Moxibustion

By: Sung Healing - Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tai Chi & Qi Gong  07-13-2012
Keywords: health, healing, Alternative Medicine

Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese Medicine treatment which uses a herb called Mugwort in the form of a “cigar” to heat up certain points on the body.

This heat is used to dispel cold and damp syndromes in the body assisting in the relief of aches and pains, colds and flu as well as digestion issues.

Keywords: Alternative Medicine, Chinese Medicine, healing, health, Moxibustion, Natural Healing, Relieves backache, stress release,

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