BL 13 ( 폐유) and BL 43 (고황)
Here is how to make the most of acupuncture point BL 13 and BL 43.
A good son’s hand
The upper back is the area where aging surfaces first. When you are getting old, you feel stiff and itchy on your back. Aging people often ask their children or partners to scratch their backs. When this is impossible, they buy a helping hand, which is called “good son’s hand,” in Korea. Many people purchase the product for their parents or grandparents as a souvenir when they return from travel. Try using it on your back. You will know why aging people keep using it.
Required acupuncture points
Acupuncture points BL13 and BL43 are among the “required” moxa points. According to Dr. Namsu Kim (more often called “Gudang”), the two acupuncture points will benefit you and bring you longevity when you regularly apply moxa cones at the acupuncture points. He always made the most of acupuncture point BL 13 and BL 43. Classic books say that there are no diseases that cannot be treated using BL43 (고황). People use the acupuncture point at all times, primarily when treating chronic diseases.
Make the most of acupuncture point BL 13 and BL 43.
People tend to spend more time working with the computer than ever. They do not notice that their back becomes stiff until it becomes unbearable with pain. I always make sure that I use the acupuncture points when treating patients with shoulder or upper back pain. The acupuncture points are located over the Rhomboid minor and Rhomboid major muscles. They loosen up tightness and relax muscles in the upper back. It benefits patients greatly when you make the most of the acupuncture point BL 13 and BL 43.
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