My mother is 79 years old and is recently plagued by leg pain. She has been taking medicines and using plasters but to no avail. 10 days ago I told her to perform moxibustion on the Zusanli point with moxa stick and stop taking medicines. Her pain was gone within a week!
This method is truly amazing. In addition, I am in my 40s and still have acne on my chin and neck. I have been performing moxibustion at the Guanyuan point, and the acne stopped forming within days. This is so cool.
My mother also has skin itching, especially the night after eating meat or fish. May I ask on which acupoints should moxibustion be performed?
She has scar constitution, and is left with scars from an operation. Can moxa sticks be used on her scars?
Hi. Some people often think moxibustion is mysterious, but it is actually pretty simple. As long as you give it a try, you will experience its magical effect.
This is not me bragging, but friends coming to my blog sharing their experiences and bringing us confidence.
Moxibustion is simple because practically everyone could do it, and most cases is performed locally. For example, your mother suffers from the leg pain. The acupoint for moxibustion is the Zusanli point, as well as the affected area. If it wasn’t any of the serious leg diseases, you would see improvements soon.
As far as scar constitution is concerned, not only can moxibustion be performed at area of the scar, but also the scar would gradually decrease.
For the itchiness, the following acupoints could be chosen: Chize, Xuehai, Dazhui, Feishu, Shenque, Guanyuan, and Zusanli.
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