Serpentine Gua Sha Tool
Serpentine Gua Sha Tool
Serpentine Gua Sha Tool
Serpentine Gua Sha Tool
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Serpentine Gua Sha Tool

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The name 'Gua Sha' comes from the chinese word for scraping. In Traditional Chinese Medicine the action of scraping the skin causes light bruising known as 'petechiae' or 'sha' - these appear as red & purple markings or spots on the skin. These markings represent superficial broken capillaries that trigger your body into an immune and anti-inflammatory response to improve circulation.
The practice of Gua Sha is done for improving overall blood flow to the muscles & tissues and addresses stagnant energy, known as 'qi' in the meridians. Gua Sha is performed at a 15-45 degree angle between the stones edge and your skin, in one direction and in even strokes. 

 

Gua sha may be used during conditions of: 

  • Musculoskeletal pain
  • Respiratory Illnessess
  • Coughs 
  • Facial Gua sha 
  • Breast fullness 
  • Migraines 

Potential Benefits from the Serpentine Stone 

  • This is an earthing stone that aids meditation & spiritual exploration, clears the chakras, and helps you feel more in control of your life. It corrects mental and emotional imbalances and assists the conscious direction of healing energy toward problem areas. Serpentine is extremely cleansing and detoxifying for the body & blood. It is said to ensure longevity & excellent for pain relief 

How to care for your stone

After each use rinse with warm water and gentle soap, followed by placing the stone back into its protective sleeve. 

 

 

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please contact your health care provider if you are pregnant, nursing, or trying to get pregnant. Results may vary.