When the modern era came it changed many things, and one of them is the approach to human’s body and health. So, we are no longer able to notice the early signs of a certain disease anymore.
The only thing we can now is visit our doctor, do the lab test and wait for the diagnosis. But, since ancient times Ayurvedic medicine nurtured a holistic approach to body and health.
According to the Ayurvedic medicine, our body is a complete system that has many different methods to warn and defend us from different diseases, especially severe ones that occur when we ignore all previous warnings.
Every single human being has the ability to come to some conclusions by listening to their bodies. Simple examples are, when we can notice the smell of gases, urine, sweat and faeces we release and which leads us to the conclusion that our body is overloaded with toxins.
These natural things can be felt and sensed by every human being.
In order for us to start with the application, there are alternative methods of treatment and diagnosis that do not require much knowledge. Su Jok (Su Jok – Korean: fist, foot) acupressure is one of them.
Similar to Ayurvedic medicine or traditional Chinese acupuncture, this method is based on learning about the meridians of energy, connected with our bodies.