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T1 Lumiere MenoPoint

Theurapeutics 1, Menopause, Points, Lumiere, Bastyr

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Ren 3 Classification: Front mu point of the UB Crossing point of the ren and three foot yin channels
Ren 3 Indications: Irregular menses, metrorrhagia Uterine prolapse Infertility Hernia Enuresis, dysuria Spermatorrhea, impotence
Ren 3 Functions: Benefits urinary bladder and urination Regulates ower jiao Resolves damp heat
What are common Yin Xu Combinations: KI 6, SP 6, HT 6, KI 6, HT 7 Night Sweats, KI 7, HT 6 Spontaneous sweating
LIV 14 Classification: Front mu point of liver Crossing point of liver, spleen, and yin wei channels –
LIV 14 Indications: Irritability, anger Anxiety, depression Subcostal distention and pain Hiccup, acid regurgitation
LIV 14 Functions: Harmonizes middle jiao Regulates liver qi Moves blood
HT 5: Classification: luo-connecting point
HT 5: Functions: calms shen, benefits tongue, regulates heartbeat
HT 6: Classification: xi-cleft point
HT 6 Functions: calms shen, clears deficiency heat, nourishes heart yin, stops night sweats
HT 7 Classification: yuan-source, shu-stream point
HT 7 Functions: calms shen, tonifies and regulates heart blood and heart qi
Ht 8 Heart heat, Ht 9 pulls from other side of channel:
PC 5: Functions: not very well used
PC 6: Classification: Command point of the chest
PC 6 Functions: regulates Lv qi in upper and middle jiao, regulates Vagus nerve
PC 7 Functions: Tonifying QI
PC 8 Functions: Reduces heat
PC 9 Functions: Pulls other end of channel
Ren 10 Classification: Crossing point of Ren and UB
Ren 10 Indications: Epigastric pain Hiccup Abdominal distention Diarrhea
Ren 10 Functions: Descends stomach qi Relieves food stagnation Harmonizes middle jiao
ST 28 Location: 3 cun below umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to median
ST 28 Indications: Lower abdominal distention, dysuria Dysmenorrhea, infertility, hernia Constipation
ST 28 Functions: Opens water passages, benefits urination Regulates lower jiao Removes stagnation •
LV blood points: Liv 8, Sp 6, St 36, Ren 12, Ren 6 etc:
Which SJ points for regulating blood or for moving of blood Sj 5 regulator of qi and fluid Sj 6 mover of QI and Blood
Difference between Moving liver qi vs soothing liver qi: Generally the same, but soothing is also calming. LV 3, LV 2, GB 34,
Created by: bastyr41