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March 19, 2005

BehindTheMedspeak: Learn Acupuncture at Home!


And that's not all.

The Aculife Magnetic Wave Therapist "combines 5,000 years of proven Chinese medicine with 21st century technology."

Tell you the truth, I'm much more comfortable with the ancient Chinese part than the modern component, but let's go on for now and find out more.

From the website:

    Aculife is a self-diagnosis device that detects illness, then does therapy.

    Through stimulation of hand and ear points by extra-long-wavelength magnetic waves, the product can improve the microcirculation, accelerate the metabolism and enhance immunity to prevent disease.

    Easy to operate: simply follow the easy-to-understand instructions and figures.

    Very important: see for yourself what's wrong with your body's Chi.

    How to use:

    • Turn the Aculife switch to "Diagnose"

    • Place the ear piece in the left ear and roll the tip of the probe over the hand

    • When you feel a tingling sensation you look at the hand chart (above) of which organ or bones are out of balance

    • Then turn the Aculife switch to "Therapy," then recheck the hand

    Strictly forbidden for use in:

    • Pace-maker user

    • Pregnant

    • Children under 3

    • Patient with malignant tumors

    • Patient with hemorrhagic tendencies

    • Patient with tuberculosis


Aculife costs $299.

Once you've mastered it, you're ready for my "Learn Anesthesiology at Home" course.

I'll also be offering a British version entitled "Learn Anaesthesiology at Home" for my many acolytes across the pond.

Details to follow at a later date.

You should know now, however, that mastery of the Aculife is a prerequisite for Anesthesiology 101.

March 19, 2005 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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hhhmmmm.......these gizmos are good for entertainment value but not terribly effective...take a look at Jan 15th 2005 archives www.einternalmedicinenews.com - two articles about the efficacy of Acupuncture for headaches/neck pain and also for treating osteo-arthritis of the knee

now how about that course you're offering for those of us having already completed the pre-req's? *grins*

Posted by: Acudoc | Mar 19, 2005 7:58:52 PM

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