The art of living and the art of dying are two facets of the same process. Most people do not know how to live and how to die. They spend their entire lives seeking riches and fame and only 1% of them may ever meet the target, while the rest fail to do so.

However, even if the search for riches and fame is fruitful, no one has ever escaped sickness, aging and death regardless of social status.

Once sickness strikes down, people forsake everything and look for a way to recover. They willingly exchange the prosperity which they have worked hard for their entire lives and even their happiest moment in time to regain their health.

Nevertheless, there are several ways to regain health in which people often forget.

One way is to follow costly conversional treatment that may lead to broken promises of health.

Another way is to follow religious practice or martial arts for self-enhancement of health but not many people are dedicated enough to maintain long term results.

Last but not the least, traditional herbal medicine that may vary from country to country. Depending on the concoction, results may vary from person-to-person.

Before Western medicine became the accepted practice, it was based on herbal medicine as well. Its target is general, not individualized. By employing the chemicals in the medicine only, the therapy and treatment also carry many unwelcomed side effects. The unwelcomed side effects are often the complications in long term care!

Selecting a way to regain healthy is not an easy task.

According to the Data from the latest report by the Department of Health and Human Services - Office of the Inspector General, “More than 13 percent of Medicare patients in the U.S. experience an adverse event each month in American hospitals, and some 15,000 of them die as a result.

The events are often the result of medical errors, like surgical mistakes or infections that have originated in and spread through the hospital.” (Nov 17th 2010)

Other ways of healing may also has many pseudo practitioners who intentionally gain wealth on the sickness of the victims.

My work covers many diseases which conventional medicine does not have a cure for, rather, treatment of symptoms only.