The other point used for treating asthma is
called CV22, and it’s located in this area. If you find the mid-line of the front of body
and go upward, you will find an indentation here, and in this depression, this is the
point we call the ten-to. We use that to treat acute asthma attack. If we apply the cortisone
intravenously, we cannot stop an asthma attack for a couple of hours and the patient is in
danger. Then in China, we usually use this point. We first insert needles to penetrate
point two inches, and then we change the direction of the needles downward and against the sternum
fold and go point back one inch, and this can instantly stop asthma. Also, we usually
use that to treat problems of the throat and also difficulty to swallow things.

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