Suitable for both kyutoshin (needle moxa) and chinetsukyu applications, this premium grade Japanese moxa contains no stems, or stalks allowing it to be formed easily into balls or small pyramids.
The fibres of this delicate green-yellow moxa are longer than those in normal moxa allowing the burning moxa to bind together better. This is particularly important for kyutoshin applications helping the moxa grip the handle of the needle.
The Yamasho moxa company is located in Shiga prefecture, famous for it’s moxa production. They have have over 100 years of experience of moxa production.