The usefulness of liquid acupuncture

Liquid herbal therapy by acupuncture is a brand new treatment method that is gaining more ground in many places from all over the world. As part of this method, special dyes and treatment methods are used by therapists. By ingestion, plant-based remedies act on energy points (meridians) in the body the same as those used in classical acupuncture. The only difference is that unlocking an energy center is made with hydro-alcoholic extracts (tinctures), which helps cure diseases that occur because of power imbalances in the body even more. The Liquid acupuncture acts on multiple organs or body functions at a time, which is why so many patients prefer it instead of the regular intervention.

The vital energy in the human body flows through feeds and sustains energy routes as sources of vitality. Activation of energy meridians through acupuncture alleviates and cures various diseases that may occur due to energy imbalances of one of the 12 main meridians. For example, the tincture used for the bladder meridian is effective in sciatica, cystitis and urethritis. Problems such as high blood pressure and other similar symptoms could also be treated by acupuncture therapists. The liquid dyes used in acupuncture are recommended for most energy bodies. Here are some of the most important tinctures used by therapists nowadays:

  • Liquid acupuncture for curing heart diseases;
  • Curing heart palpitations, tachycardia, ischemic heart disease, acute headaches and vomiting;
  • Tincture for stomach is recommended as an adjunct in gastritis, lack of appetite, vomiting and autonomic dystonia;
  • Tincture for pericardium (heart lining) is an aid to depression, insomnia, anxiety, hypertension, nervous and stress overload;
  • Tincture for the large intestine is adjuvant in constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, hemorrhoids, colitis and intestinal parasites;
  • Tincture for kidney helps healing kidney stones, nephritis, edema, frigidity, impotence and menstrual cycle disorders;
  • Tincture for the small intestine is an adjunct in enterocolitis, duodenitis, abdominal pain, intestinal parasites and flatulence;
  • Lung tincture is indicated as an adjunct in tonsillitis, tracheitis, asthma, bronchitis, cough and silicosis.

Finally, as a word of caution, these remedies should not be used in children under 3 years, while those aged between 3 and 6 years should receive treatment with tincture diluted with water. Also, adults aged over 65 years require very dilute doses. At the same time, acupuncture liquids are contraindicated for people with serious liver disease, so make sure you take this aspect into account as well.