Seed therapy

Seed therapy, also known as Su Jok seed therapy or Sujok seed therapy, is a natural healing technique that is a part of the broader Sujok therapy system. Sujok therapy was developed by Professor Park Jae Woo in South Korea and is based on the principle of microcosm-macrocosm, which suggests that the hands and feet are microcosms of the whole body.

Seed therapy involves the use of small seeds or natural objects, such as mustard seeds, black pepper seeds, or metal pellets, to stimulate specific acupoints on the hands and feet. These seeds are typically attached to adhesive plasters or patches and applied to the corresponding points on the hands or feet.

Key features and principles of seed therapy include:

Seed therapy is believed to be helpful in addressing a wide range of health conditions, including pain relief, digestive issues, respiratory problems, and emotional imbalances. However, as with any alternative therapy, the effectiveness of seed therapy can vary from person to person, and scientific evidence supporting its efficacy is limited.

It's essential to consult with a qualified Sujok practitioner or healthcare professional before using seed therapy, especially if you have specific health concerns or medical conditions. They can provide personalized guidance and ensure that seed therapy is used safely and effectively as part of a comprehensive healing approach.