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Alia Vo
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I use fresh garlic (usually 1 clove a day), lots of fresh ginger root, dry mustard, dry ginger (dry ginger is much more 'peppery' and less sweet than fresh) to add the spicey component to my meals.

A compliant, dry wasabi powder would be another option to spice your food up.  I believe there is a clean brand on the market that contains only horseradish.

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Thnks for your kind encouragement Alia!

My local market has been out of fresh horseradish, but as soon as they get some in, I'm going to try grating it, adding some olive oil and lime juice, and a touch of sea salt.  Don't know if it will work--but I'm going to give it a try!

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I also use the wasabi powder, it's nothing more than powdered horseradish. You might try some compliant mayo along w/ the lime juice and olive oil.

Colleen, do you check your PH with those yellow strips? And do you do it every day?

Victoria, you mention you gave Tienchi every day for several weeks, to your at the time husband, who had developed congestive heart failure, had a very enlarged heart and severe edema in his feet and lower legs.  And that it was normal at his next dr's appt.
How much and how often a day? My mom was just diagnosed w/ an enlarged heart. Not sure about the edema. I'd like to run this by my NP and see what he might recommend for my mom or if you know, that would be great as well.  



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I bought the raw powdered Tienchi (Pseudo ginseng) and put it into large capsules.  I gave him one about 20 minutes before each meal for about a month and then he was re-checked.

I think the brand was Plum Flower, and I special ordered it through my local health food store.
Tian San Qi or Noto Ginseng are two other names that it is known by.
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Here is another source that I found just now, with a nice explanation of the herb.  They also sell it in caps, which is nice, since the taste is very bitter.  CLICK



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