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As part of our goal to provide you with premium nutraceuticals for less, Ideal Vitamins carries more than online supplements. Millennia Acupuncture products are just one example of the alternative treatment options we carry, specifically items used in Gua Sha medicine. Gua Sha is a Traditional East Asian technique that acupuncturists and some massage therapists use to treat a number of health issues such as inflammation, the immune system, headaches including migraines, neck, shoulder, and back pain, asthma, influenza, and even hepatitis, according to Pacific College.

 Though acupuncturists often use Gua Sha therapy on patients, it is not a treatment that involves needles. Instead, the area of the body to be treated is lubricated with a special oil. Then an instrument with smooth edges is scraped along that part of the body in short, firm strokes to stimulate blood flow and release toxins. It is common for bruising to occur, and it is believed that the intensity of the bruising is an indication of the level of toxicity in that area of the body.

 You can perform Gua Sha on yourself, on areas such as your arms, legs, neck, shoulders, abdomen, and chest, and Ideal Vitamins has the supplies to help you do it. First, we carry Millennia Acupuncture's GuaShaYou protective and healing oil to lubricate and improve blood circulation. We also have the brand's professional Gua Sha tool for effective scraping.

 Whether you are familiar with the technique or just giving it a try, get your Gua Sha supplies when you buy vitamins online at Ideal Vitamins.

As part of our goal to provide you with premium nutraceuticals for less, Ideal Vitamins carries more than online supplements. Millennia Acupuncture products are just one example of the alternative treatment options we carry, specifically items used in Gua Sha medicine. Gua Sha is a Traditional East Asian technique that acupuncturists and some massage therapists use to treat a number of health issues such as inflammation, the immune system, headaches including migraines, neck, shoulder, and back pain, asthma, influenza, and even hepatitis, according to Pacific College.  Though acupuncturists often use Gua Sha therapy on patients, it is not a treatment... Read More
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