Acupoints on Spleen channel

Yinbai (Sp1) 隐白

• Meaning • Yin, hidden; bai, white The point is in a hidden region, where the color is white.

Location • On the medial side of the big toe. about 0. .1 cun psterior to the corner of the nail.

• abdominal distension • Sudden diarrhea .Indication: unconsiousness. • convulsion. apoplexy.

• indigestion. . • mental disorder.• epistaxis and hematochezia • irregular menstruation.

• Method • superficially 0.1 cun or peck into bleeding. •. .

sun. From this point the collateral of the Spleen Meridian connects with the Stomach Meridian. Sun here indicates collateral. connection. reficular collateral. .公孙(脾经4) Gongsun(SP4) • Gong.

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at the junction of the red and white skin. .Location • In the depression distal and inferior to the base of the 1st metatarsal bone.

vomiting. stomachache. 2. for local pains. abdominal pain. diarrhea. . main point for gastrointestinal diseases.Indication • 1.

.• Method • perpendicularly 0.2 cun.8-1.

.Remarks • Luo-Connecting Point.

Liver and Kidney Meridians . jiao. crossing. This is an intersecting point of the Spleen. three Yin meridians.三阴交(脾经6) Sanyinjiao(SP6) • Sanyin.

on the posterior border of the tibia.Location • 3 cun directly above the tip of the medial malleolus. .

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Indication • 1. often used with ZuSanli. . main point for gastrointestinal diseases.

etc.• 2. edema. enuresis. main point for diseases of urinary system. such as retention of urine. .

vaginal discharge. . such as impotence. main point for diseases of genital system. etc. spermatorrhea. amenorrhea.• 3. dysmenorrhea.

• 4. used to induce sedation and tranquilization by lowering the blood pressure. .

to treat pains and paralysis of the lower extremities. (足外翻) .• 5. especially suitable for strephexopodia.

the important point for anaesthesia on the lower part of the abdomen. .• 6.

5 cun.• Method • perpendicularly 1-1. • Remarks • Contraindicated use during pregnancy .

地机(脾经8) Diji(SP8) • Meaning • Di. ji. importance Di refers to the lower limbs where the point is located. earth. The local muscle is very thick and is an important region of the leg movement .

• 3 cun below the medial • condyle of the tibia. .

• seminal emission. dysentery. dysmenorrhea. edema. • diarrhea.Indication • irregular menstruation. .

• Remarks • Xi-Cleft Point.5-1. .5 cun.• Method • perpendicularly 0.

hill. spring. Yin of Yin-Yang. . quan.阴陵泉(脾经9) Yinlingquan(SP9) Yin. The interior is Yin. ling.

like a spring at the foot of a hill.• The point is in the depression at the inferior border of the medial epicondyle of the tibia. .

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.Location • In the depression on the lower border of the medial condyle of the tibia.

micturation.Indication • 1. urgent. edema. 3. pain of knee joint and surrounding soft tissues. . 2. pain in passing urine. polyurian. retention of urine. diarrhea.

• He-Sea Point Main point for promoting diuresis.• Method • perpendicularly 1-2 cun. .

sea. blood. . hai.血海(脾经10) Xuehai(SP10) Xue. in the sense of returning overflowed blood into the sea. This point is indicated in hematological diseases.

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.Location • 2 cun above the mediosuperior border of the patella.

• Indication • 1. dysmenorrhea. irregular menstruation. . etc.

• 2. . pain of the knee joint and surrouding soft tissues. eczema. urticaria. erysipelas. 3.

.5 cun.• Method • perpendicularly 1-1. • Main point for dermatosis.