Cardboard pack containing one smokeless moxa roll

Made:
1988 in Europe
maker:
Unknown

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Cardboard pack containing one smokeless moxa roll, applied by burning over acupuncture needle or point to give local therapeutic penetration, for patients who find the odour of oridinary moxa unpleasent, as used in acupuncture practice in Britain, unsigned, Chinese, 1988.

Details

Category:
Therapeutics
Object Number:
1988-1428
Materials:
cardboard and incomplete
Measurements:
packet: 76 mm x 122 mm x 16 mm,
moxa roll: 117 mm 20 mm,
type:
moxa and therapeutics (general) artemisia vulgaris, moxa and therapeutics (general)
taxonomy:
  • drug
credit:
British Acupunture Asso. & Register Ltd.

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