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TCM- Traditional Chinese Medicine

October 18, 2015

Why does it work? Why should I use it?

 

Well, as I keep saying. It has beeen used for over 2 000 years. So Something must be right. You don't have to be worried too much as only practitionner who are qualified and knows how to usen this eastern style of healing. 

Any keys are great to be used to open access of the healing process and restore balanced health.

Recently, I have been used few trigger point and dijitopuncture which is pr

 

essure point in certain part of the body to release blockage or to open new wave of release.

 

So let me share it with you few things you can do at home when I told my client how to heal from home.

Constipation, happening sometimes to elderly person or stress people and even people unlucky with weak dijestive system.

 

The pressure point will be align with the meridian. Focus on the liver and conception vessel channels to assist constipated clients. While an acupressure specialist would refer to this as stimulating your liver channel, a Western doctor might refer to it as boosting your digestive system.

 

1- Found on the webbing between your thumb and pointer finger

 The point stimulates contractions in the digestive system, and is helpful for relieving insomnia and shoulder tension. Hold this point firmly for up to two minutes in a session. Pregnant women should avoid stimulating this point, as it can induce labor contractions. Also, if you feel to much pain or start to get a headache stop it now.

 

2-Slide your fingertip from the previous point toward your wrist

Feeling for a bony bump. This is point 4 on the large intestine meridian, traditionally used to stimulate intestinal contractions. In TCM, constipation is considered a blocked passage; "joining the valley" refers to creating a passage, which creates a state of balance in your overall health.

 

3-Sea of Energy

Place your fingertips on the lower edge of your belly button and slide them down two finger widths. This is conception vessel 6, a point used to tone the abdominal muscles, as well relieve constipation and gas.

 

4-Bend your elbow and slide your thumb along the crease.

Stop when you reach the end of the crease closest to your outer arm. This is large intestine 11, a point that can help balance intestinal tone whether you have constipation or diarrhea.

 

...Hold this point 2 minutes and Breath. 

...Never forget to breath...otherwise you cannot live.

 

 

 

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