This 5000 Year Old System
Can Make You Feel Better
Than You’ve Ever Felt…
Without Drugs or Any
Dear Health Conscious Reader,
I stumbled across something that has really changed my life.
I’m writing you this letter today because I think that it change your life as well.
I’m going to tell you about a way that you can train your body to heal itself. This system is over 5000 years old. But, best of all it is 100% natural and is so easy you’re not going to believe it.
- No drugs
- No supplements
- No exercise
- No needles
- No side effects
I’ll give you all the information you need to know about this system but first please allow me to give you some important background and how I came across this potent healing system:
Your Body Has an Invisible Life Force Within It
Until recently modern science didn’t spend much thought on this although it has been understood for millennia by mystics in other parts of the world.
In fact most ancient forms of healing were based on this understanding. There was a well recognized link between the energy of an individual and the energy of nature. For instance, in Chinese traditional medicine the principle of chi is of utmost importance.
Chi is the invisible life force or energy that moves around the body freely when well.
Their belief is that when there is an obstruction or a weak flow of this life force, a person can become ill.
Ancient Chinese therapies such as acupuncture were designed to help promote the flow of chi around the body.
The Medical Industry Didn’t Want
You to Know About This
Just look at the simple math:
If people start to heal themselves without expensive doctor visits and pharmaceutical medicines, the fat bank accounts of all of these companies will start to slim down rapidly.
I’m not saying you’ll never need a doctor again, but you may be able to greatly reduce your need for medical treatment and expensive medicines with sometimes very serious side effects.
Unfortunately for all of them, the cat is starting to slip out of the bag.
Ignoring these powerful ancient secrets is no longer an option.
Too many people are beginning to learn that there are other all natural options to make them feel better. So, the industry has changed it’s tune.
Although in the past such therapies were dismissed by modern Western medicine, they are increasingly gaining acceptance. In fact, many western medical doctors will often recommend that a person try a therapy like acupuncture alongside of traditional Western therapies.
Not that many years ago, these same scientists would’ve thrown you out laughing if you’d suggested trying some ancient Chinese system to help with a headache.
Now, you’ve got one of the largest mainstream media outlets in the world reporting that one of the government’s most highly respected medical institutions recommends it.
But, it doesn’t even stop there. The same article also notes that a premiere university with a renowned medical program also validates the effectiveness of this ancient healing therapy.
Now, I’m not going to tell you about acupuncture today. I’m going to tell you about something that I’ve personally found to be even more potent. But, first let me introduce myself.
My name is Laura Devlin.
I’m a married, 44 year old woman who was a mortgage broker for most of my adult life.
I grew up in a very traditional Midwestern family. If I got sick I went to a doctor and got a prescription.
I didn’t know anything about cultures or systems outside of the traditional American way. I think back then I would’ve scoffed if anyone told me that there were any other methods of improving your health other than traditional drugs.
Then, I became involved in martial arts and began studying from a grandmaster. Besides how happy I was about getting into better shape, I also was introduced to other Eastern philosophies and therapies.
Just like so many others, I had some personal struggles that put a lot of pressure on me. My husband and I had some investments go bad and I had a business sink with the economic downturn in 2008.
All of it took it’s toll on me.
A friend introduced me to training in the martial arts.
This helped a little bit, but I was still so drained. I couldn’t get the worries and stress out of my head and body.
Then, I was introduced to an amazing ancient
healing system called “Acupressure.”
“Accupressure has no needles and you can safely do it yourself.”
Acupressure is an ancient healing art that uses the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin to stimulate the body's natural self-curative abilities.
When these points are pressed, they release muscular tension and promote the circulation of blood and the body's life force to aid healing. Acupuncture and acupressure use the same points, but acupuncture employs needles, while acupressure uses the gentle but firm pressure of hands (and even feet).
There is a massive amount of scientific data that demonstrates why and how acupressure is effective.
Foremost among the advantages of acupressure's healing touch is that it is safe to do on yourself and others - even if you've never done it before - so long as you follow the instructions and pay attention to the cautions.
There are no side effects from drugs, because there are no drugs. And the only equipment needed are your own two hands.
You can practice acupressure therapy any time,
The healing touch of acupressure reduces tension, increases circulation, and enables the body to relax deeply. By relieving stress, acupressure strengthens resistance to disease and promotes wellness.
Accupressure Can Relieve All of the Following:
- sinus problems
- neck pain
- muscle aches
- tension due to stress
- ulcer pain
- menstrual cramps
- lower back aches
In acupressure, local symptoms are considered an expression of the condition of the body as a whole.
A tension headache, for instance, may be rooted in the shoulder and neck area.
Thus acupressure focuses on relieving pain and discomfort as well as on responding to tension before it develops into a "disease" that is, before the constrictions and imbalances can do further damage.
By using trigger point stimulation you can improve your condition as well as feel more alive, healthy, and in harmony with your life.
Acupressure points (also called potent points) are places on the skin that are especially sensitive to bioelectrical impulses in the body and conduct those impulses readily.
Traditionally, Asian cultures conceived of the points as junctures of special pathways that carried the human energy that the Chinese call chi and the Japanese call ki.
Western scientists have also mapped out and proven the existence of this system of body points by using sensitive electrical devices.
Stimulating these points with pressure, needles, or heat triggers the release of endorphins, which are the neurochemicals that relieve pain. As a result, pain is blocked and the flow of blood and oxygen to the affected area is increased. This causes the muscles to relax and promotes healing.
Because acupressure inhibits the pain signals sent to the brain through a mild, fairly painless stimulation, it has been described as closing the "gates" of the pain-signaling system, preventing painful sensations from passing through the spinal cord to the brain.(2)
Besides relieving pain, acupressure can help rebalance the body by dissolving tensions and stresses that keep it from functioning smoothly and that inhibit the immune system. Acupressure enables the body to adapt to environmental changes and resist illness.
Tension tends to concentrate around acupressure points. When a muscle is chronically tense or in spasm, the muscle fibers contract due to the secretion of lactic acid caused by fatigue, trauma, stress, chemical imbalances, or poor circulation.
For instance, when you are under a great deal of stress you may find you have difficulty breathing. Certain acupressure points relieve chest tension and enable you to breathe deeply.
As a point is pressed, the muscle tension yields to the finger pressure, enabling the fibers to elongate and relax, blood to flow freely, and toxins to be released and eliminated. Increased circulation also brings more oxygen and other nutrients to affected areas.
This increases the body's resistance to illness and promotes a longer, healthier, more vital life. When the blood and bioelectrical energy circulate properly, we have a greater sense of harmony, health, and well-being.
The origins of acupressure are as ancient as the instinctive impulse to hold your forehead or temples when you have a headache. Everyone at one time or another has used his or her hands spontaneously to hold tense or painful places on the body.
More than 5,000 years ago, the Chinese discovered that pressing certain points on the body relieved pain where it occurred and also benefited other parts of the body more remote from the pain and the pressure point. (3)
Gradually, they found other locations that not only alleviated pain but also influenced the functioning of certain internal organs.
In the early Chinese dynasties, when stones and arrows were the only implements of war, many soldiers wounded on the battlefield reported that symptoms of disease that had plagued them for years had suddenly vanished.
Naturally, such strange occurrences baffled the physicians who could find no logical relationship between the trauma and the ensuing recovery of health.
After years of meticulous observation, ancient Chinese physicians developed ways of curing certain illnesses by striking or piercing specific points on the surface of the body. (4)
Introducing the Easy
I had so many people asking me to teach me this system, I was running out of time.
So, I’ve created an easy to use DVD. You just pop it into a player or you computer and I’ll be right there in your living room…giving you personalized instruction on how to help yourself with acupressure.
There’s no exercise required. And, it’s not complicated at all. Any time you want to reference anything, your DVD will be right there.
So Easy and Quick
Besides how great acupressure works, what I love about it is how easy it is to do.
Once you learn where your potent points are and how to apply pressure, you can give yourself a treatment in just a couple of minutes.
And, it doesn’t even matter where you are.
Stuck in the office with a grueling migraine?
No problem. Just take a minute while you sit behind your desk and apply some acupressure. Nobody will have a clue and you can feel better in the snap of a finger.
Having some digestion problems while you’re at the theater after dinner?
Forget about going home early! Just apply some of the techniques I’m going to show you and enjoy the rest of that show.
Can you see why I’m so excited about this system?
No wonder the Chinese have been doing it for over 5000 years. After all, give this some thought…
Do you really think that if these techniques didn’t work that this system would still be around…passed down from generation to generation?
We both know the answer to that one. It’s a big emphatic “no.”
The reason acupressure is alive and well is because it truly works.
It’s worked miracles for me. But, I don’t want you to think that I’m the only one I know who it’s worked for. Listen to some of the people that have seen such drastic improvements since they began using these ancient techniques I shared with them:
“I’m 71 years old and I’ve had to cancel two vacations because my back and hips were killing me. Now, I’m using Acupressure and I’ve seen such an improvement I’m preparing to book a journey to China.”
Lois Aron, Brooklyn, New York
“I work as a manicurist and I must use my eyes all day long. I was constantly getting headaches, but this Acupressure is a miracle. Since I’ve begun my headaches have all but disappeared.”
Bianca Soltero, Los Angeles, California
“I’ve always been a physical guy, but after I had a traffic accident, my neck has been nothing but grief. Unfortunately, I’ve got a liver problem and can’t take pain medicine. I’ve tried so many other therapies, but until I came across this acupressure I thought hope was lost. I’ve been able to resume taking long walks and even doing some other exercise.
Mitchell Davis, West Palm Beach, Florida
“I’ve always had some bad problems with stress. Sometimes I feel so tense I’m afraid I can’t breathe. I’ve found that Acupressure really works for me. I can do it in my office and none of my co-workers even have a clue.
Phil Yakoff, Washington, D.C.
How Much is Feeling Great Worth?
They say that good health is priceless and they’re probably right.
It makes me so frustrated that there are so many walking around, feeling lousy. And, the only reason they don’t feel better is that they don’t know about these amazingly powerful ancient secrets.
I don’t know precisely how to ask you to value how much it’s worth to feel good again.
But, I can tell you that if I were to come see you and give you acupressure consultations, I’d need to charge you at least $100 an hour.
I’m also confident that it’d take you at least a few hours of consultation before you were able to remember and use everything that I’m going to share with you. So, realistically, you’re looking at a minimum cost of $300.
Most people I know would consider $300 a bargain to get rid of so many rotten feelings for the rest of their lives.
But, my goal is to spread the word to as many people as possible.
I know that these days, money can be a little tight, so I demanded that the publisher offer at least an introductory price that would more affordable.
I’ll give you all the details in one moment, but first I did want to give you one more piece of good news.
You Will Have Zero Risk!
Listen, I know how amazing acupressure is. And, I know that I do a great job of explaining exactly how you do it yourself, simply and conveniently….almost anywhere.
I am totally confident that you are going to be so thrilled that you decided to join me in using this ancient almost “magical” system. But, just to make sure that you have no reason not to give it a try, I’m going to take all the risk.
I want you to try my Easy Acupressure System for a full 30 days.
If you aren’t getting the intense benefits and relief that I’m promising you, then I want you to return it for a full refund, by just mailing it back to the address on the product…there’s no hassle, no authorizations…no problems period.
I can make this kind of guarantee because I’ve got the goods.
When you unleash the power of these ancient healing methods, you’re life is going to drastically improve. So, I’m not the slightest bit worried about it.
Here’s an Offer You Simply Can’t Refuse!
Although we’ve agreed that feeling great is really priceless, I’ve shown you how if you were to hire someone like me that it would cost you a minimum of a few hundred bucks to learn these potent techniques.
But, by being able to give you all of my secrets on a DVD that you can enjoy in the privacy of your own home, I can offer you a much better price.
My publisher wanted to charge $99.95.
But, I negotiated a much better deal.
Introductory Test Price of Only $29!
Think about it. For less than the cost of a decent dinner for two you can enhance your life so much…feel better than you ever have…in just a few minutes a day without any exercise, drugs or pills of any type.
But, please understand.
I cannot guarantee that this very low introductory test price will remain for long. The publisher definitely wants to raise it up to it’s true market value of at least double the price.
To lock in your low price you should order right now.
And, please do stay in touch with me and let me know how much it helped you. I love to hear about the success stories.
_____Yes, Laura, I want to feel the best I’ve ever felt using these ancient Chinese secrets that will allow me to improve my health without any exercise, drugs or pills. I understand that I will be able to learn how to use your methods in the privacy of my own home and that these techniques are so simple I’ll be able to do them anywhere discreetly. I also understand that I will have no risk because I will have a full 30 day test run with a full money back guarantee.
(1)Zhang, X (2003). "Acupuncture: Review and Analysis of Reports on Controlled Clinical Trials". World Health Organization
(2) T. Tan Leng, Margaret Y. C. Tan, and Ilza Veith, Acupuncture Therapy - Current Chinese Practice (Philadelphia: Temple University, 1973).
(3) Ilza Veith, trans., The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1949). An ancient Chinese medical text.
(4) Dr. Stephen Thomas Chang, The Complete Book of Acupuncture (Berkeley: Celestial Arts, 1976), 14.
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