If using the Steven 22, and we still cannot stop an acute asthma attack, we can combine with another point called CV17. It’s also on the mid-line of the front of the body between two nipples and at a level of the fourth intercostals level, so that’s the fourth rib,… Continue Reading Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Asthma: CV17

www.caincarroll.com Today is the first day of spring, and one of the things about yoga that makes it so interesting is that yoga is about being in harmony with the seasons. So our physical body of course is nature. We typically think of nature as trees and that which is… Continue Reading Allergy Prevention Naturally

Time now to take a look at this week’s pollen report from pollen.com. This is actually very bad news, look at that. All of that red for the next four days means that there isn’t much relief coming for any of us that suffer with allergies. If you have itchy… Continue Reading Get Ahead of Allergy Season with Acupuncture

For the past five to ten years, more and more Americans suffered different kinds of allergies. For instance, allergic rhinitis, asthma or urticaria. Or even anaphylactic shock. In which suddenly, a lot of histamine is released into the body. And then all the blood vessels dilate. And people can just… Continue Reading Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Basic Allergy Treatments

So if the asthma is also connected with emotional problems. And patients get depressed and also have the tightness of the chest. Difficult to breathe. Or even, specifically they have the pain along the side of the ribs. We call the hypochondriac area. And in this situation, we can choose… Continue Reading Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Asthma: Du Meridian

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… Continue Reading Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Asthma: Jiu Wei

[♪ INTRO] Everyone knows that bee stings don’t feel the best. And for the 1-7% of us with allergies to insect venom, they can be deadly. But a growing number of people are choosing to inject themselves with the toxic stuff, or even receive intentional stings, in the hopes of… Continue Reading The Problem with Bee Venom Therapy

Now I’m going to show you a couple very effective points to instantly relieve the asthma because we already have many sad stories when the asthma attacks suddenly comes to those kids playing on the playground and the asthma cannot be relieved within a couple of minutes and that creates… Continue Reading Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Asthma: Panting Point

For treating eczema with the redness, itchy sensation. Another important point is called large intestine 11. It’s located at the, around the elbow. And if you locate this cubital crease. And that’s point large intestine 11. Located at end of this crease. And there is a depression here, so you… Continue Reading Acupuncture for Allergies & Asthma : Acupuncture for Eczema: Intestine 11