Acupuncture and herbal medicine can provide life-changing improvements from asthma, bronchitis, bronchiectasis and COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder) to simple colds and coughs. The emphasis is to reduce inflammation, clear phlegm, and improve lung function.


    Acupuncture is a natural therapy relieving the common symptoms: 



    Whistling sound breathing 

    Shortness of breath 

    Chest tightness 

    Dry, persistent cough 

    Night-time cough Sticky, thick phlegm

    A feeling of impossible to get enough air 

    Chronic pain or stiffness on the neck and shoulders

    Water retention  

    Puffy ankles 

    Swollen knees 

    Heavy legs




    How acupuncture and herbs can help Asthma? 



    Increase oxygen supply to the Lung

    Relive Breathing 

    Clear phlegm 

    Better breath

    Reduce the heavy feeling of chest 

    Reduce inflammation 

    Maximize Lung function 

    Reduce the conditions getting worse 

    Address the underlying problems 

    Reduce the degeneration of Lung 

    Increase immune energy 

    Improve sleep and vitality 

    Strength Lung abilities 

    Improve Lung’s lifespan 


    Common Questions: 


    How long does it take to work? 


    Most people feel very relaxed and feel breath relief after the treatment. To create lasting pain relief, 6 to 10 treatments are recommended. Each individual is unique. Depending on the condition, sometimes the session might be combined with cupping therapy or acupressure in order to address the stiffness on the whole back to increase a better oxygen-rich blood flow. 


    What about herbal medicine? 


    Herbal medicine has been used for centuries to relieve respiratory disorders successfully. They work to reduce inflammation and increase blood flow and oxygen to the inflamed area and lung. 


    Will it conflict with my medications or inhalers?


    Most of the time there are no conflicts or side effects, In fact, a lot of people found they had a less asthmatic attack, and had reduced the frequent use of their medications. Some of them reported that they have almost stopped using the emergency inhalers.