Acne is a common skin problem affecting a large number of people. Though conventional medicines are used for the treatment of this skin condition, it is not always useful in curing the root cause. In most of the cases, it offers a temporary relief and recurs after a short span of time. That is why; many people are now looking for natural remedies to heal acne. Whatever be the choice of treatment, it is important to diagnose the cause in the right way.

A reputed healer from Russia in a report mentioned some diagnosis of acne depending on the place of occurrence. The diagnosis is simple. All you need to check your face on a mirror and find whether you have acne. Now, locate the position of your acne to know what it signifies about your health. It may sound interesting that the position of acne may reveal your health conditions.

Check the numbers below with the diagram of face given, and you can easily understand the causing factor.

  1. Rectum;
  2. Sigmoid colon;
  3. Liver;
  4. Intestines;
  5. Lower section of colon
  6. Left side of adrenal gland;
  7. Pelvic left kidney;
  8. The upper side of your left kidney;
  9. Left lobe of your liver;
  10. The gallbladder (corpus vesicae felleae);
  11. Left side of cross-colon;
  12. Pancreas;
  13. Hepatic and bile ducts
  14. Left kidney;
  15. Heart pathology;
  16. Urethra of left kidney;
  17. Left lobe of liver;
  18. Left milk (lactiferous) gland;
  19. Left lung;
  20. Cardiac disorders;
  21. Bronchi in left lung;
  22. Diaphragm, rib layer;
  23. Lesser curvature;
  24. Duodenum;
  25. Left adrenal gland;
  26. Left inguinal crease;
  27. For men it is left testicle and for women it is left ovary
  28. Left milk of lactiferous gland;
  29. Sacroiliac joint;
  30. Left kidney;
  31. Big curvature of your stomach;
  32. For men it is prostate’s left lobe in testis while for women it is uterus’ left pendant with the ovaries;
  33. Bladder;
  34. Pelvic left kidney;
  35. Pancreas;
  36. Left lobe of the thyroid;
  37. Left urethra;
  38. Pyloric part of the stomach;
  39. Uterus, perineum, lobes of the prostate;
  40. Right milk or lactiferous gland;
  41. Pyloric part of your stomach;
  42. Right urethra;
  43. Gall bladder;
  44. The right lobe of thyroid;
  45. The pelvis of the kidney;
  46. For men it is prostate’s right lobe in testis while for women it is uterus’ right pendant with the ovaries;
  47. A small curvature of the stomach;
  48. Right kidney;
  49. For men it is right testicle and for women it is right ovary
  50. Iliac lymph system;
  51. Right adrenal gland;
  52. Intestines;
  53. Big curvature of your stomach;
  54. Hormonal system;
  55. Signs of scleroderma;
  56. Intestines;
  57. Saber cartilage;
  58. A small curvature of your stomach;
  59. Big curvature of your stomach;
  60. Right urethra;
  61. Bronchi in right lung;
  62. Right milk (lactiferous) gland;
  63. The right lobe of the liver;
  64. Right urethra;
  65. The right lung;
  66. Right kidney;
  67. Indicates stagnation in your kidneys, kidney sand, kidney stones;
  68. The right section of the cross-colon;
  69. Infection of your kidney;
  70. Right kidney;
  71. Gallbladder body with excretory ducts;
  72. The right lobe of your liver;
  73. The pelvis of your kidney;
  74. Right adrenal gland;
  75. Colon’s growing part (the ileocecal angle);
  76. The transverse colon;
  77. Appendix;
  78. Stomach;
  79. Bladder;
  80. Genitals.

Source: Healthy Food Team