Moxibustion stick, wrapped in paper, for giving longer and deeper local therapeutic penetration by burning over acupuncture needle or point, as used in acupuncture practice in Britain, China, 1988.
A stick of moxibustion herbs wrapped in paper. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, moxibustion treatment gives heat to a point on the body, which makes qi energy flow smoothly. The herbs can be burned on or close to the skin, or on top of acupuncture needles.
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- moxa and moxa and therapeutics (general) therapeutics (general) artemisia vulgaris, moxa and therapeutics (general)
- British Acupunture Asso. & Register Ltd.
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