For treating asthma either acute or chronic,
we have certain points we already mentioned. Now we have other points on the arms and the
hand, which we can use or even leave the needles there for the asthma condition. One of the
points is called a Lung 7, and it’s also on the lung channel. So, the lung channel starts
from the chest area, the upper chest area, and then goes just past the chest, then follows
the inside of the arms, goes all the way to the thumb and ends up at the end of the thumb.
So the Lung 7 is a point on this line which we can locate through the hand. So, we usually
put the hand like this, and the index finger lands at the place on the lung channel which
is 1.5 inches above the wrist line. And this, if you touch that, there is a notch on this
bone and that’s the Lung 7. So we use this point to either treat acute or the chronic
asthma, and then we can thread the needle this way and even tape the needles there for
the acute asthma attack.