms of heartburn- nothing turned up at tests and all over the counter medication relief were not effective: Doctors don’t seem to have a clue what’s going on. Any ideas? At 17, I was already having heartburn after eating/drinking certain things. When I turned 19, it had gotten to a point that [...]
The following method was taught to me by my friend Sukhada, who have learned this from his ayurvedic teacher. He himself constantly practice this gallbladder cleanse and have been teaching this to his students who were learning yoga from him. Those who have tried it have benefited from this. If you’re used to unhealthy diet (which [...]
The gallbladder is known as “dan” in Chinese language and it means courage. In the West, when we may say “the gall of you!”, similarly to saying “how dare you!”. If a person has a small or weak gallbladder, it implies lack of courage, timidity, fear and indecisiveness. On the other hand, a person who [...]
Today, I received a comment left by a reader by the name of Paul. He shares his experience in using the gallbladder flush method that was introduced by Dr Lai Chui Nan. Instead of publishing as a comment, in which may go unnoticed, I’ve decided to post his experience under a single post. To view [...]
In a way, it is quite fortunate that I generally do not have much craving for oily or fried food. No doubt I enjoy eating them once a while, but each time I consume a meal consisting too much of fried and fatty food, I will feel nausea. Therefore, I seldom crave for food like [...]
Gallstones may not be everyone’s concern. But they should be because we all have them. Moreover, gallstones may lead to cancer. “Cancer is never the first illness,” Chiu Nan points out. “Usually, there are a lot of other problems leading to cancer. In my research in China, I came across some materials which say that [...]
Nice people who cannot say no and set proper boundaries end up developing cancer or an auto immune disease like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. Yes it real unfair and it sucks. But it could be our body's way of telling us to stop putting the needs of others ahead of our own, stop neglecting ourselves and set appropriate boundaries in life.