Liquid Moxa warms the channels, frees the network vessels, and stops pain by moving the qi and quickening the blood. Instructions: Apply to the affected area or acupuncture points chosen for stimulation similar to regular moxibustion. For best results, use in con-junction with a TDP or heat lamp or hair-dryer. Because people’s skin reacts differently, begin by applying to a small test area before applying to larger areas. For external use only. Wash your hands after applying. Do not take internally. Keep out of children's reach.
Called “herbal application moxa” and “cold moxa” in Chinese, the application of stimulating medicinals to the skin has long been a traditional “non-mugwort moxa method” in Chinese medicine. Blue Poppy Liquid Moxa is the perfect solution if you cannot or do not want to burn mugwort in your practice.
*Ai Ye (Folium Artemisiae Argyii) is acrid and warm, enters and frees the flow of all the channels and network vessels, scatters cold, eliminates dampness
*Chuan Jiao/Hua Jiao (Pericarpium Zanthoxyli) is also acrid and warm. They are powerfully aromatic and penetrating
*Gui Zhi (Cortex Cinnamomi) and La Jiao (Fructus Piperis Capsici) are acrid and hot, warm the channels and vessels, and stop discomfort.
*Bai Jie Zi (Semen Sinapis) is acrid and warm, moves yang and scatters cold.
*Sheng Jiang (uncooked Rhizoma Zingiberis) is acrid and warm, moves the qi and transforms dampness
To Use: Apply to the affected area or acupuncture points chosen for stimulation similar to regular moxibustion. For best results, use in conjunction with a TDP or regular heat lamp, hair-dryer, or some other external heat source. Avoid contact with eyes and genitals
Ingredients: Isopropyl Alcohol, Folium Artemisiae Argyii, Herba Asari Cum Radice, Ramulus Cinnamomi Cassiae, Fructus Zanthoxyli Bungeani, Fructus Capsici Frutescentis.