Pharmacoeconomics: Open Access

ISSN: 2472-1042

Open Access

Revisting the use of Rubefacient in reducing the blood sugar level of people with type II diabetes via Clinical Aromatherapy


Fai Chan

acceptance among the medical professionals. The word “Rubefacient” stems from the use of the drug to“produce redness of the skin, e.g. by causing dilation of the
capillaries and an increase in blood circulation. “ According to Wikipedia definition and there are some topical drugs that can achieve it. In fact , the TCM (Traditional Chinese
Medicine) uses of the technique “Gua Sha” can achieve rubefacient effect too.
The speech will discuss this technique combining with the use of essential oil massage in treating type II diabetes and how this integrative approach brings down the blood
sugar levels to a significant extent that complement well with the conventional drugs in treating the diabetes. Actually, the author made use of this to help one diabetic person
to reverse her diabetes and two of them to significant drops of blood sugar level and resolved the severe insomnia issue…
Except for the mechanical technique of “Gua Sha” , essential oil blend that can create “rubefacient” effect is also employed… The formulation and its therapeutic applications
will also be discussed. Last but not least, not each part of the whole body deserves the same attention. There will be discussion on which should go first as this will affect
the result, specially when time is limited. This presentation not only tells you the facts or evidence but also points to the way that you can improve your formulation to better
serve your customers.


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