Includes 5 Acupressure-sticks™ with pure essential oils that activate acupressure points that promote relief for head Aching. Here is a link to detailed directions and videos on applying acupressure effectively for different types of head discomfort such as sharp, dull, one sided.
Note: The cost of the kits is simply the cost of the 5 acupressure sticks. We provide free information on using the acupressure sticks here. Each of our acupressure kits may contains the same 5 acupressure sticks. These make thoughtful gifts, but know that we provide the directions for each kit on this website on the related ailments pages (linked at the top of every page on our website) at no cost, so there is no need to purchase multiple kits if you have purchased a kit or the individual acupressure sticks.
- Acupressure Directions, locations of points, and indications for using pressure points
- Essential Oils Used on Acupressure Points
- How Chinese Medicine Addresses Head Aching
Cautions: Do not use acupressure as self-care when pregnant without the guidance of a licensed acupuncturist. Always discuss new treatment modalities with your local health care professional. Oils may stain fabrics. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Avoid contact with eyes.
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