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Meet Li Ching Yuen is a man who lived an amazing 256 years according to the New York Times article. The statistics and some further documents have shown that he was celebrating his 200th birthday in 1877.

Li Ching Yuen allegedly started his herbalist career when he was 10 years old, where he accumulated herbs in mountain ranges and learned of their strength for life span. For just about 40 years, he made due on an eating regimen of herbs, for example, lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shoo wu and gotu kola and rice wine. In 1749, at 71 years old, he joined the Chinese armed forces as educator of hand to hand fighting.

Li was said to be a tremendously adored figure in his group, he was married 23 times and fathering more than 200 youngsters. As per the for the most part acknowledged stories told in his region, Li could read and compose as a kid and by his tenth birthday he had already been in Kansu, Shansi, Tibet, Annam, Siam and Manchuria gathering herbs.


He did this for a hundred years and at that point he changed to selling herbs collected by others. He sold lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shou wu and gotu kola alongside other Chinese herbs, and lived off an eating routine of these herbs and rice wine.

There were believes that he had once encountered a 500 years old man and that he is the one that tought him some dietary recommendations to help him live this long. Li said that keeping a quiet heart, walking sprightly like a pigeon and sleeping like a dog are the main secrets to living a long life. His calm and piece of mind in a combination with some breathing techniques were the main secrets to this unbelieving longevity. And who know how lonw will we live for, if we have treated our organisms this way?




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