THE MESSAGE NO.139 JUNE 2013
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REMOVING GALLSTONES NATURALLY
by Dr Lai Chiu-Nan
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Gallstones may not be everyones' 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 people with cancer usually have stones. We all have gallstones. It's a matter of big or small, many or few.
One of the symptoms of gallstones is a feeling of bloatedness after a heavy meal. You feel like you can't digest the food. If it gets more serious, you feel pain in the liver area."
So if you think you have gallstones, Chiu Nan offers the following method to remove them naturally. The treatment is also good for those with a weak liver, because the liver and gallbladder are closely linked.
1. For the first five days, take four glasses of apple juice every day. Or eat four or five apples, whichever you prefer. Apple juice softens the gallstones. During the five days, eat normally.
2. On the sixth day, take no dinner.
3. At 6 PM, take a teaspoon of Epsom salt (magnesium sulphate) with a glass of warm water.
4. At 8 PM, repeat the same. Magnesium sulphate opens the gallbladder ducts.
5. At 10 PM, take half cup olive oil (or sesame oil) with half cup fresh lemon juice. Mix it well and drink it. The oil lubricates the stones to ease their passage.
PS. 1cup=250ml, cup lemon juice=3 lemons (approx.) The next morning, you will find green stones in your stools. "Usually they float," Chiu Nan notes. "You might want to count them. I have had people who passed 40, 50 or up to 100 stones. Very many." "Even if you don't have any symptoms of gallstones, you still might have some. It's always good to give your gall bladder a clean-up now and then.
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NEW JOGGING AND TREKKING GROUND FOUND
Next to the place where I have now taken up residence, there stands a picturesque hillock. On one side of the hillock several blocks of condos stand sky high where city people dwell in those high-rise. They block the blue and sometimes cloudy or smoggy sky of Desa Petaling.
The other side of the hillock overlooks the Salak South New Village. Here stands some developed land but no concrete and steel have encroached upon it yet. So residents here, took advantage of the spacious grounds and have apparently turned it into a jogging ground. In the mornings and evenings, hoards of people walk, jog and even dance there to exercise and breathe in the super fresh air! We discovered this place some time ago. Most mornings we are there. So one dayc
We got ready and soon we were on our way to the jogging ground. We walked further in and then took to the jungle. We have to descend a steep slope. We held on to the ropes. Strange, people have tied some ropes on trees so that walkers and joggers have something to hold on! Else, once they slip, they would tumble down the slope until they hit a tree that would halt their rolling descent. Soon we hit bottom. From the bottom we ascended the slope and saw some monkeys swinging among the trees. We managed to climb up to the top. The track was rugged. We had to hold on to little trees, shrubs and even buttress of trees.
Among the vegetations are very straight little trees. These thin and straight little ones are racing upwards in their fight for more sunlight. They are competing with some huge trees with widespread foliage canopies.
There are no undergrowths. For under the canopies of the trees, no sunlight could filter down. The soil is exposed ground, but the root systems of the vegetations are networked so closely that no soil could run off with any rain water. The jungle is a pristine place. Strange there were few mosquitoes, nor leeches around.
The place is now my chosen ideal daily jungle trekking ground. - CSS
AN OUTING THAT ENDS IN A VERY INTERESTING MEETING
One morning I hopped into Williamfs car with Nancy and John, William's visitor from down under - an Aussie. William ferried John to the station where John boarded the LRT. That was the end of him with us as company. But it was the beginning of our exploratory trip in PJ sprawling city.
Next, William drove over to pick up our friend Steven. Then, William sent his missus to their daughter's house in Taman Tun Dr. Ismail. From there William, Steven and me shot off free - no ladies. We drove over to Kota Damansara and took the new road to Sungai Buloh through a very new housing area.
At Sungai Buloh we had a most filling lunch of rice, meat boiled in herbs called ribs and bones tea. We proceeded to a plant nursery. There we saw all sorts of plants especially some very rare and weird ones. William and Steven bought some processed coconut husks for planting. William is now a part-time gardener at some religious institution. He needs all sorts of material, plants, tools and other gardening accessories that he said are needful for his creative gardening.
After making all the purchases, we returned to Taman Tun Dr. Ismail. There at a stall I bought some fried bananas as tidbits for tea. We moved on to Lorong Zaaba to visit Haji Bahari Shafie and his wife Sit Rohani. We had a two-hour long visit reminiscing our former school days and discussed on how to keep ourselves fit.
Haji Bahari once had a very bad eyesight ailment. Now he has recovered from the seeing defect. What are the remedies or medications that had helped him regain his good 6/6 eyesight? He consumes pure olive oil mixed with honey. New discovery!
William cut in and said he takes Van Hauten Coco mixed with honey!! Wow, how do eye doctors live now if eye defects could be that easily remedied? But I feel that the cures might be applicable to individuals only. If you try the above and do not get a cure, you are just not one of those lucky souls!
During our conversations, we mentioned of some waterfalls and the Chamang Waterfall crossed our minds. We knew that some accidents had happened there and those victims were actually good swimmers. From our small talks we realized that the most scary thing that could happen during a swim are muscle cramps on the swimmers' body. Drowning might happen when the swimmer's legs or arms cramp! At six we left them.
By Suy Sang
THE BENEFITS OF WALKING
The human body is made to walk.
Walking 30 minutes a day cuts the rate of people becoming diabetic by more than half and it cuts the risk of people over 60 becoming diabetic by almost 70 percent.
Walking cuts the risk of stroke by more than 25 percent.
Walking reduces hypertension. The body has over 100,000 miles of blood vessels. Those blood vessels are more supple and healthier when we walk.
Walking cuts the risk of cancer as well as diabetes and stroke.
Women who walk have a 20 percent lower likelihood of getting breast cancer and a 31 percent lower risk of getting colon cancer.
Women with breast cancer who walk regularly can reduce their recurrence rate and their mortality rate by over 50 percent.
The human body works better when we walk. The body resists diseases better when we walk, and the body heals faster when we walk.
We don't have to walk a lot. Thirty minutes a day has a huge impact on our health. Men who walk thirty minutes a day have a significantly lower level of prostate cancer. Men who walk regularly have a 60 percent lower risk of colon cancer.
For men with prostate cancer, studies have shown that walkers have a 46 percent lower mortality rate.
Walking also helps prevent depression, and people who walk regularly are more likely to see improvements in their depression.
In one study, people who walked and took medication scored twice as well in 30 days as the women who only took the medication. Another study showed that depressed people who walked regularly had a significantly higher level of not being depressed in a year compared to depressed people who did not walk. The body generates endorphins when we walk. Endorphins help us feel good.
Walking strengthens the heart. Walking strengthens bones.
Walking improves the circulatory system.
Walking generates positive neurochemicals. Healthy eating is important but dieting can trigger negative neurochemicals and can be hard to do.
Walking generates positive neurochemicals. People look forward to walking and enjoy walking.
And research shows that fit beats fat for many people. Walking half an hour a day has health benefits that exceed the benefits of losing 20 pounds.
When we walk every day, our bodies are healthier and stronger. A single 30 minute walk can reduce blood pressure by five points for over 20 hours.
Walking reduces the risk of blood clots in your legs.
People who walk regularly have much lower risk of deep vein thrombosis.
People who walk are less likely to catch colds, and when people get colds, walkers have a 46 percent shorter symptom time from their colds.
Walking improves the health of our blood, as well. Walking is a good boost of high density cholesterol and people with high levels of HDL are less likely to have heart attacks and stroke.
Walking significantly diminishes the risk of hip fracture and the need for gallstone surgery is 20 to 31 percent lower for walkers.
Walking is the right thing to do. The best news is that the 30 minutes doesn't have to be done in one lump of time. Two 15 minute walks achieve the same goals. Three 10 minute walks achieve most of those goals.
We can walk 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes at night and achieve our walking goals.
Walking feels good. It helps the body heal. It keeps the body healthy. It improves our biological health, our physical health, our psychosocial health, and helps with our emotional health. Walking can literally add years entire years to your life. ALL ACCUPRESSURE POINTS ARE IN THE SOLE OF YOUR FEET.
HOORAY! JOHN CHINNIAH CELEBRATES HIS 78th BIRTHDAY
We arrived at Sentul to find the place where John Chinniah said he was going to throw his birthday do. The church was nowhere to be found - the place we were going to. I made a U-turn and went to the Tamil Methodist church instead.
Fortunately, a youngster there guided me to the Grace Methodist Church where John Chinniah would be holding his birthday party. We drove in there, it was all quiet. Why? The Sunday church service was ongoing. We found the place almost deserted even when we neared the church building. However, we sat down outside some benches. I was suggesting that we go for some food in a coffee shop. Suddenly, John appeared from almost nowhere! Oh! No wonder he was inside the sound-proof church where the service was going on. He led us into the church. It had been a long time I have had the opportunity to attend a church service especially a Methodist one!
The church service went on with sermon from a pastor. Then there were the singing of hymns and other ceremonies all quite familiar with me like I have experienced long ago during my school days in the Methodist English School in Bentong. The service ended at 11.00.
The John Chinniah's birthday party started outside the main church buildings under the shades of canopies. There were two cakes for the celebration: one for John and another was for the celebration of parents since today was Mothers' Day. The whole church congregation sang the birthday song for John. He celebrated his 78th birthday.
We were treated to a sumptuous lunch of nasi bryiani, curry chicken and ajak with syrup drink and watermelons thrown in. We were happy to see John celebrated his birthday in a grandiose way.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE FOLLOWING IN JUNE
||LAU FEE CHU
||ZAINAL BIN LISUT
||MOHD NOOR MOHAMMED
||CHEONG AH MOI (MRS. HOH)
||TG. ABD. WAHAB B. TG. ABD. AZIZ
||CHEONG YET LAN
||LU AH NGAN (MRS. LAU)
||THAM CHEE LOONG
||MOHD ZABIL HJ ABD KADIR
||HAJI ABDUL RAHIM
||TAN BENG CHIN
||LENG KAM YEE
||LOO TEE SEE
||MOHD NOOR TA'AYUN
||ONG SEK KEE
||CHRITINE CHAN FOOK THYE
||SAR KIM LEN
||YAP MING FATT
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