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Auricular Points ALL

Point Location Description (and Function)

QuestionAnswer
TRAGUS: Midway betwen Adrenal and External Nose Hunger
TRAGUS: Midway between Tragic Apex and External Nose Thirst
TRAGUS: Center of outer (lateral) aspect of tragus, forming equilateral triangle with Tragic Apex and Adrenal points External Nose
TRAGUS: At tip of LOWER prominence on border of tragus (lower hump) Adrenal
TRAGUS: (Upper apex of tragus) Tragic Apex
TRAGUS; (Lower apex of tragus) Adrenal
TRAGUS: At tip of UPPER prominence on border of tragus (upper hump) Tragic Apex
TRAGUS: In the depression slighly anterior to the Supratragic Notch (on tragus) External Ear
TRAGUS: In the center of UPPER half of INNER aspect of tragus (behind THIRST, inside wall of tragus) Throat (aka Pharynx-Larynx)
TRAGUS: In the center of LOWER half of INNER aspect of tragus (behind HUNGER, inside wall of tragus) Internal Nose
Functions (Actions) for ADRENAL point The 3 Anti's of adrenaline: Anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-rheumatic
Functions (Actions) for ADRENAL point Regulates adrenal gland
Functions (Actions) for ADRENAL point Regulates "vaso motion"
Functions (Actions) for ADRENAL point "Anti-shock"
Functions (Actions) for ADRENAL point Expels Wind
Indication for ADRENAL point Addison's
Indication for ADRENAL point Cushing's
Indication for ADRENAL point various inflammatory diseases
Indication for ADRENAL point "fever"
Indication for ADRENAL point various allergic diseases
Indication for ADRENAL point arthritis
Indication for ADRENAL point HYPOtension, shock, bleeding
Indication for ADRENAL point acute bronchial asthma, asthmatic bronchitis
Indication for ADRENAL point "asthma attack"
TRIANGULAR FOSSA: Pelvic cavity At lateral angle of Triangular Fossa, at the junction of the Superior and Inferior Antihelix Crus
TRIANGULAR FOSSA: Ear Shenmen Upper part of the lateral 1/3 of Triangular Fossa
TRIANGULAR FOSSA: Triangular Depression In the center of the Triangular Fossa
TRIANGULAR FOSSA: Internal genitalia (aka UTERUS!) In the medial 1/3 of the Triangular Fossa
TRIANGULAR FOSSA: Constipation In the INFERIOR MEDIAL aspect of the Triangular Fossa. Form an equilateral triangle with Sciatic (medial 2/3 of Inferior AntiHelix Crus) and Sympathetic (lateral border of Inferior AntiHelix Crus, "near the upper edge")
TRIANGULAR FOSSA: Lowering Blood Pressure (Superior Triangular Fossa) Superio-medial aspect of Triangular Fossa (upper corner, on lateral lower border where Superior AntiHelix Crus meets Helix
SCAPHA: Finger Top of scapha
SCAPHA: Wind Stream (Allergy Point) Midway between Finger & Wrist OR.. "about same level as Auricular Tubercle (Liver Yang)"
SCAPHA: Wrist Midway between Elbow and Finger
SCAPHA: Elbow Midway between Finger & Clavicle
SCAPHA: Shoulder Midway between Elbow and Clavicle
SCAPHA: Clavicle On scapha on same level as AntiTragus (??) and AntiHelix
INFERIOR ANTIHELIX CRUS: Buttocks Lateral 1/3 of Inferior AntiHelix Crus
INFERIOR ANTIHELIX CRUS: Sciatic Nerve Medial 2/3 of Inferior AntiHelix Crus
INFERIOR ANTIHELIX CRUS: Sympathetic At the end of the Inferior AntiHelix Crus, near the UPPER EDGE
SUPERIOR ANTIHELIX CRUS: Toe At the superior-LATERAL corner of Superior AntiHelix Crus
SUPERIOR ANTIHELIX CRUS: Heel At superior-MEDIAL corner of Superior AntiHelix Crus
SUPERIOR ANTIHELIX CRUS: Ankle "Midway" between Heel and Knee (diagram shows it not exactly "midway" between, because it forms kind of a squashed triangle with Toe and Knee)
SUPERIOR ANTIHELIX CRUS: Knee In the CENTER of the Superior AntiHelix Crus
SUPERIOR ANTIHELIX CRUS: Hip Lower 1/3 of Superior AntiHelix Crus
HELIX: Rectum On the end of the Helix, above the SupraTragic Notch, @ same level as large Intestine point
HELIX: Urethra Level with lower border of the Inferior AntiHelix Crus, @ same level as Bladder point
HELIX: External Genitalia Level of upper border of Inferior AntiHelix Crux
HELIX: Hemorrhoid Point (aka Anus) On edge of Helix, midway between Ear Apex and Superior Auricular ROOT
HELIX: Er Jian (aka Ear Apex) When the ear is bent forward, the point is at the tip of the fold, on the superior aspect of the Helix. OR... At the tip of the auricle, superiorto Helix, when folded TOWARD TRAGUS
HELIX: Liver Yang (aka Lesser Occipital Nerve) Located @ CENTER OF Auricular TUBERCLE
HELIX 1 @ level of Wrist/used for Wrist pain
HELIX 2 @ level of Elbow/used for Elbow pain
HELIX 3 @ level of Shoulder/used for Shoulder pain
HELIX 4 @ level of Neck/used for Neck pain
HELIX 5 @ kevek of Ear/used for Otitis
HELIX 6 @ level of Tonsil/Used for Tonsillitis
ANTIHELIX: Lumbosacral Vertabrae (area) Upper 1/3 of the AntiHelix BODY
HELIX CRUS: Point Zero (aka Diaphragm, Middle Ear) The CENTER of the Helix Crus
ANTIHELIX: Cervical Vertabrae (area) Lower 1/3 of AntiHelix BODY
ANTIHELIX: Thoracic Vertabrae (area) Middle 1/3 of AntiHelix BODY
ANTIHELIX: Neck On inner edge of AntiHelix BODY, in center of Cervical area
ANTIHELIX: Chest k
ANTIHELIX: Abdomen k
ANTIHELIX: Thyroid Midway between Neck and Cervical Vertabrae
ANTIHELIX: Mammary gland "Two points that would form the base of an inverted triangle with Chest point as its apex." (Get it? Chest with 2 nipples-- just upside down.)
ANTIHELIX: Mammary gland (location #2): "Medial and lateral sides of Thoracic Vertabrae point
Caution/Contraindication for Er Jian Hypotension
Caution/Contraindication for Sympathetic said to dilate BV, so also Hypotension. But also bleeding disorders, "atrophic gastritis," (b/c said to "inhibit gastric secretion"), also "abdominal distention"
Regulates sympathetic AND parasympathetic NS Sympathetic Point
"Key point for internal organ pain" Sympathetic Point
Treats function d/o of Autonomous Nervous System Sympathetic Point
Anti/spasmotic point Sympathetic Point
Relieves (internal organ) Pain Sympathetic Point
Regulates blood vessel tone (vasodilation) Sympathetic Point
Inhibits gastrointestinal secretion Sympathetic Point
Regulates sweat glands Sympathetic Point
Regulates sebaceious glands Sympathetic Point
Regulates Adrenal glands Adrenal Point
Clears Heat (anti-inflammatory) Adrenal Point
Anti-allergy (but not Wind Stream!) Adrenal Point
Anti-rheumatic Adrenal Point
Regulates Vasomotion (hypotension, shock, bleeding) Adrenal Point
Anti-shock point Adrenal Point
"Expels Wind" (emergency point) Adrenal Point
Asthma Attack (best point for now) Adrenal Point
Expels Wind and STOPS ITCHING Wind Stream
Anti-allergy (especially for change of seasons) Wind Stream
Allergic rhinitis, bronchial asthma, hay fever Wind Stream
Allergic COLITIS (!!??), urticaria, contact dermatitis, any miscellaneous dermatologic itching Wind Stream
Calms the Liver Liver Yang point
Liver Yang excess Liver Yang point
Liver Qi Stagnation!! Liver Yang point
OCCIPITAL HEADACHE Liver Yang point
"Chronic hepatitis" Liver Yang point
Clears Excess Heat & Windq Er Jian
Relieves pain, activates blood, removes stasis Er Jian
Anti-inflammation Er Jian
Lowers BP & pacifies liver Er Jian
Promotes sedatation Er Jian
Clears & improves vision Er Jian
Promotes anti-allergy Er Jian
High fever (prick) Er Jian
Sore throat Er Jian
Irritability Er Jian
Upper body pain Er Jian
Headache, migraine Er Jian
Toothache Er Jian
"Arthritis" Er Jian
"Painful diseases" Er Jian
Respiratory tract infections Er Jian
Eye inflammation Er Jian
"Neurasthenia" Er Jian
Dizziness Er Jian
Disease of the eye (including stye) Er Jian
"Acute allergic disorders" Er Jian
Dermatosis Er Jian
Caution for use of Er Jian? Low blood pressure
Calms shen Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Subdues rebellious ST qi Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Stops bleeding Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Expels wind Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Subdues pain Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Regulates diaphragm Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Mental/emotional disorders Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Hiccup Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Belching Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Indigestion/nausea Point Zero (Diaphragm)
"Bleeding (any kind, especially INTERNAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)" Point Zero (Diaphragm)
Skin disorders Point Zero (Diaphragm)
urticaria Point Zero (Diaphragm)
eczema Point Zero (Diaphragm)
acne Point Zero (Diaphragm)
"Regulates sensitivity to other auricular points" Point Zero (Diaphragm)
ANTITRAGUS: At the Helix-Tragic Notch (at AntiHelix-AntiTragus Notch) Brain stem
ANTITRAGUS: Midway between Brain stem and Parotid (midway between Antihelix-Antitragus & Antitragus Apex) Pituitary Gland (aka Brain Point aka Middle Border aka Central Rim)
ANTITRAGUS: At tip of AntiTragus (AntiTragic Apex) Parotid Gland (aka Soothing ASTHMA)
ANTITRAGUS: At posterior-superior corner of lateral aspect of AntiTragus Occiput
ANTITRAGUS: On AntiTragus, midway between Forehead and Occiput points Temple (aka Hearing Center)
ANTITRAGUS: At anterior-inferior corner of lateral aspect of AntiTragus (medial-superior) Forehead (executive function)
ANTITRAGUS: INNER WALL OF AntiTragues (anterior/medial 1/2 of this area) Sub-Cortex Region (Brain region)
ANTITRAGUS EXTRA POINTS: The triangular area enclosed by Pituitary point, Brain Stem point, and the MIDPOINT between Pituitary and Occiput points Dizziness Region
ANTITRAGUS EXTRA POINTS: On INNER WAY of AntiTragus. "End of midline of INNER WALL near junction of AntiTragus with Cavum Concha"!! Thalamus aka Hypothalamus
ANTITRAGUS EXTRA POINTS: On INNER WALL of AntiTragus, 0.2 cm below Parotid point Testes
ANTITRAGUS EXTRA POINTS: On INNER WALL of AntiTragus, midway between Testes and Thalamus points EXCITING point
ANTITRAGUS EXTRA POINTS: Anterior (medial)-inferior RIM of AntiTragus, where AntiTragus meets InterTragic Notch Ovary point
PERIPHERY (ABOVE & BELOW THE) HELIX CRUS: "Near" the posterior-superior border of opening of "exteneral auditory canal" (External ear point is "At" this juncture) Mouth point
PERIPHERY (ABOVE & BELOW THE) HELIX CRUS: Medial 2/3 of inferior aspect of Helix Crus Esophagus
PERIPHERY (ABOVE & BELOW THE) HELIX CRUS: Lateral 2/3 of inferior aspect of Helix Crus Cardiac orifice
"PERIPHERY" HELIX CRUS: Where HC terminates Stomach
PERIPHERY (ABOVE & BELOW THE) HELIX CRUS: Lateral 1/3 of superior aspect of Helix Crus Duodenum
PERIPHERY (ABOVE & BELOW THE) HELIX CRUS: Middle 1/3 of superior aspect of Helix Crus Small intestine
PERIPHERY (ABOVE & BELOW THE) HELIX CRUS: Medial 1/3 of superior aspect of Helix Crus Large intestine
PERIPHERY (ABOVE & BELOW THE) HELIX CRUS: Midway between Small Intestine and Large Intestine points Appendix
CYMBA (SUPERIOR) CONCHA: The area posterior (lateral) to Stomach and Duodenum points Liver
CYMBA (SUPERIOR) CONCHA: On superior border of Cymba Concha, directly above Small Intestine point Kidney
CYMBA (SUPERIOR) CONCHA: On superior border of Cymba Concha, directly above Large Intestine point Bladdder (above LI!!??) point
CYMBA (SUPERIOR) CONCHA: On superior border of Cymba Concha, directly above Duodenum point (Text says, between Liver point and Kidney point) Pancreas point (L ear), Gallbladder pont (R ear)
CYMBA (SUPERIOR) CONCHA: Between Kidney point and Bladder point Ureter point
CYMBA (SUPERIOR) CONCHA: In the superior-anterior (medial) CORNER of the Cymba Concha Prostate point
CYMBA (SUPERIOR) CONCHA: In "central depression" of Cyma Concha. "General area that overlaps with other points" Ascites Region aka "Drunk Point" aka Center of Cymba Concha point
CAVUM CONCHA: In central depression of Cavum Concha Heart point
CAVUM CONCHA: Upper (central) region of Cavum Concha, just above Heart Upper Lung
CAVUM CONCHA: Lower (central) region of Cavum Concha, just below Heart Lower Lung
CAVUM CONCHA: The region medial (anterior) to Heart point. (Text says, "area between Heart point and Mouth point) Trachea
CAVUM CONCHA: In lateral-superior aspect of Cavum Concha, directly below Liver point Spleen point
CAVUM CONCHA: The VERY BASE (narrow pit) of the Cavum Concha, where it dips into the InterTragic Notch ENDOCRINE!!
CAVUM CONCHA: Just superior to the Endocrine region, int eh inferior portion of the Cavum Concha San Jiao
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BACK OF AURICULE: Junction of back auricle and MASTOID PROCESS, on same level as Helix Crus Vagus Root (aka Middle Ear Root)
BACK OF AURICULE: Y-like depression corresponding to backside of AntiHelix and the Superior and Inferior AntiHelix Crusa Posterior Groove aka "Lower BP Groove"
BACK OF AURICULE: Upper edge of auricle root Upper Ear Root aka Superior Auricle Root
BACK OF AURICULE: Meeting point of ear lobe and face/jaw skin Lower Ear Root aka Inferior Auricle Root
Calms internal organs, opens orifices, relieves pain Vagus Root
Removes obstruction from water passages, clears heat, stops itching San Jiao
Mixed branch of glossopharyngeal nerve, facial nerve and vagus nerve crosses here San Jiao point
Regulates endocrine system, INFERTILITY, regulates menstruation, anti-allergy, anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory Endocrine point
Calms the shen, eases the mind, supplement the Heart, regulates blood vessels, cleart Heart heat, relieves PAIN Heart point
Regulates MJ, harmonizes the Spleen Ascites (Region)
Clarifies LJ, removes obstruction from urethra Prostate poine
Supplements the Kidneys, regulates menstruation, improves hearing, benefits bone & marrow, helps promote urination Kidney point
Replenishes Gallbladder & builds up Stomach. Removes LQS and extinguishes Liver Wind Pancreas & Gallbladder point
Stops cravings, stops coughing, sedates & clears Heart Fire, removes Wind pathogen Mouth point
Nourishes Heart & produces Blood. Clears Heart heat. Reinforces Spleen & harmonizes the MJ. Small Intestine point (!!)
Clears Damp Heat fromLJ Appendix point
Clear LJ. Replenishes Lung Qi (!!) Large Intestine point
Regulates body temperature. Regulates metabolism. Regulates endocrine glands. Regulates menses. Regulates emotions. THALAMUS (and HYPOTHALAMUS) POINT
Regulates pituitary gland, stimulate pituitary gland Pituitary point
Other name for Parotid Gland point Soothing Asthma Point
Strengthens the Lung, stops asthma & wheezing, clears Lung heat, anti-toxin, expels wind Parotid (aka Soothing Asthma) Point
Extinguishes wind, sedates & eases the mind, tonifies Liver blood, relieves pain, LOWERS BP (!!), brightens the eyes OCCIPUT point
Regulates nervous system, regulates cardiovascular system, regulates digestive system,. Relieves PAIN and eases mind. Reinforces marrow, replenishes brain. Sub-Cortex Region (inside ear)
A region in the anterior (1/2 of the INNER WALL of the AntiTragus Sub-Cortex Region
Created by: mrbarr