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Sun, Sands and Sea that Natural Remedies to All Diseases

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Sun (Tai Yang /太 阳), Sands (Earth/ Tu [土]), Sea (water / shui /水). 

Go to beach

for male to play or swiming in sea water to strength the kidney, after that bake under the morning sun to vapor the water inside you, other variaton bury your body under the sands and bake it under the sun light.


For Female, cause u have yin constitute body, you need the warm of sun and fire in the kitchen,  in the beach importan for woman to bake the body under the morning sun, or bury your body under the sands and bake with sun light, female could not play or swiming with sea water to long, can not use bikini cause easy to make cold and winds come inside the body, arabian woman who closed her body with cloth only be seen eyes only; maybe they doing the right thing to do cause the cloth they wear protec they body from winds and colds.


If you have uncure disases can not be cure by any kind medicate or medicine, or your disase to damend complicate so there no way and no where to go to cure the disases, I sugesst go to the beach, borrow the power of nature to help remedies or lighten your disases, espesially after full moonlight night and after night without moon.

The beach must sepecific there no river close in area so there only salt water in the beach, of course the beach must natural and free from poluttan and free from dangerous chamical, in certain survival and emergency situation when hospital or health care prefail to help you or give certain medicate or medicine your needs to lighten your disease you could tried this sugesstion to lighten your disases

Of course this not function if you get wound like stop bleeding, and it's would take times to works


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On 8/13/2017 at 6:30 AM, Rspreps said:


There are theory of medicine but cause a bit difficult to explaint to others so i made very short post.

Tai yang (sun)

Taiyang Small Intestine Meridian of Hand, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/taiyang-small-intestine-meridian-of-hand

Taiyang Bladder Meridian of Foot, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/taiyang-bladder-meridian-of-foot


Tai yin (full moon)

 Taiyin Lung Meridian of Hand,, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/taiyin-lung-meridian-of-hand

Taiyin Spleen Meridian of Foot, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/taiyin-spleen-meridian-of-foot


Jue yin (night with out moon)

Jueyin Pericardium Meridian of Hand, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/jueyin-pericardium-meridian-of-hand

Jueyin Liver Meridian of Foot, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/jueyin-liver-meridian-of-foot


Yang Ming (morning sun after the night with out the moon)

Yangming Large Intestine Meridian of Hand, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/yangming-large-intestine-meridian-of-hand

Yangming Stomach Meridian of Foot, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/yangming-stomach-meridian-of-foot


So the meredian chanel in your body connected or be influence with the actual movement of moon and sun


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Thanks for posting that. It is widely accepted among sportsmen in the west that the solunar tables,  http://www.solunarforecast.com/solunarcalendar.aspx marking relative position of the Sun and Moon in respect to any area on earth are a factor in the activity of fish and animals, so it makes sense to me that humans are affected as well.  I live a thousand miles from the sea, but I agree with your first post, if you're dying you might as well go to the beach.

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In  China, for instance, the numinous force was believed to mirror the Sun’s annual journey through the Ecliptic–meaning its apparent path on the celestial sphere–and to circulate in a network of 12 primary jing luo (經络) known in English as the chinglo channels or simply channels or meridians (a term coined in 1939 by George Soulié de Morant, a French diplomat). These imaginary pathways run from head to toes and interconnect around 360 primary points on the skin.10 There is a strong possibility that the web of these channels was a rudimentary model of the vascular system that was conceptualized according to an episteme­–meaning a set of fundamental beliefs–that was based on astrological principles and mythology. This episteme­ also indicated that a person’s health and destiny are determined by the position of the Sun, the Moon, the 5 Planets and the apparition of comets, along with the person’s time of birth.11 In this worldview, each body segment corresponds to one of the 12 Houses of the Chinese zodiac system di zhi (地支) known in English as the Earthly Branches, and which consists of 12 two-hour (30°) divisions of the Ecliptic. The channels are therefore named according to their degree of yin (阴) and yang (阳), from tai yang (太阳) to jue yin (厥阴), which are terms that describe the phases and the positions of the Sun and the Moon.12 Each has five special points designated by the characters 水 (Water), 木 (Wood), 火 (Fire), 土 (Earth) and 金 (Metal) which are also the Chinese terms for Mercury, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Venus,13 and seem to correspond to the transit positions of these Planets in the matching House. Each point is also associated with a color, which comes from the visual appearance of the matching Planet in the night sky. Venus is white, Jupiter blue-green, Saturn golden-yellow, Mars red, and Mercury “black,” for it appears to be the dimmest of the five. Each of these points has also an occult connection with a direction, a segment of time, a season, a number set, a taste, a musical note, an internal organ, a body region, etc, in an ancient Chinese metaphysical cosmology often referred to as “correlative cosmology”14 and reminiscent of the esoteric and mystical beliefs held by Pythagoras of Samos (c. 580-c. 490 BC) and his followers, the Pythagoreans.15 In his occult and magico-mystical worldview, the nature of the life-force qi is often described in such terms:



More better explanation than my very raw explanation




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