Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Asthma: Gate of the Winged

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , /

Now we first showed a point called a dentua
which at seventh cervical vetebra, point 5 next to the vertebra and when a patient bends
next to their head at the highest point, that is the C7 the cervical seven and then the
next point is called gate of the winged. We think asthma is associated with external wings
invading our lungs and causing the lungs to go upwards instead of going downwards and
that causes asthma so this gate of the winged is the second thoracic vertebra. You first
locate the highest point and that is cervical 7 and then one two vertebra down and then
1.5 next to the mid-line of the back, that is the gate of the winged and we use this
point to treat acute or chronic asthma so basically we can insert needles obliquely
with a 4 or 5 point insertion and so we can do insertion like this and using different
manipulation to treat either acute or chronic asthma.

5 thoughts on “Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Asthma: Gate of the Winged

  1. You don't know how acupuncture works do you? Some of the methods they use are far more superior than western medicine. They have a higher success rate of healing some diseases than modern medicine does. Many doctors go to 8-10 years of university programs before they become doctors. Try it and see what you think about it then.

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