The Chinese say that the body is rejuvenating and that many diseases disappear, and you will be healthy, moody and full of energy if you regularly place an ice cube at a specific location on the neck.
This place is located between the tendons in the front of the neck, specifically on the cusp where there is a hole in which the head and neck are connected. Here is the point in Chinese acupuncture called Feng Fu or refuge wind.
You need to lay on your stomach (or sit) and put one ice cube at the point of Feng Fu (in the hole on the neck) and hold it for twenty minutes. The ice cube can be fixed with a bandage or a scarf.
Do this regularly, with breaks of 2-3 days, morning and evening, before bedtime. Also if you have cold or flu, this procedure is not possible.
Initially, there may be a feeling of coolness, but for 30-40 seconds, heat flow is felt at the point of operation. For the first few days, you will have a sense of euphoria due to the release of endorphins into the bloodstream.
Benefits from this procedure
Due to regular placing ice cubes on the back of the head improves sleep, improves mood and general vitality. It also improves the digestive tract, eliminates headaches, toothache, and joint pain.
The operation of ice cube at the point of Feng Fu helps with:
– respiratory diseases,
– diseases of the cardiovascular system,
– neurological diseases with degenerative changes in the spine,
– acute, gastrointestinal and sexually transmitted infections,
– thyroid gland disorders,
– hypertension and hypotension,
– bronchial asthma,
– gastrointestinal disorders tract,
– obesity and malnutrition,
– cellulite (especially in prevention and early stage),
– menstrual cycle disorders and endocrine infertility,
– psycho-emotional disorders,
– chronic fatigue,
The operation at the point of Feng Fu does not cure, but it returns the man to the physiological balance. It rejuvenates the body and gives the body a powerful life impulse. You should avoid this method if you are pregnant, have a pacemaker, epilepsy, and schizophrenia.
In Chinese medicine, the body is viewed as an energy system. Through acupuncture and massage it can affect the flow of energy and the functional activity of the body.