Health Benefits of the Facial Acupressure Points

Acupressure Point GV16 (“Wind Mansion”)

Acupressure Point GV16 is efficient to relieve headache, neck stiffness, mental stress, and fight sore throat, nosebleeds, red eyes, dizziness. It’s stimulation relieves the entire area of the head (nose, throat, eyes, mind). Names: Governor Vessel 16, GV6, Wind Mansion, Palace of the Wind. Where is this point? At the top of the neck, in […]

Acupressure Point GV24.5 (“Third Eye”)

Acupressure Point GV24.5 is located in the area of the Third Eye Chakra, home of the thoughts, knowledge, imagination, intuition, vision, beliefs, and spirituality.Working that point is efficient to calm the mind, clarify ideas, strengthen mental projection and intuition. It also involves all the senses which organ is on the face (eyes, ears, nose, sinuses). […]

Acupressure Point B1 (“Eyes Bright”)

Acupressure point B1 (Bladder 1) is one of the best acupressure/acupuncture point for eye problems of all kinds from early-stage cataracts or glaucoma to hysteria with vision loss. They are also used for problems with conjunctivitis due to Wind-Heat and Liver Heat, to blurred vision in the elderly due to Deficient Jing and Blood.The Bladder meridian […]

Acupressure Point St 3 (“Facial Beauty Point”)

Acupressure Point St3 is a Master acupuncture point. It helps relieve stuffy nose, nasal congestion, sinus problems, tooth pain, eye ache, eye irritation, swelling around the eyes and general facial congestion. Names: Stomach 3, St3, Facial Beauty Point. Where is this point? At the bottom of the cheekbone (maxilla), on the imaginary line between the pupil […]

Acupressure Point SI17 (“Heavenly Appearance”)

Acupressure Point SI17 benefits the ears and throat, reduces swelling, relaxes the face lower muscles and helps flushing out toxins. Names: Small Intestine 17 (SI17), Heavenly Appearance, Celestial Counternance, Heaven’s Reception, Tian Rong. Where is this point? In the depression between the angle of the mandible and the anterior border of the neck side muscle. […]

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