The most common question asked is, “Where do I place my 8ight hologram?” And the answer is always, “It depends on the effect you want.”
In Ancient Chinese Medicine of Acupuncture, the number of acupuncture points was established to be the same as the number of days in the year: 365. These points were mapped along 14 major meridian lines, one meridian for each of the 12 inner organs, one meridian along the spine (called the governing vessel), and another along the midline of the abdomen (called the conception vessel). For points not on the central line of the body, each point has a left and right side reflected location.
There are extra meridians, some ancient others modern, that have their own set of points. In addition, there are special points off meridians. Also, there are complete mappings of body structures and functions by points along the outer ears, on the nose, in the scalp, on the hands, on the feet, and at the wrists and ankles.
It can seem confusing, but the good news is that despite the vast number of treatment zones there are the traditionally identified points on the 14 major meridians. Most acupuncturists use a small number of points repeatedly because of their versatility and use for a wide variety of patients and diseases.
It is important to recognize that although a list of disorders and diseases treated by each point can be given, sometimes the points are selected entirely or primarily on the basis of the Chinese theory of balancing the flow of energy in the meridians. Which means that the point might be used for other kinds of disorders, aside from those listed, because of its usefulness in this balancing process.
You will find that in each 8ight product brochure there are placement point recommendations for your 8ight holographic disc based on the effect you want whether it is a good night’s sleep or pain relief. We also show these placement points on this website.
If you are looking for a 100% all natural alternative to using acupuncture needles for pain relief there is a new breakthrough in using holographic technology as a replacement. Check out the research and science sections of this website to learn more.