Acupuncture DIY Crystals activate faster when you add distilled, filtered or spring water on the unbranded smooth surface. Try it out before you apply to your skin.
For additional information, please check out the FAQ page
Wash hands thoroughly before and after each acupuncture DIY session.
Each session should be 15 to 30 minutes in duration. Avoid over-stimulation.
DO NOT apply crystals on the abdomen area when over-starvation or over-eating.
DO NOT apply crystals on inflammation, tumor, skin disease and joint area.
DO NOT apply crystals directly on the heart. For pregnant women, DO NOT apply crystals on "Sanyinjiao", "Jianjing" and "Hegu" acupuncture points.
Not recommended for pregnant women and children under 12
Everyone reacts to crystals differently. The extreme minty and spicy feeling you get from the crystals means there are some blockages. The crystals are working for you. Please be patient and let your chi flow smoothly.
Crystals are fragile against hardened surfaces, such as tiled floor. Please handle with care.
Avoid hand contact with mucous membrane such as eyes, inside of mouth after each acupuncture session. For example, if you need to put on or remove your contact lenses, please use a glove to apply crystals; afterwards, you can remove the glove before handling contact lenses.. Eyes safety is very important. When irritations occur, thoroughly wash your hands with water.
Please exercise common sense. Read FAQ for more information. Contact us if you have any additional questions.
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Acupuncture Point (s)
on the interior side of the arm, in the
hollow between the bones of the forearm, three
finger-width above the wrist crease.
with the tip of your index finger probe
the area on the front side of a leg below the knee
until you feel a slight dip.
on the top of the shoulder blade. To
find the point go directly up from the nipple,
around the top of the trapezoid muscle, and down
to the top of the shoulder blade.
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