A Miracle Of The Chinese Medicine: Massage This Point Every Day And See What Happens

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Generally, women are more prone to stress, sleep deprivation, chronic fatigue etc.

San Yin Jiao point is located on the inner part of the tibia on both legs and it represents an important field in Chinese alternative medicine, or more specifically, in acupuncture.

This method has the ability to make women look more beautiful.

How to locate it

Place 4 fingers above your ankle, on the inner part of the legs. The point should be on your index finger. The precise location of the point is essential in order to know from where you should start with the massage.

Press hard the area behind the tibia and start massaging. Do this for 10 minutes, at any time of the day, although it is recommended that you do it at night.

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You can massage the both legs or the area between them.

Note: For best results, repeat the procedure regularly.

Benefits of the massage:

Regulation of the menstrual cycle

Massaging of the San Yin spot can improve and regular menstrual period in women.

Elasticity of the skin

Massaging of this spot can stimulate the spleen which can improve the elasticity and health of your skin.

Improved sexual desire

This procedure can also solve hormonal problems, improve sexual desire and help you regain sensuality.

Activation of the ovaries and uterus

It can be especially beneficial for women who are trying to get pregnant because it stimulates the function of ovaries and uterus.

Stabilizing of the gastrointestinal tract

Bloating and digestive problems can be solved with this method.

Also, it can relieve menstrual pain.


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