Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Asthma: Jiu Wei
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August

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


The next point to help the asthma chest tightness
is called CV15. It’s just below the xiphoid process. How do you locate the xiphoid process?
It’s between the two rib cages, and there is the bone, the end of the sternum bone and
from this end of the sternum bone to the belly button is eighteen and seventeen above this
belly button would be this point called juvy. It’s a CV15. So, because it’s close to the
heart, we have to needle this with caution. And when you needle this point, you go downward
like this and go .5 to .8. You won’t go upward because that can injure a certain blood vessel
and cause bleeding. This point is not only for the asthma, but also for the palpitations
or even epilepsy because we think of the mental disorders that are associated with the heart
and the brain.


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