7. Shou San Li
Recommended for: Neck stiffness, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, and diarrhea.
How to locate: It is located on the outer surface of the forearm 3 finger widths below the elbow crease when the elbow is bent 90°.
How to apply: Apply firm pressure to massage and stimulate the area for 4–5 seconds.
8. He Gu
How to locate: It is located between the web of your thumb and index finger.
How to apply: Apply deep pressure to massage and stimulate the area for 4–5 seconds.
CAUTION: It may induce labor and so must never be used during pregnancy.
9. Tai Chong
Traditional Chinese texts also recommend it for digestive issues, eye problems, genital pain, headaches, canker sores, and irritability.
How to locate: Tai Chong is located on your foot about 2 finger widths above the place where your index toe and big toe join.
How to apply: Apply deep, firm pressure to massage and stimulate the area for 2–3 seconds.