Sunday, June 7, 2015

Does the David Pearson "Diabetes Cure" formula work?

East Earth Trade Winds makes up and sells the Diabetes Cure formula that Dr. David Pearson recommends. They sell it as the DC Formula. East Earth Trade Winds has no association with Dr. Pearson and cannot comment on the effectiveness of the formula but they have noted many of the people who bought the formula will reorder it. That is a good sign that it is helping. Some people have given positive feedback. As we get more information we'll keep you posted.

  • "...I am very pleased with my results using this product's program. I have lost 6.9 lbs., and lowered my blood sugar readings by an average of 70 mg/dl per check!!!!! in the first week." -T.G., Mishawaka, IN (2/17/15)
  • "...with the first bottle I was able to cut my insulin by 60%. I am ordering another bottle to see how it continues to work..." -A.C., Dade City, FL (5/5/15) 
  • "...this formula is doing wonders for me, do you have many people taking advantage of this formula?....." -S.S., Alberta Beach, Canada (6/17/15)
  • "...when I went in to see the doctor after a three month checkup my blood sugar was normal and I don't take prescription medication anymore for diabetes. I take 1/4 teaspoon of the DC Formula three times a day. I mix it in water and drink it 30 minutes before meals. Taking the formula is part of the program to better health. I also watch my carb intake and avoid fats. I'm glad to be off insulin..." C.H., Ft. Wayne, IN (6/26/15)

We all know that no medicine or supplement works for everyone 100% of the time. One customer stated that the formula did not work for them but it is not known if they were following Dr. Pearson's Diabetes Cure program as specified. It is our understanding that to get results you need to modify your diet and do whatever else he suggests. It takes some effort on your part.

Some people have been buying the herbs individually and trying to make the formula up themselves. One person said they had spent over $240.00 and still didn't have all the herbs to make the formula. East Earth Trade Winds can save you lots of time and  money as they offer this formula at a reasonable price. They also have a extract powder of the Shepherd's Purse which no one else seems to have.

If you are following Dr. David Pearson's plan East Earth Trade Winds is the place to buy it.

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Where to Buy the Diabetes Cure formula

We received an email from a customer who had been reading about Dr. David Pearson's Diabetes Cure program online. They had this to say:

....So I ordered a program, read it the next day, and started researching their Diabetes Free powder ingredients.
Your tailor-made powder supplement is almost exactly what they called for, and to buy all those ingredients online separately would cost over 10 times what you're asking for one-month's supply!...

East Earth Trade Winds sells the formula Dr. Pearson recommends and call it the DC Formula.  East Earth Trade Winds has no association with Dr. Pearson. They just make custom formulas for people and this one gets asked for a lot. They sell it at a fair price. No medical claims are made for the product they sell.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Iron Hand Liniment

Iron Hand Liniment is a fantastic formula for treating sports related injuries. East Earth Trade Winds customer, Clifford N. of Akron, OH wrote "Love this stuff. I have given this to many friends who have been injured. no complaints yet." (4/18/15)
You can purchase Iron Hand Liniment at:

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Where to Buy Dr. Pearson's Miracle Shake

Dr. David Pearson, author of the Diabetes Cure, lists a number of Chinese herbs for his "Miracle Shake" and many people who want to try his formula are having trouble finding a source of Chinese herbs. Fortunately, East Earth Trade Winds (, a company that specializes in Chinese herbs and sells Chinese herbs online, has put this formula together and made it available on their website as the DC Formula (see: This formula is composed of the Chinese Herb extract powders that Dr. Pearson recommends for his miracle shake. The majority of the herbs are in powdered extract form. One herb, fenugreek, is not available as an extract powder, but is available as a regular powder. East Earth Trade Winds has also found what they believe to be the only source of Shepherd's Purse in Extract Powder form. This herb is sold separately and needs to be added to the mix. The only herb they don't have is chicory because chicory is not a Chinese herb. You can get chicory at health food stores or possibly supermarkets as it is used as a coffee substitute.

It should be noted that East Earth Trade Winds does not make any medical claims for the formula. They simply put it together. If you have questions on using the formula you must consult Dr. David Pearson's Diabetes Cure book.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Chinese Medicine Formula Found Effective For Type 2 Diabetes

Taipei, March 15 (CNA) A team of researchers in Taiwan said Sunday they have determined that an ancient Chinese medicine compound known as Six-Flavor Rehmanni can help reduce the risk of kidney failure in patients with type 2 diabetes....

The formula Liu Wei Di Huang Wan discussed in the above article can be purchased from East Earth Trade Winds

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Extract Powder Concentration in the David Pearson's Diabetes Cure Herb Formula

Q: Can you tell me if the herbal powders (in the DC Formula) are extracts (x6 strength?) or ground raw herbs? The book doesn't give me those details. Also it doesn't mention the daily dose of the formula. Thank you for the info on Shepherd Purse. Like you I have not found it in any of the reference books or  supplier lists. It was fortunate that you have found the supplier of ji cao sachets.

I appreciate your help. I'm trying to help a friend.


A: The herbs, except for the Fenugreek, are extract powders. As to the concentration it is different for different herbs. The company that make the herbs, Plum Flower, states that "Individual herb extract standards are set by a small committee within the Quality Control Department, which has developed optimal production guidelines for each herb or formula by creating micro-batches in a laboratory environment.....It is important to note that our formula extract powders do not contain any excipients. They are spray-dried directly from the condensed herbal decoction, and the resulting powder is the natural yield of the formulation".
If you look at the Sanjiu product line that we carry the herbs range in concentration from 1:1 to 15:1. Once again it depends on the herbs. The Shepherd's Purse comes in a 15:1 concentration, i.e., a one gram packet equals 15 grams of herb - which is considered the daily dose.
We cannot find a company that provides a Fenugreek extract powder so that is the one herb in the formula that is ground into a powder. 

Q: What is the shelf life of this product?

A: The product is made up just before is sold. Unopened, the Capsellae (shepherd's purse) packets are good for 4 years. The bottled extract powder is good for two years. The packaged fenugreek (trigonellae) should be good for at least a year minimum.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Students of Tai Chi Master Yang Cheng Fu

Last week I came across an interview of Yang Jun on a Bay area Chinese TV station (see: One statement that Yang Jun made was that his great grandfather (Yang Cheng Fu) had two notable students, Cheng Man Ching and Dong Ying Jie. Cheng Man Ching came to the US to teach and was very well known. Dong Ying Jie stayed in China. I wasn't familiar with his name. I later realized that he is known in the USA as Tung Ying Chieh. There are some video's of Dong Ying Jie on youtube but his name is written in an older style as "Tung Ying Chieh". Here's a link showing his Tai Chi form:

Here's a link to a video of Cheng Man Jing:

It's interesting to compare the two since they were both students and classmates under the tutelage of Yang Cheng Fu. By watching them you would think they had different teachers!

Finally, here's a video of Tung Hu Ling. His father was Tung Ying Kit and was also a student of Yang Cheng Fu. I found a bio on Tung Hu Ling and it stated he learned from his father but was also tutored by Yang Cheng Fu but he must have been very young when that happened. He was born in 1917 and Yang Cheng fu passed away in 1936. In any event I like his Tai Chi.