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Chinese Trinity of Medicine


by Jeff Primack A


righteous world awaits us if we heal collective disease fast enough. Humans of higher mind consciousness have three areas


where disease can occur. I fi nd knowledge of these three areas useful in preventing disease in real life.


First Body: Jing Essence – No body part shows jing of a person like hair. It contains the most pigments of any body part. Melanin and carotenoid pigments are responsible for coloring hair. These pigments also preserve brain cells from oxidation. When brain requires more melanin (anti-oxidant pigment) to preserve cells from oxidation, it literally draws “precious pigments” from hair back into the substantia nigra of the human brain. In studies, lack of melanin is attributed


to Parkinson’s and, thus, preserving hair color preserves mental function. Black sesame seed thickens/darkens hair and is confi rmed to contain the actual melanin pigment in analysis. By eating dark jing foods, we increase our pigment intake and protect the brain from oxidative free radicals. Jing is most directly increased by eating food and herbs.


Second Body: Qi Energy – Health of Qi is determined by blood fl ow. When metabolism rises, vascularity increases and more fat is burned. As metabolic rate increases, I believe one’s connection with nature/life source deepens. Raising qi is akin to boosting oxygen consumption and humming as an engine. One minute of “9-Breath Method” gives full-body vibrations and waves of bliss better than opiates or ecstasy. Qi breathing dramatically deepens oxygen absorption. I personally used 9-Breath Method this last Veteran’s day to perform 754 perfect pushups in two hours. My secret? I am mildly insane and keep heart rate low with qi breathing.


Red foods support Qi of the Heart. Dozens of studies


show lycopene and capsanthin (red) found in tomatoes and especially peppers are superior radical neutralizers compared against beta carotene (orange) or lutein (yellow). My favorite food is Homemade Red Pepper Paste as I believe it is a master protector against cholesterol oxidation/crystallization. Qi is most noticeably enhanced by breathing techniques.


Spring Rayne is a gluten-free, vegan and raw food chef. She is conscious about what she puts into her body and has a passion for teaching people to be healthy through diet and nutrition. Spring has written a number of books on these topics, provides special diet preparation consultations, and her detox plan is now available to purchase at www.springrayne.com or Call/Text: 407-314-8840.


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