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Acupressure's Potent Points: A Guide to Self-Care for Common Ailments Paperback – November 1, 1990
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- Natalie Kupferberg, Brooklyn Coll. Lib., New York
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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In "Acupressure's Potent Points, Michael Reed Gach, founder and director of the Acupressure Institute of America, reveals simple techniques that enable you to relieve headaches, arthritis, colds and flu, insomnia, backaches, hiccups, leg pain, hot flashes, depression, and more--using the power and sensitivity of your own hands.
This practical guide covers more than forty ailments and symptoms, from allergies to wrist pain, providing pressure-point maps and exercises to relieve pain and restore function. Acupressure complements conventional medical care, and enables you to take a vital role in becoming well and staying well. With this book you can turn your hands into healing tools--and start feeling good now.
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Also, I would like to comment on the review "snakeoil". I have been doing research about Michael Reed Gach and other acupressure instructors/practitioners and the so called "movement", and I do realize the skepticism because there are a lot of sham new age quacks out there preaching cures and other bogus messages, but acupressure is effective and can work for most people. Many acupoints are small and cannot be effectively used with just the fingers, but most of the basic/major ones can be. Just look at Japanese Shiatsu massage or Chinese Tunia massage, they both use acupoint/acupressure, and most acupuncturist teach acupressure to their patients to be used between acupuncture sessions.Read more ›
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This takes a bit to get into and understand, but there are many valid points brought up throughout that are very beneficial. Read morePublished 9 days ago by bmbranno
Awesome book for anyone whoever wondered about Acupressure Points. Simple to understand, great pictures, can find where to use the acupressure for ailments easily, and it works!Published 14 days ago by Wicked Wahine