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TCM review

Week two review

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Joint Pain: Wandering from joint to joint Wind (wind is unilateral not bilateral)
Joint Pain: Fixed & very painful Cold
Joint Pain: Fixed, with swelling and numbness Dampness
Joint Pain: With swelling and redness of the joints Damp-heat
Joint Pain: with severe stabbing pain with rigidity Blood stasis
Limb:Weakness Deficiency of ST-Q / Qi & Blood / or Kidney Yang Def.
Limb: more tingling than numbness (esp. in women) Blood Deficiency
Limb: more numbness, often unilateral (esp. in the elderly) Wind
Limb: Numbness with feeling of Heaviness Phlegm
Limb: Numbness with swelling (esp. legs) Damp or Damp Heat
Limb: Numbness with pain Qi & Blood stagnation
Stabbing chest pain Heart Blood Stasis (usually Yang def turning to HT blood stasis)
Chest pain with cough and profuse yellow sputum Lung Heat
Chest oppression (also name formula) LU phlegm or Liv Qi Stagnation. Can use Er Chen Tang
Chest distension (also name a formula and 2 acupuncture pts) Liv Qi Stagnation. PC6 & Liv3 Xiao yao wan
Limb: Cold hands ameliorated by heat (also name a formula) Yang deficiency (which is cold from the elbows down) Si Ni Tang
Limb: Cold hands with palpation's and dizziness. Heart Blood Deficiency
Limb: Cold fingers & Toes Liver Qi Stagnation (Cold from wrists down) Si Ni San
High pitch Tinnitus Liv Yang Rising, Liver Fire or Liver wind (like a whistle)
Low pitch Tinnitus Kidney Deficiency (like rushing water)
Blurred vision with floaters in the eyes Liver Blood deficiency; Liver/Kid Yin def.
Dry eyes (and name formula) Kidney Yin Deficiency (Qi ju di huang wan)
Always being hungry Stomach heat
Fullness & distension after eating Food stagnation
Bitter taste that is constant Excess Heat in the Liver
Bitter taste (in the morning, insomnia) Excess Heat in the Heart
Lack of taste Spleen Deficiency
Sour Vomiting Liver invading the Spleen
Bitter vomiting Liver and Gall bladder Heat
Clear watery vomiting Cold in the ST with retention of fluids
Vomiting soon after eating Heat (or cold) pattern
Thirst with desire to drink large amounts of cold water Excess Heat
Thirst with desire to sip liquids slowly, or sip warm liquids Yin Deficiency (ST/KID)
Absence of Thirst Cold pattern (SP/ST)
Thirst but with no desire to drink Damp-Heat
Very restless sleep, fever, agitation & excessive dreaming Excess Pattern (Excess Liver pattern affecting the Heart)
Not being able to fall or stay asleep Deficiency pattern
Not being able to fall asleep, but sleeping well after falling asleep Heart Blood deficiency
Not being able to fall asleep, dizziness, blurred vision Liver blood deficiency
Waking up many times during the night HT/KID/LIV Yin deficiency
Dream disturbed sleep Liver fire or Heart fire
Restless sleep with dreams Food retention
waking up early in the morning and not being able to fall back to sleep again Gall bladder deficiency (cortisol imbalance)
Feeling sleepy after eating Spleen Qi Deficiency
Lethargy and heaviness Damp retention
Lethargy and heaviness plus dizziness Phlegm retention
Extreme lethargy with lassitude and a feeling of cold Kidney Yang deficiency
Lethargic stupor with exterior heat symptoms Heat invading the PC
Lethargic stupor with rattling in the throat. (Also name the tongue and pulse) Phlegm misting the mind Pulse: Slippery Tongue: Sticky coating
Constipation with small bitty stools like goat's stools Liver Qi stagnation & LI Heat
Alternation of constipation and diarrhea LQS invading the Spleen
Chronic diarrhea SP/KID yang deficiency
Cocks-crow diarrhea (day break) SP/KID yang deficiency
Loose stools with undigested food SP Qi Deficiency
Slightly loose but very frequent stools, cannot hold them easily SP QI sinking
Diarrhea with mucus in the stools LI dampness
Diarrhea with mucus and blood in the stools LI damp-heat
blood in the stools that is bright-red splashing in all directions LI damp heat
Blood in the stools that is turbid and the anus feels heavy and painful Blood heat
watery blood stools SP unable to hold the blood
what formula is for Kidney Yin deficiency with dry eyes Qi ju di huang wan
what formula is for vomiting after eating d/t cold pattern Wu zhu yu tang
Enuresis or incontinence Kidney Deficiency
Pain before urination Qi stagnation in the Lower Jiao
Pain during urination Urinary bladder damp heat
Pain after urination Qi deficiency
Periods that are always early. Blood Heat or Qi deficiency
Periods that are always late. Blood deficiency; blood or cold stagnation
A dark-red or bright-red color of period Blood heat
Pale blood of period Blood deficiency
Purple or blackish blood of period blood or cold stagnation
Fresh-red blood during period Deficient heat from Yin deficiency
Pain before the period Qi or Blood stagnation
Pain during the period Blood-heat or cold stagnation (or blood stagnation)
pain after the period Blood deficiency
What is colicky pain It is twisting type pain. Due to an abrupt obstruction of the Qi by substantial pathogenic factors. (Qi tied, Qi pain)
What are the 5 empty/deficient pathologies of Depression 1. SP & HT Blood deficiency 2. HT Yang deficiency 3. LIV Blood deficiency 4. KID & HT Yin deficiency with HT empty heat 5. Kidney Yang deficiency
What are the 7 full/excess pathologies of depression (1)LQS (2)LQS turning into heat (3)LQS with Qi phlegm (4)Phlegm fire harassing the mind (5)HT blood stasis (6)GB Heat (7)Diaphragm heat
Chronic tiredness, slight depression, dizziness, scanty periods Liver blood deficiency
Chronic tiredness, feeling of heaviness of the body, muzziness Damp retention
Chronic tiredness, feeling of oppression of the chest, dizziness and muzziness Phlegm retention
Chronic tiredness, anxiety, tenseness, wiry pulse LQS
Spleen Qi deficiency formula Gui Pi tang
Spleen yang deficiency formula Li Zhong wan
Lung qi deficiency formula Yu Ping Feng san
Kidney yang deficiency formula Jin gui shen qi wan
Kidney Yin deficiency formula Liu wei di huang wan
Damp retention formula Ping Wei san
Superficial pulse indications - Invasion of external wind - Yin deficiency (interior conditions)
Deep pulse indications - Pathogenic factor in the interior (Deep-full) -Yang deficiency (Deep-weak)
Slow pulse indications - Cold pattern - Empty-cold (slow & weak) - Full-cold (slow & full)
Rapid pulse indications - Heat pattern - Full-Heat (Rapid & full) - Empty-heat (rapid & floating-empty)
Deficient pulse indications Qi deficiency
Excess pulse indications - full pattern - Full-heat (full-rapid) - Full-cold (full-slow)
Surging pulse indications - Full-heat (consuming body fluids) - Overflowing - empty (more Qi deficient; Qi not able to contain the pulse)
Thready pulse indications - Blood deficiency - Dampness with severe qi deficiency - Yin deficiency (thready & fast) - Yang deficiency (thready and deep)
Rolling pulse indications - Phlegm - Dampness - Retention of food - pregnancy
Hesitant pulse indications - Blood deficiency - Exhaustion of body fluids - blood stasis
String-taut pulse indications - Liver disharmony - Pain - Phlegm
Tense pulse indications -Cold -Exterior Cold (tight-floating) - Interior Full-cold (tight-full-deep) - Interior empty-cold (tight-weak-deep) - Pain due to cold
Soft pulse indications - Dampness with Qi deficiency - Yin deficiency - Essence deficiency
Weak pulse indications - Yang deficiency (weak & deep) - Qi Deficiency - Yin deficiency (Weak & floating or thready & rapid) - Blood deficiency
Abrupt pulse indications - Severe heat - fast - HT Qi deficiency - Ht-Fire
Knotted pulse indications - Cold with HT yang deficiency - slower
Intermittent pulse indications - Serious problem in internal organ - HT problem (3 beats or less call 911)
Yin within yang is what type of pulse? Surging
Yang within yin is what type of pulse? Two pulses Rolling or Tense
What are two formulas for acute UTI? (1) Ba Zheng San (2) Dao Chi San
What is on formula for chronic UTI? Zhu ling san
What is a string-taught with pain formula. Da jiang zhong tang
What are the 9 identifications of patterns Eight principles/ Qi, blood, & body fluids/ Zang fu/ Pathogenic factors/ five elements/ Channels/ Shang han Lun (six stages)/ Wen bing lun (four levels), three burners
Pale face, weak voice, slight sweating, slight shortness of breath, tiredness, loose stools, a poor appetite Qi deficiency
Chilliness, a bright pale face, cold limbs, absence of thirst, a desire for hot drinks, loose stools, frequent pale urination Yang deficiency
Dull-pale face, pale lips, blurred vision, dry hair, tiredness, poor memory, numbness & tingling, insomnia, scanty periods Blood Deficiency
Feeling of heat in the afternoon or evening, a dry throat at night, night sweating, a thin body Yin deficiency
Qi deficiency pulse & tongue Tongue: Pale Pulse: Empty
Yang deficiency tongue & pulse Tongue: Pale & wet Pulse: Weak
Blood deficiency tongue & pulse Tongue: Pale-thin, slightly dry Pulse: Hesitant & thready
Yin deficiency tongue & pulse Tongue: Red-peeled & dry Pulse: Floating-empty
Profuse cold sweat like pearls (oily), coolness of the body, cold hands & feet, feeble breathing, listlessness, absence of thirst or preference for hot drink yang Collapse SX
Yang collapse tongue & pulse Tongue: Pale & moist Pulse: Thready & fading
Sticky sweat, feverishness of the body, warm hands & feet, shortness of breath, irritability restlessness, thirst with preference for cold drinks Yin Collapse
Yin collapse tongue & pulse Tongue: Red & dry pulse: Thready, rapid & weak
Liver overacting on ST SX Nausea, belching, vomiting
Liver overacting on SP SX Diarrhea
Liver overacting on LI SX Dry stools
Kidney rebelling upward SX Asthma
Sallow complexion, pale lips dizziness, poor memory, numbness, blurred vision, insomnia blood deficiency SX
Blood deficiency tongue & pulse Tongue: Pale & slightly dry Pulse: Hesitant & thready
Dark complexion, purple lips, pain which is boring, fixed and stabbing in character, abdominal masses that do not move, purple nails, bleeding with dark blood & dark clots Blood stasis SX
Blood stasis tongue & pulse Tongue: Purple Pulse: String-taut, hesitant
Feeling of heat, skin disease with red eruptions, dry mouth bleeding Blood Heat SX
Blood heat tongue & pulse Tongue: Red Pulse: Rapid
Dizziness, nausea, vomiting numbness of the limbs, coughing, coughing of phlegm, a rattling sound in the throat & aphasia Wind-Phlegm SX
what is the CA board formula for Wind Phlegm Ban Xia Bai Zhu Tian Ma Tang
Expectoration of yellow-sticky phlegm, a red face, dry mouth & lips, restlessness Phlegm Heat SX
What is the pulse & tongue of a Phlegm heat condition. Tongue: Red with sticky yellow coating Pulse: Rapid-rolling
What is the CA board formula for Phlegm Heat. Ding Chuan Tang
Expectoration of white-watery phlegm, a cold feeling in the limbs & back, nausea Cold-Phlegm SX
What is the pulse & tongue of a Cold-phlegm condition. Tongue: Pale with white wet coating Pulse: Deep-rolling-slow pulse
Expectoration of very profuse phlegm which is white & sticky, no appetite, no thirst, a feeling of oppression of chest & epigastrium Damp-Phlegm SX
What is the CA board formula for Phlegm Cold condition. Su Zi Jiang Qi tang
What is the pulse & tongue of a Damp-phlegm condition. Tongue: Sticky tongue coating Pulse: Rolling pulse
Non-substantial phlegm, feeling of swelling in the throat (but no actual swelling), a difficulty in swallowing and a feeling of oppression of chest & diaphragm Qi-Phlegm SX
What is the CA board formula for Qi phlegm condition. Ban Xia Hou Po Tang
Substantial phlegm characterized by very watery & thin fluids Phlegm-fluids SX
Where are the Phlegm-Fluid located in the body. (Substantial Phlegm) Stomach & Intestines
Where are the Suspended-Fluids located in the body. (Substantial Phlegm) Hypochondrium
Where are the Flooding fluids located in the body. (Substantial Phlegm) Limbs
Where are the Propping fluids located in the body. (Substantial Phlegm) Above the diapragm
Phlegm Fluid key symptoms: Gurgling sound
Suspended fluid key symptoms: Cough, ribcage pain
Flooding fluid key symptoms Pain, deep heaviness, puffy swelling
Propping fluid key symptoms cough, panting, inability to lie flat
Acupuncture points for Liver Qi stagnation GB34, LV3, LV13, LV14, SJ6, PC6
Acupuncture points for LQS turning to Heat GB34, LV3, LV13, LV14, SJ6, PC6 & LV2
Acupuncture points for Rebellious Liver Qi LV14, PC6, GB34, LV3, SJ6, LI4, ST21, ST19
Acupuncture points for Liver Blood Stasis GB34, LV3, UB18, UB17, SP10, RN6, SP4, PC6, ST29, KD14, LV5, LV6
Acupuncture points for Liver Fire Blazing LV2, LV3, GB20, GB13, LI11, GB1, GB9, GB8, GB6, SP6, LV1
Acupuncture points for Liver Damp-Heat LV14, GB34, UB18, RN12, SP9, SP6, LI11, LV2
Acupuncture points for Cold stagnation in the Liver Channel RN3, LV5, LV1, LV3
Acupuncture points for Liver Blood deficiency LV8, SP6, ST36, RN4, UB18, UB20, UB23, UB17, Yuyao
Acupuncture points for Liver Yin deficiency LV8, SP6, ST36, RN4, KD3, KD6, LV2
Acupuncture points for Liver Yang Rising LV3, SJ5, PC6, LI4, GB43, GB38, GB20, UB2, Taiyang, GB9, GB8, GB6 (If LV Blood/Yin def: Add- SP6, LV8, ST36, KD3, KD6)
Acupuncture points for Liver Qi invading Spleen LV13, LV14, LV3, GB34, RN6, SJ6, PC6, ST25, SP15, RN12, ST36, SP6, SP4,
Acupuncture points for Liver Qi invading ST LV14, GB34, RN13, RN10, ST21, ST19, ST36, ST34, UB21
Acupuncture points for Liver Fire insulting LU LV2, LV3, LV14, RN17, RN22, PC6, LU7, LI11
Acupuncture points for HT & LV blood deficiency HT7, PC6, RN14, RN15, RN4, UB17, UB20, LV8, SP6, ST36, UB18, UB23
Acupuncture points for GB Damp GB24, LV14, RN12, GB34, Dannangxue, DU9, UB19, UB20, SJ6, ST19
Acupuncture points for GB Damp-heat GB24, LV14, RN12, GB34, Dannangxue, DU9, UB19, UB20, LI11, SJ6, ST19
Acupuncture points for GB Deficiency GB40, LV8, ST36, SP6, RN4, UB18, UB47
Acupuncture points for LV/GB Damp-Heat GB24, LV14, RN12, GB34, Dannangxue, DU9, UB19, UB20, LI11, SJ6, ST19, LV3, LV5
Acupuncture points for HT Qi deficiency HT5, PC6, UB15, RN17, RN6, DU14
Acupuncture points for HT Yang deficiency HT5, PC6, UB15, RN17, RN6, DU14
Acupuncture points for HT Yang collapse RN6, RN4, RN8, DU4, ST36, PC6, UB23, DU20, DU14, UB15
Acupuncture points for HT Blood deficiency HT7, PC6, RN14, RN15, RN4, UB17, UB20
Acupuncture points for HT Yin deficiency HT7, PC6, RN14, RN15, RN4, HT6, SP6, KD7
Acupuncture points for HT Fire blazing HT9, HT8, HT7, RN15, SP6, KD6, LI11, DU24, DU19
Acupuncture points for Phlegm-Fire harassing the HT PC5, HT7, HT8, HT9, PC7, RN15, UB15, RN12, ST40, SP6, UB20, DU20, LV2, GB13, GB17, DU24
Acupuncture points for Phlegm misting the Mind PC5, HT9, UB15, ST40, DU26, RN12, UB20, DU14
Acupuncture points for SI Qi pain RN6, GB34, LV13, ST27, ST29, SP6, LV3, ST39
Acupuncture points for SI Qi tied. ST39, Lanwei xue, RN6, GB34, ST25, SP6, LV3
Acupuncture points for PC Heat PC9, PC8, HT9, KD6
Acupuncture points for PC Fire PC8, HT8, UB14, RN15, RN14, RN17, LI11, DU24, DU19, SP6, LV2
Acupuncture points for Phlegm-fire harassing the PC PC5, HT7, HT8, HT9, PC7, RN15, UB15, UB14, RN17, RN12, ST40, SP6, UB20, DU20, LV2, GB13, GB17, DU24
Acupuncture points for HT Blood stasis PC6, PC4, HT7, RN17, UB14, UB17, SP10, KD25
Acupuncture points for PC Blood stasis PC6, PC4, HT7, RN14, RN17, UB14, UB17, SP10
Acupuncture points for Blood deficiency PC6, HT7, RN14, RN15, RN4, UB17, UB20, UB14, RN17, PC6, SP4
Acupuncture points for SP Qi deficiency RN12, ST36, SP3, SP6, UB20, UB21
Acupuncture points for SP Yang deficiency RN12, ST36, SP3, SP6, UB20, UB21, SP9, RN9, ST28, UB22
Acupuncture points for SP Qi Sinking RN12, ST36, SP3, SP6, UB20, UB21, DU20, RN6, ST21, DU1
Acupuncture points for SP not controlling Blood RN12, ST36, SP3, SP6, UB20, UB21, SP10, UB17, SP1, SP4
Acupuncture points for SP Blood deficiency RN12, ST36, SP3, SP6, UB20, UB21, RN4, UB17
Acupuncture points for Cold-damp invading the Spleen SP9, SP6, RN12, SP3, ST8, UB22, UB20, RN9, RN11, ST22, ST28
Acupuncture points for Damp-Heat invading the Spleen SP9, SP6, DU9, LI11, UB20, GB34, RN9, RN11, ST22, UB22
Acupuncture points for SP Qi & HT blood def. HT7, PC6, RN14, RN15, RN4, UB17, UB20, RN12, ST36, SP6
Acupuncture points for SP & LU Qi Deficiency LU9, LU7, RN6, UB13, DU12, ST36, RN12, SP3, SP6, UB20, UB21
Acupuncture points for SP & LV Blood deficiency LV8, SP6, RN4, UB18, UB23, RN12, ST36, SP3, UB20, UB21, UB17
Acupuncture points for SP Damp & LQS RN12, SP6, SP3, SP9, UB20, LV13, LV14, GB24, GB34, LV3, ST19
Acupuncture points for ST Qi deficiency ST36, RN12, UB21, RN6
Acupuncture points for ST Deficiency & Cold ST36, RN12, UB20, UB21, RN6
Acupuncture points for ST Yin Deficiency RN12, ST36, SP6, SP3
Acupuncture points for ST Fire or ST Phlegm-fire ST44, ST34, ST21, RN12, RN13, LI11, LI4, RN11, SP15
Acupuncture points for Cold invading ST ST21, SP4, RN13, ST34
Acupuncture points for ST Qi rebelling upwards RN13, RN10, PC6, SP4, ST21, ST19
Acupuncture points for ST Damp heat ST44, ST34, ST21, RN12, RN13, LI11, LI4, RN11, ST25, ST40, SP9, RN9
Acupuncture points for Food retention in ST RN13, RN10, ST21, ST44, ST45, SP4, PC6, ST40, ST19, KD21, RN12
Acupuncture points for SP/ST Qi deficiency RN12, ST36, SP3, SP6, UB20, UB21, RN6
Acupuncture points for LU Qi deficiency LU9, LU7, UB13, DU12, ST36, RN12
Acupuncture points for LU Yin deficiency LU9, RN17, UB43, UB13, DU12, RN4, KD6, RN12, SP6, LU10, LI11
Acupuncture points for LU Dryness LU9, RN4, SP6, RN12, ST36
Acupuncture points for LU Wind-cold LU7, UB12, DU16
Acupuncture points for LU Wind-Heat LU7, LI4, LI11, LU11, DU14, UB12, DU16, GB20, SJ5
Acupuncture points for LU Wind-water LU7, LI6, LI7, LI1, UB12, RN9, UB13, DU26
Acupuncture points for LU Heat lu5, lu10, lu7, li11, lu1, ub13
Acupuncture points for LU Damp-phlegm LU5, LU7, LU1, RN17, ST40, PC6, RN22, RN12, RN9, UB20, UB13
Acupuncture points for LU Cold-phlegm LU5, LU7, LU1, RN17, ST40, PC6, RN22, RN12, RN9, UB20, UB13, UB23
Acupuncture points for LU Phlegm-Heat LU5, LU7, LU10, LI11, LU1, UB13, RN12, ST40
Acupuncture points for LU Dry phlegm LU9, LU7, KD6, RN12, ST36, SP6, ST40, UB13, RN17
Acupuncture points for HT & LU Qi deficiency LU9, LU7, RN6, UB13, DU12, ST36, RN12, HT5, PC6, UB15, RN17
Acupuncture points for LI Damp Heat SP9, SP6, RN3, UB22, ST25, ST27, RN6, UB25, LI11, RN12, ST37, UB20, SP10
Acupuncture points for LI Heat (Ma Zi Ren wan) ST25, UB25, LI11, ST37, ST44, LI2, SP6, KD6, RN12
Acupuncture points for LI Heat obstruction (Tiao wei cheng qi tang) LI11, LI4, SP15, SJ6, SP6, LI2, ST44, ST25, UB25
Acupuncture points for Cold invading the LI ST37, ST25, ST36, SP6, LV3, ST27
Acupuncture points for LI DRY (DEF) ST36, SP6, RN4, KD6, ST25, SP15
Acupuncture points for LI Cold (DEF) ST25, RN6, ST36, ST37, UB25, UB20
Acupuncture points for Kidney yang deficiency UB23, DU4, RN4, RN6, KD3, KD7, UB52, Jinggong
Acupuncture points for Kidney Yin Deficiency RN4, KD3, KD6, KD10, KD9, SP6, RN7, LU7, KD6
Acupuncture points for Kidney Qi not firm UB23, DU4, KD3, UB52, RN4, Jinggong, RN6, DU20, KD13, UB32
Acupuncture points for Kidney failing to receive Qi KD7, KD3, LU7, KD6, ST36, UB23, DU4, RN6, RN17, KD25, DU12, UB13, RN4, KD13
Acupuncture points for Kidney Essence Deficiency KD3, KD6, RN4, KD13, UB23, DU4, GB39, DU20, DU14, UB15, UB11, DU17, DU16
Acupuncture points for Kidney Yang def with Water accumulation DU4, UB23, UB22, UB20, RN9, ST28, SP9, SP6, KD6 (water to HT: DU14, UB15; Water to LU: LU7, UB13, DU12)
Acupuncture points for Kidney Yin def with Empty Heat KD3, KD6, KD10, KD9, RN4, KD2, SP6, HT5, LU7, LU10, HT6, DU24, LI11
Acupuncture points for Kidney & Liver Yin Def. KD3, KD6, LV8, RN4, UB23, KD13, SP6, UB10
Acupuncture points for KD & HT not harmonized HT7, HT6, HT5, Yintang, UB15, RN15, DU24, KD3, KD6, KD10, RN4, SP6
Acupuncture points for KD & LU Yin deficiency KD3, KD6, LU7, KD6, RN4, KD13, LU9, LU1, SP6, UB43
Acupuncture points for KD & SP Yang deficiency UB23, DU4, RN4, RN6, KD3, KD7, UB52, Jinggong, RN12, ST36, SP3, UB20, UB21, RN9, ST37, ST25, UB25
Acupuncture points for UB Damp Heat SP9, SP6, UB22, UB28, RN3, UB63, UB66, ST28
Acupuncture points for UB Damp cold SP9, SP6, UB22, RN3, ST28, RN9, UB28
Acupuncture points for LV invading SP LV14, LV13, GB34, LV3, RN6, RN12, ST36
Acupuncture points for LV invading ST LV14, LV13, GB34, RN13, RN10, ST36, UB21
Acupuncture points for LV invading LU LV2, LV14, RN17, RN22, PC6, LU7, LI11
Acupuncture points for LU & SP Deficiency ST36, SP3, UB20, UB21, LU9, UB13, DU12
Acupuncture points for HT blood & SP Qi def. HT7, PC6, RN14, RN4, UB20, RN12, ST36, SP6, UB20
Acupuncture points for SP & LV Blood def. ST36, SP3, UB20, UB21, LV8, UB18, UB17, SP6
Acupuncture points for SP damp & LV Qi deficiency (obstruction of SP by damp with LQS) RN12, SP6, SP3, UB20, LV13, LV14, GB24, GB34
Acupuncture points for HT & LU Qi deficiency HT5, PC6, RN17, RN6, LU9, UB13, ST36
Acupuncture points for LU & KD Qi deficiency KD3, LU7, KD6, ST36, UB23, DU4, RN6, RN17, KD25, DU12, KD7
Acupuncture points for KD & SP Yang deficiency KD3, KD7, UB23, DU4, UB20, UB21, ST36, RN6, ST37, ST25, UB25
Acupuncture points for HT & KD Yang deficiency HT5, PC6, UB15, RN17, RN6, DU14, UB23, DU4, RN4, KD3, KD7
Acupuncture points for LU & KD Yin deficiency KD3, LU7, KD6, UB43, LU9, LU1, SP6, RN4
Acupuncture points for LV & KD Yin deficiency KD3, KD6, LV8, RN4, UB23, UB20, UB17, UB18, UB10, DU20
Acupuncture points for HT & KD disharmony HT7, HT6, HT5, Yintang, UB15, RN15, GB13, DU24, KD3, KD10, KD9, RN4, PC6, SP6