Moxa Stick Mini 20 pcs FOR Moxibustion/ SUJOK
Moxa Sticks mini or say Moxibustion helps prevent diseases and maintain good health naturally as part of detoxification treatments to help strengthen the organs and immune system. It warms the meridians and expels cold. It can be used to promote circulation over areas of chronic pain or muscle tension. This is based on the theory of acupressure meridians developed by the Chinese acupressure system.
- Moxa sticks- 20 pcs.
- Light the moxa stick and peel the sticker present at the bottom, stick it on the acupuncture part
- It is held onto the skin until the area turns red
- Helps in pain, stress, menstrual pains
- Easy acupuncture at home
Moxa is made with the herb called mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris,) an invasive weed, which grows in many climates, including Western North Carolina. Mugwort has a long history of use in folk medicine. It is believed that the Romans planted mugwort by roadsides to make it available to travelers to put in their shoes to relieve aching feet and protect them from exhaustion. Maybe this is because of its ability to enhance the movement of qi and blood.<>
What is moxibustion used for?
Moxibustion can be used to prevent diseases and maintain health as part of tonification treatments to help strengthen the organs and immune system. It warms the meridians and expels cold. It can be used to promote circulation over areas of chronic pain or muscle tension. It is especially used for pain that is worse with exposure to cold or damp weather, as with some types of arthritis pain. When applied to acupuncture points that strengthen and lift the qi, moxibustion can boost the immune system and help with fatigue, digestive issues, and much more.
Moxibustion can be applied directly or indirectly.
In direct moxibustion, the moxa cone rests on your body at the treatment point. The practitioner lights the cone and lets it burn slowly until your skin begins to turn red. Once you begin to feel heat, the practitioner removes it. Indirect moxibustion is more commonly practiced. It’s also a safer option, since the burning moxa doesn’t actually touch your skin. Instead, the practitioner will hold it about an inch from your body. They’ll remove it once your skin becomes red and warm.