Motto: „For each illness God created a herb, a plant or a fruit to cure this illness.”
During my vacation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, I met an extraordinary hobbyist. By the profession he is a farm adviser. But as a kind of altruistic hobby he carries out a free of charge healing of infertility in personally known to him couples. His method of healing is based on an old folklore belief which he has heard in past from a Chinese herbalist living in the Malaysian province of Pahang. This belief states that the stock from a hen boiled on the sun-dried leaves of a special herb growing, amongst others, in tropical Malaysia, heals infertility and regulates periods in women – the herb and the „herbal medicine” produced from it are shown in parts (a) and (b) of „Fig. #F5” from the totaliztic web page named „healing.htm” (addresses of which are provided below).
There are rather meaningful problems with identifying the botanical (scientific) name for this herb. It seems that the herb still remains unknown to the official science. After all, this herb was previously only known to the old folklore herbalists from the population of Chinese settlers in Malaysia – thus it had only the folk name and was identified only by the folklore. However, no scientific research was done so far that would identify and describe it –
what is rather pity, because the folklore knowledge about its amazing capabilities may soon become forgotten. Thus, as from 5th September 2012 the web page named „healing.htm” provided the world and science with the first ever published accessible for everyone description of the fertility treatment with this miraculous herb. A friend of this Malaysian healer, who has the knowledge of botany, says that the herb is scientifically called „Acalypha Wilkesiana v. Marginata” from family of „Euphorbiaceae”. However, the appearance of the leaves and flowers described here for the „fertility herb” does NOT match the appearance of this „Acalypha Wilkesiana v. Marginata”. So the author of this post turned to his horticulturist friend to re-identify the herb. On the basis of the author’s photographs and descriptions of leaves and flowers of this herb, his horticulturist friend says that the appearance of the „fertility herb” is the closest to the appearance of the herb called „Clerodendrum Philippinum” (although probably it also is NOT the „Clerodendrum Philippinum”), i.e. closest to the herb native to China, but for healing purposes spread along all areas in past inhabited by Chinese settlers (including Malaysia). So until one of my next visits to Malaysia, when perhaps I may be able to take and to post here photographs of the flowers of this plant, we should assume that the fertility herb and its healing abilities most likely still remain unknown to the today’s official science. It looks that the author of this post is the first scientist who accidentally step up onto the trail of a highly medicinal herb known only to the folklore herbalists from the Chinese minority in Malaysia, but still remaining unknown to the „atheistic orthodox science” (i.e. to this careless, lazy, monopolistic, money-oriented science, which is described and defined in items #C1 to #C4 from the web page named „telekinetics.htm”). Thus, just by a pure coincidence, the author of this post probably come upon, described, published, and thus re-opened to the use of humanity the first herb re-discovered by the new „totaliztic science”.
To implement this herbal method of healing infertility, the discussed here HERBALIST from Kuala Lumpur devoted a significant proportion of his free time to the drying in the sun leaves of this herb and then to the preparation of the required treating-form of the final product. (The medicinal decoction of it must be cooked from such dried in the sun and properly prepared leaves of this herb.) Initially he also used to cook himself the time consuming broth from leaves from this herb. However, with the elapse of time he limited his work to only giving the finished herbal medicine to interested friends – as shown in „Fig. #F5b” from the web page „healing.htm”, together with his verbal explanation of how they themselves should prepare and take this healing broth.
Chinese healed themselves with herbs already in the times when the rest of the world still was covered in jungles in which roamed half-naked, bearded savages carrying heavy clubs. So during these several thousands of years of using herbs, Chinese folk medicine has developed a rigorous procedures as to how these herbs should be prepared and took, so that their effect was the strongest-possible. This procedure is always the same, regardless of the fact what herb is used. It always yields a single Chinese „bowl” (i.e. an eating bowl typically used by Chinese, with a capacity of about 0.3 litre) of a chicken broth (soup), which is made on given kind of herbs. A healed person just drinks this broth (soup) and thus becomes treated. Of course, for a sickly Polish politician or diplomat, who was sent onto some diplomatic post in China, and the numerous illnesses of whom were treated in there by local herbalists with always the same looking and tasting herbal chicken-broth, these medicinal broths looked like an universal type of „medicine” that heals all possible illnesses. After all, this diplomat or politician did NOT know that for each his illness the chicken broth is cooked by Chinese from a different kind of herbs. This is probably how the Polish legend about the so-called miraculous kuramina was created. This legend was both, seriously and jokingly told in Poland in the time of my youth, and is described (in Polish) on the totaliztic web page named „healing_kuramina.htm” (see also item #H1 from the web page named „healing.htm”).
So let us now learn how the Chinese folklore prepares herbs for taking – that is, how it prepares this Chinese herbal „kuramina”. The procedure of preparation of the „fertility herb” for a single healed person is as follows (for a few people one needs to correspondingly increase the amount of herbs and chicken meat). (1) Approximately 7 to 10 leaves of the herbal medicine shown on the photo from „Fig. #F5b” of the web page named „healing.htm” is placed in a clay pot. The Chinese folklore uses for cooking herbs only stoneware (clay) pots, as typical today’s metal pots neutralize energies contained in herbs. Also drinking (eating) of the cooked herb should NOT be done with a metal spoon or a metal bowl. (Chinese use porcelain spoons and bowls for such eating.) (2) To the same pot put also pieces of chicken, appropriately roasted according to the preparation procedure described in the next paragraph of this post. (3) Pour the volume of four „Chinese bowls” of water into the pot with the herb and chicken-meat. (4) Long cook the meat and herbs on a low fire – so that the initial four of these Chinese bowls of water infused with herbs and chicken, are reduced during the boiling by full 3 bowls of water, thus remaining in the pot is just the volume of one bowl of broth. Only this reduced by evaporation during the slow cooking single bowl of the broth the healed woman drinks for medicinal purposes.
With taking this healing broth is connected the problem what to do with the chicken meat on which this broth is cooked. In order to not waste this meat, the best option would be that a sick person eats it (what the thrifty Chinese usually do) – if only this person is NOT bothered by a herbal flavour of the meat. This is because the meat is NOT poisonous nor harmful. One can also give the meat to a dog or to other animal. But I personally discourage to throw out this meat – as such a throwing out of meat would be „immoral”. In turn an immoral behaviour NOT only is punished with the consequences described in more detail in section #D5 of the web page named „fruit.htm”, but also it increases a danger that the treatment is NOT going to be successful. After all, we have to keep in mind the discovery of the new „totaliztic science” that actually God really heals us, while the medicine only serves as a type of active „applying to God for the cure”. In turn God has a habit of punishing every immoral activity. Thus, the throwing out of meat that is suitable for consumption and that cost life the hen, would be a highly „immoral” action. During eating this meat we should, however, remember about the empirical finding of Chinese, that the herbal healing broth, as well as the meat on which this broth was cooked, must be eaten immediately after the boiling, and still before it cools down. This is because Chinese believe that „the herb which after the first boiling is a medicine, after the second boiling becomes a poison”. Therefore herbal medicines must NOT be „warmed up again” – as „warmed up again” (means boiled for the second time) are some dishes or meals. Herbal medicines must be consumed immediately after the first boiling, while they still are hot. Should anything be left of them, then in a moral manner it should be disposed of (e.g. given to animals for eating).
The Chinese have also a kind of traditional folklore procedure for the preparation of the roasted hen used later for cooking the broth (i.e. for cooking the „kuramina”) with Chinese herbs for medicinal purposes. Although to alter the taste of certain herbs this procedure may use different types of fragrant oil and spices, generally it almost always has the same major steps. Namely, the Chinese usually prepare such roasted chicken meat in the following manner. (a) They start with buying a piece of so-called „free-range” hen (i.e. a chicken that was roaming in a village and has grown while freely running on fields and pecking at its pleasure all the ingredients it needs to have for its growth). It cannot be a chicken grown in an „industrial” manner, which is growing only because of the food supplied to it by humans. Typically for use in the therapeutic purposes is used a single chicken breast or two chicken legs. (The point is to use an absolute minimum of the meat, that is necessary to change the taste of the herb, as then there is NO big problem what to do with this meat, as throwing it out would be immoral and thus also risky.) (b) Strip the purchased chicken meat from the skin. This is because the medicinal broth („kuramina”) should NOT be cooked with chicken skin. (c) Purchase a piece of fresh spice called „ginger”. This piece should be of a size approximately corresponding to the size of three human (adult) fingers. (d) Carve this „ginger” into tiny cubes the size of the matches-heads. (e) Fry the „ginger” on the hot pan with about 4 tablespoons of some aromatic oil – for example, with the Chinese oil called „Linseed oil”. Of course, it may also be any other oil. (f) Insert chicken pieces to so roasted „ginger” and fry them in oil until the surface of these pieces of meat are nicely coloured. But the interior of the meat should still remain raw. Warning – for the use in medicinal herbs (i.e. for the „kuramina”) Chinese NEVER use or add salt, as salt eliminates or neutralises the energy contained in herbs.
The workload of making the described here fertility treatment is increased due to the fact, that this medicinal broth typically must be drunk for about half a year before it produces first results. However, this hobbyist says the effect is worth the effort because, as so far, is around 87% level of success in restoring the fertility – i.e. around 87% of women treated with this broth were able to then naturally conceive and give birth to healthy babies.
For the scientific exactitude the author of this post prepared a bowl of such healing broth strictly following the old Chinese recipe – to be able to describe here „how” this broth tastes, and „whether” this taste actually is unpleasant. Already during the cooking, the herbal broth filled the whole apartment with a sweet (exotic) smell of the „unknown”. While eating a bowl of this medicinal broth, the author had mixed feelings. The reason was that the broth was NOT bad or unpleasant in taste. Also during swallowing it did NOT taste like a chicken soup – although in some time after eating it formed in the mouth a characteristic aftertaste of eating a chicken broth. It tasted rather like a unknown chemical liquid with a mild, almost impossible to describe, flavour. The only impression possible to define, was that it „cheated the senses” causing that during swallowing it felt quite cold in the mouth and along the entire path of the oesophagus . It make an impression that swallowed is a chilled liquid straight from a refrigerator. And this in spite of the fact, that accordance with the principle of eating Chinese herbal medicines, it was eaten shortly after cooking when it was still almost hot (i.e. when it was cooled only enough to NOT burn the mouth, but when the bowl in which it was held still was warming up the hands thus indicating that it was still hot). This feeling of coldness during the swallowing proves that it is filled with the female cooling energy, which Chinese call <b>”yin”</b>. As it is explained in item #B2 from the web page named „fruit.htm”, this female energy „yin” just manifests the „cooling” effect. Probably the incredible capability of this herb to heal female infertility stems just from the fact that it is overfilled with this female energy „yin” which restores the energy balance in a woman which takes the herb. Furthermore, the presence of significant amounts of this „yin” energy in the healing broth causes that during swallowing the broth pinched my oesophagus – as if it was strongly electrified (i.e. similarly „pinched”, as „pinching” in the tang is touching with a wet tang simultaneously both ends in a 4.5 Volt battery – which experiment we used to carry out for fun during childish plays in times of my youth), or as if it contained a tasteless and odourless alcohol. The energy contained in it also acted as alcohol, causing a spill in the mind of a feeling like pampering, relaxation and resting. The sense of smell passed an impression of eating a chemical liquid. To summarize the experiment of taking this herb, NO woman consuming the broth should complain that the broth (or the meat from which it was boiled), tastes bad or unpleasant. In fact, eating this herb provides a kind of extraordinary and quite pleasant sensory experience that is impossible to have by eating of any other known kind of food.
Cases of infertility which this person heals with a success, belong to the group of such ones, towards which the present medicine is completely hopeless. It means, cases when from the biological and medical point of view both, the male and female of a given couple are declared by the present medicine to be completely healthy and capable of having children, but when a given couple in NO manner is able to make a baby. After around a half of year (but not more than a year) of drinking of his „kuramina” by the woman, such a couple typically with a success conceives naturally a healthy baby. The herbalist explains the mechanism of this healing by the ability of his herbal stock to eliminate all disturbances in the monthly period of women and to precisely regulate this monthly period.
There is one highly intriguing aspect of healings by this hobbyist. For the researcher like myself, who scientifically identifies methods of God’s actions, this aspects gives a lot to think about. Namely, the folklore which is a source of the recipe for the healing „kuramina” used by this hobbyist, states quite clearly that this recipe is going to work only in cases when the entire procedure of healing is implemented free of charge, means exclusively as a manifestation of a good will, love to other humans, and good wishes of the healer. Thus, the healer pedantically obeys this requirement, and never charges anything for his healing stock nor for the contribution of labour and materials that he invests into making his „kuramina”. Unfortunately, this requirement to NOT take any payment for the healing introduces a serious limitation to the range of use of this method of restoration of fertility. After all, completely for free this hobbyist is able to prepare his healing herb only for a narrow circle of his close friends and members of family. However, beyond this circle there is a lot of women and couples in the big world which would also want to benefit from his healing stock. Unfortunately, these other couples would NOT be able to come and live in Kuala Lumpur for the entire half year, to subject themselves to this free healing. In turn earnings and capabilities of this hobbyist do NOT allow him to prepare and to post free of charge his „kuramina” simultaneously to many people from distant countries of the world. (Not mentioning, that even if he would be able to post his herb to whoever needs it, most probably the herb would be stopped by custom officers at the receiving end, as it looks a bit like some sort of narcotic.) Thus, I personally believe that although God gave in hands of this hobbyist a highly powerful method of healing, in order to prevent this tool from falling into hands of immoral persons who do NOT deserve the blessing of its action, God simultaneously places a serious limitation on the scope of use of this method. This limitation takes the form of a simple requirement, that in order the healing finishes with a success, it must be carried out „for free” just on principles of good will, love to other humans, and good wishes.
At this point it is worth to ask an interesting and important question, namely „whether the success-rate in all medical procedures and all illnesses would also be lifted to 100%, if the same requirement of „free of charge” healing based just on the „good will” and „love to others” is applied to all other practices and activities of medical professions?” After all, such a possibility is suggested not only by the above example of a Malaysian hobbyist, but also by: (1) the Bible, (2) outcomes of my own research concerning „morality” of people and methods of God’s action (e.g. by outcomes described in item #B5 from the web page named „seismograph.htm”, and in items #I3 and #I5 from the web page named „petone_pl.htm”), and (3) by the folklore traditions of many nations which most clearly are expressed e.g. by the Chinese saying „he or she will come out from this illness, because he or she is a good person” (notice, that this Chinese saying in fact states „his illness will be healed, because by being a good man he is surrounded by many people, all of whom will pray to God for healing him, while simultaneously he has NOT have enemies whose contradictive wishes would invalidate these good wishes for his healing”). For example, in the Bible this possibility of healing by God of every person whom a given healer considers to be worth his „free of charge” effort and wishes to heal, confirms, amongst others, the following verse 18:19 from the Biblical Evangel of St. Matthew, quote: „Whenever two of you on earth agree about anything you pray for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven.” Thus, in a case when a healer considers that someone is truly so valuable and good person that he or she is worth to be healed „for free”, then for the healing of that person are agreeably and sincerely praying in their minds at least two people, namely the healer and the healed person. But if someone is healed „for payment” by an expensive medical doctor with a diploma from present atheistic and orthodox medical university, then frequently for his healing prays only one person, namely the ill person himself or herself. After all, in such a healing „for money” the medical doctor frequently instead agreeably with the ill person wishing in own thoughts to heal a given patient, rather concentrates his secretive thoughts and wishes on a goal which is completely opposite to wishes and thoughts of a patient – namely on gaining from the patient possibly the highest payment, and thus on just easing the symptoms instead of healing the illness. (This is because when the illness remains, but symptoms of it are easing, then for the extended period of healing a greedy medical doctor may „suck” from the patient much more money than when he would completely heal the patient – for more details on this subject see item #I1 near the end of the web page named „healing.htm”.)
I should also add here, that God blessed Malaysia with a whole range of unconventional methods of healing infertility (especially these cases towards which the orthodox medicine is completely hopeless). Independently from the hobbyist described above and his „kuramina”, from healing of infertility is famous in Malaysia a small lake in the shape of a pyramid (which pyramid permanently telekinetises water from this lake). The lake is called „Lake of the Pregnant Maiden” (in Malaysian „Tasik Dayang Bunting”) and it is located on a small rocky island by shores of the tourist island of Langkawi from north-west part of Malaysia. The bathing in telekinetised water from this lake also restores fertility. More information about the lake itself is provided in item #3 from subsection KB4 in volume 9 of my newest monograph [1/5]. In turn more information about life-giving properties of telekinetised water (and other telekinetised matter), provide subsections H8 to H8.2 from volume 4 and subsections KB1 to KB3 from volume 9 of my newest monograph [1/5].
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The above post is an adaptation of item #F5 from the totaliztic web page named „healing.htm” (in the English language) – updated on 17 September 2012, or later. Thus, reading of the above descriptions would be even more effective from that web page, than from this post – after all e.g. on the totaliztic web pages are working all (green) links to other related web pages with additional explanations, texts are printed in colours, the content is supported with illustrations, the content is updated regularly, etc. The most recent update of the web page „healing.htm” can be viewed, amongst others, at addresses:
http://soul.frihost.org/healing.htm or alias: http://naj.zs.pl – which always links to the most recently updated amongst totaliztic web pages)
Notice that every address with totaliztic web pages, including the above web sites, should contain all totaliztic web pages – including web pages indicated in this post. Thus, in order to see any totaliztic web page that interests us, it suffices that in one amongst the above addresses the web page name „healing.htm” is changed into the name of page which the reader wishes to see. For example, in order to see the web page named „telekinetics.htm” e.g. from the totaliztic web site with the address http://energia.sl.pl/healing.htm , it is enough that instead of this address in the window of an internet explorer the reader writes e.g. the address http://energia.sl.pl/telekinetics.htm .
Also notice that a complete list of (and links to) totaliztic topics discussed in various internet forums is provided in item #E2 of the web page named „faq.htm” – also available at every address listed above.
It is worth to know as well, that almost each new topic that I am researching with „a priori” approach of the new „totaliztic science”, including this one, is repeated in all mirror blogs of totalizm still in existence (the above topic is repeated in there as the post number #225E). In past there were 5 such blogs. At the moment only two blogs of totalizm still remain undeleted by adversaries of the new „totaliztic science” and of the moral philosophy of totalizm. These can be viewed at following internet addresses:
https://totalizm.wordpress.com (or alias: http://blog.zs.pl )
With the totaliztic salute,