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By stimulating the corresponding acupuncture points, which is beneficial for regulating the body’s metabolic capacity and reducing the fat accumulation in the body to achieve weight loss.
In order to better master the moxibustion point chart, we combine the acupoints, acupoint selection methods and symptoms with each other, and take the 35 important moxibustion points on the body for your reference.
The most common type of moxibustion therapy used in the clinic is moxa stick moxibustion, also called suspended moxibustion, which treats the body surface without touching the skin.
The combustion of moxa permits the transmission of heat to the acupoints or other parts of the body that have various pathological changes. It is an external therapy to treat or prevent diseases and promote the health of the body.
There are various types of moxibustion, which can usually be divided into direct and indirect moxibustion.