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  1. ´╗┐LU - 1
    FUNCTIONS: Disseminates and descends lung qi and alleviates cough and wheezing. Transforms phlegm, clears heart and regulates the water passages. Also descends Stomach qi.
  2. LU - 2
    FUNCTIONS: clears lung heat and disseminates and descends lung qi, dispels agitation and fullness.
  3. LU-3
    FUNCTIONS: Most important point for the inability to extend arm or pain in the inner aspect of the arm, clears lung heat and descends lung qi, cools blood and Stops bleeding, calms the Corporal Soul.
  4. LU-4
    FUNCTIONS: Descends lung qi, regulates qi and blood in the chest.
  5. LU-5
    FUNCTIONS: Clears heat from the lung and descends rebellious qi, regulates water passages, activates the channel (moving qi and blood), relaxes the sinews and alleviates pain.
  6. LU-6
    FUNCTIONS: Disseminates and descends lung qi, clears heat and moistens the lung, clears heat and Stops bleeding, moderates acute conditions.
  7. LU-7
    FUNCTIONS: Releases the exterior and expels wind, promotes the descending function of the lung, pacifies wind and phlegm, benefits the head and nape, opens and regulates Conception Vessel, Regulates the water passages, activated channel and alleviates pain.
  8. LU-8
    FUNCTIONS: Descends lung qi and alleviates cough and wheezing. The Classic of Difficulties States that Jing-river points are indicated for cough and dyspnea chills and fever. LOCATION: 1 cun above the transverse crease of wristin the depression on the lateral side of the radial artery.
  9. Lu - 9
    FUNCTIONS: Tonify the lung and transform phlegm, Promotes the descending function of the lung, regulates and harmonizes the 100 vessels, activates the channel and alleviates pain.
  10. LU-10
    FUNCTIONS: benefits the throat, clears lung heat, descends rebellious qi, and harmonizes the Stomach and heart. Spring points clear heat. Part of thenar eminence (relating to the divergent channel).
  11. LU-11
    FUNCTIONS: revives consciousness, clears heat and benefits the throat (prick to bleed to clear heat in channel).
  12. LU-1
    INDICATIONS: Cough, turbid phlegm, dyspnea, chest pain, breathing with raised shoulders, oppression of the chest and difficulty breathing, diminished qi the inability to lie down, heat in the chest, aversion to cold, painful obstruction in the throat, seating of the face, abdominal distention, running piglet qi with lumbar pain, goiter, pain of the upper back and shoulder.
  13. LU-1
    SPECIAL CATEGORY: Front Mu Point of the Lung, Meeting Point of the Lung and Spleen Channels. LOCATION: 6 cun lateral to midline in 1ST intercostal space, 1 cun below LU-2 (level with 1ST intercostal space
  14. LU-2
    INDICATIONS: cough, wheezing, asthma, dyspnea with inability to lie down, shortness of breath, oppressive & agitated sensation in the chest, heat in the chest, oppression and pain in the chest, upsurging of qi to the heart, sudden pain of the heart and abdomen, pain of the lateral region and back, pain of the back and shoulders, pain of the shoulder with inability to raise the arm, pain of the supraclavicular fossa, interrupted pulse Which cannot be felt at the cun position, throat painful obSTruction, goiter, injury by cold giving rise to persistent heat in the limbs.
  15. LU-1
    LOCATION: 6 cun lateral to midline in 1ST intercostal space, 1 cun below LU-2 (level with 1ST intercostal space).
  16. LU-2
    LOCATION: In the superior lateral part of the anterior thoracic wall, superior to the coracoid process of scapula, in the depression of the intra-clavicular fossa, 6 cun lateral to the anterior midline. Caution: deep perpendicular or oblique insertion carries a substantial risk of causing pneumothorax.
  17. LU-3
    INDICATIONS: organ symptoms = cough, wheezing, dyspnea, cough, asthma, nose bleed, spitting blood, coughing blood, much spittle. Somnolence, insomnia, sadness, weeping, disorientation and forgetfulness, floating corpse ghost talk, goiter, swelling of the thoat, pain of the inner (antero-lateral) aspect of the upper arm, dizziness, swelling and distentionof the body, malaria, purple-white wind blotches, (pityriasis versicolor), visual dizziness, short-sightedness.
  18. LU-3
    LOCATION: on the medial aspect of the upper arm, 3 cun below the end of axillary fold, on the radial side of m. biceps brachii.
  19. LU-4
    INDICATIONS: cough, fullness in the chest, pain in the medial aspect of the upper arm, dyspnea, shortness of breath, heart pain, palpitations, agitation and fullness, recthing, pain in the medial aspect of the arm, purple-white wind blotches (pityriasis versicolor).
  20. LU-4
    LOCATION: medial aspect of the upper arm, 4 cun below anterior end of the axillary fold, or 5 cun above the cubital crease, on the radial side of m. biceps brachii.
  21. LU-5
    INDICATIONS: cough, hemoptysis, afternoon fever, asthma, sore throat, fullness in the chest, infantile convulSTions Due tofever, sporadic pain of the elbow and arm, maSTitis (inflammation of breast tissue)
  22. LU-5
    SPECIAL CATEGORY: He-Sea and Water Point.
  23. LU-5
    LOCATION: cubital crease of elbow, in the depression at the radial side of the tendon biceps brachii.
  24. LU-6
    INDICATIONS: Cough, pain in the chest asthma, hemoptysis, sore throat, spasmodic pain of the elbow and arm, spitting up blood, any acute pain along channel.
  25. LU-6
    SPECIAL CATEGORY: Xi Cleft Point.
  26. LU-6
    LOCATION: Palmar aspect of the forearm, on the line joining Tai Yuan (LU-9) and Chize (LU-5), 7 cun above the transverse crease of the wrist.
  27. LU-7
    INDICATIONS: headache, migraine, sore that, cough, asthma, neck rigidity, facial paralysis, Luo toothache, pain and weakness of wrist.
  28. LU-7
    SPECIAL CATEGORY: Luo, Confluent of REN, Command Point, Heavenly Star Point.
  29. LU-7
    LOCATION: Superior to the Styloid process of the radius, 1.5 cun above the transverse crease of the wrist between brachio-radial muscle and the tendon of the long abductor muscle of the thumb.
  30. LU-8
    INDICATIONS: cough, asthma, fever, pain in the chest, sore throat, pain in the wrist. he Classic of Difficulties States that Jing-river points are indicated for cough and dyspnea chills and fever.
  31. LU-8
    SPECIAL CATEGORY: Jing-River Point, Metal Point.
  32. LU-8
    LOCATION: 1 cun above the transverse crease of wrist in the depression on the lateral side of the radial artery.
  33. LU-9
    SPECIAL CATEGORY: Yuan Primary Point, Influential Point of Vessels, Shu Stream Starry Point.
  34. LU-9
    LOCATION: Radial end of the transverse crease of wrist in the depression on the lateral side of the radial artery.
  35. LU-9
    INDICATIONS: Cough asthma, hemoptysis, and sore throat, and palpitation, pain in the chest, wrist and arm.
  36. LU-10
    INDICATIONS: cough, hemoptysis, sore throat, loss of voice, fever, feverish, sensation in the palm.
  37. LU-10
    SPECIAL CATEGORY: Ying Spring Point and Fire Point.
  38. LU-10
    LOCATION: On the radial aspect of the midpoint of the 1ST metacarpal bone on the junction of the red and white skin (junction of the dorsum and palm of the hand). Moxibustion applicable.
  39. LU-11
    INDICATIONS: sore throat, cough, asthma, epistaxis, fever, loss of consciousness, mania, spasmodic pain of the thumb.
  40. LU-11
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Jing Well Point; Wood Point.
  41. LU-11
    LOCATION: on the radial side of the thumb, about 0.1 cun posterior to the corner of the nail.
  42. Lung Divergent Channel
    This channel diverges from the primary channel at the axilla and passes anterior to the heart channel in the chest. It connects with the lung and disperses in the large intestine. A branch ascends from the Lung and emerges at the supraclavicular fossa, ascends across the throat and converges with the Large Intestine Channel. Name the channel.
  43. Lung Divergent Channel
    This channel treats nasal disorders (nose bleeds and nasal obstruction), ascends to throat (throat dryness, soreness, congestion, swelling and pain). Name this channel.
  44. Lung Primary Channel
    This channel is known as the Hand Tai Yin Channel and begins in the middle jiao, in the region of the Stomach. Name this channel.
  45. Lung Primary Channel
    This channel has no crossing points.
  46. Skin / Body Hair / Throat
    Name the tissues of the Lung Primary Channel.
  47. Lung Primary Channel
    This channel opens to the nose through the LI meridian.
  48. Lung Primary Channel
    This channel has 5 principle functions: governs qi and controls disseminating and descending, regulates the water passages, controls skin and body hair and opens to the nose through the LI meridian.
  49. LU-7
    What is the Luo point of the Lung Channel?
  50. Lung Luo Channel
    This channel departs from LU-7, follows the lung channel into the palm, scatters over the thenar eminence and connects with the lung channel's interiorly/exteriorly related LI channel.
  51. Xu Symptoms of Lung Luo Channel
    Shivering and cold of the chest and back, diminished qi and shortness of breath, frequent micturition (urination) enuresis and yawning are (xu or shi) symptoms of What channel?
  52. Shi Symptoms of Lung Luo Channel
    Heat of the chest and back, sweating, sudden edema of the four limbs, hot palms or wrist are (xu or shi) symptoms of What channel?
  53. Lung TM/Sinew
    This channel will show cramping and pain along the course of the channel in its pathogenic State. When severe there is an accumulation of lumps below the right lateral costal region, tension along the lateral coastal region and spitting of blood. Stiff, Strained or twisted (knotted) muscles and pain along course of channel, muscle spasms over ribs and coughing fits or broken ribs causing one to cough up blood. This is also the channel associated with tuberculosis. Name the channel.

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