From the pate which go toward to ear two finger's breadth.On the head, 4 finger's breadth posterior to anterior hairline, 1.5 finger's breadth lateral to the midline.
Useful for removing obstructions causing Qi flow issues to the head/brain (heavy head, vertex pain, distention, depression).
Dizziness - Headache - Hemiplegia - Mouth Deviation - Nasal Congestion - Nosebleed - Respiratory Disorders
Yang Bai Point
In the frontal region, 1 finger's breadth superior to the eyebrow, aligned with the pupil when the eyes are focused forward.
Dizziness - Eye Disorders - Eyelid Itching - Eyelid Spasm - Facial Muscle Paralysis - Headache Frontal - Lacrimation - LacrimationUpon Wind Exposure - Ptosis - Supraorbital Neuralgia - Vertigo - Visual Disturbances
Tai Yang Point
Between the lateral of eyebrows and the outboard of canthus.Make an effort a little bit to Massage it by forefinger or thumb for 1-3 minutes.
Tong Zi Liao Point
The crater of one finger's breadth lateral to the outer canthus of the eye.
LV Yang/Heat Rising effecting the head - headache, eye problems, similar to Taiyang which is used more.
Eye Deviation - Eye Disorders - Headache - Lacrimation - Mouth Deviation - Optic Nerve Atrophy - Visual Disturbances
Si Bai Point
Below the pupil about one finger's breadth, in a depression at the infraorbital foramen.
Dizziness - Eye Deviation - Eye Disorders - Eyelid Spasm - Facial Edema - Facial Muscle Paralysis - Facial Pain - Headache -Lacrimation - Mouth Deviation - Respiratory Disorders - Trigeminal
Jing Ming Point
The crater between the canthus and the bridge of a nose.
Benefits The EarsBenefits The Teeth, Gums And LipsClears Heat
Chills - Dizziness - Eye Disorders - Headache - Lacrimation - Lacrimation Upon Wind Exposure - Visual Disturbances