San Fu Moxa Now in Care Cure Clinics - Amazing Treatment for Hayfever - Asthma - Respiratory Disease

Tired of the Annoying and Irritating Symptoms of Hay Fever and Respiratory Disease?

If you answered yes to this question then Care Cure Acupuncture has the answer in the form of an Amazing New Treatment straight from China San Fu Moxibustion 



San Fu Moxibusion is a summer treatment plan being rolled out in Care Cure Acupuncture Clinics in Galway, Loughrea, Tuam, Dun Laoghaire and Longford. It is used to combat conditions of respiratory disease such as Lung Ailments, Asthma, & Hay Fever. The success rate is an amazing 90% and the Treatment is so popular and famed in China that Traditional Chinese hospitals have been known to have queues out the doors on these chosen dates, with patients waiting for hours to avail of the treatment.

San Fu Moxibustion is a successfully acclaimed practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is administered on the first day of each Fu (Summer) period. Research studies have shown that for full effectiveness and relief from symptoms patients must stick as close to the dates as possible. Start dates for 2015 are 13th July.

The treatment involves mixing a specially chosen herbal formula into a medicinal paste, which is then taped to points mostly located either on the patient’s back or lower legs. The patient then returns every 10 days to have the paste taped to the same points.

But why not call 091-539996 and book a FREE CONSULTATION.

Care Cure Acupuncture Clinic is located on St. Augustine Street, Galway and Shop Street, Loughrea. Please Call 091-539996 to make an appointment or for further information. Find out more about Care Cure Acupuncture clinics by visiting our website on www.carecure.ie

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  1. I swear by acupuncture because of people at acupuncture meadowvale. I had a fear of needle but these people made sure that my experience is not traumatic. I don't even feel the needles anymore because they are so good.

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