Bian stones formed about 65 million years ago when a meteorite collided with Earth in Shandong, China. Setting the example for acupuncture, these “needle stones” were heated to treat neck and back pain (like acupuncture needles).
Studies have shown that Bian can help stimulate blood circulation, relax muscles and joints, and aid anti-oxidation in our cells. We warm and apply Bian stone for its abilities both to store heat and to release trace minerals beneficial to the body.
The Bian Gua Sha Massage Sticks can be rolled over acupressure points and tense muscles for instant relief of tension. Or alternatively held like a ‘pen’ using the either end to press gently on acupressure point to stimulate Chi and relieve tension
1. First warm sticks in a bowl of warm water. Then cleanse face and apply Face Oil for lubrication.
2. Hold a rod in each hand and roll over forehead, under eye and across jawline. For lymphatic drainage from behind the ear, down the side of of the neck and shoulder to the collar bone.
3. You can roll the warm Acu-Chi Sticks over acupressure point and releasing tension of muscles and tendons all over the body. Used the ends to press down on points to stimulate the flow of Chi.