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Based on the inspiring SELF-HEALING principle:The human body has its own strength and resilience in illness, but should be a “WILD WOMAN” with various treatments as much as possible.

Many medics and naturopaths agree that the medical system is too violent and invasive, it’s often time-consuming and expensive. We need to find other ways to help patients, prevent and cure diseases.

Especially for the young,

Self-Healing doesn’t mean you don’t seek help from the medical department. However, it’s more important to accept the disease as it occurs, keep a healthy lifestyle, and apply alternative treatments (such as acupuncture, moxibustion, reiki, homeopathy, etc.). You should also pay attention to the treatment program, try to meet other people, get out of the house and into the fresh air as much as possible. The best cure for disease is to prevent them from happening in the first place.

I recommend the following herbs for general health:

Wild ginseng root

Ginseng is often called the “cure-all” herb in Chinese medicine. However, it’s not a cure-all, but rather provides many health benefits, but these vary depending on the type, how it is processed, and how it is used.

Ginseng berries possess strong anti-oxidant effects, anti-inflammatory properties, good effects on the digestive system and central nervous system, and an improved immune system.

Wild ginseng is said to be effective for alleviating anxiety, depression and hypertension, and for improving brain function in the elderly.

Dong quai root

Dong quai root is one of the most commonly used herbs for general health in Chinese and Korean medicine. It is also called’silver needle’ because it looks like a tiny needle. This root can help relieve cramps, irritable bowels, PMS and stress.

Rosa damascena flower

Rose is a powerful traditional remedy. It has been used for thousands of years in China for its anti-inflammatory and anti-
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How can I calculate the Future Value of a Savings Account?

I’m working on a simple savings account.
The condition is that at any point you have negative balance, the balance gets reduced by one.

the minimum balance is $10 the maximum balance is$100
the interest rate is 0.2
the return on a yearly basis is 2.0%

I’m having a hard time calculating the Future Value.
So far, I have:
$PV = A \cdot i – B \cdot (1-i) – C$
but that has to be adjusted for the reduction in the minimum balance.

A:

Let’s say $A = \$10$,$B = \$90$, $C = \$10$, and$i = 0.2\$.
$$\10 \cdot 0.2 – \90 \cdot (1-0.2) – \10 = \1.4 – \69.6 – \10 = -\59.6$$
The negative number in the above formula represents the amount of interest you’d receive on the amount of your deposit if you were to receive it in a lump sum.
We’re going to use your formula to calculate the future value of your account.
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Owning and picking up a still early build of Windows 8.1, we’re really liking the new and improved
Start screen. Seriously. The new Start screen (that’s what Microsoft calls it) is an immense improvement
over the Windows 8 Start menu. First, it’s really big. We have no idea where it will stop. It has
plenty of room for big tiles and full-blown apps.
Windows 8.1 Start screen
image courtesy: Windows Blog
Some of the tiles are clickable now. We’re not sure how useful this is — perhaps you want to watch a video
rather than say, Microsoft’s huge Bing search logo tile?
The new Start screen and desktop are fairly similar to each other. They both feature the same Windows
Live and Skype integration as Windows 8, and they each have an app bar in the lower left corner, complete with
Search, Start, and the like. The Start menu, on the other hand, looks nothing like the Start screen, except
for the fact that you can click on the Start menu link in the Start screen and reach the familiar menu.
At the moment, you can’t even get to the Start menu from the Start screen (with no sign of this changing any time
soon). You must head directly to the Start screen if you want to use the familiar Start menu.
Both start screens are actually fairly consistent. On the desktop, you get a Start menu; on the start screen,
you get the Start screen. (If you have a touch keyboard or tablet, of course, you can navigate the start screen
using the on-screen keyboard, and even access the Start menu if you swipe from the right edge.)
Not that you’ll have any trouble figuring out the start screen, once you see it. Like the Windows 8 Start
screen, Windows 8.1’s home screen is just that — a homescreen. You can add app tiles to that homescreen
and re-arrange them to suit your needs. You can have a background image, just like in Windows 8, or keep it
placid and simple.
Windows 8’s Start screen, on the other hand, is more like a dashboard. You get one screen for everything,
with that great Windows 8 “live tile” powering up every tile on the Windows 8 Start screen. You can’t really
get rid of that tile, and you can’t really hide it, either. With the start screen, you can get rid