Acupuncture is designed to relieve inner pain, increase energy and also improve the flow and function of the entire body muscle. The gripping muscle will be pierced with a very fine special needle. The purpose is to ‘relax’ and restore the muscles to their original state.

These fine needles are carefully sewn and arranged according to the point of the nervous system of the human body. Typically, about 1 to 20 needle sticks are used. The main purpose of acupuncture treatment is to promote heat circulation and to balance the energy (Qi) in the body.

Acupuncture needles will be injected into the patient’s skin when the relevant acupuncture points are detected and left for a few minutes. After that, the needle will rotate by using the tip of the finger. It is intended to stimulate the acupuncture point on the skin. In addition, they will stimulate acupuncture points using electricity.

The patient will not feel pain during the acupuncture treatment. This is because the needle is very sharp and only a few millimeters is inserted into the patient’s skin. For patients with chronic illnesses treatment is taken once or twice a week. On the other hand, more frequent treatment is given for diseases that are quite critical.

In conclusion, acupuncture treatment is still poorly received, although the effectiveness of this method has been proven by several studies.However, these methods are becoming more popular as technology advances in modern medicine. This is because acupuncture treatment can actually cure a variety of diseases that cannot be treated with modern methods.

Kuala Lumpur Chinese Master indicates that the ingredients are a “family heritage” which was inherited from his father and later refined by him.

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