The Forgotten Art of Moxa Needling
by Lorraine Wilcox
The first description of the moxa roll was written near the beginning of the Ming dynasty (late fourteenth or early fifteenth century). A moxa stick is made by packing mugwort floss and rolling it up in paper to make a stick that resembles a cigar or a large cigarette.
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