Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine : Acupuncture Digestive & Kidney Points

Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine : Acupuncture Digestive & Kidney Points


SARAH HAUER: Hi. I’m Sarah Hauer. SIG HAUER:
And I’m Sig Hauer, and we’re professional practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine.
SARAH HAUER: We’re here on behalf of Expert Village. SIG HAUER: And welcome to our video.
So, Sarah is now putting in Conception Vessel 12, also known as middle epigastrium, a very
good pint for digestive complaints. And she is now doing a Stomach 25 which is the front
mu point of the large intestine, again, a good digestive point, helps to make sure that
the large intestine is doing its job well. And “front mu” just means that it’s a point
that directs–directly connects with the organ and is very powerful in that sense. And she’s
also doing Conception Vessel 6 which is a very good point for the kidneys. And in Chinese
medicine, the kidneys also play a vital role in digestion in that the kidneys are looked
at as a “pilot light” for the digestion.

5 Replies to “Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine : Acupuncture Digestive & Kidney Points”

  1. "professional practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine"… FAIL. Acupuncture is silly, absurd and completely ineffective. Check out this guy's video to learn more about the "science" behind acupuncture… and stop being scammed by people like this.

    watch?v=pp5eiHUdwb4

  2. @Rusldalovemusl Sorry, my mistake. Show me the clinical trial you're referring to when you say it's "quite effective".

    Wait… you DO have evidence.. right?

    Oh.

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