By Linda Greenwall
Winner, Royal Society of medication 2001 Dentistry Award
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From various sources, I have been able to ﬁnd these additional animals eaten by the Chinese, but the list is hardly exhaustive; if an animal has four legs, wings, or even no legs at all, it can, it seems, ﬁnd its way to the Asian dinner table: porcupines, silver foxes, badgers, squirrels, bamboo rats, common palm civets, spotted linsangs, wild boars, ﬂying squirrels, ﬂying foxes, mongooses, leopard cats, raccoon dogs, nutria, chipmunks, guinea pigs, horses, gerbils, donkeys, goats, chickens, peacocks, geese, ducks, quail, cobras, king cobras, rat snakes, water snakes, bamboo snakes, banded kraits, pythons, soft-shelled turtles, frogs, salamanders, and water monitors.
Just as a gardener uses irrigation and compost to grow robust plants, the doctor uses acupuncture and medicinals to recover and sustain health. Just as nature contains air, sea, and land, the human body is composed of Qi (pronounced “chee”), Moisture, and Blood. Qi is the animating force that gives humans the capacity to move, think, feel, and work. Moisture is the liquid medium that protects, nurtures, and lubricates tissue. Blood is the material foundation out of which bones, nerves, skin, muscles, and organs are created.
In California in the early 1900s, Steller’s sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) were killed in large numbers because ﬁshermen complained that the sea lions were eating the ﬁsh that belonged to the ﬁshermen, and later, in the Aleutians, pups were killed for their skins to make clothing. Most male pinnipeds (seals, sea lions, and walruses) have a baculum or penis bone, and it is not surprising to learn that these bones were ground up and the powder sold as an aphrodisiac in certain Asian countries. In The War Against the Seals, an aptly named study of North American sealing, Briton Cooper Busch discusses “trimmings,” which were composed of the genitals of bull seals, the gall bladder, and the whiskers.