Stimulate this Spot for Overall Wellbeing – Feng Fu

Stimulate this spot for relief of today’s common ailments including: headaches, toothache, nd even depression

Traditional Chinese medicine is based on the belief that energy (chi or qi) flows through and around the body along pathways called meridians. Acupuncturists believe that illness occurs when something blocks your chi or causes it to become unbalanced. By helping to increase the flow of chi throughout the body, the organs can function more efficiently.
Each meriden in the body directly corresponds with an organ of the body.
Acupuncturists  practice acupuncture or massage on pressure points to release chi that has been blocked.

There is a special point that when stimulated can improve your health mood a overall increase your energy. The point is found at the top of the neck, between the tendons in the back, close the base of the hairline. If you’re having trouble finding it, try tilt your head back so you can feel your neck muscles better. In the middle of them you will find the depth of the Feng Fu point.

This point is called Feng Fu & is believed to improve your overall health and wellness.
According to acupuncture, Feng Fu is a also a Window of the Sky Point. This means that it is a crucial communication point between the mind and the rest of the body.

This practice can restore and maintain physiological balance, while rejuvenating, strengthening, and energizing the body. Regularly using this technique will lead to a number of other healthy improvements:

🌿relieve headaches, toothache
🌿improve sleep
🌿eliminate frequent colds
🌿decrease joint pain
🌿improve your breathing
🌿manage thyroid problems
🌿manage menstrual pains
🌿help with asthma
🌿relieve pain in arthritis
🌿reduce stress
🌿manage fatigue & depression
🌿manage infertility
🌿improve overall cardiovascular symptoms
🌿nosebleeds
🌿eye pain
🌿Psychological issues such as mania, palpitations from fear a/or fright, suicidal thoughts.

You know what it’s good for, now how do you start? It’s easy, all you will need is an ice cube to begin. Sit or Lay flat on your stomach somewhere you are comfortable. Place the ice cube on the gang fu point as described above for about 20 minutes. You can use a head tie or cloth to hold the cube to the area. It can be uncomfortable at first but you will notice release after 30-60 seconds.

For maximum benefit, professional acupuncturists recommend doing the treatment twice a day – first thing in the morning and last thing at night.

🚫WARNING: THIS method is not recommended to pregnant woman, if you have a pacemaker, epilepsy, or schizophrenia.🚫

Have you heard about this awesome natural pain relief? Have your tried it? Has it brought forward any relief?



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