I had no idea what BQRT was about but when I met Denver, I was having severe colic or bloating in my stomach. My abdomen was distended and it was even causing me to have back pain.
After a short 15 mins session with Denver, I was really amazed as I started to burp non-stop, releasing all the trapped wind in my stomach. This continued for more than 10mins!
It turns out that the wind in my stomach was caused by 2 blocked qi. I had no idea that the events in the pass had affected me this way. I believe BQRT is an effective method and works for me.
Hi guys... I want to share a story with you about BQRT...
Six years ago I had a fall. Since then, I have been having this nagging back pain. It bugs me most when I sit too long doing my sewing or cross stitching. Every morning when I wake up I am reminded of the pain again and when I lift heavy things, there is a severe discomfort.
To comfort myself, I go for a massage at least 4 times a months and I make sure I sit in the far-infrared sauna everyday. Nevertheless, the pain only subsides for temporarily before returning again.
When Denver told me about the Blocked Qi Release Technique, I had no idea what it was but I did not hesitate to give it a go. It was kind of weird as he was only doing it over the phone as we live very far away. I was really amazed, as immediately after the session, my pain that was at the scale of 10 dropped to 6. The second day was even better, the pain was just 2 in the morning. But by the end of the day, it was only 1.
Now I can jump off from my bed and sit as long as I want doing my sewing and cross stitching. I don't even have problems with my back when I put on my high heel shoes for the whole day! I want to thank you Denver for giving me pain free days!
Hi... My name is Denver. Although I am a pharmacist by training, I don't remember the last time I took paracetamol... maybe 10-20years? I believe many of the physical health symptoms we experience are just a means the body is trying to communicate with us. Sometimes taking medication is merely suppressing the symptoms but not necessarily dealing with the root of the problem.