Hi Forumfolk :),
I am looking for information on the Traditional Korean Moxa cautery referred to in this post:
Can anyone direct me to the source of the equipment this poster used?
There are 3 links within the post, but wildly enough, none of them seem to have the equipment the above poster used and describes..
If anyone can assist or knows more about this, please post..
Good Health to All of Us,
PS: Apparently there is marking cautery and non-marking cautery (Non-marking leaves no burn marks). Iris in her post above says she used the non-marking kind, which is also what I am looking for. However, if marking is all I can get, I'll go for it still. Any info anyone has will help. Thanks..L