Guasha is an ancient healing technique, used in Asia, which dates back over two thousand years. The method promotes blood circulation by applying pressure to the skin using a round-edged object, commonly a ceramic soupspoon. This causes extravasation of blood from the peripheral capillaries and pulls stagnant intercellular fluid to the surface, replacing it with new, freshly oxygenated fluid that accelerates regeneration and revitalizes the region. This may result in the appearance of small red rash that will fade in 2-3 days.
Guasha is most often used to treat musculoskeletal pain by removing blood stagnation, but it is also used to treat the common cold, flu, cough, asthma or fever.

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