"Hui-Chun" - Nature's Anti-Aging Remedy

The central philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine is "prevention." As quoted in the first chapter "Nature's Theory'' of the ancient classic book Huang-Di Internal Medicine (2500 BC), "the best medical practice is treating the patient before he gets sick." This is similar to the western cliche "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Nowhere is this philosophy more evident than in the preventive measures used by wisemen in ancient China to combat decrepitude and the process of aging.

Aging is natural, inexorable phenomenon. However, by following the ancient Chinese medical practice of reinforcing the body's resistance, one can certainly delay the speed is not the process of aging.

Modern medical statistics show that the body's functions start declining at the age of 40. The brain and kidney are no longer at their prime stage, gray hair and hair loss appear, entero-stomach mucous membrane begin atrophy, digestive and metabolic systems including enzyme and protein synthesis decrease in production while endocrine deficiencies cause hormonal an