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Inderal (Propranolol)

Other names: Innopran XL, Propanolol
Acupuncture is an acient Chinese method of relieving pain and treating disease, by inserting needles into various parts of the body. This procedure can sometimes be uncomfortable, but has been largely superseded now by painless, electronic acupuncture.
According to Chinese philosophy there are two opposing forces of nature called Yin and Yang. These are related to the positive and negative energy currents in the body, which are known to exist. When there is a poor balance between Yin and Yang, disease and pain occurs. Acupuncture improves this balance by changing the flow of energy forces within the body.
Western medicine has not yet been able to explain acupuncture in purely scientific terms. However, a great deal of research, by Western medical scientists, during the past twenty years, has confirmed that it is extremely beneficial in a great number of complex disorders. Acupuncture often succeeds where other medicine fails, and the past few years have seen a great number of European, American and Australian doctors, either specialising in acupuncture, or using it within their general medical practice. German doctors, particularly, have realized the benefits of acupuncture medicine and have been instrumental in developing electronic, diagnostic and treatment methods that are producing excellent results. Dr Reinholdt Voll, in the 1960s, and more recently, Dr Helmut Schimmel are both largely responsible for these developments.
One of the most respected and acclaimed modern physicians in the field of electroacupuncture, is Dr William H. Khoe, of Las Vegas, Nevada. He has been successful in treating people for diseases, which conventional medicine has ignored, (including; multiple allergy illness). In recognition of his work, the World Health Organisation has appointed him to its committee on biological medicine. Dr Khoe studied electroacupuncture under the orginator, the great Dr Reinholdt Voll of West Germany. Dr Voll successfully treated himself for terminal cancer, many years ago, using his newly-developed EAV techniques. He has since trained many leading physicians, throughout the world, including Dr Khoe and Dr Kenyon of the United Kingdom. In recognition of his services, Dr Voll has been given a special award by the World Health Organisation, and a medal of honour from the Pope. It is extraordinary that these awards have been made in recognition of his achievements in the advancement of medical practice, yet most general practitioners in Australia, through their own ignorance, obstinately refuse to study his teachings, or use his methods. As a consequence, many people, who could otherwise be helped, continue to suffer.

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