Neiguan is one of the most important points in traditional Chinese medicine due to its many different functions.
It opens the chest, and therefore, can be used for any chest problems causing pain, stuffiness, or tightness.
It helps to harmonize the stomach and subdue the upward rushing of energy manifesting as nausea or vomiting. It also helps with acid regurgitation, belching, dizziness, and hiccuping.
Neiguan has a powerful calming action on the mind and can be used to help with anxiety or irritability. It is excellent to promote restful sleep and help with pre-menstrual depression and moodiness. Not only does it help you digest food but emotions as well.
Interestingly, this point is effective in alleviating neck aches originating from the back of the head, especially in women.
Lastly, an acupuncturist might choose this point to help regulate irregular or painful menses.
Use Neiguan for pain management, stress, and digestion. Let me know if you've tried it and how it worked.
Ching Wan Hung is an herbal first aid ointment. Many Chinese herbalists carry it, and it can be found in most Asian markets. This ointment smells like Chinese cooking (from the sesame oil), but works wonders on relieving pain from burns and healing the skin.
Ching Wan Hung is beneficial for many types of skin damage. It is used in Chinese hospitals to soothe burns due to heat, chemicals, or radiation. It has been successfully used to help with eczema, psoriasis, and bedsores. It is also commonly used to heal mucosal tissue, such as around the nose or anus.
Another use for Ching Wan Hung is to prevent scarring. Keeping a wound or burn moist with Ching Wan Hung will reduce scabbing, resulting in less scar tissue formation.
Traditional herbal formulas for first aid help the body when it is most in need. Ching Wan Hung heals tissues quickly to minimize damage to the skin from burns and slow healing sores. It is available at Herbs and Acupuncture Clinic.
Thoughts and practical tips to protect your health based in the wisdom of Chinese medicine.
Posts by Topic