We don't sell many products at MAS, but...
Our overwhelming focus at MAS is to remain a reliable source of affordable needle-naps, as often as we can make it happen for whomever seeks them out. We keep all of our in-house systems as uncluttered as possible as well and in this spirit, we keep product sales to a minimum. Frankly over the years we've learned frequent acupuncture treatments can make many pain-relief products uneccessary in the end.
However, many people have gotten a lot of use out of the few terrific products we do keep available; the Spring Wind Muscle and Joint Rub, Chinese Herbal Compresses, and lip balm among them.
Now that we're heading into the middle of winter, we thought we'd mention a new product on our shelves: Emily's Super Dry Skin Soother. If you're like us, you can find your elbows, hands or feet cracked and dry this time of year. Emily's Chinese herbal salves do a phenomenal job alleviating this and more stubborn situations like psoriasis and eczema.
Emily's is a local product developed by acupuncturist, Mike Arsenault of Ipswhich, Massachusetts. He originally made this salve for his daughter. We've received a bunch of positive feedback in the few short weeks it's been available at MAS and wanted to highlight this shared experience. Thanks, Mike for making such a great line of products.
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