Therapeutic Bracelet

The natural lacquer which originates from Asia is highly toxic and can cause allergic reactions on human skin.
Being in a liquid form, it can provoke severe dermatosis, but once dry it becomes a kind of 'soft poison', which in fact stimulates the rejuvenation of the skin and its immunity; in this way it has homeopathic effects.
This principle has been used in China as a cutaneous remedy since 100 BC.
The bracelet comes into contact with the inner wrist where the skin is particularly sensitive and permeable, which in turn enables the natural lacquer to be absorbed and transported quickly through the bloodstream of the body.
The skin of ray, which is traditionally associated with the asian lacquer, has a mimetic relationship with the diseased skin, representing the dermatosis in the pictured way.

Skin of ray, traditional natural lacquer. 2011

 

Therapeutic Bracelet

The natural lacquer which originates from Asia is highly toxic and can cause allergic reactions on human skin.
Being in a liquid form, it can provoke severe dermatosis, but once dry it becomes a kind of 'soft poison', which in fact stimulates the rejuvenation of the skin and its immunity; in this way it has homeopathic effects.
This principle has been used in China as a cutaneous remedy since 100 BC.
The bracelet comes into contact with the inner wrist where the skin is particularly sensitive and permeable, which in turn enables the natural lacquer to be absorbed and transported quickly through the bloodstream of the body.
The skin of ray, which is traditionally associated with the asian lacquer, has a mimetic relationship with the diseased skin, representing the dermatosis in the pictured way.

Skin of ray, traditional natural lacquer. 2011