Ear Seed Placement Chart For Menopause Weight Loss

Are you struggling with weight gain due to menopause? A reader recently wrote to us with a question about how to use ear seeds for weight loss and liver detoxification. If you’re experiencing similar issues, this placement chart may be able to help.

Based on what the reader described, we’ve prepared a placement chart that targets menopause symptoms and includes points that can help with weight loss and liver detoxification.

The chart includes the “stomach” point, which helps increase secretion of stomach acid and can aid in weight loss. We also suggest massaging the four points (highlighted) half an hour before meals to regulate your appetite and improve digestion.

If you find that there are too many points to handle, we recommend starting with the four highlighted points: sympathetic nerve, stomach, Shen Men, and Endocrine. These points can be especially helpful for menopause-related weight loss and liver detoxification.

If you’re unsure about the placement of the ear seeds, feel free to send us pictures of your ear and we’ll be happy to help. With the right placement, ear seeds may be able to help you manage your weight gain due to menopause and feel better overall.

If you’re keen on exploring more about the specific points and their benefits, don’t miss our detailed ear seeds chart for weight loss which provides a comprehensive guide on the topic.


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Author: P. Sze

P. Sze P. Sze is the founder of TCM Tips and Dragon Acupuncture®. She graduated from the National University of Singapore with a first-class honor in Civil Engineering. S he also holds a master’s degree in Engineering and is the brain behind the innovative TCM products of Dragon Acupuncture®. She is the author of The Beginner's Guide to Auricular Therapy: Application of Ear Seeds (ISBN 978-1520451398) and Facial Gua Sha - Fight the Signs of Aging Naturally and Inexpensively (ISBN 978-1980678922). She has dedicated her life to ensuring that the complex theories behind oriental medicine and the seemingly dangerous techniques that involve needles and fire do not scare you from trying oriental medicine. This is why she writes endlessly about acupressure and its countless health and wellness benefits.

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