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Don’t be Spooked if you get a Bellyache on Holloween


Tomorrow night is Halloween night. They say that
Halloween is a pagan holiday dating back to some
pre-Christian festival among the Celtic Druids
that escaped Church suppression.

Don’t believe that for a second. Halloween falls
on the last day of October. The Feast of All
Saints or “All Hallows” falls on Nov 1st. The day
before was the feast’s evening “All Hallows Even”
or “Halloween.” In those days, Halloween didn’t
have any special significance for Christians or
for Celtic pagans.

It became customary to bang pots and pans on All
Hallows night to let the damned know they were not
Our traditions on this holiday are around dressing
up in fanciful costumes, the church has more
Masses on All Souls’ Day, and artistic
representations were devised to remind everyone of
their own mortality.

As every kid knows Halloween is all about getting
as much candy and goodies as you can and bring
bags of sugar home to indulge for a few wee ks.
It’s all about fun, excitement and little devilish
pranks. It’s one of my favorite holidays! Kids are
all over the streets dressed up as ghost’s,
goblins and spooks. But after all the fun is over
it’s really a good idea to clean up your diet and
do a 2-week detox. This may not be so easy for
your kids but if they have a bellyache you can do
a great soothing treatment that I have done on my
kids whenever they are overloaded with sugar.

It’s easy to do and you will feel great. Check it
out, I am not spooking you.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth and

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Dr. Wu Dhi has been a pioneer in alternative health care for over 30 years and a master of Medical Qi Gong. Dr. Wu Dhi completed his advance studies in neurology under the direction of Professor Sun at the prestigious Heilongjiang, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin P.R. China.
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