- Catgut is a type of cord that is made from the natural fibre in the walls of sheep or goat intestines. It is embedded on the acupuncture points, which enhances the points’ stimulation for 7-10 days. The catgut is later completely absorbed by the body (about 8-10 days).
- Registered Chinese doctors use 0.6mm needle to embed the catgut, so it’s less painful and easier to absorb
- The embedding depends on the body-type of the customer and the process includes one-time medical consultation
- The catgut embedding is done on acupuncture points, which enhances the points stimulation for 7-10 days
- The process conditions the body and is very effective for weight loss and improved body-immunity
- Its implantation is a kind of acupuncture, where specific acupuncture points are gently and continuously stimulated till the ailment is cured and desired results are achieved. Prolonged stimulation of acupuncture points can effectively enhance weight loss, shape breasts and promote metabolism, amongst other benefits.
These days with my morning sickness (or all-day sickness rather) I’ve gotten really into acupuncture, but I think I’ll stop short of having catguts injected into my stomach. Thanks anyways Groupon for the lovely offer. (They have seriously the most bizarre offerings here!)