Twelve volunteer research subjects, each having asthma, were studied on July 19, the first of three 2008 Asthma Humanitarian Events. The subjects were tested with a spirometer before having herbal patches applied, and then again near the time of their removal, twenty-four hours later.
Chart 1: FVC
Do herbal patches, applied to specific points on the body, have a positive effect on lung function?
Two kinds of readings were taken using the spirometer. They were: Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) - the largest volume of air a person can rapidly blow out of their lungs and Forced Expiratory Volume-1 (FEV1) - the amount of air a person can blow out in a second. Increases in those readings would indicate less airflow obstruction and therefore improved lung function.
The data from those readings showed 66.7% of the participants improved their lung function for both FVC (see Chart 1) and FEV1 (see Chart 2).
The conclusion was that herbal patches on the correct points may have a positive effect on asthmatic lungs. Further research with a larger sample is needed for significance.
One subject initially showed lung function at the level of an 89-year old. At the follow-up reading, the subject’s lung function had improved to the level of a 53-year-old.
Chart 2: FEV1
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Herbal patching is easy, takes little time, and has few or no side effects. With today’s unaffordably high medical costs, doesn’t it make sense to add this to the treatment you are using?
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