Acupressure Band Of Hope Gives Hayfever Misery The Elbow


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The Qu-Chi Band

My name is Andrew Broch, an acupuncturist, from the Leeds Acupuncture Clinic, UK and I invented the Qu-Chi acupressure band as a drug-free way to relieve the symptoms of hayfever and allergic rhinitis.

Conventional treatments (e.g. antihistamines) can cause side effects, interact with other medication or be contraindicated (e.g. breast feeding). Even non-sedating drugs don’t always work. The only drug-free solution to seasonal allergies, Qu-Chi works on the acupressure point that relieves symptoms of hayfever. Unlike medications, Qu-Chi does not cause drowsiness, is fast acting and does not interfere with other medications. It is also kinder to the environment, as one Qu-Chi band lasts for years.

Suitable for all ages, Qu-Chi can be worn all day and night and has no side effects. It can even be used all year round for non-hayfever related allergic rhinitis – it may even help with other allergies such as house dust-mite or pets.

The Qu-chi Acupressure Band has been featured in loads of Newspapers including The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Sunday Mirror, The Sun and also many magazines including Woman, Hello Magazine, Womans Own, Country Living and Good House Keeping Magazine.

Read more in the Yorkshire Evening Post here

Available to buy at the leeds acupuncture clinic or Amazon

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One thought on “Acupressure Band Of Hope Gives Hayfever Misery The Elbow

  1. The Qu-chi band has changed my life! finally i can play a round of golf in the summer without my eyes being itchy and sore! Has not improved my handicap though!

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