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Once acu­pres­sure is com­pleted, a su­jok prac­ti­tioner will em­ploy seed ther­apy to treat the par­tic­u­lar ail­ment. Seed ther­apy works on an en­er­getic level, as it is be­lieved that the seeds are alive and re­move the ail­ment from the per­son, re­turn­ing the af­fected body part back to its orig­i­nal state. “In fact, when I have used cer­tain seeds on the hands for peo­ple with cer­tain ail­ments, es­pe­cially neuro dis­eases, one will ac­tu­ally feel the seeds throb­bing and pul­sat­ing. Usually the seeds be­come very ac­tive and as time goes by, they even­tu­ally slow down.” The seeds are nat­u­ral stim­u­la­tors to the acu­pres­sure points. Af­ter the acu­pres­sure treat­ment, a su­jok prac­ti­tioner places seeds, pulses or legumes on the af­fected area (at­tach­ing these with a spe­cial plas­ter) to sup­ply ex­tra life force and fa­cil­i­tate quick heal­ing.

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