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Zawartość................................................................................................................................................................................1 LUNG MERIDIAN 3-5 AM...................................................................................................................................................3 (LI) Large Intestine Meridian..................................................................................................................................................6 Spleen....................................................................................................................................................................................17 Heart .........................................................................................................................................................................18 Kidney .................................................................................................................................................................................19 Small Intestine.......................................................................................................................................................................20 ....................................................................................................................................................................................20 Pericardium...........................................................................................................................................................................21 Urinary bladder.....................................................................................................................................................................22 Tripple Heater ............................................................................................................................................................23 Liver......................................................................................................................................................................................24 Gall Bladder..........................................................................................................................................................................25 Conception Vessel .........................................................................................................................................................26 Governing Vessel..................................................................................................................................................................27 SP Qi Deficiency...................................................................................................................................................................28 SP Yang Deficiency..............................................................................................................................................................28 * Yin Arm Channels * (HT) •Heart * (PC) •Pericardium * (LU) •Lung * Yin Leg Channels * (SP) •Spleen * (LV) •Liver * (KD) •Kidney * Extraordinary Channels * (CV) •Conception Vessel * (GV) •Governing Vessel

* Others * Extraordinary Points ((EX) Extra Acupuncture Points: * Head & Neck * Sishencong, * Chinese Name Sishencong * English Name: God's Cleverness * Location: A group of 4 points, at the vertex, 1 cun posterior, anterior and lateral to GV 20. * Actions & Effects: * Pacifies wind and calms the spirit - useful for wind stroke, epilepsy, headache, dizziness, generally relaxation.

* Non-needle methods w/children for poor development, mental retardation, ADHD. * Issues w/memory or thinking, combine with GV 20 a/or GB 20. * Yintang, # Chinese Name Yintang # English Name Hall of Seal # Location: Midway between the medial ends of the eyebrows # Actions & Effects: # Calms the spirit - insomnia, anxiety, stress. # Frontal headache. # Sinus issues - congestion, sinusitis. # Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Eye and sinus issues, useful point for building the energy in the head during qi gong. * Yuyao, # Chinese Name Yuyao # English Name Fish Loin # Location: At the midpoint of the eyebrow in a depression directly above the pupil. # Precautions: No Moxa. # Actions & Effects: # Frontal headache a/or pain in the supraorbital region. # Disorders of the eyelids, pterygium. * Taiyang, # Chinese Name Taiyang # English Name Great Sun # Location: At temple, in a depression about 1 cun posterior to the midpoint between the lateral end of the eyebrow and the outer canthus of the eye. # Precautions: No Moxa. # Actions & Effects: # Temporal, one-sided a/or migraine headaches. # Eye issues - pain, swelling, redness, photophobia, visual acuity. # Local point for tootache, facial paralysis, pain, etc. # Classically mentioned in the Ode of the Jade Dragon for swelling of the breast (bleed bilaterally). # Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Headaches, dizziness, eye and/or sinus issues. For migraines use with GB 20 and LI 4. * Erjian, * Bitong, * Biyan, * Jinjin (L) & Yuye (R), * Bailao, * Anmian, * Yiming, * Tian Dong) * Chest & Abdomen (* Qipang, * Zigongxue) * Back & Waist ( * Huatuojiaji, * Dingchuan, * Yaoyan, * Shiqizhui (Josen)) * Upper Limbs ( * Jianqian, * Erbai, * Shixuan, * Sifeng, * Baxie, * Luozhen, * Yaotongxue) * Lower Extremities ( * Heding,, * Xiyan, * Dannang Xue, * Lanweixue * Nao Qing, * Shimian, * Bafeng) * Yang Arm Channels * (SI) •Small Intestine * (TH) •Triple Heater * (LI) •Large Intestine * Yang Leg Channels * (ST) •Stomach * (GB) •Gall Bladder * (UB) •Urinary Bladder

* Precautions: No Deep Needle Toward Sternum. Listed in our conditions treated section under * Asthma * Cough LU 2 Acupuncture Point .Yun Men . LU 4 Acupuncture Point .Tian Fu . * LU disharmonies involving Phlegm/Heat excess arising from the middle warmer . poor memory. difficult ingestion.Xia Bai . wheezing. * May be used for cough. on the LU 3 to LU 5 line. fuzzy/muddled thinking.LUNG MERIDIAN 3-5 AM LU 1 Acupuncture Point . * Cough.Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Tian Fu * English Name Celestial Storehouse * Location: 3 cun below the axillary fold on the radial side of the biceps brachii tendon. "melancholy crying ghost talk" (classical descriptions possibly for seeing ghost.Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Xia Bai * English Name Guarding White * Location: 1 cun below LU 3 on the radial side of the biceps brachii muscle. * Generally for heat related issues whether from excess or deficiency .goiters. * Precautions: No Moxa. * Point Associations: * Window of the Sky Point * Actions & Effects: * Window of the Sky Point.stress induced asthma. swellings in the neck. below the clavicle in a depression medial to the coracoid process. * LV invading the LU pathologies. etc. "floating corpse ghost talk".Zhong Fu . regulates head/body Qi flow .nosebleed. tension in the chest. * Actions & Effects: * Similar to LU 1 but used more often as a local shoulder point. level with the 1st ICS. coughing blood. depression. shortness of breath. LU 3 Acupuncture Point .vomiting. heart pain.Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Chi Ze * English Name Cubit Marsh * Location: At the cubital crease on the radial side of the biceps brachii tendon. especially of Excess Type .cough.useful for all LU Issues. being in constant long-term grief about someone who has passed. * Precautions: No Moxa.Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Zhong Fu * English Name Central Treasury * Location: 6 cun lateral to the anterior midline. * Point Associations: * Front Mu Point * Intersection Point of the LU & SP Meridians * Actions & Effects: * Lung Front MU Point .Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Yun Men * English Name Cloud Gate * Location: 6 cun lateral to the anterior midline. * Precautions: No Deep Needle Toward Sternum.).Chi Ze . * Pain in the medial aspect of the upper arm. * Actions & Effects: * Local Point. asthma. asthma. talking about ghosts a/or people who have died. chest pain. LU 5 Acupuncture Point . * Lung related spirit disharmonies . * Point Associations: .

possibly the upper body equivalent of UB 40. * Local point for pain along the meridian.bell's palsy. especially at the joints. * Upper body edema. * Dry hacking cough.* He Sea Point. * Point Associations: * Xi Cleft Point * Actions & Effects: * Xi Cleft Point . No Moxa.for Acute attacks of OPI's. * Precautions: Avoid Artery. LU 8 Acupuncture Point . * Pain of the thumb . chills/fever. tonifying Qi and Yin. coupled with KD 6 * Actions & Effects: * Exterior Wind . LU 6 Acupuncture Point .useful for any conditions involving these areas. phlegm-heat excess.Luo Connecting Point spreads over the thenar eminence.cough. * Precautions: Avoid Artery. * Acute/Chronic or Exterior/Interior Conditions. twitching. especially at night.Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Kong Zui * English Name Collection Hole * Location: 7 cun above LU 9 on the line joining LU 5 and LU 9. * Point Associations: * Jing River Point * Metal Point * Actions & Effects: * Not as broad of an effect as LU 7. sneezing. Japanese LU 7 is found proximal to the styloid process and it is on the LU 5 . LU 7 Acupuncture Point .Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Tai Yuan * English Name Great Abyss * Location: At the wrist crease on the radial side of the radial artery. runny nose.Kong Zui . * Local point for the elbow . asthma. superior to the styloid process of the radius (not on the LU 5 . * Point Associations: * Luo Connecting Point * Command Point of the Head and Posterior Neck * Master Point of the CV. * Point Associations: * Shu Stream Point * Earth Point . wheezing.Tai Yuan . hot skin conditions.tendonitis.Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Jing Qu * English Name Channel Ditch * Location: 1 cun above LU 9 on the line joining LU 5 & LU 9.treats genitourinary and gynecological issues also Yin deficient sore throat. * Water Point. * Internal Wind . * As Master Point of the CV. enuresis. tennis elbow.Jing Qu . LU 9 Acupuncture Point . still useful for expelling wind. * Actions & Effects: * He Sea Point .LU 9 line.Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Lie Que * English Name Broken Sequence * Location: 1. scratchy throat. * Command Point of the Head and Posterior Neck . sore throat. * Pain in the area of KD 1 .body aches. * Classically noted for the 5 types of Lumbar Pain .Lie Que . lockjaw. spasms. paired with KD 6 of the Yin Qiao Mai .plantar fascitis.LU 9 line in TCM). usually wind-heat or wind-dry .carpal tunnel syndrome. * Wrist pain .5 cun above the wrist crease.useful for counterflow Qi/diarrhea.

* Revival point especially from wind-stroke.Yu Ji .cough. * Point Associations: * Ying Spring Point * Fire Point * Actions & Effects: * Clear Excess or Deficiency Heat from the LU Channel and Organ. * Hui Meeting Point of the Vessls . arm pain along meridian.* Yuan Source Point * Hui Meeting Point of the Vessels * Actions & Effects: * Tonify LU Qi and Yin .Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Yu Ji * English Name Fish Border * Location: On the radial aspect of the 1st metacarpal at the midpoint of the bone at the junction of the red and white skin. chronic runny nose w/watery discharge. clarifying an indescernible pulse (for diagnosis). . wheezing. * Sore throat w/excess heat.1 cun posterior to the thumb nail on the radial side. * Point Associations: * Jing Well Point * Wood Point * Actions & Effects: * Extreme sore throat (may bleed point to reduce heat). asthma.Shao Shang .Lung Meridian * Chinese Name Shao Shang * English Name Lesser Shang * Location: . LU 11 Acupuncture Point . * Reckless bleeding from heat. * Wrist pain. SOB. * Palpitations. * Precautions: No Moxa. LU 10 Acupuncture Point .circulation issues.

Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Er Jian * English Name Second Space * Location: On the radial side of the index finger distal to the 2nd metacarpophalangeal joint in a depression at the border of the red and white skin. * Diarrhea.(LI) Large Intestine Meridian LI 1 Acupuncture Point . for heat. for eye and ear pain and inflammation. * Point Associations: * Shu Stream Point * Wood Point * Actions & Effects: * Expel wind and heat particularly from the throat. * Point Associations: * Jing Well Point * Metal Point * Actions & Effects: * Jing Well Point. face and eyes. eye redness and pain. * Sedation Point and Ying Spring Point. stagnation.1 cun posterior to the corner of the nail on the radial side of the index finger. sore throat. pain. treats excess and clears heat from opposite end of the channel. toothache.Er Jian .Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name San Jian * English Name Third Space * Location: On the radial side of the index finger. coma LI 2 Acupuncture Point . teeth. for toothache. proximal to the head of the 2nd metacarpal bone. LI 3 Acupuncture Point .Shang Yang Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Shang Yang * English Name Metal Yang * Location: . gum inflammation.San Jian . * LI 2 & LI 3 are not used often clinically as LI 4 & LI 11 have broader applications. * Point Associations: * Ying Spring Point * Water Point * Sedation Point * Actions & Effects: * Shown to increase saliva production and to effect the areas of the brain involved in saliva production. Useful for dry mouth (xerostomia). mouth. * Bleed for high fever. * Precautions: No Moxa. LI 4 Acupuncture Point . especially at the opposite end of the channel.He Gu .Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name He Gu * English Name Union Valley .

LI 8 Acupuncture Point . * Point Associations: * Xi Cleft Point * Actions & Effects: * Xi Cleft Point useful for pain due to stagnation along the meridian in the shoulders. * The Luo channel travels upward to the face effecting the jaw. especially frontal a/or sinus (yangming area). teeth and ears. influences the descending and dispersing function of the Lungs . etc. nosebleeds. for excessive sweating tonify LI 4 then disperse KD 7 and vice versa.Xia Lian . improves immunity * Regulates the sweat glands.sense organs. * Actions & Effects: * The following relationships exist between the ST and the LI and can be used to treat ST. * Promote labor or for retained placenta LI 5 Acupuncture Point . * Precautions: No Moxa. * Point Associations: * Luo Connecting Point * Actions & Effects: * Luo Connecting Point.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Pian Li * English Name Veering Passageway * Location: 3 cun above the crease of the wrist on the LI 5 to LI 11 line. elbows and wrist." may be useful in manic conditions. deafness. LI 4 & LV 3 to strongly move the Qi and Blood in the body clearing stagnation and alleviating pain. eye problems. jaw. tinnitus. * Point Associations: * Yuan Source Point * Entry Point * Command Point for face. nose." may be useful in manic conditions. * Classically noted with LI 7 for "seeing ghosts.Pian Li . mouth & jaw * Actions & Effects: * Releases the exterior for wind-cold or wind-heat syndromes * Strengthens the wei qi. toothache. teeth.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Xia Lian * English Name Lower Ridge * Location: 4 cun below LI 11 on the LI 5 to LI 11 line. * Classically noted with LI 5 for "seeing ghosts. rhinitis. * Toothache use both LI 4 & ST 44 . acne. * Headache. * Chronic Pain * Influence the circulation of Qi and Blood . LI 6 Acupuncture Point .useful for upperbody edema a/or facial puffiness.Yang Xi . toothache. No Needle in Pregnancy.Use the four gates.Wen Liu .Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Yang Xi * English Name Yang Ravine * Location: On the radial side of the wrist in a depression between extensor pollicis longus and brevis tendons. allergies. * Any problem on the face . LI and SI organ problems: .Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Wen Liu * English Name Warm Dwelling * Location: 5 cun above the crease of the wrist (LI 5). mouth. * Point Associations: * Jing River Point * Fire Point * Actions & Effects: * Local point for wrist pain.LI for the lower jaw & ST for the upper jaw.* Location: In the middle of the 2nd metacarpal bone on the radial side. hay fever. LI 7 Acupuncture Point . found when the thumb is tilted upward.

Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Qu Chi * English Name Pool at the Bend * Location: At the lateral end of the transverse cubital crease midway between LU 5 and the lateral epicondyle of the humerus. * Expels summer heat with UB 40 & SP 10. clear Yang Ming fire . LI 12 Acupuncture Point . acne). pain in the arm/shoulder/neck. anemia. elbow & wrist pain issues. itchiness). LI 10 Acupuncture Point . * Actions & Effects: * The following relationships exist between the ST and the LI and can be used to treat ST.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Zhou Liao * English Name Elbow Bone Hole * Location: With the elbow flexed. * Actions & Effects: . itchy.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Shou San Li * English Name Arm Three Li * Location: 2 cun below LI 11 on the LI 5 to LI 11 line.Shou San Li .Shang Lian . patients with the 4 bigs.). * Stagnation in the large intestine . general achiness in these areas. red. LI and SI organ problems: * SI: LI 8 & ST 39 * LI: LI 9 & ST 37 * ST: LI 10 & ST 36 * Local point for shoulder. herpes zoster. LI 11 Acupuncture Point . * Epigastric & abdominal pain. elbow. ulcers. * ST Excess Issues. * Calms the spirit. stroke. * Actions & Effects: * The following relationships exist between the ST and the LI and can be used to treat ST. * Numbness of the limbs . and arm pain.* SI: LI 8 & ST 39 * LI: LI 9 & ST 37 * ST: LI 10 & ST 36 * Blood in the urine arising from heat in the SI . etc. vomiting. LI 2 or LI 4. LI and SI organ problems: * SI: LI 8 & ST 39 * LI: LI 9 & ST 37 * ST: LI 10 & ST 36 * Shoulder. oozing & inflamed (hives. * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Abdominal issues. builds energy level. stroke recovery. LI 9 Acupuncture Point . * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Useful for any blood circulation issue (raynaud's.Zhou Liao . atrophy.particularly the upper limbs. tennis elbow. * Point Associations: * He Sea Point * Earth Point * Tonification Point * Ghost Point * Actions & Effects: * Reduction of high fevers. dark/difficult urination. tremors . * Elbow and upper limb disorders. pain and inflammation. * Less dispersive & more tonifying than other LI points. on the radial side of the upper arm 1 cun above LI 11 at the border of the humerus (1 cun superolateral to LI 11). * Hot flashes a/or menstrual issues with heat in the Blood. * Paralysis in the upper limbs. may be used with UB 40 for any skin disease.use with CV 3 & ST 39. combine with LI 1. for heat stroke add SI 3.abdominal pain. * Damp Heat skin diseases.mania. skin problems (hives. burning diarrhea.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Shang Lian * English Name Upper Ridge * Location: 3 cun below LI 11 on the LI 5 to LI 11 line.Qu Chi .expels wind dampness from the channel. headaches. any digestive issues.

* Falls into the category of Window of the Sky points within the Tam Healing system. * Resolve Blood stagnation in the chest & lungs.Fu Tu . The left side is used more for physical complaints and the right side more for psychological issues due to the internal connections of the common carotid.Bi Nao . rotator cuff injuries. particularly chronic issues related to blood stasis.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Ju Gu * English Name Great Bone * Location: In the upper aspect of the shoulder between the acromial extremity of the clavicle and the spine of the scapula. 7 cun above LI 11 at the insertion of the deltoid muscle. adhesive capsulitis. swelling. LI 16 Acupuncture Point . * Scrofula LI 15 Acupuncture Point . pain. * Seminal emission due to taxation. sensation of something "stuck" in the throat ("plum pit qi").Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Shou Wu Li * English Name Arm Five Li * Location: 3 cun above LI 11 on the LI 15 to LI 11 line. vomiting a/or coughing of Blood.Tian Ding .redness. * Scrofula LI 14 Acupuncture Point . * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Used to effect the circulation within the carotid artery. brain tumors. loss of voice. LI 17 Acupuncture Point . cough. * Actions & Effects: * Sore throat.* Local point for pain in the elbow and/or upper arm.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Bi Nao * English Name Upper Arm * Location: On the radial side of the upper arm. * Precautions: Avoid Artery. dyslexia.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Tian Ding * English Name Celestial Tripod * Location: On the lateral side of the neck. MS.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Jian Yu * English Name Shoulder Bone * Location: Anterior and inferior to the acromion in a depression found with the arm abducted. . and many brain issues related to circulation as well as the full range of psychological issues. Useful for alzheimer's. LI 18 Acupuncture Point .Jian Yu .Shou Wu Li .Ju Gu . 1 cun below LI 18 on the posterior border of the SCM. frozen shoulder. * Point Associations: * Intersecting point of the SI. any ROM issues.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Fu Tu * English Name Protuberance Assistant * Location: Level with the tip of the Adam's Apple between the sternal and clavicular heads of the SCM. tennis elbow. * Weakness in the upper arms * Benefits the eyes . LI & Yang Qiao Meridians * Actions & Effects: * Shoulder Disorders. * Point Associations: * Intersecting point of the LI & Yang Qiao Meridians * Actions & Effects: * Adjunctive point with LI 15 for shoulder issues. * Actions & Effects: * Local point for pain in the shoulder and upper arm. * Actions & Effects: * Local point for pain in the elbow and upper arm. * Difficulty breathing. vomiting of blood. LI 13 Acupuncture Point .

* Point Associations: * Window of the Sky Point * Actions & Effects: * Window of the Sky Point for sudden loss of voice with qi obstruction in the throat. level with the midpoint of the lateral border of the ala nasi. heart. sinusitis. rhinitis. nasal discharge. any nose a/or sinus issues. LI 19 Acupuncture Point . etc.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name He Liao * English Name Grain Bone Hole * Location: Directly below the lateral margin of the nostril level with GV 26 * Precautions: No Moxa. may also be useful for low blood pressure. * High blood pressure.Ying Xiang . intestine and gall bladder issues . * Precautions: No Moxa. often combined with LI 17 and the huatuo of C3. * Nasal polyps. sores. nasal polyps. * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Sinus issues. for which Window of the Sky Points are sometimes indicated. allergies. Due to the connection with the vagus it is useful for lung.Large Intestine Meridian * Chinese Name Ying Xiang * English Name Welcome Fragrance * Location: In the nasolabial groove.He Liao . * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Used to effect the circulation of the common carotid artery as well as effect the vagus nerve. * Nosebleed (combination with GV 23 and LI 19) LI 20 Acupuncture Point . esophagus. Often combined with LI 19 and other local points.reflux. stomach. * Point Associations: * Exit Point * Intersection point of the LI & ST Channels * Actions & Effects: * Loss of smell or taste. * Point Associations: * Intersecting point of the LI & ST Channels * Actions & Effects: * Sinus congestion. palpitations. digestive issues. * Falls into the category of Window of the Sky points within the Tam Healing system. .

. * Precautions: No Moxa.Cheng Qi Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Chengqi * English Name Tear Container * Location: Below the pupil. although ST 2 is a good alternative and arguably safer to needle. * Point Associations: * Entry Point. * Actions & Effects: * Any eye issue. CV & Yangqiao Meridians. between the eyeball and the infraorbital ridge. * Intersection Point of the ST.(ST) Stomach Meridian ST 1 Acupuncture Point . Slow Insert and No Manipulation.

ST 3 Acupuncture Point .Di Cang . with cheeks bulged. in a depression at the infraorbital foramen. * Actions & Effects: * Facial pain . LI & Yangqiao Meridians. trigeminal neuralgia. * Point Associations: * Intersection Point of the ST.Bell's palsy.Da Ying . LI & Yangqiao Meridians.Si Bai .Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Daying * English Name Great Reception * Location: Anterior to the angle of the mandible on the anterior border of the masseter muscle in a groove-like depression (facial artery groove). * Actions & Effects: * Local point.ST 2 Acupuncture Point . * Actions & Effects: * Local point.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Jiache .Ju Liao .Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Juliao * English Name Great Bone-Hole * Location: Directly below the pupil in a depression at the level of the border of the ala nasi.Jia Che .Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Dicang * English Name Earth Granary * Location: Directly below the pupil.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Sibai * English Name Four Whites * Location: Below the pupil. good alternative to ST 1. paralysis. lateral to the corner of the mouth. ST 5 Acupuncture Point . * Actions & Effects: * Any eye problem. ST 4 Acupuncture Point . * Point Associations: * Intersection Point of the ST. ST 6 Acupuncture Point . * Precautions: AA.

4. * Precautions: No Moxa. * Sea of Qi Point. * Actions & Effects: * Eliminate wind from the face . Bell's palsy. * Point Associations: * Window of the Sky Point. AA.lowering high blood pressure. * Actions & Effects: * Classically mentioned for "splitting headache.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Renying * English Name Man's Prognosis * Location: Level with the tip of the Adam's Apple on the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoideus muscle (where the pulse of the common cartoid artery is felt).Xia Guan . * Precautions: No Moxa. with mouth closed.5 cun within the anterior hairline at the corner of the forehead.5 cun lateral to the midline of the head (GV 24). . * Actions & Effects: * In ancient times the ST Qi was assessed by palpating the pulse here and at ST 42. * Actions & Effects: * TMJ.* English Name Jawbone * Location: One finger width anterior and superior to the angle of the mandible at the belly of the masseter muscle with teeth clenched. toothache.Tou Wei . * Regulation of Blood Pressure . in a depression between the zygomatic arch and the mandibular notch. headache w/eye pain (migraine). NDN. twitching. facial pain/paralysis. * Intersection Point of the ST & GB Channels. ST 8 Acupuncture Point . * Hair loss.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Touwei * English Name Head Corner * Location: Directly above ST 7. ST 7 Acupuncture Point .Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Xiaguan * English Name Below the Joint * Location: On the face. anterior to the ear. headache w/nausea/vomiting." * Dizziness.Ren Ying .TMJ. facial pain. . * Point Associations: * Intersection Point of the ST & GB Meridians. upper jaw toothache. ST 9 Acupuncture Point .

that radiates to neck). * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Used to effect the common carotid artery. tennis elbow. * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Used to effect the circulation within the common carotid artery and the vagus nerve. * Falls into the category of Window of the Sky points within the Tam Healing system. 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline. etc. * Internal branch of the ST meridian connects here directly from the Stomach.Qi She . * Falls into the category of Window of the Sky points within the Tam Healing system. cancer of the larynx. etc. * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Main point to open the circulation of the common carotid artery.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Quepen * English Name Empty Basin * Location: In the midpoint of the supraclavicular fossa.Shu Itu * Chinese Name Shuitu * English Name Water Prominence * Location: Midway between ST 9 and ST 11 at the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoideus muscle. bladder cancer.restores Qi flow between the body and the head . Useful for conditions such as acid reflux. constipation. it is fine to use. etc.tightness/pain. carpal tunnel syndrome.Qi Hu . * Actions & Effects: * Local point. * Neck/throat issues .Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Qihu * English Name Qi Door * Location: 4 cun lateral to the AML at the lower border of the clavicle. for Tong Ren and light tuina. hypertension. ST 13 Acupuncture Point . * Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Used to effect the circulation within the subclavian artery. With acupuncture and tuina we often use LI 18 instead as it is safer. however.* Window of the Sky Point . arteriosclerosis. Spleen & Diaphragm . Useful for bursitis.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Qishe * English Name Qi Abode * Location: At the superior border of the clavicle between the sternal and clavicular heads of the sternocleidomastoideus muscle. ST 12 Acupuncture Point .Que Pen .tonify middle warmer. ST 11 Acupuncture Point . . * Falls into the category of Window of the Sky points within the Tam Healing system. Useful for issues such as high cholesterol.useful with headache. * Actions & Effects: * Shoulder pain (esp. kidney cancer. * Actions & Effects: * Local point. ST 10 Acupuncture Point . * Falls into the category of Window of the Sky points within the Tam Healing system. chest tightness.

No Moxa. * Precautions: No Needle. ST 15 Acupuncture Point .Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Ruzhong * English Name Breast Center * Location: 4 cun lateral to the AML in the 4th ICS. ST 17 Acupuncture Point .Ku Fang .Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Wuyi * English Name Roof * Location: 4 cun lateral to the AML in the 2nd ICS. * Actions & Effects: * Local point.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Kufang * English Name Storeroom * Location: 4 cun lateral to the AML in the 1st ICS.* Precautions: NDN. * Actions & Effects: * Local point.Ru Zhong .Ying Chuang . * Precautions: NDN. * Precautions: NDN. * Actions & Effects: * Local point.Wu Yi .Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Yingchuang * English Name Breast Window * Location: 4 cun lateral to the AML in the 3rd ICS. ST 16 Acupuncture Point . * Actions & Effects: * Local point. * Precautions: NDN. * Actions & Effects: . ST 14 Acupuncture Point .

* Never needled or treated. * Actions & Effects: * Breast disorders. * Precautions: NDN.Ru Gen .com/acupuncturepoints/stomach_meridian_graphic . http://www. ST 19 Acupuncture Point . ST 18 Acupuncture Point . insufficient lactation. pain/swelling.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Burong * English Name Not Contained * Location: 2 cun lateral to the AML level with CV 14. mastitis. * Actions & Effects: * Local point.Stomach Meridian * Chinese Name Rugen * English Name Breast Root * Location: 4 cun lateral to the AML in the 5th ICS.Bu Rong .yinyanghouse.

Spleen .

Heart .

Kidney .

Small Intestine .

Pericardium .

Urinary bladder .

Tripple Heater .

Liver .

Gall Bladder .

Conception Vessel .

Governing Vessel .

swollen w/teethmarks * Pulse: Empty * General Treatment Points: * Maciocia Treatment Points w/Valaskatagis commentary.resolve dampness * CV 9 . swollen w/teethmarks * Pulse: Deep * General Treatment Points: * Maciocia Treatment Points w/Valaskatagis commentary.SP Shu * UB 21 . effect fluids in the lower and middle warmers . weakness of the four limbs. cold limbs.SP Qi Deficiency * General Signs & Symptoms: Poor appetite.TH Shu. modifications and additions * Same points as SP Qi Deficiency but you would use moxa and add the following points to further tonify the SP * SP 9 . could leave this out * UB 20 . loose stools * Tongue: Pale. chilliness. modifications and additions * CV 12 . fatigue. distention after eating * ST 36 . wet.ST Mu.tonify ST/SP * SP 6 .resolve dampness in the lower warmer * UB 22 . edema (more in the middle warmer) * Tongue: Pale.resolve dampness in the middle warmer * ST 28 .best with dampness in the channels. distention after eating.ST Shu SP Yang Deficiency * General Signs & Symptoms: A further progression of SP Qi Deficiency above with more cold signs.tonify SP Qi * SP 3 .

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