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October 23, 2016
Acupuncture point for nausea and vomiting
Pericardium 6 is a well known point in Chinese medicine for nausea and vomiting. It is located in between the two tendons of the wrist, just three finger breadths away from your wrist crease. This point has is used by postoperatieve patients and also patients undergoing chemotherapy. A study by the Journal of Royal Society of Medicine, found that this point can provide up to 8 hours of relief. If you are suffering from morning sickness or nausea give this point a try. You’ve got nothing to lose.
Below is a video that discusses how to find and use PC6:
Youtube video HERE
Dundee, JW, Sourialm FBR, Ghaly GH, 1988,”P6 acupressure reduces morning sickness Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Volume81 August1988.
Bob Wong was raised in a traditional Chinese medicine family and moved to mainland China to study and train for almost a decade. During that time, he was able to learn from some of the top acupuncturists and Chinese Medicine practitioners in at the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. His mission is not bring that knowledge and experience to help his patients.
Bob Wong currently maintains an acupuncture practice in the Brisbane area and lectures at the Endeavour College of Natural Health. For more information you can read his full bio or schedule and appointment.
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