Deep Breath for Diabetes

Monday, September 24th, 2012

We have talked the way of using jujube pits to help diabetes patients’ recovery in daytime, it is easy to do and effective for your health.

Now I will introduce another way to do before you sleep, it is also easy and helpful for your health, it is Deep Breath.

How to do deep breath?

After you go to bed, please lie down calmly and try to forget everything and focus attention to your breath, and then inhale the air, the slower the better, till you can not inhale more air, then stop and hold breath, till you can not hold, and then exhale the air, the slower the better, till you can not exhale more air, this is one time deep breath. To do nexth deep breath as the way above, till you sleep unconsciously.

How deep breath works for diabetes?
Deep breath can make lung system and kidney system works together much more better: Lung system offers water-property substance for kidney system to nourish kidney yin, while most diabetes patients in earlier and middle stage is in yin deficiency status.

Deep breath can increase pressure in chest, so blood can into extremities much more easier to nourish, so deep breath can improve limb numbness and blurred vision etc. which are caused by bad microcirculation.

Deep breath can reduce nerve excitement, so it can do great help for sleep.

Deep breath also  can improve digestion functions.

So deep breath not only does good for diabetes, but for everyone, including the health, the sub-health and patients, to practise Deep Breath every day before you sleep, is a good habit of excercise, it will help you gain health back.



Using Jujube Pits for Diabetes

Sunday, September 16th, 2012
Jujube Pits

Jujube Pits

During Daytime, maybe when you working, when you playing, when you talking and when you travelling etc., take three jujube, eat jujube meat and keep jujube pits in your mouth, the jujube pits will attract liquid of mouth out, then swallow the liquid into stomach.

The liquid in the mouth is the best of nourishing yin(water property substance of the body), in earlier and middle stage of Diabetes, the diabetes belongs to Yin Deficiency and Blood Heat type, so that is why this method will help diabetes patients’ recovery.

To Get Jujube and Jujube Pits

Dr Wang


What is Jujube?

Sunday, September 16th, 2012
jujube, jujube tree, chinese date tree

Jujube Tree

Jujube, also called a Chinese date, is a hardy fruit with a history going back approximately 4,000 years. In the United States jujube grows mainly in southwestern states, although according to California Rare Fruit Growers, a jujube tree can withstand unlimited summer temperatures and winter temperatures of minus 28 degrees Fahrenheit. Jujube is sweet fruit that tastes best when dried, although you can eat it fresh or use it as a cooking or baking ingredient. Depending on how you choose to use it, jujube can provide both nutritional and medicinal benefits.

Jujube fruit is a good source of vitamin C, a vitamin you must get from dietary sources because your body cannot manufacture it. According to Nutrition Data, a single, 1 oz. serving of raw jujube provides 32 percent of the recommended daily allowance for vitamin C based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet. This vitamin is important for cell growth and repair, collagen formation and wound healing. In addition, vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage.

Insomnia Treatment
Jujube contains the saponins jujubosides A and B, both of which natural medicine consider as having a sedative effect on your body. The results of a 2009 animal study completed at the Peking University, School of Basic Medical Science and published in June 2010 in the “Journal of Ethnopharmacology” provide some evidence for this theory. Study results state that administering 9 mg of jujubosides once per day for three days produced a significant increase in total sleep time as well as in the quality of rapid eye movement, or REM, deep sleep in the rats participating in the study.

Anti-Inflammatory Agent
Oil extracted from the seeds of jujube fruit may be beneficial in reducing skin inflammation, according to an animal study completed at Daegu University’s Department of Biotechnology in the Republic of Korea. This study, published in 2010 in “Food and Chemical Toxocology” states that using both a one percent and 10 percent essential oil suspension resulted in a significant decrease in skin inflammation as well as a 51 and 53 percent decrease in fluid produced by the inflammatory response.

Tumor Cell Reduction
Research is continuing to determine how effective jujube is in preventing tumor cell formation/reduction. A 2008 study completed at the Vaccine and Serum Research Institute in Mashhad, Iran and published in the February 2008 edition of “Cytotechnology Journal” showed that jujube extract appears to have tumor inhibiting capabilities, especially in T cells affected by leukemia. More research is necessary, however, to discover the components causing this effect and understand how they work.

Other uses

The jujube’s sweet smell is said to make teenagers fall in love, and as a result, in the Himalaya and Karakoram regions, men take a stem of sweet-smelling jujube flowers with them or put it on their hats to attract women.

In the traditional Chinese wedding ceremony, jujube and walnut were often placed in the newlyweds’ bedroom as a sign of fertility.

In Bhutan, the leaves are used as a potpourri to help keep the houses of the inhabitants smelling fresh and clean. It is also said to keep bugs and other insects out of the house and free of infestation.

In Japan, the natsume has given its name to a style of tea caddy used in the Japanese tea ceremony.

In Korea, the wood is used to make the body of the taepyeongso, a double-reed wind instrument.

In Vietnam, the jujube fruit is eaten freshly picked from the tree as a snack. It is also dried and used in desserts, such as sâm bổ lượng, a cold beverage that includes the dried jujube, longan, fresh seaweed, barley, and lotus seeds.

To see how Dr Wang talk of using Jujube Pits for diabetes