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Zu San Li - The point of Longevity

Zu San Li - The point of Longevity

There's a Japanese legend that says that once upon a time there was a man who inherited a very valuable knowledge from his father - about Zu San Li, "the point of longevity" or "the point of a hundred diseases".

Following his father's advice, this man massaged this point everyday and lived to see the births and deaths of several emperors. Massaging this point is one of the oldest methods of treatments in the East, which has been practiced for several thousand years. The human body has 365 points and 12 major meridians, which is reminiscent of the amount of days and months in a year.

The technique for this massage (acupressure, finger pressure on specific points) is based on the teachings of the meridians and channels that are associated with certain organs. In Chinese medicine, the body is seen as an energy system, and a massage can affect the energy flow and the functional activity of the organs.

The Best of Eastern Medicine

The Best of Eastern Medicine

Activating the point Zu San Li will give you a rejuvenating and healing effect and will prevent aging. In China, this point is known as - "a point of longevity", and in Japan - "a point of hundred diseases". On our bodies, Zu San Li is located right beneath the kneecap.

To find it, cover the knee with the palm of the same hand. The point is located between the nails of the little and ring finger, in a form of a small dent between the bones. If you can't find it this way, try sitting on the floor with your feet firmly pressed to the floor. Pull them toward you, without raising your feet off of the floor. You will notice a higher area below the knee - put your finger on it and take a starting position. The point you pressed with your finger is Zu San Li.

What is this point connected to and why do the Japanese call it "the point of a hundred diseases"?



Try It Yourself

Try It Yourself

Zu San Li controls the work of the organs that are located in the lower half of the body. It controls the functions of the spinal cord in the parts that are responsible for proper functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, digestive tract, sexual organs, kidneys, adrenal glands. By massaging Zu San Li, you will increase the activity of the adrenal glands, which are the most powerful glands that act as the main protectors of human health.

They excrete adrenaline, hydrocortisone and other important hormones into the blood. If you massage the "point of longevity" on a daily basis, you could normalize the functions of the adrenal glands in the body, which are:
1. normalization of blood pressure;
2. normalization of glucose, insulin levels;
3. suppression of inflammatorily processes in the body;
4. regulation of the immune system.

Other benefits from massaging Zu San Li are:

5. improved digestion;
6. treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract;
7. treating the consequences of a stroke;
8. gaining confidence;
9. overcoming stress and tension; and
10. inner stability.

Try it yourself, massage the Zu San Li every day and enjoy the benefits.

Source: Healthy Life Tricks





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