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Bear fat and bile from the experience of Korea

 

Who not only eat people! Read the prescriptions of folk medicine of Korea and amazed. To eat, it turns out, can be just about anything. And all. Even with health benefits.

Bear. It’s hard to tell where in Korea take. Mouse, in my opinion, and those fleeing in fear from the roar of modern Korean technology (or maybe, they just destroyed people’s doctors. Mice, it turns out, also are treated, not only by themselves but their droppings. But more on that later). Now, going back to the bear. Traditionally, Koreans knew it.

Bear paws are dainty dish as mentioned in old Korean novels. It is believed that in addition to the excellent taste, this dish has the property to strengthen the body I. more importantly, CI(qi). Good for stimulating appetite, for people with digestive problems. Has a curative effect for colds. These qualities, according to Korean physicians, and has the bear meat at all. It has offered people a weakened, haggard face. If eat bear meat, the face will appear flushed, Ki will rise sharply. The muscle spasms, aching limbs,when the joints are badly bent. However, in chronic diseases, such as tumors, do not eat bear-meat regularly. Bear meat is best suited for body type .

Bear fat is also known from time immemorial as a remedy. However, Continue reading

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