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Summer is here and so are the insects

Summer skin irritations and bug bites can be a common source of discomfort for many people during the warmer months. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offers several remedies that can help relieve the symptoms associated with these conditions. For example, acupuncture and herbal remedies can be used to reduce inflammation, soothe irritated skin, and relieve itching.

Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine needles into specific points on the body, which can stimulate the body's natural healing response and promote circulation to the affected area. Herbal remedies, such as calendula, chamomile, and aloe vera, have anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that can help reduce redness and irritation. At Michigan Acupuncture Studio, we offer a range of TCM modalities to help our patients find relief from summer skin irritations and bug bites. Our practitioners will work closely with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and helps you achieve optimal health and well-being.

Mosquito Season

As we all know, summertime means mosquito season. Instead of using harsh chemicals on your skin to repel mosquitoes, there is an all-natural patented recipe solution that works just as well. This formula not only repels mosquitoes but also quickly relieves any discomfort after being bitten by mosquitoes. It is pure, mild, and free of irritants, providing safe care for your skin. It is also next to skin and comfortable. Say goodbye to harsh chemicals and enjoy a mosquito-free summer with our all-natural mosquito-expelling formula

The Secret Patented formula:

The traditional Chinese medicine mosquito-expelling composition is prepared from the following raw materials in parts by weight: 10-20 parts of melia azedarach fruits, 10-20 parts of mint, 10-20 parts of murraya paniculata, 10-20 parts of radix sophorae flavescentis, 10-20 parts of senecio scandens, 10-20 parts of ligusticum wallichii, 10-20 parts of acorus calamus, 10-20 parts of folium artemisiae argyi, 10-20 parts of agastache rugosus, 10-20 parts of dried tangerine or orange peel, 10-20 parts of frankincense, 10-20 parts of clove, 10-20 parts of saposhnicovia divaricata, 10-20 parts of cassia twig, 10-20 parts of myristica fragrans, 10-20 parts of fennel, 10-20 parts of lithospermum herb, 10-20 parts of radix stemonae, 10-20 parts of fructus evodiae, 10-20 parts of indigo naturalis and 10-20 parts of shinyleaf pricklyash root.

TCM Remedies for bug bites

At Michigan Acupuncture Studio, we understand the discomfort that bug bites can cause during the summer season. We are here to help with natural remedies such as herbal medicine and acupuncture techniques to relieve itching, swelling, and other skin irritations. Contact us to schedule an appointment and let us help you enjoy the beautiful summer weather without the worry of pesky insect bites.

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