Moxibustion turns around breech birth

Andre, Laura
March 2010
Mothering;Mar/Apr2010, Issue 159, p32
The article focuses on a study that compares the effectivity of moxibustion to other methods like hands-to-belly maneuvers, having the mother lie with her head below her feet and acupuncture in encouraging fetus to turn toward a head-first birth and reports significant positive results.


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