Moxa

The municipality of Moxa forms part of the Saale-Orla district in Thuringia, Germany. ...
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Moxa

• (n.) A plant from which this substance is obtained, esp. Artemisia Chinensis, and A. moxa. • (n.) A soft woolly mass prepared from the young leaves of Artemisia Chinensis, and used as a cautery by burning it on the skin; hence, any substance used in a like manner, as cotton impregnated with niter, amadou.
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moxa

(mok┬┤sah) a tuft of soft, combustible material to be burned upon the skin as a cautery and counterirritant.
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moxa

1. <medicine> A soft woolly mass prepared from the young leaves of Artemisia Chinensis, and used as a cautery by burning it on the skin; hence, any substance used in a like manner, as cotton impregnated with niter, amadou. ... 2. <botany> A plant from which this substance is obtained, especially. Artemisia Chinensis, and A. Moxa. ... Or...
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Moxa

Mox'a noun [ A corruption of Japan. mogusa (pronounced mongsa ), an escharotic made from the plant yomigi : confer French moxa .] 1. (Medicine) A soft woolly mass prepared from the young leaves of Artemisia Chinensis , and used as a cautery by burning ...
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Moxa

A dried herb substance burned on or above the skin to stimulate an acupuncture point or serve as a counterirritant. A famous technique of traditional Chinese medicine, using dried, pressed leaves of Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris).
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moxa

the herb mugwort.
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moxa

Type: Term Pronunciation: mok′să Definitions: 1. A cone or cylinder of cotton wool or other combustible material, placed on the skin and ignited to produce counterirritation.
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