Despite the extreme air pollution, my recent trip to China was the first time ever that I did not return with sore eyes and feeling sick.
(PRWEB) May 21, 2014
“Despite the extreme air pollution, my recent trip to China was the first time ever that I did not return with sore eyes and feeling sick.” That was the statement of leading integrative medicine practitioner Shanhong Lu, MD, PhD, upon endorsing the Bio-Logic Aqua Research water mist product Nature’s Tears® in a recent radio interview.
Prior to her latest China trip, Lu had acquired a sample of Nature’s Tears® from radio host Sharon Kleyne, who is also Founder and Research Director of Bio-Logic Aqua Research. Lu brought the sample to China and applied it frequently to her eyes and face.
Shanhong Lu was interviewed on the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water radio show of May 12, 2014. Lu is Founder of Mount Shasta Integrative Medicine, a practice combining Western medicine with traditional Chinese healing arts that focus on wellness, prevention and balance rather than on symptoms. She spent her first 25 years in Beijing and her parents are both physicians in that city.
The globally syndicated Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water® radio show, with host Sharon Kleyne, is heard on VoiceAmerica and Apple iTunes. Kleyne is Founder of Bio-Logic Aqua Research, a research, technology and product development center and the only company in the world specializing in fresh water, atmosphere and health. Natures Tears®, a 100 percent fresh water mist that Dr. Lu took to China, is the Research Center’s international signature product for dry eyes.
Nature’s Tears® is described by Kleyne as a “personal hand-held humidifying device that emits an ultra-fine sterile mist of 100-percent pure fresh water.” The mist, Kleyne explained, creates an envelope of clean, humid, unpolluted air around the face and eyes.
Air pollution in Beijing is especially severe in winter, reported Lu. At those times, it is often difficult to see across the street and as a result, residents of Beijing, and China’s many other large industrial cities, experience severe health consequences, with eyes especially vulnerable.
Lu reported applying the mist while in China up to 10 times a day, whenever her eyes began to feel irritated. She observed that relief was instantaneous and that application was extremely easy. “Just point the nozzle towards the face and press the actuator for three seconds,” Lu explained. Inhaling the mist, Lu added, enabled her to breathe a little easier.
On the plane ride home, reported Lu, the personal hand held humidifier again proved invaluable. “Normally,” said Lu, “I feel drowsy and headachy on airplane trips. This time I did not.”
Kleyne explained that recirculated airline air often has extremely low humidity and a high bacteria count. Low humidity can cause eye irritation, drowsiness and headaches.
Nature’s Tears®, according to Kleyne, was designed to empower individuals to take proactive measures against the effects of air pollution on eye health, particularly dehydration of the ocular tear film, the eyelids and facial skin. The hand held canister can be carried in purse or pocket, has a four year shelf-life and is safe for eyes and skin no matter how often it is applied.
To discover more about Lu and Mount Shasta Integrative Medicine, go to http://www.drlumd.com/. Lu’s latest book, The Vibrant Life: Restoring the Roots of Health, is in production.