1. 4-Thumps – Tap K27 Points (end of Kidney Meridian) in the hollow under the collarbone and above the first rib on each side of the sternum (breast bone) to boost and restore energy, increase vitality, strengthen immune function and activate Meridian System. Tap the Thymus Point located on the upper portion of the sternum along the midline of the body to boost your immune function and fight off disease. Tapping the Thymus is like an energetic jolt of Vitamin C and it actually creates T-Cells. White blood cells are important to fight off infection and the Thymus Thump can help reduce a fever. It is also useful for calming and de-stressing the body. Tap CV17 (Sea of Qi) in the hollow on the sternum directly between the nipples to increase energy flow, reduce fatigue and stress, and unbinds the chest for asthma and chest pain. Tap the Spleen Neurolymphatic Reflex Points located one rib below the breasts (below bra line) directly under the nipples to reduce chronic fatigue, provide and energy lift, help metabolize and detoxify the lymphatic system, balance blood chemistry levels and reduce a fever.
2. Spinal Flush or Neurolymphatic Reflex Points –Spinal Flush is best done with a partner. NLR Points are located on the front of the body and can more easily be done on oneself. For Spinal Flush massage along each side of the spine and for NLR Points massage each area on front of body associated by organ with firm pressure to move lymph, flush toxins and clear stagnant energies from the body. Use at the first sign of feelingsick, sluggish, stressed or experiencing emotional overload.
3. Lung 7 is one of the most powerful points on the lung meridian. It is a popular acupuncture point to use for stopping a persistent cough and relieving a sore throat. Tap, massage or hold this point until cough subsides.
2. Lightly pinch around eyes and
3. Close eyes and gently do tiny spindle
4. Trace Figure 8’s around eyes in both
5. Press thumbs on Stomach 3 and place
Did you know that Miso Soup with Scallions is actually an ancient Chinese herbal remedy for colds? In 300 AD famous herbalist, Ge Hong, wrote about Miso Soup with Scallions in a book called, Bei ji zhou hou fang or Emergency Formulas to Keep Up One’s Sleeve.
This soup is indicated for the onset of a cold when a person is just beginning to feel a headache, stuffy nose and a slight fever. So, the next time you feel a cold coming on, be sure to have your miso! Here is the simple recipe for Miso Soup that Serves 4:
6 cups water
* Dissolve the miso in a little bit of boiling water (about 2 tsp.)
Variations: Add other ingredients to make a more substantial soup, such as tofu, fresh mushrooms, cooked shrimp, snow pea sprouts, cooked rice noodles or paper-thin slices of fresh ginger.
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