Moxa is an ancient healing method that predates acupuncture, which is 3,000 years old and better known in the West. In Japan, moxa has had a firm place in medicine for thousands of years as being on a par with acupuncture.
Acupuncture is a traditional Asian healing method that involves placing fine needles on specific points on the skin to release blockages in the body’s energy flow and activate its natural self-healing abilities.
Herbal medicine, also called phytotherapy, is an alternative healing method that uses herbal active ingredients to prevent and treat diseases. The effect of herbal medicine is based on the ability of plants to produce biologically active compounds that are able to regulate various biochemical processes in the human body.