16 May Zagu Acupuncture Needles from Lierre Canada
Zagu needles are non-coated, making them hypoallergenic* appropriate for direct moxibustion and electric simulation. Made from medical grade German stainless steel, these needles are made using an automated polishing and grinding technique: each needle is reliably perfectly sharp and smooth. These needles therefore penetrate the skin painlessly, and, because they’re easy to manipulate, it’s easy for the practitioner to adjust their movements to achieve the ideal depth of insertion.
The Zagu needles’ guiding tube makes it easy to insert them at the exact desired point. Their colour-coded tab also vary by format: you’ll always be able to tell these acupuncture needles apart.
Zagu acupuncture needles are uncoated and especially well-suited for use with stimulators, for direct moxa, and for patients with silicone allergies.
- Individually packaged needles
- Super quality controlled by advanced computer technology
- Non silicone coated needle shafts
- Copper wire-wound loop handle tops
- Individually packaged with 100 needles per box
- This package size is perfect for practitioners who want to try these needles out
Lierre offers different types of needles, but always of the highest quality;even our uncoated acupuncture needles such as Zagu have an incredibly smooth and almost painless insertion.
Acupuncture needle quality depends on the type of the stainless steel and on the standards met by the needles’ manufacturing process. Like their silicone-coated counterparts, hypoallergenic Zagu acupuncture needles are made with the highest quality German stainless steel, and their shaft is refined to perfection through repeated polishing: their non-coated needle shaft surface becomes incredibly smooth, and they slide easily into the skin. Needle tips are ground using a computer controlled automated system, ensuring that each and every Zagu needle is exactly as fine-pointed and sharp as any other one. These processes make these needles’ insertion a reliably near-painless experience.
Zagu needles’ traditional copper-wound loop handles make it possible to manipulate them with such precision that they can be inserted gradually and to the exact depth desired. Each needle is fitted into a clear guiding tube, and held in place by small, removable colour coded tabs. These small plastic wedges make different needles sizes instantly identifiable, and practitioners can distinguish between needles effortlessly even during the most hectic, demanding treatments.