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Pressure points on the hands.

Acupressure points in the hand. Acupressure works just as well as acupuncture, only it's free! Directions: Press with thumb for 5 seconds & release for 3 seconds, in the affected point. Repeat for minutes for 5 to 10 days. You will get relief.

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Cosmetic Acupuncture Chart of the face. You may see other charts that show the organs in different zones of the face. So if you have questions, give me a call.

How to Use Pressure Points for a Foot Massage: Press firmly on tips of  toes-relieve headache and sinus pain. Hold the pressure several seconds at a time.Press firmly small rounded area below smallest toe for pain in shoulder/neck area. Apply pressure up to 20 seconds.Pressure to area below the ball of foot for stomach problems. Firm pressure held for several seconds, then repeat-could be beneficial to digestive system. Pressure to area just in front of ankle on bottom of foot- help knee…

Foot Reflexology ~ Massage the part of your foot that corresponds to the part of your body in pain. It will slowly reduce & eventually get rid of the pain -- also helps improve blood circulation to that part of the body.

It’s All In The Palm Of Your Hand: Push These Points To Eliminate Your Pain Locate the point on your thumb that is associated with the pain in your body. Press it for 5 seconds. Release the pressure for 3 seconds. Press again and repeat the same step for several minutes. Do this at least once a day and you will feel much better within a week. Remember you can use the Young Living essential oils on these hand points to maximize the effect!

Accupressure Hand Points: Press the thumb point on the appropriate area of your hand for 5 seconds. Release the thumb for 3 seconds and repeat.

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