That's the Spot
How can the power of ancient Eastern medicine be harnessed in a small green clip? Hint: It's not magic. Based on Daoists' accupressure traditions, this palm-sized clip gently squeezes the muscle between your thumb and forefinger (a common pressure point) to help relieve day (and sleep) ruiners like headaches, back pain, nausea, and neck kinks. Unlike acupuncture, it can start to alleviate pain instantly rather than after hours on a masseuse table. Who knows, it could even replace that headache with zen contemplations. Made in California.
- Pregnant women should never wear Aculief. Acupressure to the LI4 has been known to cause contractions and potentially pre-mature labor.