Cupping is one of the oldest healing traditions worldwide, dating back to 300 BCE. The practice involves placing cups containing reduced air pressure on the skin through either using a heat source or hand-held device.
Benefits of Cupping:
Moxa (艾) is derived from the Mugwort plant (Artemesia). Medical historians believe that the practice of Moxabustion predates acupuncture and originated in China and Japan, eventually spreading to other Asian countries. The practice involves heating a minute amount of dried mugwort cones on designated parts of the body, generally the same as acupuncture points.
Benefits of Moxabustion: