Wednesday Chinese Music Therapy – Earth Tone – Spleen Channel MP3 by Master Shen Wu
The Earth Tone corresponds to the spleen channel in our bodies. It is most effective in treating the following conditions:digestive track diseases or discomfort, spleen diseases or discomfort, stomach diseases or discomfort, upset stomach, ulcers, burping, intestine poisoning, teeth problems, headaches, malnutrition
- Beneficial for the spleen and stomach meridians
- Reduce or eliminate diseases associated with the digestive track, spleen and stomach
- Improve symptoms associated with ulcers, upset stomach, heartburn, gas, burping, poison in the intestine, teeth problems, headaches, nutrients not being absorbed
- Improve digestion when a person is too full
Hesitating on whether you should buy it or not? Why not listen to the short music preview below to experience it first or read through the past testimonials?
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