How To Make Comfrey Ointment Part 2

How To Make Comfrey Ointment Part 2 This video is the second part of how to make comfrey ointment and oil by Sue Goodwin.

On May 10th, 2010, Sam and I got up early in the morning to go to a Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital in Weihai, China. First, a Chinese doctor diagnosed Sam by looking at his tongue and fingernails. Then, the lady doctor stuck a field of 12 acupuncture pins on Sam’s back. Each needle went in about 2 inches, even the ones along his spinal cord. Then she lit up a torch, heated up medieval glass blood-letting torture devices, and stuck them on Sam’s back, over the needles. After leaving him there for 20 minutes with a heat fan on him, she sent us to the traditional Chinese pharmacy. Instead of counting pills, they weighed out different exotic herbs for Sam to use in his tea, with very specific brewing instructions. Wow.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

  1. gabbycollierNov 11, 2012

    Loved it can’t wait to give it a go! Thanks.

  2. MrHeiwa07Nov 11, 2012

    Would this be good for burns too?

  3. SeventhSandwichNov 11, 2012

    There’s ways of objectively measuring the efficacy of pharmaceuticals and surgical procedures.

    For example, placebo-controlled studies.

    Also, I wouldn’t use the argument “They’ve been practicing this for over 2 thousand years” as your evidence that it works. Google trepanation.

  4. Taryn RodersNov 11, 2012

    That’s hurt am 12 and my mom told my in and I get my down and I was screaming it’s pain man boo hoo it’s pain man

  5. agimcomasNov 11, 2012

    @hrWladyslaw I guess you think you are funny. Have you heard of Lu Xun? You know, that famous Chinese writer. He had some things to say about traditional Chinese medicine. You go eat at McDonald’s.

  6. hrWladyslawNov 11, 2012

    go to McDonald’s

  7. hrWladyslawNov 11, 2012

    how to make lower back alive

  8. ExileHorrorNov 11, 2012

    This is awesome, but I thought that was a bloodletting technique still used with a three headed sharp needle then the glass cups? Or this is just different technique?

  9. hao ran RenNov 11, 2012


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