Guest: Dr. Heiner Fruehauf, PhD, L.Ac.
Host: Kristin ten Broeck, L.Ac
Heiner Fruehauf, PhD, L.Ac. is a world-renowned Chinese medicine practitioner and scholar, most well-known for his research into Gu Syndrome. Gu syndrome is conceptualized as disease that is severe, chronic, hard to diagnose, hard to treat, and co-indicated with an insidious systemic infection, whether parasitic, viral, supernatural, or contagious in nature. On February 28, 2021, Heiner Fruehauf was gracious enough to make time for this interview about his thoughts on Gu Syndrome and its crossover with Pestilential Qi. Please listen to the audio recording above.
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