Large Intestine Meridian

Refresh Your Skin with HeaWea MicroGen: Large Intestine Meridian Stimulation

You probably do not like what aging can do to your skin: lack of moisture, wrinkles, dark spots, etc. While you spend so much on expensive skincare products and cosmetics, you may still see no improvement in your skin. However, some people never seem to get older, even without skincare. Why is that?

Since all skin problems are from the inside, a skin-deep solution will not help them in the long term. In the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, the large intestine meridian is critical if you want beautiful skin.

The Large Intestine Meridian

The large intestine meridian refers to the large intestine meridian of Hand-Yangming. It starts from the tip of the first finger, goes along the arm, and separates on the shoulder. The primary branch goes up the neck and ends near the nose, and the other goes down to your large intestine.

the channels of the large intestine meridian

Also, the large intestine meridian is related to the lung meridian. When the qi in the lung meridian cannot exit the body, it can move to the large intestine meridian and goes out with stool.

What Does the Large Intestine Meridian Do?

As its name suggests, the large intestine meridian governs the large intestine. If you have intestinal problems such as constipation, diarrhea, and abdominal pain, you can find relief by balancing this meridian.

Moreover, since the large intestine meridian passes the shoulder and the neck, stimulating the meridian can also help with some shoulder- and neck-related problems such as shoulder pain, neck pain, arm pain, and arm numbness.

Besides, the large intestine meridian can help with skin problems. This claim may sound surprising, but it makes sense in traditional Chinese medicine. In TCM, the lung meridian controls the skin and connects with the large intestine meridian, and when toxins accumulate in the lung, you will have skin problems. Clearing your large intestine meridian can help remove the toxins from the lung, improve your skin condition and ease skin problems including acne, eczema, chloasma, and age spots.

How to Boost the Qi Within the Large Intestine Meridian?

Amongst the 20 acupoints along the large intestine meridian, two acupoints are very helpful and easy to find. One is Hegu (LI4), and the other is Quchi (LI11). Massaging these to acupoints can open the meridian and boost qi flow. Hegu is between the base of your thumb and index finger, and Quchi is in the depression at the lateral end of the elbow crease. The following diagram shows where the two acupoints are.


the position of Quchi and Hegu acupoints

TENS pads should be placed at Hegu and Quchi acupoints since they are frequently used in acupuncture. In addition to stimulating the large intestine meridian, the Hegu acupoint can also be used to relieve pain and cold symptoms. If you have body ache, fever, or nasal congestion, you can press Hegu (for preferably longer than three minutes) to soothe the symptoms.

MicroGen for the Large Intestine Meridian

The vast database of HeaWea MicroGen includes a program for large intestine meridian stimulation. The program uses precise healing frequency to activate the large intestine meridian, improving your skin condition and detoxing your lung and large intestine. You can search “meridian” in the software and run the highlighted program as shown in the screenshot.

the HeaWea MicroGen program for the large intestine meridian

Everyone wants to look good, but improving the skin condition using skincare products or facial spas always seems costly. Fortunately, you now know a better way. You can simply get one MicroGen and enjoy its many programs. The program for the large intestine meridian refreshes your skin and alleviates problems such as constipation, diarrhea, shoulder pain, or neck pain. How amazing it is!

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