வியாழன், 21 ஏப்ரல், 2011

உடலை அறிவோம். 21.04.2011 Know Your Body - 3

Hi Friends,

Today I would like to clear some doubts that are inherent with some of you.
  •  The acupuncture of all the 12 meridians exist in both sides of the body. So both these can be pressed/punctured for relief/cure. There are also some acupuncture points which are on the front and back sides of the body , which have only one position. These we will discuss later.
  •  It is not necessary to keep pressuring them often. Touching or distant touching (at 1/2 an inch gap), once a week or once in 10 days is enough.  It will work wonders, as a cascading effect. On a row of cycles standing in an order, even if one cycle is touched, it will make all other cycles to fall down. Pressuring a point works in this way. If you touch a LUNG point, it will in turn activate another point in another meridian etc.,
  • Never think that pain or fever is a disease. It is only an indication. Try to observe it, it will cure by itself.
Today's Fact
    Nowadays many children are having the short sightedness, and wearing spectacles right from age 3 or 5..... The Sense organ is directly related to the internal organs Liver/GB. So children who have taken a lot of antibiotic or any kind of such toxin are bound to get their eye sight affected at a very young age.  So , read the below given passage thoroughly and try gently touching all the points circling the eyes. மிக மென்மையான தொடல் போதும்... அதுவே அருமையாக வேலை செய்யும்.....

     Avoid work to the eyes, after 8 pm, (especially for the children) including Reading/ Watching TV /Working/playing on Computers etc., This can be done any time after 3 am in the morning. Send them for sleep by 9 pm.


Today's Tip.


Hence, pressure these points (light touch) for 30 seconds or so, daily, before going to bed or just on waking up. The touch should be very gentle, just like a butterfly sitting on it.  Because, these are very sensitive points. The touch should not be by nails. only the finger tips should be used (So cut your nails if you have lot of them).

http://www.acufinder.com/Acupuncture+Information/Detail/Acupressure+Points+for+Better+Vision

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Acupressure Points for Better Vision
By: Dr. Marc Grossman O.D. L.Ac.
Eye Acupuncture Points
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), all diseases involving the eye are closely related to the liver. It is also understood that the eye is nourished by all of the internal organs in the body. The lens of the eye and the pupil basically belong to the kidney, the sclera to the lungs, the arteries and veins to the heart, the top eyelid to the spleen, the bottom eyelid to the stomach, and the cornea and iris to the liver. The Spleen and Stomach also control circulation in the eyes. Therefore an imbalance in any of the internal organs may lead to eye disease.

MAJOR ACUPRESSURE EYE POINTS

There are a number of acupuncture/acupressure points around the eyes (basically around the orbits of the eyes which are the bones that surround the eyeballs). The points shown above are some of the major local eye points.
  • Jingming (UB-1) Urinary Bladder Channel, lies where the inner corner of the eye meets the nose. Bladder 1 and 2 are perhaps the best two points for eye problems of all kinds from early-stage cataracts or glaucoma to hysteria with vision loss. They are also used for problems with conjunctivitis due to Wind-Heat and Liver Heat, to blurred vision in the elderly due to Deficient Jing and Blood
  • Zanzhu (UB-2) Urinary Bladder Channel, lies in the depressions at the inner ends of the eyebrows. Bladder 1 and 2 are perhaps the best two points for eye problems of all kinds from early-stage cataracts or glaucoma to hysteria with vision loss. They are also used for problems with conjunctivitis due to Wind-Heat and Liver Heat, to blurred vision in the elderly due to Deficient Jing and Blood
  • Yuyao Midpoint of the eyebrow in the hollow. Good for eye problems related to worry, excessive study and mental strain.
  • Sizhukong (SJ 23) Sanjiao or Triple Burner Channel, in the depression at the outside end of the eyebrow. This is a local point good for eye and facial problems, whether due to Wind invasion or the Liver Yang and Fire.
  • Tongziliao (GB 1) Gall Bladder Channel, lies in the cavities on the outside corners of the eye sockets. Good for eye problems including conjunctivitis, red sore eyes, photophobia, dry, itchy eyes, early-stage cataracts and blurred vision, as well as lateral headaches.
  • Qiuhou Midway between St-1 and GB-1 along the orbit of the eyes.
  • Chengqi (St 1) directly below the pupil on the infraorbital ridge bone. This is a main point for all eye problems, including those due to Wind Cold, Wind Heat and Hyperactive Liver Yang.



Why Acupuncture or any Alternate Medicine ?

In allopathy, they just keep treating you for life, but never cure you. They just keep prescribing you medicine after medicine, and make the pharma industry and themselves rich. I have seen many allopaths taking homeo medicines secretively for curing themselves.

As per Schedule J of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, they are not supposed to practice for all major diseases (the so called) such as., (Page No.444 of the attached pdf file.)

An extract.....

Diseases and ailments (by whatever name described) may not purport to prevent or cure or make claims to prevent or cure
1. AIDS
8. CANCER AND BENIGN TUMOR
14. DIABETES... and so on

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