5 Commonly Asked Questions About Lingzhi

Sunday, 19 May 2019

Today I like to share with you 5 questions that people frequently ask when they start to take Lingzhi.

Question 1
There has not been any observable results following my consumption of Lingzhi. Why is it so?

This could be due to insufficient period or dosage of consumption. Based on research works with a total volume of over 60,000 pages, the extensive health-giving benefits of Lingzhi are proven. The reasons why some people experience marked improvement and others don't see any healing result are due to 2 crucial factors:
(a) the composition of the Lingzhi species that is consumed.
(b) the consumption dosage.

As we all differ in respect of our physical constitution, age, living habits and dietary preference, we are vulnerable to varying symptoms with differing degree of severity. To see results, we must know how to select Lingzhi products formulated using efficacious species and consume the appropriate dosage on a regular basis. By so doing, it allows Lingzhi to first help modulate our physiological functions, and we will experience healing results after a period of consumption.

Question 2
Why is it that I should increase the consumption dosage of Lingzhi when feeling unwell?

This is to help speed up efficient recovery of our condition. Studies using animals as subjects have shown that the higher dosage gives better results of survival and recovery. The higher the consumption of Lingzhi, the speedier it would be in repairing the damage done. Lingzhi is safe for consumption and free from toxicity. Lingzhi that is consumed over several separate intakes help preserve a constant concentration of the effective constituents of Lingzhi in the blood, which is the key to attaining a greater improvement in mitigating the symptoms concerned.

Question 3
Some people experience discomfort right after the consumption of Lingzhi. Why is it so?

This is because Lingzhi works to modulate the physiological functions of our entire body system - a manifestation of what we call "healing reaction". The free radicals and toxins in our body caused by modern living, stress and a change in our dietary habits build up at a rate far greater than their elimination out of the body system. This brings about an increasingly damaging impact to the body cells and onset of chronic inflammations, which will in turn trigger the cropping up of an endless list of diseases. Lingzhi is capable to induce the surfacing of an underlying health problem via its modulating actions, which serves to awaken the body to make adjustments and stimulate a series of chain reactions to reverse the pathological lesions. Nevertheless, the discomforts or pain are temporary and will naturally disappear with continued consumption.

Question 4 
What is meant by a "healing reaction"?

Following the consumption of Lingzhi, our body may begin to show an initial bout of discomfort or pains, a condition known as "healing reaction". With the elevation of the body's self-healing power, the metabolic wastes, germs, and damaged cells in our body and blood will be progressively eliminated together with phlegm, perspiration, urine, stools, pus and various forms of metabolic and endocrine secretions. This healing process will keep repeating itself until the body completes the modulation of recovery. As such a healing reaction is not an adverse effect. Healing reactions differ from one individual to another depending on the amount of consumption, age, physical constitution, symptoms and health condition.

Question 5
Which is better - wild Lingzhi or cultivated Lingzhi?

The cultivated Linghzi is definitely far more superior.
Wild Lingzhi is known to often exhibit unstable quality and an uncertain level of efficacy due to the enormous fluctuating factors in the natural growth environment.
Cultivated Lingzhi is grown under a stable and stringently controlled greenhouse environment which ensures each and every batch of its yield is equally efficacious.

(Source: Shuang Hor magazine, Jul-Aug 2017)

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Endocrine System and Hormones

Sunday, 12 May 2019

The endocrine system is a collection of glands located throughout the body that produces hormones and release them into the bloodstream. Hormones govern our body functions, including growth and repair of tissues, sexual development and reproductive function, and the body's response to stress.

Primary functions of the endocrine system 

(a) Hypothalamus
It is located above the pituitary gland (at the lower central part of the brain). It secretes hormones that stimulate / suppress the release of hormones in the pituitary glands.

(b) Pituitary gland
It is often considered the most important part of the endocrine system because it produces hormones that control many functions of other endocrine glands.

(c) Pineal gland
Produces the melatonin hormone.

(d) Thyroid
Produces hormones that regulate body metabolism.

(e) Parathyroid
Secretes parathyroid hormones, which affect the calcium level in the blood.

(f) Thymus
Produces the hormone thymosin that stimulates the lymphoid organs to produce T-lymphocytes or antibodies in newborns and young children.

(g) Pancreas
Produces the insulin hormone and glucagon. Insulin regulates transportation of sugar, fatty acids and amino acids into body cells.

(h) Adrenal glands
Located on top of each kidney. The outer part (cortex) produces hormones called corticosteroids, which regulates metabolism and balance of salt and water in the body and secrete hormones that begin the development of secondary sexual characteristics. The inner part (medulla) produces hormones called catecholamines (e.g. adrenaline and cortisol) which help the body cope with physical and emotional stress by increasing the heart rate and blood pressure.

(i) Reproductive glands / gonads
Produce testosterone, oestrogen and progesterone.

(j) Prostaglandins
Known to decrease blood pressure, cause fever, inhibit hydrochloric acid secretion in the stomach, increase uterine contraction during pregnancy and influence intestinal peristalsis.

Disorders of the endocrine system

(a) Acromegaly
An enlargement of the bones of the hands, feet and jaws. This hormonal disorder happen when the pituitary gland produces too much growth hormone.

(b) Addison's disease
When the adrenal glands produce too little cortisol and aldosterone.

(c) Cretinism
Condition resulting from a congenital deficiency of thyroid secretion or hypothyroidism, resulting in severely stunted physical and mental growth.

(d) Dwarfism
Results from hyposecretion of the growth hormone of the pituitary gland, which has been caused by a tumour, infection, genetic factors or trauma.

(e) Gigantism
An excessive growth of the long bones caused by hyper secretion of the somatotropin hormone.

(f) Graves' disease
Caused by hyperthyroidism or thyrotoxicosis. Symptoms include abnormal protuberant eyes and swelling of the skin over the shins.

(g) Hyperparathyroidism
Causes hypercalcemia, an increased level of calcium in the blood.

(h) Hypoparathyroidism
A decreased secretion of parathyroid hormone that leads to abnormally low calcium levels in the  blood and bones. This can cause tetany (cramp like spasms of the hands and fingers).

(i) Hypoglycemia
Results from increased insulin production by the pancreas.

(j) Hypothyroidism
Resulting from an insufficient production of thyroxine, which can be caused by Hashimoto's disease.

(k) Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH)
A condition in which the body makes too much ADH. This hormone helps the kidneys control the amount of water the body loses through urine. SIADH causes the body to retain too much water. Thus it involves water intoxication and the dilution of intracellular and extracellular body tissues, usually resulting from lung cancer.

(l) Virilism
A condition in which women develop male-pattern hair growth and other masculine physical traits. Results from increased secretion of hormones in the adrenal glands.


Thyroid gland produces the hormone thyroxine which regulates the body's metabolism. Hyperthyroidism happens when the thyroid gland is overactive and produces too much thyroxine T3 and T4. Women are affected more than men.

Symptoms include anxiety, palpitations, weight loss, increased appetite, diarrhoea, menstrual disturbances and heat intolerance.

Management of hyperthyroidism

(a) Taking anti-thyroid drugs such as Carbimazole

The thyroid gland takes iodine and converts it into thyroid hormones T3 and T4. Iodine must be converted into a useable form before it can be combined with other components to form thyroid hormones.
Carbimazole works by preventing the conversion of iodine to its useable form and also stops converted iodine from being combined with other components to form thyroid hormones. This results in a decreased production of thyroid hormones. It may take 4-8 weeks for the levels to reduce to normal.

Side effects: Nausea, vomiting, skin rashes, headache, reduce white blood cells in rare cases.

(b) Taking Radio-iodine

It acts by destroying the thyroid gland.
Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Patients with thyroid eye disease (TED) will become more severe.

(c) Surgery

This option is for patients with large goitre, particularly if it causes difficulty in swallowing or breathing.
Patients with bulging eyes may require corticosteroids as it does not respond to other treatments.
Have to take hormone pills for life and may affect the vocal cords.


This is caused by too little thyroxine, and also due to immune system disorder. Babies with hypothyroidism can have permanent mental and physical retardation. Other causes include inborn enzyme disorder and deficiency of iodine in the diet.

Symptoms include weight gain, mental slowness, dry skin, hair loss, increased sensitivity to cold and heavy menstrual periods.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

From the TCM point of view, the Spleen controls the endocrine system and balance of hormones in our body. If the spleen is weakened, it will lead to hormone imbalance and endocrine system disorder. If the face looks yellowish, the spleen is weak. Other symptoms are indigestion, lethargy, the limbs lacking in strength and low appetite.

If one's spleen is functioning well, his hormones will function at optimum level too.

How do Shuang Hor products help?

(a) Lingzhi
  • Modulates immune system. If your immune system functions well, your endocrine system will operate normally.
  • Soothing and calming effect. Stress is one of the culprit of endocrine system disorders. Ganoderma nucleosides demonstrates a stabilising effect on the central nervous system, and therefore it can effectively reduce stress.
  • Protect the liver and kidney. These 2 organs are important in hormone manufacturing process. Ganoderma triterpenoids have a protective effect on the liver and kidney. When these 2 organs can function effectively, the endocrine system will be in good order.
(b) Pollen
  • From TCM point of view, as yellow colour food is good for the spleen, it follows that pollen has a positive effect on the spleen.
  • Regulates your endocrine functions with the supply of over 94 types of natural enzymes and coenzymes.
  • Pacifies the nervous system and thus help to give a good environment for the hormones to work effectively.
(Source: Shuang Hor seminar 8 April 2018)

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Bits & Bites #215 - Testimonies: Hip Fracture, Sprained Ankle, Muscle Pain and Toothache

Sunday, 5 May 2019

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Kiwanis HGH
Testimony: Hip Fracture

Ms A's mother-in-law had a fall end Oct 2017, when she was 79 years old. She has been taking high blood pressure and high cholesterol medication for a long time. During the day she was not feeling so well, and had a bit of giddiness. That night, she miss-stepped, fell backward and hit her head on the floor. The family took her for an x-ray and the orthopedic said she had a hairline fracture on the left side of her pelvic bone and a little swell on her head. There was no concussion even though she felt a lot of pain.

As it was at night, there was nothing much the doctor could do. She was only given painkiller. As she had been on long-term high blood pressure medication, her blood pressure shot up during the incident to 180 over 100. The doctor gave her some injection to control the blood pressure. Fortunately, she was able to be discharged to rest at home on the night of the incident.

She couldn't walk and stand, and was in a lot of pain. The painkiller in fact was not enough to give her the relief. For the first week, she was fed 1 capsule Yung Kien Ganoderma2 + 4 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma + 2 sachets Vitaking each time, twice a day. She took this dose for one week. She couldn't take her bath and couldn't sleep well.
Healing reaction: indigestion, heartburn, diarrhoea and felt very tired (but couldn't sleep). Her frequent trips to the toilet is good as it helps flush the inflammation out of her body.

On week 2, she reduced the dose to 3 YK1 + 1 Vitaking (whereby the YK is diluted in Vitaking as she had difficulty swallowing capsules) + 3 Lactoberry + Jia Hor Calcium each time, twice a day.
She still had similar healing reactions but the severity was reduced. She could sleep longer at night and the pain was more bearable.

On week 3, she adjusted the dosage further to 1 YK1 once a day and 1 Vitaking + 3 Lactoberry + 1 sachet Yung Kien Pollen + 2 capsules Jia Hor Calcium each time, twice a day.
Healing reaction: a lot of phlegm. She could walk with a cane and the pain was much more bearable.

On week 4, she was able to stand longer.

The orthopedic said she would need 100 days to recover from the hairline fracture. But her healing was very fast. She recovered within 2 months. By Christmas, she was able to stand, cook, bathe and do the normal activities. She was very happy that the discomfort was only for a short period of time. The Shuang Hor products not only managed her physical pain, but also helped her emotionally in that it gave her hope that she would be able to get better and walk normally again.

Her maintenance dosage is 1 capsule Jia Hor Lingzhi + 1 sachet Yung Kien Pollen + 1 Vitaking and + 2 Jia Hor Calcium a day.


Testimony: Sprained Ankle

One Sunday afternoon, I was in the gym doing an aerobics class called Body Step. It involves stepping up and down a board. I missed a step, tripped, lost my balance and fell. I sprained my right ankle. I immediately felt a sharp pain but I decided to finish the workout. The pain seemed to subside so I bravely went to do grocery shopping. I was limping a little but could still walk.
When I got home the pain felt a little worse so I took 1 sachet Vitaking mixed in warm water. The sprained area felt a bit warm and swollen but still not too bad. But about an hour after dinner, the pain got so bad that I couldn't put any weight on it. I could barely move. I had to walk on my toes as it puts less pressure on the ankle.  It was horribly painful. I hobbled to the kitchen, holding onto the stairs and wall, to take another sachet of Vitaking + 6 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma + 8 capsules Yung Kien Pollen. Then I went to shower and slept early.
The next morning, when I woke up, the pain was still there but had subsided substantially. I took another sachet Vitaking + 4 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma + 8 capsules Yung Kien Pollen. Towards later part of the morning, the pain had reduced so much that I could go to Midvalley to do my banking and then met my friend for coffee.


Testimony: Muscle Pain

One day, Mr P's uncle suddenly could not walk. The muscles on his thigh above the knee was suddenly very painful. He could not support his weight and fell down. Mr P brought him to Assunta Hospital for checkup and x-ray. The doctor removed the fluid from his joint. But the pain was still there. The doctor gave him analgesics. It was still painful after taking the painkiller. Mr P suggested that he takes 4 sachets Vitaking mixed in warm water each time, twice a day.  When he woke up the next morning, the pain had reduced by 90%. He took another 4 sachets Vitaking just to be sure.


Testimony: Unexplained Back Muscle Pain

Ms LB hurt the muscle on her back one night. It was so painful that she couldn't drive, couldn't walk properly and could only sleep straight. She couldn't sleep until 2 am. Before going to sleep, she took 1 Vitaking + 6 capsules Jia Hor Lingzhi + 5 capsules Yung Kien Pollen. Then she could sleep until 7 am. She didn't go out the whole day. She took 5 capsules Yung Kien Pollen each time, 6 times a day. She felt the difference at the end of the day, even though it was still painful.
On the 2nd day, she continued to take 1 Vitaking in the morning and another 1 Vitaking at night. She could move normally after that. Even her sister was surprised that she recovered so quickly.


Testimony: Toothache

Ms G's cousin, mid-30s, went to see a dentist. He said that she needed to do a root canal. After the procedure, she went home. One day when she was eating, she felt a sharp pain. She took painkiller. It helped but at night the pain returned. Instead of taking painkiller again, she took 3 capsules Jia Hor Lingzhi. After a while, there was no more pain so she did not need to take any painkiller. She was very happy. Over the next 4 days, when the pain returned at night, she would take 3 Jia Hor Lingzhi and the pain would subside. She was very grateful she found an alternative solution to handle her problem instead of taking painkiller.

Jarred & Rawlin
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Exclusive: Brain and Nervous System - Pain, Painkillers & Sleeping Pills

Sunday, 28 April 2019

The human brain contains more than 100 billion nerve cells (called neurons). These neurons receive electro-chemical impulses from everywhere in the body, interpret the impulses and then send the relevant signals back to various glands and muscles.

From the brain is attached the brain stem and the spinal cord, all of which make up the central nervous system. The spinal cord is cushioned by the cerebrospinal fluid in the centre of the bones of the spine.

From the Central Nervous System, the signals are transmitted to the Peripheral Nervous System, which comprise:

(a) Skin and muscle (eg. feel itchiness from mosquito bites, feel pain)
(b) Head, brain, eyes, ears, nose and tastebuds (eg. migraine)
(c) Automatic nervous system, which controls the unconscious body functions (eg. breathing, digestion, glandular activities such as insulin production, T3, T4 production).

Cause of Pain

Pain is caused when there is damage to the tissues due to injury or infection. It leads to a chemical reaction, which produces prostaglandins (which is a hormone-like substance released by damaged cells).

Prostaglandins act on the nerve endings so that the signal is passed along a series of nerve cells to the brain where the signal is interpreted as pain by the brain cells. This is a chemical reaction. The source of the pain will transmit the pain through the nerve cells (neurons), to the spinal cord, which pass the pain to the brainstem, which highlights to our conscious mind which area of the body is injured, damaged, wounded or infected.

With this knowledge, we can now understand better how painkillers work to subside the pain.

Drugs for Nervous System Disorders

Drugs commonly prescribed for nervous system disorders include:

- Analgesics (painkiller)
- Sleeping drugs for insomnia
- Anti-anxiety drugs for spleen problems
- Anti-depression drugs
- Anti-convulsant drugs for epilepsy
- Drugs for Parkinson disease
- Drugs for dementia
- Drugs for migraine
- Antiemetics drugs to prevent vomiting and nausea.

A. Analgesics

Its function is to relieve pain.
However that pain is actually not a disease, but a symptom that something is wrong with your body.
Pain is worsened by anxiety and fear. Educate yourself to take wise actions. Don't worry incessantly and trust your decision.

There are 2 types of painkillers:

(a) Opioids eg. morphine, to relieve very severe pain.

(b) Non-Opioids are used to treat moderate, acute or chronic pain.
It includes Paracetamol (eg. Panadol and Nefopam) and NSAIDs (eg. Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Naproxen).
Children below the age of 16 should avoid taking aspirin as it is associated with Reye's Syndrome in children (a disorder that causes brain and liver damage).

Paracetamol only works for certain pains - it is good for aches, headache, toothache, joint pain and menstrual pain.

How do the Drugs work to subside the pain?


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Bits & Bites #214 - Health: Digestive System and Shampoo

Sunday, 21 April 2019

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Jeff Kitchen
Cancer of the pancreas, duodenum and gallbladder are usually difficult to detect. It tends to spread to other organs very quickly. It is also hard to treat. People with higher risks of getting this cancer include:
  • those who like to eat canned-food, fast food, processed food, BBQ stuff and instant noodles
  • heavy smokers
  • long-term diabetes patients
  • obese people.
Patients with these types of cancer have difficulty retaining what they eat and hence, it would be difficult for them to take Lingzhi as their solution. The tumour could have blocked their bile duct and hence makes it difficult for them to digest when their ability to produce enzymes is compromised.  They tend to throw up or their stomach gets so painfully bloated that they cannot swallow many capsules of Lingzhi.


People who eat a lot and look thin don't necessarily mean they are healthy. If their digestive tract is not healthy, they cannot properly digest the food they eat, which means the food cannot be broken down into smaller molecules which can be absorbed and utilised by their body. This will result in nutrient deficiency and poor health in the long-term.


When the small intestines is unhealthy, its ability to absorb food that are already digested is compromised. Poor food absorption in the small intestines can cause 2 problems:
(a) bloated stomach
(b) watery stools

From the TCM point of view, those with a weak heart will also have a weak small intestines. They are along the same meridian line. If one has heart problems, he has to also tackle the health of the small intestines at the same time. Vice versa, when the small intestines is healthy, then the heart will also be good.

Take more Yung Kien Pollen as it contains more than 96 types of enzymes and coenzymes, which are important for food digestion.


If you frequently get indigestion problem, take more Yung Kien Pollen. It contains a lot of enzymes and coenzymes that help break down the food you eat and speed up the process. When the food can be digested faster, you will have less stomach bloating problem.
However, if your stomach discomfort is due to the presence of too much bad bacteria in your colon and intestines, then take more Lactoberry. By introducing a lot of probiotics, you can push out the bad bacteria.


Does your Shampoo or Conditioner contain Dimethicone?

Dimethicone is intended to soften our hair, as this synthetic compound is capable of filling up the chaff scales of our hair, making them smooth and more manageable. So it gives the impression that the shampoo or conditioner has helped improve the hair texture. However, this is a delusion.

Dimethicone does not dissolve in water and hence cannot be completely washed away through shampooing. When layer upon layer of Dimethocone build up over time, they cause hair shafts to thicken, leading to:
- loss of hair resilience
- clogged papilla
- suffocating hair follicles
- scalp problems such as sensitivity and irritation
- hair thinning and hair loss.

As the Vcare Hair Care products do not contain Dimethicone, they work to make our hair silky smooth and healthy in the most natural manner without incurring any stress or burden to the hair.

(Source: Shuang Hor magazine, Apr-Jun 2018)

This post is part of a series sharing Bits of mishmash on health, my business and life in general, which I find inspirational, enlightening or enriching. And Bites of delicious food I have enjoyed.

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Discover Healthy Skin with Aquasense Skincare

Sunday, 14 April 2019

To look beautiful, we don't need to spend thousands of dollars on make-up. Because the best foundation we can wear on our face is healthy glowing skin.

There are 2 primary causes of unhealthy skin:
  • Wrong use of skincare products.
  • Internal health problem caused by bad lifestyle and unhealthy diet.
Causes of Skin Issues

1. Pimples / rashes
  • Indicates body toxicity, chemical or environmental pollution.
  • Deficiency of essential fatty acids and vitamins A and C.
  • Auto-immune problem.
  • Digestive issues - you can see how clean is your colon by looking at your face.
2. Acne
  • Indicates high body toxicity.
  • Poor food choices.
  • Exhaustion.
  • Nutritional deficiency.
  • Excessive consumption of refined salt, sugar and dairy products.
  • Hormonal imbalance.
  • Wrong skincare products.
3. Oily skin
  • Wrong choice of diet.
  • Wrong skin cleanser.
4. Puffy skin
  • Wrong skincare product that is too strong.
5. Dry skin / inflammation on the skin
  • Digestive system problem or constipation.
  • Low quality skincare products which is of low concentration of effective ingredients.
6. Sores around mouth and cracked lips
  • Internal dehydration.
  • Deficiency of vitamin B.
  • Low in iron.
  • Wrong lip care or usage.
  • Poor quality of sleep.
7. Pigmentation / dark age spots
  • Prolonged sun exposure.
  • Hormone changes due to pregnancy or menopause.
8. Wrinkles and saggy skin
  • Indicates signs of osteoporosis.
  • Deficiency in collagen and vitamin D3, which is mainly obtained from the sun.
9. Horizontal lines on forehead
  • Indicates digestive system issues, particularly with the colon.
10. Open pores
  • Excess amount of dead skin and skin oil.
  • Sun damage thickens skin.
  • Ageing thickens skin, making it lose elasticity.
These are all common causes of skin problems. As you can see, using the wrong skincare products is a culprit for many of these problems. That is why it is so important to have the knowledge on choosing the right skincare.

Aquasense Skincare Range

The Aquasense range of skincare only has 7 products. It can be used by people of all ages and all skin types. In that sense, each of them is special and unique.

1. Aquasense Makeup Remover

Many skincare products contain mineral oil as part of the ingredients because (i) it gives the feeling of smoothness and (ii) it stabilises the other ingredients. However, mineral oil clogs up our pores. After rinsing it off, the skin will still feel oily and sticky. 

Aquasense Makeup Remover does not use mineral oil in the ingredient and therefore it is very safe to be used in the long-term.

2. Aquasense Amino Acid Cleanser

Amino acid is the smallest molecule of protein and is very close to our own skin structure, making it an excellent ingredient in skincare products. However, it is very unstable - it melts when the temperature is too hot and hardens when it is too cold. 

Shuang Hor has succeeded in creating this cleanser using amino acid. It is very concentrated, so you don't need to use a lot to achieve the same results.

3. Aquasense Hydrating Toner

Our skin needs to "drink water" too. Applying sufficient toner helps hydrate our skin, making it plump and juicy. Taking Jia Hor Soya Protein and Yung Kien Pollen at the same time gives even better results as we handle both internal and external health simultaneously.

4. Aquasense Exfoliating Cream

Unlike a scrub which is very rough on the skin, this product does not injure the skin because it uses pumpkin enzyme to eat up dead skin cells. It can be used daily because it is so gentle.

5. Aquasense Sunblock

This product acts like a foundation. It does a very effective job to filter out both UVA and UVB rays and is easy to spread. Just a small tube can last for 4-6 months.

6. Aquasense Hydrating & Lifting Cream

This is a fantastic moisturiser which uses hydrolysed milk protein to increase moisture retention capacity of the skin. It also doubles up as eye cream to smooth out wrinkles.

7. Aquasense Total Renewal Cream

This is the star product of the Aquasense range because it is very rich in active plant stem cells.
As a result, it provides these benefits:
  • deep layer cellular growth and skin repair
  • relieve sensitivity and skin irritation
  • moisture lock giving radiant, firm skin and reduced wrinkles
  • has a whitening effect.
Using it generously can give you fairer skin, even tone and lightens up brown spots.


When we have Healthy Skin and Healthy Body, we Feel Good and Look Good.

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Exclusive: Good Health 101

Sunday, 7 April 2019

I love to eat.
I still want to look good (not fat).
I want to stay healthy.

If this describes you, then this article is for you. You will find out how to identify your level of health and how to take care of it.

Q. Which category are you in?
The majority of us fall in the Pre-Illness category. If we don't take care, it will be a matter of time before we fall into the Illness category.

Q. Do you know why you fall sick?
Primarily due to 2 main causes:
(i) Hereditary.
(ii) Acquired, which can be Acute i.e. sudden attacks from virus / bacteria, or Chronic, which happens over time from unhealthy lifestyle, bad dietary habits, stress, negative emotions etc.

Another way to look at our level of health is by using the 7 Stages of Illness chart.

These symptoms give you an indication of how healthy you are at this moment.

Which stage are you at?
To get to Stage 3, it usually takes a long time to degenerate from one stage to another.
But after Stage 4, your disease will progress quite quickly. Cancer is the end result of toxin built-up.

In order to gain back a healthy body, you must:
(i) Expel out the toxins.
(ii) Allow your body to regain its self-healing ability.


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I also have solutions on how to address the 3 causes of massive cells death.
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