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Did anyone see the picture I posted on my instagram last week? (@hollyleeverwellness). In the post I promised a blog about moxibustion, and as promised, here it is! Moxa has a very, let’s say, unique scent. When I burn moxa in the office, I typically get a lot of questions about said scent. Not everyone loves the smell, but many of my patients (and I) do love the smell. Moxibustion is a technique that involves lighting the dried herb called “Moxa” (Mugwort or Artemisia Vulgaris) on fire and allowing the embers to burn over an area on the body. This herb is warm, acrid and bitter. These qualities mean that it can aid in promoting blood circulation, and warming areas where there is cold. There are several different forms of moxa, but I typically use only two of them in the clinic.

Read more “Warming, Moving, Pain Relieving Moxibustion”

I’m on my way to CT, which has mostly involved sitting in the Tucson airport for 3 hours so far. So here I am with a new blog post, airport delays are good for something after all! Although people ask me all sorts of questions when it comes to this ancient technique that can be very difficult to understand, there are some key questions that I’m asked almost on a daily basis. Check out the list below for the answers to the 3 most commonly asked questions about acupuncture. Read more “Acupuncture: 3 Most Commonly Asked Questions”

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