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Smoking Tobacco, Acupuncture Therapy

By: Joe Hing Kwok Chu

1. Body acupuncture:

ying xiang (LI 20), he gu (LI 4), zu san li (S 36), tai chong (Liv 3)

and bai hui (Du 20).

Use the filiform needles with even (ping) bu and even (ping)

 xie method, applying a moderate to strong stimulation and

retain the needles for 20 minutes.

2. Ear acupuncture

Pt.shen men,Pt. stomach, Pt. liver,Pt.lung, Pt.mouth,Pt.hunger, Pt. sympathetic

nerve and Pt.subcortex.

Select 3 to 5 points for each treatment using the filiform needles

with strong stimulation and retain the needles for 20 minutes.

Auricular seed pressing therapy can also be used. Apply

treatment every 3 to 5 days.

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