Taoist Tapping Therapy

Taoist Tapping, also known as Taoist Tapping Health Technique, is a form of traditional Chinese medicine. It involves tapping specific meridian points and areas of the vital energy through the vibration and frequency to promote blood circulation, regulate Qi (vital energy) and blood, and enhance bodily functions for the purpose of health maintenance. The benefits of Taoist Tapping Method for the body include the following:

1. Improved blood circulation: By stimulates the skin and muscles, increases blood flow, and enhances blood circulation. This helps improve oxygen and nutrient supply, accelerate metabolism, eliminate waste products, and maintain overall physical health.

2. Regulation ofQi (vital energy) and blood: tapping specific meridian points and organs can regulate the flow of Qi and blood in the meridians, balance yin and yang, and facilitate the smooth flow of vital energy and blood. This helps regulate organ function, enhance immune system, and improve overall resistance.

3. Strengthening of bodily functions: Taoist Tapping Method can stimulate the function of organs such as the spleen, stomach, liver, gallbladder, and kidneys by tapping specific areas. This improves digestion and absorption capacity, enhances liver and kidney detoxification abilities, regulates hormone levels and energy balance, and strengthens the body’s self-healing capacity.

4. Relief from fatigue and stress: Full-body tapping helps relax the muscles and relieve fatigue and tension. Tapping also stimulates peripheral nerves, promoting the secretion of endorphins and other happy hormones, which aids in stress relief and improves sleep quality.

Taoist tapping can contribute many well-being facts. For people with chronic illnesses, acute conditions, or injuries, it is recommend consulting a medical professional or seeking expert guidance before undergoing any treatments.

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