There is a Japanese legend that says that once lived a man who inherited many valuable knowledge from his father.
One of these knowledge was associated with health, in particular with Tsu San Li “point of longevity” or “point of a hundred diseases” as it is called Japanese.
Following the advice of his father, this man massaging this point every day and lived to see the birth and death of several emperors.
Massage is one of the oldest methods of treatment in the East, which has been practiced for several thousand years. The human body has 365 points and 12 major meridians, which somewhat reminiscent of the days and months of the year.
The technique of this massage is based on the teachings of the meridians, and the channels that are associated with some authorities. In Chinese medicine, the body is seen as an energy system, and massage can affect the flow of energy and functional activity of organs.
Activating point Tsu San Li will give you a rejuvenating and healing effect and prevent aging. In China this point is known as “the point of longevity” and in Japan – “the point of the hundred diseases.” The point is just under the edge of the cap where shown in the picture.
To find the point of longevity cover the knee with the palm from the beginning of closure. The point is between the nail of the small and ring finger in the form of a small indentation between the bones. If you can not find it in this way, try to sit on the floor with feet firmly pressed to the floor. Will see a higher area below the knee – Put your finger there and stand in the starting position.
What is this point and why the Japanese call it “point of a hundred diseases”?
Tsu San Li controls the work of bodies that are in the lower half of the body. It controls the function of the spinal cord in the parts which are responsible for the proper functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, the alimentary tract, sex organs, the kidneys, the adrenal glands. By massaging Tsu San Li, will increase the activity of the adrenal glands, which are the most potent glands. They act as the main guardians of human health.