Amazing Bian Stone Oil-less Gua Sha Therapy For Improving Vision, Healing, Hair Loss, Aches/Sprains, Face Sculpting/Firming, Anti-Aging, Detoxification, Removing Body Heatiness

My piece of Bian Stone

My  Bian Stone

Hi there, dear friends 😀 

I stumbled upon Bian Stones when I wanted to find the technique to Gua Sha for hair loss, as the hair on top of my head has been thinning for the past few years. 

I found a video that showed an 87-year old woman who had used Bian Stones Gua Sha to heal herself  from her deteriorating vision, which doctors said they could not treat. Not only did she regain her eyesight, her thinning and sparse hair grew back –  at a dark colour again! Wow!

It was not only the Gua Sha therapy that worked for her, but it was the use of Bian Stones, which have healing powers. The usual Gua Sha tools are made from buffalo horns and require the use of oil to lubricate the skin for scraping. 

Have a look at her video below (it has English subtitles) and see for yourself her health transformation – you will be amazed like I was!

Right away then, I ordered a Bian Stone through my nephew in Singapore. He, too, bought a Bian Stone to try and he also experienced its curative powers! He used it to scrape (Gua Sha) his often achy neck and upper shoulders due to slouching over his computer daily at work. 

So, what are Healing Bian Stones? 

Healing Bian Stones are made out of rock that was generated by the impact of a meteorite on earth in China during the Cretaceous period. 

Healing stone therapy is the most ancient form of medical treatment and health care in China, even pre-dating acupuncture. It has been used at Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) hospitals for many years.

Chemical analysis shows that there are more than thirty trace elements such as Sr, Ti, Cr, Mn, Zn, Ca, Fe, P, K, and Na in the stone in the stones – elements which are beneficial and necessary for human beings.

When rubbed against the body, the stone gives out ultrasonic impulses, with measurements that are far in excess of other materials that have been tested. The stone dredges the human body’s channels, improves the body’s microcirculation, eliminates heat and poisons in human body and removes unnecessary fats.

Test results show that a strong field of energy exists called infrared remote sensing in the healing stone – Bian stone.

Infrared thermal imaging tests show that once this stone is placed near to a person, they got their infrared thermal images are stabilized.

The pictures below show how Bian stone influences the human body.


Left picture above – before applying bracelets.

Right picture above – after wearing bracelets 10 minutes later
Left wrist: Jade bracelet.  Right wrist: Bian stone bracelet.  

(Source – GC Natural Health Therapies)

What I love about the Bian Stones is that I don’t need to use any oil at all  to help the Gua Sha tool glide smoothly over my skin – I had always hated the oily feel to my skin after scraping. I can use the stone without any oil as it has a smooth, cool and polished surface. 

I use the Bian Stone and Gua Sha :-

  1. on my head for growing more hair, and for improving sleep
  2. over my face for a facelift and to clear my sinus
  3. under my chin to reduce my saggy double chins! Lol! 
  4. over my neck and shoulders to relieve the stress and tension
  5. over my arms and lower back whenever I have sprains or aches there

I also got a friend who went to Shanghai, China to buy for me a pair of Yin-Yang shaped Bian Stones. She told me that the elderly man that sold her the Bian Stones  said he is the only one among his 7 siblings who still has black hair. His siblings’ hair has all turned white! All because he uses a Bian stone daily to Gua Sha his head! Wow! 

My mid-aged friend has been a Type A diabetic for 43 years and recently, she has been diagnosed by her doctor as having retinopathy, a loss of vision due to her diabetes and for which, there is no cure. 

She has been following the video above and using her Bian Stone to Gua Sha her neck, epecially her carotids, and she has found that her vision is improving slowly. She could read the subtitles on her TV. Before using the healing stone, she was seeing greyness and darkness in some fields of her eyesight.

Just 2 days ago, I sprained the side of my lower back while trying to mop a hard to reach area. The pain was gone the day after I Gua Sha that area with my Bian Stone.

I thought to share here with you the interesting healing qualities of the Bian Stone. If you can read Chinese (I can’t. Lol!), you will find more information online, seeing as how Bian Stone is an ancient Chinese healing therapy.  

With best wishes for good health to you,

choesf 😀 


33 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    P.S. Please note that I am not being paid nor given any free Bian Stones to write this article!


  2. 4

    Matt said,

    I will be using this for sure and will share my results with you


    • 5

      Great! Hope you will also experience the health benefits the scraping (gua sha) will bring. Looking forward to your feedback, Matt! 😀

      Have a wonderful weekend ahead!

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀


  3. 6

    Mrs Tan said,

    May I know the location of the shop which he bought in Singapore? How much did it cost? Thank you.


    • 7

      Good evening, Mrs Tan 😀

      Here is the link to the store. You can contact them directly. I got my nephew to go there so that he can choose a nice piece of Bian Stone for me. Mine cost SGD66

      Bian Stone

      Hope you will enjoy using the Bian Stone – the scraping is very soothing and relaxing, in addition to having health benefits. Whenever my family members are heaty, I scrape their backs for them.

      Do have a wonderful weekend!

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀


  4. 8

    Face sculpting, firming and anti-aging Gua Sha technique using a buffalo horn tool 💡 –


    • 10

      Matt said,

      is there a way to diferentiate genuine bian stones from fake


      • 11

        I am not sure if there is a way to differentiate the genuine Bian Stones from the fake. I have bought the one shown in the picture above at the website that claims it is Sibin Bian Stone. But there is no certificate with the stone that says anything like that.

        I have another set of Bian Stones – a Yin Yang shaped pair (3 inches long each) – my friend bought for me from Shanghai, China for USD12 only. I compared the two sets of stones – they look and feel the same to me.

        What I like about the Bian Stones is that we don’t need to moisturize our skin with lotion or oil, and I can do the Gua Sha anytime…while watching TV, etc.

        I also have a buffalo horn Gua Sha tool – scraping with the stone tool feels much better than the buffalo horn one, for sure.

        With best wishes,

        choesf 😀


  5. 12

    Theresa said,

    Hi Cheof,

    Does your friend have the name and address of the shop in Shanghai? My daughter lives in Shanghai so she can help me buy a pair of the Yin-Yang bian stone. Buying it from the same shop will give a bit of insurance that my daughter will not be cheated. LOL




    • 13

      Good afternoon, Theresa 😀

      My friend has gone for a holiday overseas at the moment and I will ask her when she returns in 2 weeks’ time if she has the name and address of the shop in Shanghai. Yes, it is better to buy from the same shop as we know what prices we are looking at. I will post the details of the seller here later. 😉

      Have a great weekend!

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

      P.S. I was looking at THIS SITE, which has a variety of Bian Stones at really low prices, because the seller is from China and he/she said that her hometown is “ShiFoSi”(石佛寺}, an ancient jade carving art town. 💡


      • 14

        Hi there, Theresa 😀

        My friend just told me that she bought the Bian Stones from a little shop located down the road from Hotel 98, at the local tourist area. There are many shops there and the one she went into sells Gua Sha tools. She doesn’t know the name of the shop because she can’t read Chinese.

        Hope this helps……

        With best wishes,

        choesf 😀


  6. 15

    Theresa said,

    Hi Cheof,

    Does your friend happen to remember the name of the street that the Hotel 98 is on? I tried googling Hotel 98, and it seems to be many of them.




  7. 17

    Jen said,

    Hi Cheof,
    I like your very informative blog & even recommended my siblings who are in different destinations overseas…I would appreciate if you could email me the Singapore Bian stones contact. Gua sha has been part of my life since young age. I used to helped late granny & aunties to do gua sha whenever they needed one….& I do for myself if I am not feeling well.
    Btw, do you know of any CTM around KL Mont Kiara area who can treat young children??? my 6 yr old grand-daughter is very hyper-sensitive…she can’t use tissue even cotton wool on her skin & use only very special soap & shampoo..she visits Dr very frequently since birth. She develops flu, cought & fever easily ..especially at school.. & I am very worry each time she is being subscribed antibiotic… she is only 18kg…tire easily.
    I would be most gratefull if you or anyone would share some of the related informations.
    Thank you & GOD BLESS!!!


    • 18

      Hi there, Jen 😀

      Thank you so much for your kind words for my blog! 😀

      I don’t have the email contact for the Singaporean Bian Stone supplier but you can contact him directly at his website, which I gave above. I am glad that you have been doing guasha for so long – it is a really wonderful natural Chinese art of healing! 😀

      I am sorry to hear of your grand-daughter’s ailments, you must be so worried over her. I have an excellent Chinese Physician to recommend you, but he is not in the Mont Kiara area. He has treated many people successfully, from babies to the elderly! The information is at my post below :-

      The best time to go there would be on a Saturday, at 4 pm – at that time, travel is easier due to lesser traffic on the roads, and there are not many patients waiting to see him.

      Take care and I hope your grand-daughter will get well soon! She is too young to be so sickly and constant taking of antibiotics will only make her weaker! 😦

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

      P.S. The Chinese herbal medicine is ready to drink and even young children can take it – it is not bitter nor nasty tasting.


  8. 19

    Sharifah said,

    Hi HH hope and family are well. I stumbled onto your blog when I was searching for bian stone in Malaysia. You have such great, helpful articles so you’ve now gained a new fan in me!
    Anyway, am happy to share with you that I’ve finally found a shop in KL that sells bian stone products. I came to know about the benefits of bian when I went on a package tour to Beijing 5 years back. They brought us to a demo where I could see the blood under my fingernail flowed much better after I held a bian stone. Could even feel the blood pulsing. Bought one for my rheumatism. Unfortunately I lost the bracelet when I came back and have been trying to find a replacement in Malaysia. I think I know the shop u meant in Singapore, Sunnforest, right?

    Finally found our local shop at Pang Wellness, a shop in Taman Wahyu, KL a couple of days ago! So I now have a new bracelet and also bought a bian gua sha scraping tool too. This shop has many other interesting TCM tools, run by a friendly man in his 70’s.


    • 20

      Hi there, Sharifah 😀

      Thank you so much for sharing your experience and information on bian stones. I am glad that we now have another local supplier in KL to buy bian stones. It is certainly how amazing a simple looking black stone like that can have such healing qualities. I often feel that the effects of using a bian stone for scrapping is many time better than using a buffalo horn. It scrapping experience is so soothing and relaxing.

      Yes, my nephew in Singapore bought my first bian stone from Sunnforest. I will go drop by the KL shop you mention to look at their bian stones. I want to get a few different shaped ones for variation.

      Do have a lovely weekend!

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀


  9. 23

    Michelle said,

    Sharifah Thanks for sharing the info. May i have the exact address (and contact number as well, if available) of the bian stone shop in KL? Michelle


    • 24

      sharifah said,

      Hi u can contact Connie Lim 0122009306 Pang Wellness, Jalan Sibu 8 , Taman Wahyu, 68100 KL. The shop is also listed on as Sweetnotes and has a lot of TCM item.


  10. 25

    Tammy Tang said,

    How big is the bian stone scraper u bought?


  11. 26

    myainariel said,

    How big is the bianstone scrapper you bought?


  12. 28

    I am a facial therapist and I am interested in this bian stone and Gua Sha massage technique. Where can I buy this stone and is there a school to teach how to ise it and the techniqur. Tks.


    • 29

      Hi there, Jeanette 😀

      There are many videos on Youtube on how to Guasa the face for firming. I don’t know of any beauty schools that teach this. You can also Google to buy Bian Stone online.

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀


  13. 30

    Sai khim said,

    Hi, thank you for sharing your experience on Brian stone. I saw the video too but Sunn Forest Ent in Singapore no longer exist. I tried calling them but line no longer in use. Thank you Sharifah for sharing the address in KL.


    • 31

      Hi there, Sai Khim 😀

      Oh no, Sunn Forest had closed down already? I saw that there are some Bian stones for sale on Lazada Malaysia. But I have no way to find out if they are authentic or not. You can search for “Bian Stones” on Lazada.

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀


  14. 32

    Ju said,

    Where did you source for your stone?


    • 33

      Hi there, Ju 😀

      The store where I bought my Bian stone in Singapore has closed down. However, I saw some for sale online at Lazada, but I am not sure how authentic those are.

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀


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