The self adhesive Acupressure Patch features a small acupressure bead that can be placed on pressure points on the body. Pressure points are regularly used in the related therapies of acupressure and acupuncture. The acupressure bead is small and perfect for use in the system of Auricular Acupressure, where the Acupressure Patch is placed discreetly on the ear.
The self-adhesiveAcupressure Patch can be worn discreetly on any pressure point, often on or behind the ear. Auricular (or ear) Acupuncture is a complementary therapy where acupressure points on the outer ear are manipulated in the traditional belief system that results in an effect upon other parts of the body. There are over 200 acupressure points on the ear, each point named after an area of our anatomy.
The practice of acupressure works by applying pressure on specific pressure points. The Acupressure Patch can be applied to the skin for an extended period.
Far Eastern cultures have employed Acupuncture and Acupressure as traditional therapies for centuries centuries, and now Western cultures are now becoming increasingly familiar with this ancient art.
Ensure skin is clean, dry and free of hair. Apply one Acupressure Patch on the auricular pressure point. Once correct point has been located, press firmly with finger to confirm. Replace with a new Acupressure Patch every 2-3 days and apply patch as appropriate. Apply one patch at a time for the treatment period. For external use only.
Acupressure Patch Specifications
N/A – uses traditional practice of Acupressure, where pressure point locations are believed to relate to various health benefits.
Each patch is supplied with batch code, expiry date and Certificate of Analysis documentation.