Cordyceps sinensis has been part of my anti-cancer formulas for many years, since Thai doctor Santi Rosswong suggested that I add it to my reishi formulas for stamina. It appears from recent research that the herb stops cell proliferation as well.
Cordyceps is a strange herb, a fungus that colonizes then kills an insect, as shown in a BBC video (with one of the other 680 described cordyceps species found on 6 continents.) When the Cordycepssinensis fungus attacks a Continue reading Cordyceps for stamina, against cancer→
In most states a medical doctor can practice what is called “Medical Acupuncture” with a couple of hundred hours in a video course. And in others, Chiropractors and sometimes Podiatrists can practice with a 300 hour course. Compare this to the at least 1250 hour training with clinical practice and continuing education of a real Licensed Acupuncturist. Most real acupuncturists study considerably more: my Masters in Oriental Medicine took 4500 hours postgraduate and I have continuing education requirements that an MD or Chiropractor who needles does not. In some states a MD can practice “acupuncture” with no educational requirement!