Gua Sha (刮痧), literally "to scrape for cholera", sometimes given the descriptive French name "tribo-effleurage" by English speakers,[1] is a very ancient technique of treatment that is still widely used by practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is used even more widely as a "folk" technique, by Chinese, as a preventive or remedial treatment upon members of individual households. It is also widely used in Indonesia. It is a traditional Javanese technique, known as kerikan (lit. ...
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Gua Sha
... Gua sha (刮痧) is a technique used by practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Gua sha (pronounced "gwa shaw,") involves firmly rubbing a person's skin with a ceramic soup spoon ...
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    ... Gua sha (刮痧) is a technique used by practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Gua sha (pronounced "gwa shaw,") involves firmly rubbing a person's skin with a ceramic soup spoon ...

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