Reflex Points Charts for Specific Ailments

Reflex Points Charts for Specific Ailments

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Reflexology is the science or method of stimulating reflexes of the foot, hand or ear that correspond to each gland, organ and part of the body.

Stimulation of these reflexes serves to relax and normalize all functions of the body in order to promote a natural balance and revitalization. In ancient times, walking barefoot over rocks and hard ground naturally stimulated these reflexes every day.

By applying pressure on specific areas of the feet or hands, a reflexologist can stimulate corresponding organs or glands.

For instance, pressure is applied to the big toe to affect the pituitary gland and the four other toes are stimulated to affect to the brain, sinuses, eyes and ears.

Because internal organs like the lungs and the kidneys can not be directly massaged, reflexologists believe that the feet, hands, and ears are an appropriate alternative.

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Foot Reflex Points Charts for Specific Ailments

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Hand Reflex Points Charts for Specific Ailments

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Remedy Points for Specific Ailments:

Skin

ACNE:
Liver (3), gallbladder (4), adrenal glands (7), ureters (11), bladder (12), kidneys (9).

ECZEMAl or HERPES ZOSTER:
Parathyroid glands (41), adrenal glands (7), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12).

PSORIASISg or DERMATITISd:
Parathyroid glands (41), adrenal glands (7), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12)

Digestiveh System

ANOREXIAm:
Thyroid glands (41), stomach (5) and duodenum (13), small intestines (14), transverse colon (19), descending colon (21), rectum (68).

FOOD POISONING:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63).

GINGIVITISa:
Upper and lower jaw, gums, teeth (27, 28).

INDIGESTIONi:
Solar Plexus (2).

HALITOSISj:
Stomach (5).

TOOTHACHE:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), small intestines (14), transverse colon (19), descending colon (21), liver (3), pancreas (8), upper and lower jaw, gums, teeth (27, 28).

STOMACH ACHE:
Stomach (5).

ULCER:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13).

FLATULENCEe:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), appendix (15).

DIABETES:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), pancreas (8).

APPENDICITIS:
Appendix (15), lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63).

DIARRHEA, NAUSEA:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), small intestine (14), ascending colon (17), transverse colon (19), descending colon (21), rectum (68), lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63).

CONSTIPATION:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), small intestine (14), ascending colon (17), transverse colon (19), descending colon (21), rectum (68).

HEMORRHOIDSb:
Adrenal glands (7), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12), rectum (68).

HERNIA:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), liver (3), pancreas (8), small intestines (14), ascending colon (17), transverse colon (19), descending colon (21), rectum (68).

Circulatory System

ANEMIAn:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), liver (3), pancreas (8), small intestines (14), ascending colon (17), transverse colon (19), descending colon (21), spleen (6).

HYPERTENSIONc:
Head (31), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12), ear (32, 33).

SWOLLEN LYMPH GLANDS:
Lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63).

HEART PROBLEMS:
Heart (44), stomach (5) and duodenum (13), small intestine (14), ascending colon (17).

IRON DEFICIENCY:
Spleen (6).

BLOOD CIRCULATION PROBLEMS:
Parathyroid glands (41), adrenal glands (7), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12), heart (44).

Nervous System

ANXIETY:
Head (31), adrenal glands (7), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12), duodenum (13), small intestines (14), transverse colon (19), descending colon (21), rectum (68).

EPILEPSYk:
Head (31), lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63).

MIGRAINE:
Head (31), frontal and temporal areas (32, 33, 34).

INSOMNIAo:
Head (31), liver (3).

BACKACHE:
Hip and lower back (23, 24).

NECK PAIN:
Neck (40, 41), cervical spine (38), sacral (24)

Immune System

ALLERGY:
Parathyroid glands (41), adrenal glands (7), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12).

HAY FEVER:
Nose (front and temporal region) (64), lungs and bronchi (42, 43), parathyroid glands (41), adrenal glands (7), ureters (11), kidneys (9), bladder (12).

TUMOR (CANCER):
Spleen (6), lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63), tonsil (41) (also reflex areas relating to the cancerous regions).

INFLAMMATION:
Parathyroid glands (41), lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63) (also reflex areas relating to the inflamed regions).

Respiratory System

SORE THROAT:
Lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63), tonsils (41), thyroid area (41, 42).

DRY NOSE:
Nose (front and temporal region) (64), parathyroid glands (41).

ASTHMAp:
Parathyroid glands (41), lungs and bronchi (42, 43), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12), lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63).

BRONCHITISf:
Parathyroid glands (41), lungs and bronchi (42, 43), adrenal glands (7), lymph glands (37, 41, 59, 63).

RESPIRATORY DISEASE:
Head (31), nose (front and temporal region) (64), lungs and bronchi (42, 43), heart (44).

Joints

PAIN IN THE HIP JOINT:
Adrenal glands (7), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12), neck (37, 40, 41), hip (38).

INFLAMMATION OF THE HIP JOINT:
Stomach (5) and duodenum (13), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12), hip (23, 24), waist (10).

PARKINSON’S DISEASE:
Head (31), neck (37, 40, 41), parathyroid glands (41), adrenal glands (7), stomach (5) and duodenum (13), pancreas (8), liver (3), small intestines (14), colon areas (17, 19, 21, 22), kidneys (9), ureters (11), bladder (12), rectum (68).

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aGingivitisInflammation of the gums. (Oils: geranium, mountain savory, myrrh, sage, tea tree)
bHemorrhoidsA swollen vein or group of veins in the region of the anus. (Oils: mullein, myrrh, myrtle, naouli, patchouli, peppermint, rue, yarrow, cypress, fleabane, geranium)
Synonyms:
Hemorrhoid
cHypertensorRaises blood pressure (Hypertension is abnormally high blood pressure). (Oils: birch, clove, goldenrod, helichrysum, hyssop, lemon myrtle, melissa, rosemary, spearmint, wintergreen, yarrow, ylang ylang)
Synonyms:
Hypertensive, Hypertension
dDermatitis
A condition of the skin in which it becomes red, swollen, and sore, sometimes with small blisters, resulting from direct irritation of the skin by an
A condition of the skin in which it becomes red, swollen, and sore, sometimes with small blisters, resulting from direct irritation of the skin by an external agent or an allergic reaction to it. (Oils: geranium, gurjum balsam, helichrysum, hyssop, juniper, lavender, palmarosa, patchouli, peppermint, rosemary, sage, spearmint, spruce, star anise, tagetes, thyme, violet leaf, blue tansy, carrot seed, clove, coriander, fleabane)
eFlatulence
The accumulation of gas in the alimentary canal (the whole passage along which food passes through the body from mouth to anus. It includes the
The accumulation of gas in the alimentary canal (the whole passage along which food passes through the body from mouth to anus. It includes the esophagus, stomach, and intestines). (Oils: allspice, anise, basil, bay laurel, caraway, cardamom, cassia, coriander, cumin, dill, hyssop, lavender, ledum, marjoram, melissa, myrrh, nutmeg, parsley, peppermint, rosemary, spearmint, tangerine, tarragon, yarrow)
fBronchitisInflammation of the mucous membrane in the bronchial tubes. It typically causes bronchospasm and coughing. (Oils: lavender, ledum, lemon, lime, marjoram, may chang, melissa, mugwort, mullein, myrrh, myrtle, naouli, oregano, pennyroyal, peppermint, peru balsam, ravensara, rose, rosemary, sage, sandalwood, saro, spearmint, spruce, tea tree, thyme, tsuga, violet leaf, anise, basil, benzoin, bergamot, cajeput, calamus, camphor, caraway, carrot seed, cedarwood, clary sage, clove, cypress, elemi, fir needle, frankincense, galbanum, helichrysum, hyssop)
gPsoriasisA chronic skin disease characterized by red patches and silver scaling. (Oils: benzoin, bergamot, cajeput, carrot seed, coriander, cedarwood, geranium, helichrysum, juniper, lavender, mugwort, myrtle, peppermint, spruce, thyme)
hDigestiveSubstance which aids in the digestion of food. (Oils: basil, bay, bergamot, black pepper, fennel, frankincense, peppermint, rosemary)
Synonyms:
Digestant
iDyspepsiaIndigestion. (Oils: allspice, angelica, bergamot, black pepper, cardamom, cassia, cumin, galbanum, lavender, lemongrass, others)
Synonyms:
Indigestion
jHalitosisTechnical term for bad breath. (Oils: lavender, nutmeg, peppermint, bergamot, cardamom, clove)
kEpilepsy
A neurological disorder marked by sudden recurrent episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness, or convulsions, associated with abnormal
A neurological disorder marked by sudden recurrent episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness, or convulsions, associated with abnormal electrical activity in the brain. (Oils: camphor, mugwort)
lEczema
A medical condition in which patches of skin become rough and inflamed, with blisters that cause itching and bleeding, sometimes resulting from a
A medical condition in which patches of skin become rough and inflamed, with blisters that cause itching and bleeding, sometimes resulting from a reaction to irritation (eczematous dermatitis) but more typically having no obvious external cause. (Oils: geranium, gurjum balsam, helichrysum, jasmine, juniper)
mAnorexiaAn emotional disorder characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat. (Oils: palmarosa, tarragon, thyme, carrot seed)
nAnemiaA condition marked by a deficiency of red blood cells or of hemoglobin in the blood, resulting in pallor and weariness. (Oil: lemon)
oInsomniaHabitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep. (Oils: ylang ylang, bergamot, catnip, german chamomile, roman chamomile, cistus, clary sage, cypress, geranium, holy basil, lavender, ledum, linden blossom, mandarin, marjoram, may chang, melissa, myrtle, neroli, petitgrain, ravensara, spikenard, swamp paperbark, tangerine, thyme, valerian)
pAsthma
A respiratory condition marked by spasms in the bronchi of the lungs, causing difficulty in breathing. It usually results from an allergic reaction
A respiratory condition marked by spasms in the bronchi of the lungs, causing difficulty in breathing. It usually results from an allergic reaction or other forms of hypersensitivity. (Oils: lavender, lemon, lime, marjoram, may chang, melissa, mullein, myrrh, myrtle, naouli, oakmoss, oregano, pennyroyal, peppermint, pine, ravensara, rose, rosemary, sage, sandalwood, saro, spearmint, spruce, tea tree, thyme, tsuga, white fir, basil, benzoin, blue cypress, cajeput, calamus, camphor, caraway, clary sage, frankincense, galbanum, goldenrod, helichrysum, hyssop)

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