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September 11, 2013 at 4:35 pm #695
Please go to this site and fill out a patient form. And report back on your TCM diagnosis when you get an e-mail back from them.
I want to see what TCM syndrome patterns do some of your condition fall into for further analysis.There is another way that you can stop porn addiction, chronic masturbation and recover your sexual health without fighting it with willpower. With the right mindset you won't even relapse. You can learn more about the recovery program hereSeptember 11, 2013 at 4:35 pm #696
Thank you so much for your precious time to fill out the form. Our experts team and I have researched your personal condition carefully. As to your sexual exhaustion such as impotence,
premature ejaculation and weak erection Chinese medicine considers it is due to deficiency of liver and kidney. Therefore the treatment strategy is to tonify your liver and kidney so that give you a comprehensive treatment and help you successfully.
According to your condition, herbal tea is the best treatment. Our suggestion is 20 days herbal tea to see the efficiency. Are you ready to the treatment now? Hope we could help you a lot.
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Dr. MingSeptember 11, 2013 at 4:36 pm #697
Hmmm…this means that the liver is probably part of your problem. He didn’t specify if it was kidney yin or kidney yang but I would guess that since he didn’t say kidney yin it’s probably kidney yang which is easier to treat.
I would e-mail him back and ask if it lends toward kidney yang or kidney yin.
A while back I was given the diagnosis of kidney yin deficiency and deficient fire in the stomach (I suffer from anxiety, dry stool, hot flash like symptoms etc.). I was also diagnosed with kidney yin deficiency and blood stagnation by a TCM doctor that I actually went and see, the diagnosis was given after analyzing my pulse & tounge with the only other information being my condition of impotence and some depression.September 11, 2013 at 4:36 pm #698
Well, I have been reading the materials on Dr.Lins CD and it explained that repeatedly emptying the seminal vesicles eventually results in depleting the testosterone reserve responsible for recharging the ANS (Many sexually exhausted young men still have testosterone levels above the 500 ng/dl according to Dr.Lin). The body then solely relies on the adrenals for its source of testosterone and eventually tires the adrenals out.
Your body then is locked in a low testosterone mode unless jumpstarted by an external source which are herbal formulas. When the body is jumpstarted by an external testosterone source, it then charges the ANS which in turn charges the endrocrine system which can now produce hormones the level it use to so now the endocrine can recharge the ANS without an outside source (Dr.Lin puts the car analogy here).
Testosterone will give the ANS a instant charge but it alone cannot do the job. You must have to do this when you are relaxed such as when going to bed. Dr.Lin suggests soy + zinc for the liver to prevent testosterone from being aromatased excessively into estrogen.
This does not explain the cases of high testosterone people such as who’s condition may be of another factor such as nitrix oxide, PGE hormones, acetylcholine etc.
So I would suggest that some of you step up and try Tongkat Ali 1:50 (+ other factors), I will experiment with it but at the end of the first semester at this new college.September 11, 2013 at 4:36 pm #699
your condition, it is due to the kidney-liver yin depletion, our treatment strategy is to supplement the liver and boost the kidney, quicken the blood and free the network vessels. Our experts suggest you would take our herbal tea about two months. We suggest you would order our 30 days herbal tea first. If you are interested in it, please let us know. Thanks!
Our herbal tea is very natural and no side effect, it is very effective
The total cost of the 30 days herbal tea is $240.00September 11, 2013 at 4:36 pm #700
HOw effective are there herbal teas?September 11, 2013 at 4:37 pm #701
im glad the Lin cd is being useful to you…September 11, 2013 at 4:37 pm #702
At this point I do not recommend anyone to order the herbal teas or herbs from Dr.Ming because I have (I have experience with hundreds of different supplements so I’ve seen a lot) and saw no improvements in any area. With another local TCM doctor, I did saw some non-sexual improvements in my health but it is not significant to warrant the amount of money I put in.
There are many syndromes of impotence in TCM, the most common is kidney yang deficiency. I would like to see what diagnosis would get, considering that his testosterone is high unlike some of us.September 11, 2013 at 4:37 pm #703
what do you make of these herbs for yang deficiency?
YangSeptember 11, 2013 at 4:38 pm #704
A lot of the herbs considered to be yang, boosts testosterone or are stimulant like. You can find many different formulas for yang deficiency in Chinese herbal stores.September 11, 2013 at 4:38 pm #705
Chinese medicine considers your listed problems are due to kidney deficiencySeptember 11, 2013 at 4:38 pm #706
roasted not-hulled sesame seeds ( preferably black ) are considered very effective for kidney qi, kidney yin and liver yin deficiency. 15-30g every day.
-nourish liver and kidney, yin deficiency – blurred vision, tinnitus, dizziness, recovery after illnesses
-nourish blood, clear wind – headache, dizziness, numbness
-moisten and lubricate intestine – constipation
I dont personally recommend playing around with too many yang tonics especially not big dosages, as most people are qi, jing or yin deficient in the root of the disease.September 11, 2013 at 4:38 pm #707
thats weird how TCM thinks its my kidney that is weak … i dont get thatSeptember 11, 2013 at 4:39 pm #708
You can read about kidneys in TCM, its very complex to find the correct diagnosis in TCM. Kidneys are the “root” for all yin and yang energy in the body and have tons of functions.September 11, 2013 at 4:39 pm #709
By kidney it includes the adrenal glands, a kidney diagnosis is pretty much a hormonal problem.September 11, 2013 at 4:39 pm #710
i have a kidney problem to i suppose, since this is hormonal, is this easy to fix?September 11, 2013 at 4:39 pm #711
“As to your condition, it is due to the dual vacuity of qi and blood. Our treatment strategy is to supplement qi and nourish the blood. Our experts suggest you would take our herbal tea about 1 to 2 months. We suggest you would order the 20 days herbal tea first. How is your opinion? And if there is any doubt, please let us know. Thanks! Hope we could help you!”
That validates my own diagnosis, as long term dampness is usually result of long term qi insufficiency. Qi and blood go hand in hand. I think the long healing time, research and food testing took its tax on my general Qi, even all organs are now in balance and qi is flowing smoothly. I have to preserve all energy, and all my health problems go away.
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