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Menstruation: Not Mandatory

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Imagine for a moment that a woman now has the choice to menstruate or not.
Many women would choose to continue to menstruate because they already have.
They feel it's normal, and natural and that it's a time of cleansing.

Let's look at the other side of it. Blood is very important to your body. Duh--
even I feel stupid saying that. You wouldn't cut your finger just to see it bleed. No. We have an innate sense of doing the best job we can to keep our blood inside our bodies. Red blood is a vivid sign of losing life.

Just like cutting your finger, a woman loses vital energy, vitality and nutrients when
she menstruates.

So if a woman flipped a switch and stopped menstruating, she would feel a lot better. She would also have birth control at her fingertips -- without the risk and hassle of supplemental hormones. Imagine how much money you would save on feminine products.

Is it possible ? MOST DEFINITELY !

The Taoists have an ancient technique called The Deer Exercise that will halt menstruation for most women in two to six weeks. It is a simple exercise that only takes a few minutes a day; not only does it feel good, but it also boosts the immune system and seriously slows the appearance of aging (ever wonder why Chinese women age so gracefully ?).

The Deer Exercise is natural too. Your teeth don't brush themselves. Your body doesn't exercise on its own. Practice of the Deer Exercise is just like that. It's awesome technology for a woman's health and was developed a couple thousand years ago.

Imformation about the Deer Exercise can be found on the internet, however not all sources have the same information. If you want the very best reference, ping me.

Tommy Kirchhoff is an expert in Taoist health systems, exercise and athletic training. He studies under the world-famous Grandmaster Victor ShengLong Fu.


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