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It involves the insertion of very fine sterilized needles, disposable and never re-used, into the body surface at strategic points. The practitioners will leave the needles in place for about twenty to thirty minutes. The use of needles is virtually painless.



The application of mild heat to the body, again at particular points, with glowing Moxa wool (a finely chopped herb-Folium Artemisia), entirely painless.



(Chinese Medical Massage-"Tui Na")
It differs from western massage in that finger and palm pressure is applied using a wide range of techniques. It stimulates Qi mobilization to region Yin-Yang balance in certain parts of the body.



A therapy in which a jar is placed on the skin surface to cause local congestion, through the remotes the free flow of Qi and blood in the channels.



Chinese herbs are an integral part of TCM. They are specially formulated in China and include Flowers, leaf stalks, seeds and roots. Each herb is used for specific purposes and perform particular functions.
The TCM practitioners prescribe combinations of herbs (carefully selecting up to 15 from a total of 300) specifically suited to treat you and your condition. Each prescription is therefore tailor-made. The herbs are cooked and drunk as a decoction (Tea) or taken in tablet form, to get to the root of the problem.
You start by taking the medicine every day. As treatment continues, our practitioners closely monitor your progress through regular consultations, altering the prescriptions and reducing the doses accordingly. Since all patients and conditions are different, treatment can vary from a few weeks to several months. After a period of treatment you are able to stop taking the medicine.

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OTOSAN cones for ear care are made of natural fabric and bees-wax. It helps to revitalize the acupuncture points, stimulating the blood circulation to free up clogged pores. Ear candles are a delicate and non-invasive method for resolving problems of ear hygiene safely and naturally.

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