I've arrived in Beijing. It's hot and muggy. And despite all the reports that I wouldn't be able to see my feet in front of me, I have to say, the heat more than anything seems to be the issue for me.
Over the next three weeks, I'll be reporting live from here to bring you the business side of the Olympics. Hopefully, what you find here you won't find anywhere else.
Today's topic is Chinese medicines, most of which have been banned. So if you're an athlete here and you hear there are some potions that can make you better, don't trust that "going natural" will get you by. Here's a list of traditional medicines and what they supposedly do.
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