November 23, 2018





養腎穴位 — 湧泉穴
Soak your feet to nourish the kidneys
Chinese medicine states that winter complements the kidneys. The kidney meridian starts from the Yong Quan acupoint at the bottom of the feet and goes upwards. The Yong Quan point is one of the longevity points. The qi of kidney meridian is like water of a fountain and goes to all four limbs, so it is also seen as the source of energy. If you want to nourish kidneys during winter, aside from diet, you can also massage the Yong Quan point to nourish the kidneys. Also be sure to keep your feet warm to avoid attacks from cold pathogens. Have a soak before bedtime to keep your feet warm, improve qi and blood circulation to protect your kidneys.
Feet soak:
Ingredients: 10 slices of raw ginger (with peel), 5 tablespoons of salt
Preparation: Combine ginger with 800ml of water and cook for 30 minutes. Pour into a basin, then add in salt. Add in appropriate amount of cold water to cool down the temperature. Soak for 15-20 minutes until you feel warmed in both feet.
Yong Quan Point:
Location: bottom of feet, curl up your toes and it is located at the depressed point at the center of your feet
Effects: Nourishes yin and kidneys, strengthen your marrow
Method: Use your thumb and massage in circular motion

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