San Jose, CA
I had my most recent bout of asthma from pollen allergy three days ago, and finally agreed to Dr Jenny??s recommendation on getting tracheal acupuncture. My previous treatments as per my request had always been with powdered herbs, I also purchased an OTC epinephrine inhaler separately. When I got the treatment today, the inserted tracheal needle immediately released the spasms I had in my bronchi, much like a lock dropping open when the key is inserted and turned, this tracheal needle was removed within 15 seconds. Dr Jenny then inserted two side needles around the area above the lower sternocleidomastoid muscle insertion and left them in for 1/2 hour to reduce the secretions; they felt like fish bone stuck in my throat when I tried to swallow my saliva, but this feeling dissipated after 5 minutes, most probably from the stuck energy having been mostly drained away by then. I now wish I had gone at the start of the asthma attack, so that my bronchial mucosa would not have been damaged by the constant swelling from the pollen irritant and forced shrinkage with the epinephrine inhaler, the spasms were not even completely relieved by the inhaler. I now only have a little bit of rales and rhonchi left, I know these will disappear within three days time once my bronchial mucosa heals up on its own.