Seed Therapy

Seed Therapy

Moong Seeds for Diabetic Retinopathy

Seeds are the most frequently used surface stimulators of natural origin. Being live biological structures, the seed possess a great stock of life energy necessary for the development of a new plant.

When the seeds are applied to the points, their biological field starts interacting with the correspondence to the affected organ or parts of the body thus restoring their energy potential. Seed therapy is a palliative home treatment.  

We at Acushastra like to involve our patients in there healing process by teaching them which seed to tie where. Seeds work by placing right pressure on the acupuncture points. Sujok, acupuncture, auricular acupuncture and acupressure.

Seed therapy is based on two interesting concepts, one applying seed on acupuncture points, meridians, sujok correspondence system or points on the ears. The thumb, for example, is considered to be the head.

Placing moong seeds just below the top of the thumb—where the eyes would be in the head—will help relax the eyes after a long day spent staring at the computer. Second, seed therapy uses the notion of “like cures like, Walnuts are good for the brain because they resemble the brain.

Kidney beans are supposed to help the kidney. So, if you have a kidney stone, you could bandage a few kidney beans over the area in your feet or hands which relates to the kidneys, one can apply pressure by rubbing them in a circular motion for a few minutes; you can do this all at home. seeds should be retained for 20 minutes -6hrs and then again after some time you can reapply fresh seeds.

Many a times you will notice that the seeds blacken and shrivel after use. Seeds, after all, have pure potential—they are holders of the life force.

Seed therapy is perfectly safe to be done at home on your own. You can shower with them, exercise, sleep with them on, talk on your phone, and generally live your life however you normally do.

Seed therapy is a mode of treatment that absolutely has no side effects.