Specific Points (Dr.

Huang):
Shenmen*: *Shenmen is the Key Point for Tranquilizing the Mind It is also used as the baseline GSR reading against which to compare other points. Commonly used for diseases of the Nervous System, Cardiovascular System, Respiratory system (and skin), and Digestive System (Vertigo, Hypertension, Diarrhea, Cough, Asthma, Itching, Leukorrhagia) Tranquilize the Mind; Alleviate Pain; Anti-Inflammatory. Occiput*: *The Key Point for Relieving Vertigo & Dizziness (whether auditory vertigo or from hypertension, cerebral vascular insufficiency, neural imbalance, or car/sea sickness). Occiput also corresponds to the Optic Center. Tranquilize the Mind: Like Shenmen, it can be used for Nervous System (pain; insomnia, occipital headache, blurred vision, convulsions, epilepsy and facial spasms), Cardiovascular System (hypertension), Respiratory system and skin (cough, asthma, itching), and Digestive System (vomiting & diarrhea) Forehead*: *The key point for “Tonifying” the brain: Tonify Brain, Relieve Dizziness, Improve Visual Acuity; Alleviate Pain (Frontal Headache) Dizziness, Numbness, Heavy Headedness, Lethargy, Depression, ADHD, Poor Memory, Hypertension. Temple: Temple corresponds to the Auditory Center: For both Visual & Auditory Acuity, and Tinnitus Tranquilize the Mind: Migraine, Bilateral Temporal Headache, Bilateral Headache around Taiyang Extra 1 Subcortex: Dysregulation of the Cerebral Cortex: Autonomic Dysregulation; Neurasthenia, Neurosis, Schizophrenia Digestive, Hepatobiliary, & Cardiovascular Disorders: Maldigestion, G.I. ulcers, Nausea, Vomiting, Abdominal Distension, Diarrhea, Constipation, ++ Hypertension, Arteritis, Thromboangiitis Obliterans (Burger’s Disease), Phlebitis, Raynaud’s Disease, CHD, Arrhythmia. Sympathetic* *Key point for relieving visceral pain and spasm. However, do NOT use this point for abdominal distension (as further visceral relaxation will be counterproductive) * Also the Key point for Hyperhydrochlorhydria Autonomic Nervous Dysregulation, Smooth Muscle Spasms, Excessive Secretions: Gastrospasm, Enterospasm, Urinary & Biliary Calculi, Gastritis Gastric & Duodenal Ulcer, Asthma. Hyperhydrochlorhydria, Pediatric Ptyalorrhea; Hyperhydrosis; Seborrheic Dermatitis. Vasodilatation: Thromboangiitis Obliterans; Phlebitis, Arteritis, Raynaud’s Disease. External Sympathetic: Vertigo, Dizziness, Headache, Frontal Headache, Vertex Headache, Migraine, Eye Diseases Brain Stem: Calm internal Wind (Convulsions), Tonify the Brain, Pacify Over-Excitement; Relieve a Cough & Quench a Fever: For: Meningeal Irritation; Epilepsy; Schizophrenia; Neurosis; Bronchitis and low-grade Fever. Lesser Occipital Nerve: Clear the channels; Calm the Mind; Relieve Pain: Occipital Headache/Pain; Greater Occipital Neuralgia; Earache; One-sided Head, Body, or Extremity Numbness due to Vasospasm, Post-Traumatic Brain Injury, Cerebral Arteriosclerosis, Neurosis or Spondylopathy.

Specific Points (Dr. Huang):
Sciatic Nerve: Use along with the point on the posterior surface of the ear and other corresponding posterior points Thalamus: For Dr. Huang this relates to the hypothalamus and so helps with the internal organs and physiological regulation of, for example, temperature, water and electrolyte balances, digestive assimilation, and emotional reactions “Exciting Point”: For Cerebrocortical Arousal: Lethargy, Poor Libido, Hormonal Insufficiency (e.g.: Sheehan’s syndrome), Amenorrhea, Nocturia. Neurasthenia Area = “Induce Sleeping Point”: Neurasthenia – especially difficulty falling asleep. – Also use the point immediately behind on the back of the ear. Neurasthenia Point – “Waking Up Early Point”: Neurasthenia – especially dream-disturbed sleep, light sleepers, brief sleep, with difficulty falling back to sleep. Auriculotemporal Nerve Point (mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve): Trigeminal Neuralgia – especially of the ramus of the mandible….Ear Pain, Migraine, Dizziness – due to cranial nerve disorders Brain: Brain Disorders – e.g.: Deficient Blood Supply to the Brain, Cerebella Ataxia, Epilepsy, Hyperactivity, Low I.Q. Vertex: Vertex Headache, Neurasthenia. Large Auricular Nerve: Periarthritis of the Shoulder, Cervical Spondylopathy, Numb Extremities, Auricular Neuralgia . Vagus Point / “Ear Center” / Point Zero: Visceral Regulation: Digestive & Cardiovascular systems; Nocturia, Diabetes. Mixed Glossopharyngeal (CN IX), Facial (CN VII), and Vagus (CN X) area: Vagus & Glossopharyngeal for the following centers: respiratory, cardio-regulatory center, vasomotor, salivary secretion , vomiting, and coughing. Glossopharyngeal and Facial for internal organs, facial paralysis, and facial spasm Ear Apex: Antipyretic, Anti-Inflammatory, Antiphlogistic, Anti-tumescent; Anti-Hypertensive, AntiAllergy, Anti-insomnia, Clears the Mind and Improves Vision. Helix Points in general: Antipyretic, Anti-Inflammatory, Antiphlogistic, Anti-tumescent Helix 1: For limb pain, numbness, paresthesias; arthritis, & carpel tunnel syndrome Helix 2: Carpel Tunnel, Tennis / Golfers Elbow, Allergies, and Impaired Hearing Helix 3: Shoulder Pain, Fibromyalgia of Shoulder & Back Helix 4: Cervical (C6-7) injuries and degeneration; neck tension, peri-arthritis of the shoulder, fibromyositis, Mid-back pain; toothache, TMJ, & periodontal disease. Helix 5: Ear congestion, Acute Otitis, Deafness Helix 6: Eye disorders (e.g.: acute conjunctivitis, sty), sore throat

Specific Points (Dr. Huang):
Raise Blood Pressure: A reference point for assessing the existence of a Blood Pressure Issue (???) as well as treating Low Blood Pressure Lower Blood Pressure: A reference point for assessing the existence of a Blood Pressure Issues (???) as well as treating High Blood Pressure. Diabetes Point*: The main reference point for diagnosing Diabetes Mellitus (look also at Endocrine, Bladder, and Urethra) Treats Diabetes and Pancreatitis. Hepatitis Point*: Main Reference Point for Assessing Hepatic Function. Main Point for Treating Liver and Gall Bladder Disorders Ascites Point*: The main point for diagnosing and treating fluid retention – Also used for (swellings related to)* obesity: Ascites, Dropsy, Angioneurotic Edema, Endocrine related Edema, Lower Limb Swelling due to Poor Venous Return. *Text in parentheses added by mspot. Abdominal Distension Area: A reference point for diagnosing and treating abdominal distension (Liv-Sp disharmony or Sp-St Weakness): Allergic Area: To treat and diagnose allergic disorders: e.g.: Bronchial asthma, urticaria, cutaneous pruritis, contact dermatitis, allergic colitis, and allergic rhinitis Dizziness Area*: Main point for diagnosing and treating Dizziness Hunger Point*: The Key Point for Weight loss: Controls Appetite – for obesity and nervous overeating. Thirst Point: To control Excessive thirst due to Diabetes Mellitus, Diabetes Insipidus, and Nervous Overdrinking Cardia Point: The key point to relieve vomiting Hot Point: Improves Peripheral Circulation and Raises Body Temperature (i.e. Core and Peripheral Temperature) For Thromboangiitis Obliterans, Phlebitis, Raynaud’s disease. Rheumatic Line: Diagnose and Treat Rheumatic Disease Constipation Point: Diagnose & Treat Constipation Reduce Heart Rate Point*: The Main Synergistic/Adjunct Point for Heart Disease: e.g.: Auricular Fibrillation, Paroxysmal Tachycardia (for Tachycardia also look at Heart and Coronary Vascular Subcortex) Stop Asthma*: The Main Point for diagnosing and treating Asthma ( - Also look at Bronchus, Allergic Area) Nephritis Point*: Main Point for Diagnosing and Treating Nephritis: (- Also look at Kidney, Allergic Area, Endocrine)

Specific Points (Dr. Huang):
Tuberculosis Point: The reference point for diagnosing both intra- and extra- pulmonary T.B. ( - Also look at Unilateral and Bilateral Lung) Specific Tumor Area #1: Treating this area is NOT mentioned. Diagnosis is mostly from the Strong Electrical reaction – this is accompanied by a stabbing pain on palpation, a similar electrical and palpatory response on the posterior surface of the ear, immediately behind, and also on the corresponding body point. Specific Tumor Area #2: Treating this area is NOT mentioned: Diagnosis through Inspection and Palpation - e.g.: Dark Grey or Brown discoloration, small nodule(s). Coronary Heart Disease Groove: Treating this area is NOT mentioned. Diagnosing CHD and Arrhythmia: Deep wrinkle, ?positive electrical diagnosis? Tinnitus Groove: Treating this area is NOT mentioned. For Diagnosis of Tinnitus and Hearing Loss: The severity is revealed by the groove’s depth and length. Missing Tooth Grooves: For Diagnosis, NOT treatment Hypotension Groove: For Diagnosis, NOT treatment. Hepatomegaly Area: To Diagnose AND treat Hepatomegaly Splenomegaly Area: To Diagnose AND treat Splenomegaly Epilepsy Point: To Diagnose AND treat Epilepsy Anxious Point*: *The Main Point to Diagnose & Treat Emotional Disorders e.g.: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Nervous Fatigue Libido Point: To Treat Impotence and Low Libido Drunk Point: To Treat Alcoholism Blood Point: To Treat Blood Disorders Speed Hearing Point: To Treat Hearing Loss Be Happy Point*: *The Main Point to Treat Emotional Disorders – e.g.: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Nervous Fatigue Deep Sleep Point: Especially for Dream-Disturbed, Light Sleep with Difficulty Falling Asleep Again Dream Disturbed Sleep Area: Especially for Dream-Disturbed Sleep with Difficulty Falling Asleep Again Smart Point: Tonifies the Brain – can be used for Distractibility (?ADHD) and Alzheimer’s Disease

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