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How does acupuncture help treat allergies?

Jill Blakeway, MS, LAc
Alternative & Complementary Medicine
Acupuncture works for allergies because it treats the underlying cause, as well as the symptoms. Watch acupuncturist Jill Blakeway describe how Chinese medicine can provide long-term relief from allergies by targeting symptoms and boosting immunity. 
Janet Tsai
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

Acupuncture can help treat allergies symptomatically, by focusing on specific points on the face, as well as treating the underlying condition causing the symptoms. Watch acupuncturist Janet Tsai explain how allergies are treated using acupuncture.

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