Personalized Massage Tools, Custom Engraved Gua Sha Scraping Massage Tool Kit

Personalized Massage Tools, Custom Engraved Gua Sha Scraping Massage Tool Kit



Gua Sha is a healing technique used in China by practitioners of Traditional Eastern Medicine, in both the clinical setting and in homes. It involves palpation and cutaneous stimulation where the skin is pressured, in strokes, by a round-edged instrument resulting in the appearance of small red spots called "sha", that will fade in 2 to 3 days. Raising Sha removes blood stagnation and is considered pathogenic by promoting normal circulation and metabolic processes. The patient typically experiences immediate relief from pain, stiffness, fever, chill, cough, nausea, and so on. The effect will magnify with the use of Gua Sha oil in conjunction with tools.

***These tools can be custom engraved with your logo, artwork or text.  The last picture in this listing shows the font options available.  You can also customize your fonts.



Massage Tool Size #1:6.9" x 1.38" x 0.2"
Massage Tool Size #2:4.3" x 2.2" x 0.2" 


     -Pretty Well Polished Surface, Ultra Smooth Edge 
     -Combines Modern Medical Technology and Chinese Ancient Gua Sha Therapy 
     -Improves the micro-circulation of the facial and body blood vessels, increases the flow of blood, lymph and body fluids; Dredges the meridians, promotes blood circulation.



    -Clean, simple and elegant design
    -Perfect for use around face, head, hands, elbows and ankles.
    -Fits nicely in your hand to work smaller or big areas
    -Easy to handle by yourself or professional practitioners
    -Price includes personalization
    -Solid wood, engraved with your logo, artwork or text
    -Comes with instructions for use

Gua Sha may also relieve symptoms of other conditions:

1. Hepatitis B
Hepatitis B is a viral infection that causes liver inflammation, liver damage, and liver scarring. Research suggests that gua sha may reduce chronic liver inflammation.

One case study followed a man with high liver enzymes, an indicator of liver inflammation. He was given gua sha, and after 48 hours of treatment he experienced a decline in liver enzymes. This leads researchers to believe that gua sha has the ability to improve liver inflammation, thus decreasing the likelihood of liver damage. More research is underway.

2. Migraine headaches
If your migraine headaches don’t respond to over-the-counter medications, gua sha may help. In one study, a 72-year-old woman living with chronic headaches received gua sha over a 14-day period. Her migraines improved during this time, suggesting that this ancient healing technique may be an effective remedy for headaches. More research is needed.

3. Breast engorgement
Breast engorgement is a condition experienced by many breastfeeding women. This is when the breasts overfill with milk. It usually occurs in the first weeks of breastfeeding or if the mother is away from the infant for any reason. Breasts become swollen and painful, making it difficult for babies to latch. This is usually a temporary condition.

In one study, women were given gua sha from the second day after giving birth up until leaving the hospital. The hospital followed up with these women in the weeks after giving birth and found that many had fewer reports of engorgement, breast fullness, and discomfort. This made it easier for them to breastfeed.

4. Neck pain
Gua sha technique may also prove effective for remedying chronic neck pain. To determine the effectiveness of this therapy, 48 study participants were split into two groups. One group was given gua sha and the other used a thermal heating pad to treat neck pain. After one week, participants who received gua sha reported less pain compared to the group that didn’t receive gua sha.

5. Tourette syndrome
Tourette syndrome involves involuntary movements such as facial tics, throat clearing, and vocal outbursts. According to a single case study, gua sha combined with other therapies may have helped to reduce symptoms of Tourette syndrome in the study participant.

The study involved a 33-year-old male who had Tourette syndrome since the age of 9. He received acupuncture, herbs, gua sha, and modified his lifestyle. After 35 once-a-week treatments, his symptoms improved by 70 percent. Even though this man had positive results, further research is needed.

6. Perimenopausal syndrome
Perimenopause occurs as women move closer to menopause. Symptoms include:

-irregular periods
-hot flashes



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