According to Chinese traditional acupuncture the human body has a spot on which if you regularly apply ice the body will get younger making many diseases to disappear. Thanks to this application of ice, you will be healthy, in great mood and full of energy.
The spot is located between the chords of the neck, specifically on the nape there is a hole in which the neck and the head meet. This area the Chinese refer to as Feng Fu or the wind shelter.
The way how to proceed with this treatment:
You need to lie down on your stomach or you can sit down, and then place one ice cube (1 × 1 in) on the Feng Fu area and keep it for around 20 minutes. Fixate the ice by using a headscarf or bandage. You need to perform this on regular basis, in the morning and at night before going to sleep, but with a pause of 2-3 days. In the beginning of this treatment, the cold feeling can be present, but after 30 to 40 seconds you will experience a heat wave on the spot. Moreover, in the first few days of using this procedure you may have the feeling of euphoria caused by the endorphin level in the bloodstream.
Benefits of this procedure
- Better function of the digestive tract
- Soothes headaches, tooth pain, and wrist ache
- Deals with colds (you can use the ice for heat)
- Better sleep
- Improves mood and vigor
Numerous ailments can be cured with this procedure like the following ones:
- High blood pressure and hippo-tension
- Cardiovascular diseases
- Breathing diseases
- Impairments of the thyroid gland
- Acute, gastrointestinal and sexually transmitted infections
- Dysfunction of the menstrual function and the endocrine infertility
- Neurotic diseases with degenerate change of the backbone
- Cellulite (specifically in the prevention and the early stage)
- Anxiety, insomnia, chronic fatigue, stress, psycho emotional impairments
The use of Feng Fu spot cannot heal, but it actually puts the body back into physical balance, thus making it younger and offering the body a strong life impulse.
Note: Do not use this technique when pregnant, or if you suffer from epilepsy and schizophrenia, and if you have a pacemaker.