Eastern peoples have a legend about a certain point of Zu-san, which is responsible for health and longevity. Once upon a time, a peasant inherited an amazing inheritance from his parents. These were not fabulous treasures and not a beautiful castle. Parents conveyed unusual knowledge to their son; they revealed to their son the secret of the point of Zu-san-li. The secret was that if you correctly act on this point and cauterize in a special way, then you can live a very long life without knowing the disease. This person clearly followed the advice of his parents and took great care of his point of Zu-san-li, so he was able to live a very long life and survived the change of many rulers.
And today, this point is considered miraculous. Therefore, all people who are not indifferent to the state of their health perform cauterization and massage this point. A special method of treatment is cauterization with wormwood cigars, which affect bioactive points in the body. Usually this treatment method is used as an adjunct to acupuncture Continue reading
First of all, I want to explain what Sen Sib means. In total, Thai medicine has 72,000 energy channels.
They permeate every cell of the body, supplying the body with vital energy. The main ones targeted at Thai massage are 10. “Sen” – means “line”. “Sib” is ten. It turns out Sen Sib – 10 lines.
Energy lines cannot be detected anatomically. However, it has been empirically observed that acupressure (punching) of these lines gives a therapeutic effect.
Different schools interpret Sep 10 differently. There are scientific volumes stored in Bangkok at Wat Po, where two of them are described in detail – a description created under King Rama II and King Rama V. They are not very different.
For example, lines start from the navel, or nearby. Some minor differences are also present in the line trajectory. But they are alike. So keep in mind that there are several versions.
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Bloodletting began to be used to treat various diseases for a very long time. In the Middle Ages, it was considered one of the main methods of treatment. Due to non-compliance with hygiene standards, bloodletting was fraught with blood poisoning, and over time, people began to distrust him.
Nowadays, hijama has again gained popularity among folk healers. Even in modern medical centers, clients are offered hijama as an alternative treatment method. Let’s get to know her better.
The essence of hijama treatment is the renewal of blood and the body as a whole due to the withdrawal of stagnant blood and lymph. Often, due to a sedentary lifestyle, metabolic disorders, poor nutrition and daily regimen, blood and lymph stagnate and thicken, forming clots. Continue reading