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Can you turn back the clock to look and feel younger? Experience in Chenot Palace Weggis

June 17, 2022

For centuries, humans have searched for the elixir of youth and the secret to longevity. The ancient Chinese believed that ingesting long-lasting precious substances such as jade, cinnabar or hematite would confer some of that longevity on the person who consumed them. In Hindu scriptures, it was thought anybody who consumed even the tiniest portion of amrita would gain immortality. Fortunately, advancements in medicine and anti-ageing treatments have come a long way since ancient times, and there are a multitude of health and medical centres that can offer the secret to youth, such as Chenot Palace Weggis in Switzerland. As I was to find out, this is no ordinary medical wellness retreat….

Shining a light on physical and mental wellbeing, Chenot has been a pioneer of human health treatments for over 50 years. The group is perhaps best known for its ground-breaking Chenot Method® – a means to promote wellness with preventative actions, through a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach. Treatments are research-based and seamlessly layered to give scientific accuracy to an array of biomarkers within your entire body. The Chenot Method® is the intersection between technology, diagnostics, and Chinese medicine, meaning that they acknowledge the energy and strength of the nervous system, which has a role in symptoms of pain or dysfunction of the body.

At Chenot, they believe we can actually reverse ageing and the resulting inflammation that leads to disease. I was fascinated to try this out for myself, to see if the Chenot Method® could recharge my batteries, rejuvenate my dull skin, and give me back some of my lost vitality. I was certainly not disappointed; over my week’s long journey between diet, diagnostic assessments and Chinese acupuncture, and after an entire cleanse and detox of the body, I returned home feeling like a new person.

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