A cone or cylinder of cotton fiber wool or other combustible material, placed on the skin and ignited being produce counterirritation.
Mugwort root, since found in moxibustion.
some other plant found in moxibustion.
A soft woolly size prepared from younger leaves of Artemisia Chinensis, and utilized as a cautery by burning it from the skin; therefore, any compound used in a like fashion, as cotton impregnated with niter, amadou.
A plant where it is acquired, esp. Artemisia Chinensis, and Artemisia moxa.
A soft downy compound ready in China and Japan from the youthful leaves of Artemisia Moxa, utilized as a cautery.
The plant from which it is obtained.
In medication, a vegetable compound, either cut or formed into a quick cylinder, which whenever ignited will burn off without fusing, used as a cautery or a counter-irritant by being placed on your skin.