Acupuncture clinic opens Sunday in Bushwick to cure your ‘politically-induced’ stress

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BUSHWICK, Brooklyn — Stressed about the upcoming election? An acupuncture clinic will open in Brooklyn for one day this week to cure your politically-induced worries.

The donation-based acupuncture clinic “for politically-induced anxiety, rage, insomnia, fear and trauma” will open Sunday, Oct. 30, at Honey’s Brooklyn, a cocktail bar on Scott Avenue in Bushwick.

Starting at 2 p.m., the clinic will welcome a limited number of people needing to de-stress because of the election.

According to, the clinic is “community-style” so everyone receives treatment at the same time by Graham Marks M.Ac, who has also worked with Acupuncturists Without Borders to relieve victims of Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy.

The treatment will last about an hour and are offered on a donation basis.

Want to go? RSVP to to as space is limited to the first 25 guests who respond.

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