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What are Yuan Source Points? Points in each of the 12 regular channels where the source qi resides.
On the Six yin channels, the Yuan Source Pointes are the same as the _____ Shu Stream Points. On the Yang channels, the source point is the point just promixmal to the shu stream point.
Yuan Source Points are effective for treatment of disease in ___ the vicera (zang). They can also be palpated to identify vacuity and repletion of source qi in the organ related to the particular channel.
What are Luo Connecting points? (Network points). The place where the connecting vessel splits form the main channel. Each cannel that possesses its own oints has a luo point as do the rEn and Due and the spleen has 2.
What are Xi-Cleft Points? Xi means cleft or fissure. As qi and blood cirucate throught he channels they accumulate in the xi-cleft points and so there points can reflect repletion or vacuity in the channel.
What are Influential (Meeting Hui) Points? There are eight influential points or meeting hui points which are particularly useful in treating the aspect for which they are named.
What is the influential point for Zang Liver 13
What is the influential point for Fu Ren 12
Waht is the influential point for qi Ren 17
What is the influential point for Blood UB 17
What is the influential point for Sinews GB 34
What is the influential point for Marrow GB 39
What is the influential point for bone UB 11
What is the influential point for Vessels LU 9
What are Lower He-Sea Points? There are 3 lower he-sea points for the three foot yang channels, and three lower he-sea points represetning the three arm yang channels. These six points are called the lower he-sea points. They are indicated for diseases of the six bowels.
What is the Lower he-sea point for the stomach? And indications? ST 36Poor digestion, abdominal pain and distention, constipation, diarrhea
What is the lower he-sea point for the Large Intestine? and What are the indications? ST 37 Intestinal yong (abscess), appendicitis, swill diarrhea
What is the lower he-sea point for the Small Intestine? Indications? ST 39Diarrhea, abdominal pain, dysentery
What is the lower he-sea point for the Gall Bladder? Indications? GB 34Cholecystitis, bitter taste, vomiting
What is the lower he-sea point for the UB? Indications? UB 40Urinary block, enuresis
What is the lower he-sea point for the SJ? Indications? UB 39Urinary block, enuresis
What are the Eight Confluent Points? Each of the 8 confluent points is located on 1 of the 12 regular channels and is linked to, or "opens" one of the 8 extra vessels. These are used in pairs.
Eight Confluent Point Pairs Ren: LU 7Yin Qiao: KI 6Chong - SP 4Yin Wei PC6Du: SI 3Yang Qiao: UB 62Dai: GB 41Yang Wei: SJ 5
What are Front Mu Points? These are points ont he chest and abdomen where qi collects. They may be palpated for tenderness, lumps, gatherings, depressions, etc. - which may indicate pathology of the associated organ. Used to treat disorders of the 6 bowels.
What is the Front Mu point of the LU? Lu 1
Front Mu oint of Large Intestine? ST 25
Front Mu point of Stomach? Ren 12
Front Mu point of Spleen? LV 13
Front Mu point of Heart? RN 14
Front Mu point of Small Intestine? RN 4
Front Mu point of UB? RN 3
Front Mu point of Kidney? GB 25
Front Mu point of PC? RN 17
Front Mu point of SJ? Rn 5
Front Mu point of GB? GB 24
Front Mu point of LV? LV 14
What are the Back Shu points? Located ont he Bladder challel 1.5 cun lateral to the spine. There is one back shu point for each viscera and bowl and they are used to diagnose and treat the organ for which they are associated.
The back shu point for the Lu UB 13
The back shu point for the LI UB 25
The back shu oint for the ST UB 21
The back shu point for the HT UB 15
The back shu point for the SI UB 27
The back shu point for the UB UB 28
The back shu point for the Kidney UB 23
The back shu point for the PC UB 14
The back shu point for the SJ UB 22
The back shu point for the GB UB 19
The back shu point for the Lv UB 18
Command Points - indications ST 36 - digestive; UB 40 - back, esp lower back; LU 7 - Network pt, confluent point for ren, command point for Head and back of neck; LI 4 - for head and face; PC6 - similar to ST 36 but better for nausea/vomiting
Created by: gail22 on 2009-11-17



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