Dr. Bruce Roff has had the privilege of studying acupuncture, medical qigong, and the Chinese theory with Dr. Jeffrey Yuen, an 88th generation Taoist priest, Sat Chuen Hon, Taoist lineage holder of the Dragon Gate School, and Dr. Ling Bin, practitioner of Medical Qigong, Acupuncture and Herbology.
“Chinese people are believed to have enjoyed tea drinking for more than 4,000 years. Legend has it that Yan Di, one of three rulers in ancient times, tasted all kinds of herbs to find medical cures. One day,as he was being poisoned by some herb he had ingested; a drop of water from a tea tree dripped into his mouth and he was saved. For a long time, tea was used as an herbal medicine. During the Western Zhou Dynasty, it was a religious offering. During the Spring and Autumn Period, people ate fresh tea leaves as vegetables. With the popularization of Buddhism from the Three Kingdoms to the Northern and Southern Dynasties, its refreshing effect made it a favorite among monks in Za-Zen meditation.” Source: Travel China Guide
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