Greatness

October 10, 2017

Awesome

October 10, 2017

Best

October 10, 2017

Imagination

October 10, 2017

“The Truth that sets you free is that you can experience in imagination what you desire to experience in reality, and by maintaining this experience in imagination, your desire will become an actuality.”
– Neville Goddard

TCM + NoFap

October 9, 2017

Some great points shared by these nofapstronauts.

Traditional Chinese Medicine view on ejaculation and its effects on health

Focus

October 9, 2017

“You have many habits that weaken you. The secret of change is to focus all your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.”
– Way of The Peaceful Warrior

Panax Ginseng

October 9, 2017

Asian (aka Panax) Ginseng is a powerful qi energy superior tonic herb.

The Chinese Ginseng is “warm” while the Korean Ginseng is “hot” in energy.

American Ginseng, on the other hand, is something different, which has a “cool” energy.

Each has importance depending on your specific needs.

Not all panax ginseng sold on the market is high quality. Most are junk. The cheap ones have a lot of fillers.

The all time best is wild grown ginseng from the Changbai mountain in China. Super expensive and very rare.

Next best is organically grown ginseng in Chinese mountain and Korea.

Force grown ginseng in some lab or local farm isn’t as good as ones that grow in pristine natural conditions around the mountain.

Ginseng root must be at least 6 years old before it becomes powerful and mature. Most ginseng products sold on market are 4yrs old or younger, and therefore not great.

The longer aged the better. 8-12 yrs old is very good. Some roots are 25yrs, 30yrs, and even 75yrs old. Those are super rare, ultra expensive, and very potent.

Resources:
Panax Ginseng: The World’s Greatest Tonic Herb: more information.

Dragon Herbs Ginseng Products:
The top herbal company run by the top herbalist Ron Teeguarden.

I got their Ginseng Sublime drops, which has all three types of 6yr old+ Ginseng in a blend.

They also have House Ginseng, costing less and has 6yr old+ Red Ginseng. If you’re a baller, they have Wild Ginseng drops for $95 for 1oz bottle! And various other product blends.

Auragin Red Korean Ginseng (Amazon):
Looks like a good quality 6yr old root product grown in Korea by Americans. I’m also trying these out while waiting for my Dragon Herbs ginseng to arrive.

Update:
I had a chance to try both products, on separare days, and while I think Auragin may be a high quality ginseng made by well-meaning people, the Dragon Herbs Ginseng Sublime is light years ahead. It’s the difference between an Apple laptop vs a Dell laptop.

Auragin ginseng, from my brief research, is simply good quality korean red root powdered into a capsule. Meaning, the strength is 1:1.

Ginseng Sublime is an extract of multiple pounds of roots, thus more potent. I think their ratio is 8:1, meaning 8 pounds of roots produces 1 gallon of extract. Super potent.

When I took the Auragin korean ginseng, my heart rate did go up and I felt slightly more alert. But there was also the stomach burning sensation I typically get if I touch spicy food these days. Korean ginseng is categorized as a “hot” herb in Chinese medicine, the same category as chili pepper and items like that. I have a very sensitive gut and avoid all hot spices normally. So, there was discomfort.

With Ginseng Sublime, I felt my energy boost right away, and it was like a mental & physical high type feeling! I don’t want to overhype it but it was definitely noticeable right away. Zen, alert, happy, energetic, good mood.

Ginseng Sublime uses all three types of Ginseng. American (cooling), Chinese (warming), and Korean (hot). It is said to be perfectly balanced in energies, yin and yang. And I did not feel any discomfort in the stomach at all.

Ron Teeguarden is also the yoda of tonic herbalism, so his extraction methods and ingredient quality with Ginseng Sublime is likely to be unsurpassed by anyone. He probably has tricks of the trade that we don’t even know about, like a legendary sushi chef vs a new up and comer.

Lastly, they both cost similar prices. Ginseng Sublime is $39 (+ shipping if order below $75 total) for a liquid extract in alcohol, 2oz bottle. Auragin Ginseng is $39.99 (free ship) for a bottle with tiny tablets.

(Disclosure: Contains Amazon affiliate link. Thanks for your support!)

I was reading about the use of Deer Placenta as a Jing tonic in Chinese Medicine and wondered if humans can do the same with theirs.

Apparently that’s also a thing!

Women who consume their placenta after childbirth reportedly feel much better and avoid the typical postpartum depression and loss of vital nutrients.

What Your Placenta Can Do For You

(Glad males don’t have to worry about this!)

Wash Them Pillows

October 8, 2017

Every Six Months

🔥

October 8, 2017

Mind. Blown.

1. White Tigress Sexual Teachings
2. More Taoist Practices

Addictive

October 7, 2017

This is one of the coolest mystical hacks I’ve read about.

Neville Goddard claims that we can change what happened in the past by visualizing that scenario how we would’ve wanted it to happen.

And when we mentally change the past, the present and the future changes!

It’s kind of like hopping to another parallel reality where that negative event never occurred. Other people, places, and things will also change accordingly. Real life back to the future.

For example, some lady had some physical ailment, I think backache or whatever, from some accident that happened in the past. So, she visualized that the accident never happened. And voila, her pain went away.

I know!

I’m trying it out.
Why not? It’s a free and simple experiment to test out with zero side effects.

THE PRUNING SHEARS OF REVISION – Neville Goddard

Getting Your Jing Back

October 7, 2017

This article is really great and informative.

Replenishing and Restoring Jing
– By Ron Teeguarden

Goji Berry Tea

October 6, 2017

I’m very excited about this, so excuse my hyperbole.

This might be my GREATEST discovery yet when it comes to health and nutrition!!!

Forget all the rest, like juicing and chowing down buckets of kale. All the vitamins and supplements lining multiple cabinets in my house. Forget all the new superfoods and discoveries that change yearly.

I just recently learned about a category of superfood/herbs in Chinese Medicine known as Superior Herbs. These have not changed for thousands of years and have withstood the test of time.

Chinese Medicine has three categories of herbs. Inferior, middle, and superior.

In Western parlance, inferior herbs would be the strong medicines we take for a short period of time and are toxic with side effects. Maybe something like antibiotics or other strong medicines. These are needed when we are very ill but not something we would keep taking everyday.

Middle herbs are maybe something like advil or tylenol. Or some of those single purpose supplements we take.

Superior herbs are the cream of the crop. The things we can take everyday with no side effects and they help our Qi, Jing, and Shen, collectively known as the three treasures. They are food and medicine at the same time.

Things like Ginseng, Rhodiola, Astragalus, Gynostemma, Reishi, Cordyceps, and more. There are around 50 or so of these superior herbs.

On top of that, I discovered THE dude who is known as the best authority in this field, Ron Teeguarden. He’s been doing this since the 1970s, learned from Chinese and Taoist masters, and runs his own herbal company known as Dragon Herbs.

My ears perked up when hearing Ron went thru a severe adrenal fatigue/exhaustion & depression in his youth that went on for a couple of years. He was given a chinese tonic by a friend that healed him up within a few days! Very fast turnaround.

How exciting!

You may have heard of some of these herbs before I’m sure, like Ginseng and Rhodiola, but the catch is that not all products out there offer the best kind. Quality varies and the highest kind need to be sourced from the right places and rightly aged. That’s what I learned after my research into this topic and listening to Ron’s interviews.

I ended up buying a few of Dragon Herb products to experiment. They are sold on his site and some of the popular items on Amazon as well.

I got the following from Amazon:

Super Adaptogen:
a super blend of the best stuff, if you buy only one item, this could be it, according to his site. Great for adrenals. (amazon / dragonherbs)

Gynostemma Tea:
one of the best herbs, adaptogens. (amazon / dragonherbs)

He Shou Wu:
known as the root/herb that absorbs the most chi from earth.
(amazon / dragonherbs)

Goji Berries:
(amazon / dragonherbs)

Dragonherbs also provides free telephone consultations with trained herbalists, to figure out which formula will help you the best. I haven’t called yet but thought that was a nice service.

Alternatively, you can use this online health analysis from JingHerbs to know how you’re doing in terms of Jing, Qi, and Shen.

UPDATE: I’m in love with tonic herbs!! I felt amazing right away a day or two of taking them. Now I’ve also bought Super Jing and Ginseng Sublime from DragonHerbs. And organic Reishi powder from Terrasoul on Amazon.

I’m looking for maximum healing from Jing deficiency, Qi deficiency, Kidney/Adrenal issues, and various other health things. I’m ALL IN with superior tonic herbs.

Resources:
Ron Teeguarden & David Wolfe on Adrenals (part 1)
Ron & David on Adrenals (part 2)

Ron Teeguarden Interview – video with Lisa Garr

Dragon Herbs – Info on Ron’s background & his online store

Info on Chinese Superior Herbs

(Disclosure: Contains Amazon affiliate links. Thanks for your support!)

Zig

October 2, 2017

The Mighty Chive

October 1, 2017

Chive Benefits according to Chinese Medicine