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Lay Wah
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« on: Oct 15, 2008, 15:02:42 »

I don't know how effective this is, but the following article has been circulating, therefore I hope it will help someone.

I want to share a secret for treating high cholesterol.  Three weeks ago l went for a cholesterol check.  To my surprise, it was above the normal range, which should be less than 5.2 mmol/L.  My reading obtained was 6.6.  I had been consuming a lot of red meat and lamb recently.  After consuming mu'er 木耳 (black fungus, mok yee in Cantonese) for two weeks, l had my cholesterol checked again and found that its level fell to 4.70 mmol/L.
 
My pharmacist said that even cholesterol medication will need 1-3 months to take effect.  She was very surprised and said it is a miracle.
 
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I immediately followed an advice of a friend who told me about black fungus.  He had four blocked heart arteries, over 90 percent blocked.  His cardiologist advised him to go for bypass surgery, failing which he would suffer an imminent heart attack.  His sinseh (chinese physician) friend advised him against surgery as the procedure would be messy, painful and expensive.
 
He followed the advise of his sinseh friend by consuming black fungus daily.  After consuming boiled black fungus juice for 40 days, he went for an angiogram.  His heart specialist was surprised and shocked that his arteries were all cleared of any blockage and it would not be necessary to see him for another 10 years!
 
My observation is that black fungus juice is not only effective in treating high blood cholestrol but also helps to bring relief to joint paints, arthritis and poor blood circulation.
 
The internet information claims that black fungus reduces blood clot, preventing thrombosis, atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease, and cancer.  Black fungus contains abundant protein, ferric, calcium, vitamin, rough fibre, the content of protein is equal to meat.
 
Preparation:
 
 1)  Pick a hand full of black fungus and soak in water for 1-2  hours.
 2)  Wash it and cut to pieces with scissors.
 3)  Pour five bowls of plain water into slow cooker (crock pot)
 4)  Put 2-3 slices of ginger, 8-10 red dates, 20 kay chee (wolf berry) into crock pot.
 5)  Bring to boil for 8 hours.  One and a half bowls of black fungus juice will remain after boiling overnight.
 
Consumption:  You may consume it for 10 to 14 days according to the severity of the problem.  For those with low blood pressure consume less or only in alternate days.  Drink black fungus first thing in the morning with an empty stomach.  Consume at least one large bowl.  Take breakfast 2 hours later.

Side effects:  You may feel a little tired after 3-4 days.  Consume multivitamins and fresh fruits and vegetables daily.  Do not eat oily or fried foods during this period.
 
Observation:  Dark and oily stool during the first two days.
 
Remarks:  Cholesterol medication is chemical in nature and may harm the liver.  Black fungus is a plant and does not contain chemicals.
 
Take blood test for blood cholesterol before and after treatment.

Thank you and may God bless you with vibrant health.
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 17, 2008, 18:53:03 »

Hi Lay Wah,

Is this something that you have experienced personally or is this just an article taken off the internet?
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 18, 2008, 15:07:22 »

I heard a Chinese physcian saying that eating black fungus can reduce cholesterol.  Effective or not I'm not sure but I tried it anyway.  I eat black fungus with vegetables once a week, reduce meat intake, stop eating red meat and my cholesterol level drop after 6 months!  Even my good cholesterol also drops...
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« Reply #3 on: Dec 18, 2008, 16:37:07 »

My master shared something about the difference between Western and Eastern medicine.

The Western focuses on solving problems (microscopic) while the Eastern focuses on creating solutions (macroscopic).

Let us use the analogy of brewing a vat of medicine.  When the Westerners saw that ants were attracted to the vat, they researched and found that by adding Medicine A they could keep the ants away.  But after sometime, the ants started to be attracted again, and they did a research again to get Medicine B.  Then not long after, the ants became attracted to the vat again and the Westerns continued research work to produce Medicine C.  This cycle went on and on for who-knows-how-long.

On the other hand, the Easterners observed this phenomenon and did their research too.  They found out that all they had to do was simply increase the heat under the vat to keep the ants away.
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« Reply #4 on: Feb 03, 2009, 14:12:09 »

Hi Spencer,

I tried it on my husband and it worked (used him as an experiment Grin).  So to comfirm it, I tried it myself and my cholesterol level has decreased too.  I was lazy and did not use exact measurements.  I just boiled a handful of fungi with a thumb size ginger and estimated amount of dates with water.  One big pot to half.  Note the water will not be much since the fungi occupy most of the half pot.  No side effects.

Cheers
lay wah
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