Thai Herbal Medicine Compress
What is a Thai herbal medicine ball?
A Thai Herbal Medicine ball can also be called a poultice or compress.
It is a mass of fabric and herbs usually heated and placed on the skin.
They are commonly used to treat bites, stings, pain, burns, bruising, and swelling as well as drawing.
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There are a variety of interesting and healing ingredients to choose from.
As you can see, there is a huge variety of blends you can use to create a customized herb compress.
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Whether you are having a home spa day or you are rehabbing your shoulder. You can easily make your own herbal steam compress to use for a topical treatment.
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Traditional Thai medicine includes the use of many different medicinal herbs, and also include specific protocols for use of them on the body.
These types of compresses have been used throughout human history, for thousands of years.
Native Americans have a rich history of using herbs on the skin in this way.
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What can I do with Thai herbal medicine balls?
First, heat it up.
How do I Heat up my herbal compress?
Steaming the herbs activates them and gives you soothing and healing heat.
You can do this several ways, in a rice cooker, double boiler, microwave, or slow cooker, even your instant pot.
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ALWAYS TEST – First test the temperature by quickly tapping it to the inside of your elbow to be sure it’s not too hot.
How do I use my Herbal Compress?
Compression – You can press downward onto your skin gently or firmly, release and repeat.
Tapping – Lightly or firmly tap around the area you want to treat.
Roll– Roll the ball along an area of the body, again, this can be done gently, firm, fast, or slow. Mix it up!
Placement – Place the herbal poultice on the area you would like to treat. For example: Sitting one on your forehead for a headache or on your chest for congestion.
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What should I put in my herbal poultice?
A compress can contain many herbs or just a few. These medicinal herbs have many different uses, you can customize a compress to your own needs.
Medicinal Herbs to use for your Herbal Compress:
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Tying up your Medicinal Compress
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