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Anmo Gong And Self Acupressure

Someone was asking me a little while ago how acupuncture works. They were asking if there is something placed on the needles prior to their insertion into the skin? I answered in the negative and said that they’re just plain metal. The person looked surprised and then asked me that if I’m not putting anything […]
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The Many Uses of Acupuncture, Acupressure, and Other Alternative Means of Stimulation

What is Acupuncture? Acupuncture is an all-inclusive healthcare system that addresses chronic and acute diseases and disorders. It is widely believed to have originated in China more than 3,500 years ago. The philosophy of acupuncture, a healing art grounded on natural law, is to heal without side effects and in a safe way. The aim […]
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Some FAQs About Facial Rejuvenation Acupressure Exercises

Acupressure is a healing system that’s even much older than acupuncture which is believed to be around 5,000 years old. It works on the life energy of the body called chi that circulates all around our bodies. There are numerous energy channels or meridians that are located on our skull, neck, and face. When these […]
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Some Helpful Information about Acupuncture and Acupressure

The human body has over 350 acupoints. Chosen acupoints are activated by sticking fine acupuncture needles to help restore balance, boost the circulation of qi or chi, cause the internal organs of the body to function optimally. Based on the observation of the tongue and the palpation of the pulse as well as the information […]
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