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Actions and Effects

Actions and Effects of Spleen Points

QuestionAnswer
Special Job of SP 6 3 Yin intersection pt
A+E of SP 5 Regulate SP and ST; GP to calm the spirit
A+E of SP 6 MP for all SP disorders: MP for reproductive, genitourinary disorders: MP for skin problems related with blood or dampness; MP for depression, insomnia and irritability *gyno* leukorrhea, edema
A+E of SP 8 Strengthen the spleen; MP for male infertility; GP for menstruation disorders in women *regulate menses*
A+E of SP 9 MP for *dampness anywhere in body*; MP for hepatitis and jaundice: GP for irregular menstruation, vaginal pain, infertility, swollen breast *leukorrhea*; in men GP for impotence, nocutranal emmissions.
A+E of SP 10 Nourish and tonify blood and cool the blood heat; thins blood: menstrual clots/blockage. MP for acute and chronic gyn. disoders from heat in blood or blood stagnation. Very moving and very cooling. *MP for damp heat in skin*. Strengthen's spleen and tr
A+E of SP 1 MP for strengthenign SP's function of governing blood; god for any blood disorders, esp bleeding problems. GP for uterine bleeding, hemorrhoids. *heavy prolonged periods*
A+E SP 2 GP for digestive disorders, Clears heat for febrile diseases; Expels damp heat esp flowing downward: *gout*
Which Pt is for gout SP 2
A+E of SP 3 MP for spleen tonification for digestive problems resulting form spleen def. GP for stomachache. GP for general weakness and fatigue of whole body
Which is the MP for spleen tonification? SP 3
Special EV job of SP 4 Master/confluent pt of Chong Mai
A+E of SP 4 *MP for severe abdo pain*, vomiting, diarrhea edema. It seems to support SP transforming and transporting. MP for abdo masses and lumps. GP for genitourinary and repro problems *irreg menses* Helps calm spirit with PC6.
Which of the SP's pt is the most tonifying? SP 3
Which SP pt is most moving? SP 4
Which Pt is a MP for reproductive and genitourinary disorders? SP 6
Which Pt is a MP for depression, insomnia and irritabilty? SP 6
Which Pt is a MP for all spleen disorders? SP 6
Which Pt is a MP for severe abdo pain, stomachache, vomiting etc.. SP 4
Which Pt is a MP for abdo masses and lumps esp in women SP 4
Which Pt is a MP for strengthening spleens function of governing blood SP 1
Which Pt is a MP for if regulating and tonifying blood, yin and essence? SP 6
Which Pt is a MP for dampness SP 9
Which Pt is a MP for hepatits and jaundice? SP 9
Which Pt is a MP for leucorrhea due to dampness SP 9
Which Pt is a MP for acute and chronic gyn disorders from heat in blood or blood stagnation SP 10
Which Pt is a MP for skin problems due to damp heat or bloodheat SP 10
Which is the most cooling and moving pt in the SP channel? SP 10
Compare SP 8 and SP 10? SP 10 is more cooling
Compare SP 6 and SP 10? SP 10 is more moving
How many pts on sp channel? 21
where does sp start/stop? start: medial side of big toestop: 6th intercostal space
Created by: nesaherbal on 2006-10-07



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