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What Are Your Meridians?

Your Frequency Wristband has 480 frequency patterns within the Natural Frequency Formula® which are sent to you 96 times every day, and are specifically designed to balance your energy and Get Your Boom! Back.

I didn't used to believe in chakras, meridians and that kind of thing ... then when I was still a teenager, my Father - a conservative, sceptical, practical, hardworking - and tall - farmer, received acupuncture for his recurring bad back. And it worked. My Dad was a believer. Nowadays, of course, almost everyone understands that acupuncture works... but did you know it works through the body's meridians? Your Natural Frequency Formula® uses some similar principles.

What are meridians?

The twelve meridians of the body affect all major systems including: immune, nervous, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, skeletal, muscular and the lymphatic system. When a meridian’s energy is obstructed or unregulated, disease can be the result.

The major meridians in the body:





Large intestine



Pericardium (circulation/sex)

Small intestine



Triple Warmer

These major meridians nourish the relevant organ and the other organs around them, fueling and feeding them with energy. Each meridian plays a specific and integral role in their organ's health. Too little and too much meridian energy are both problematic and can cause damage to that organ system.

As explained by Kirsten Nagy in Mind/Body, there are certain places along the meridians where energy pools, making the chi, qi or prana more accessible there than elsewhere. These “energy hotspots” are sometimes referred to as acupuncture points and at these specific points energy can be manipulated – either increasing or decreasing the flow. Acupuncture and acupressure techniques are used to relieve energetic imbalances in the meridians; the ancient Chinese practice of Qi Gong is often employed as well.

Acupuncture and acupressure both use the same meridians and points in their healing, the difference is that acupuncture uses needles while acupressure uses both soft and firm touches on the points to generate the flow of energy. Qi Gong is different: although it's also a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine, qi gong uses breathwork, gentle movement and meditation to cleanse and strengthen the meridians and the energy running through them.

All three techniques of cleansing and balancing the energy flow through the meridians are forms of preventative medicine. This does not mean acupuncture, acupressure and qi gong cannot be used as treatments, in fact this is quite the contrary. These are the traditional techniques used in Chinese Medicine to cure people suffering from all types of diseases and many westerners have begun turning to these treatments as well.

This is Eastern medicine. Medicine that has been around for thousands of years. Western medicine, surgery and antibiotics also save millions of lives. 

Your Frequency Wristbands are designed to can help you discover improved wellness in harmony with all aspects of your life.

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