After all, these ancient cultures have vast trial-and-error experience with many herbs, plants and food.
They use this as a major medical tool because it works — not out of superstition.
That's why experts call it "Asia's Version of Aspirin."
I've visited these places first-hand and spent time with the people. It's incredible to see how they don't suffer from modern-day unhealthiness. And how strong their village elders are — mentally and physically.
They're able to move around free, unrestricted by discomfort or disabilities.
And they're famous for their memories... re-telling ancient stories their grandparents passed down to them.
But here in America, it's a very different story.
Instead, over 5 million elderly a year head toward age-related mental impairments.
I see it happen all the time at my practice, and it's heartbreaking.
It's even worse since I know it's completely stoppable — and reversible — with just a simple treatment...
One that doesn't require a prescription, doctor's visit, or health insurance.
Yet less 1 in 1,000 Americans have ever even heard of it, or its remarkable health-promoting power.
The fault lies at the doorstep of the FDA.