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a soft, downy material, burned on the skin as a cauterizing agent or counterirritant , esp. in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine.

Moxa is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Moxa books and related discussion.

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Along with acupuncture, moxabustion (moxa) may be used. Heat is introduced into the body by burning the moxa. This may be used to promote the movement of substances in the body as well.
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Mugwort/Moxa: A Eurasian perennial herb that is naturalized in North America and has aromatic leaves used in folk medicine and to flavor beverages.

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Moxa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the oriental medicine moxa, see moxibustion. The municipality of Moxa forms part of the Saale-Orla district in Thuringia, Germany.
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Moxa is obtained from the herbal plant 'Arternisia Vulgaris', also commonly called mugwort.

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