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What is Acupuncture&Moxibution?

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine uses crude drugs to balance and harmonize human Qi(a kind of vital energy), blood(xue), and body fluid(jinye).
  • In acupuncture, Qi(pronounced chee) and blood(xue) are regard as the objects of treatment except for body fluid(jinye).
  • This is the biggest feature of acupuncture, and the reason why it is simpler than the other oriental medicine.
  • The fourteen Meridians are channels that is called the flow of Qi, which are based on the premise flowing through the human body.(Currently these are scientifically unclear)
  • The acupuncture adjust the flow of Qi to the disease status of each patients by the insertion of thin japanese needles.
  • Compared to acupuncture and moxibution, moxa is effective directly to improve blood flow by stimulating moxibustion points of the body.
  • The practitioner who is licensed by japan as Acupuncturist has provide you not only acupuncture treatment but also moxibustion.
  • Disposable needles use: there is no risk of infection and thin acupuncture needles 0.16mm in diameter do not cause pain when putting it into your skin.


   
  • Moxastick use: Indirect moxibution is lower risks of skin burns and promote a amall amount of heat shock protein(HSP) in the human body.

    That's why it induce locally vasodilation response and increase local blood flow.
   
  • Direct moxibustion: After placing a small amount of moxa shaped like sesame on the skin, it is burned completely.

    Currently, direct moxibustion is not performed much.
    Because, it is erased at 70% or 80% of the moxa to avoid undesirable results such as blisters, burns and scars.




Information

We have been providng Japanese style acupuncture in Hino-city, Japan since 2004.

Available in English, but not fluent.

You know, Japan has many earthquakes.

As our facility has earthquake resistance, we can ensure your safety during treatment!