Welcome to our dedicated hub for all your Traditional Chinese Medicine and physiotherapy needs as it pertains to acupuncture! We are thrilled to announce the arrival of a diverse range of high-quality products at our store, conveniently located at 1976 Oak Bay Ave. Explore our selection of Dong Bang needles, available in various sizes to cater to your specific requirements. Immerse yourself in the therapeutic benefits of moxibustion with our premium moxa products. Additionally, we offer press needles and magnet therapy tools, providing you with a comprehensive array of options to enhance your TCM or physiotherapy practice. For an in-depth experience, visit us in-store and discover the perfect tools to elevate your holistic approach to health and wellness.
Dong Bang Needles
Stress Free Needles w/ Spring Handle and Sterilized by Gamma-Ray
Cost – $59.95
Sizes available –
- 0.30 x 60
- 0.25 x 40
- 0.25 x 30
- o.20 x 30
- 0.20 x 15
- 0.16 x 15
Press needles, or intradermal needles, are specialized in acupuncture, offering unique benefits. Smaller than traditional needles, they’re applied superficially to specific points, providing a non-invasive option for those wary of needles. Left in place for extended periods, they offer continuous stimulation, enhancing therapeutic effects. Their discreet and comfortable nature makes them ideal for conditions like anxiety and pain management, providing a subtle yet effective approach to acupuncture therapy.
Moxa, derived from dried mugwort leaves, is a vital component in acupuncture with unique therapeutic benefits. When ignited, moxa produces heat, promoting circulation, balancing Qi and blood flow. Moxibustion, the use of moxa, is particularly effective for conditions linked to cold and dampness, like arthritis and menstrual disorders. The warming effect enhances immune function, alleviates pain, and offers a gentle alternative for those sensitive to acupuncture needles. In acupuncture practice, moxa’s inclusion expands the therapeutic spectrum, providing a versatile and effective approach to holistic healing.
Cupping, a therapeutic technique in acupuncture, involves applying cups to the skin to create a vacuum, promoting increased blood flow, reduced muscle tension, and stimulating natural healing processes. Its manifold benefits include pain relief, particularly in areas with muscle tightness, improved circulation, and enhanced Qi flow. Cupping is recognized for releasing toxins and stagnant energy, aiding conditions like respiratory issues and chronic pain. The temporary marks, or cupping marks, left on the skin can offer valuable diagnostic insights to acupuncturists. In summary, cupping is a valuable and versatile addition to acupuncture, contributing to a holistic approach to health and well-being.