Points LI PC SJ Misc

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  1. PC 3
    Clears heat from the qi, nutritive, and blood levels, harmonises the Stomach and intestines and STops vomiting, activates the channel and alleviates pain
  2. PC 6
    Unbinds the chest and regulates qi, regulates the heart and calms the spirit, harmonises the Stomach and alleviates nausea and vomiting, clears heat, opens the yin linking vessel
  3. PC 9
    Clears heat from the pericardium and revives consciousness, clears the heart and benefits the tongue, clears summer heat
  4. SJ 11
    Activates the channel and dispels wind-damp, clears damp-heat
  5. SJ 12
    Activates the channel and alleviates pain
  6. SJ 13
    Regulates qi and transforms phlegm, activates the channel and alleviates pain
  7. SJ 15
    Dispels wind-damp, activates the channel and alleviates pain, unbinds the chest and regulates qi
  8. SJ 16
    Benefits the head and sense organs, regulates and descends qi
  9. SJ 18
    Benefits the ears, calms fright and pacifies wind
  10. SJ 19
    Benefits the ears and clears heat, calms fright and relieves tetany
  11. SJ 20
    Benefits the ears, benefits the teeth, gums and lips, clears heat
  12. SJ 22
    Expels wind and alleviates pain
  13. LI -1
    The INDICATIONS of this channel are: toothache, sore throat, swelling of the submandibular region, numbness of fingers, febrile diseases with anhidrosis, loss of consciousness.
  14. LI - 2
    INDICATIONS of this channel on the LI meridian: Blurring of vision, epiSTaxis, toothache, sore throat, febrile diseases.
  15. LI-3
    INDICATIONS of this channel on the LI meridian: toothache, ophthalmalgia, sore throat, redness and swelling of fingers and the dorsum of the hand.
  16. LI-4
    INDICATIONS: headache, pain in the neck, redness, swelling and pain of the eye, epiSTaxis, nasal obSTruction, rhinorrhea, toothache, deafness, swelling of the face, sore throat, parotitis, trismus, facial paralysis, febrile diseases with anhidrosis, hidrosis, abdominal pain, dysentery, conSTipation, amenorrhea, delayed labor, infantile convulsion, pain, weakness and motor impairment of the upper limbs.
  17. LI-5
    INDICATIONS: Headache, redness, pain and swelling of the eye, toothache, sore throat, pain of the wriST, cold, cough, vomiting, frontal headache, chronic headache, throat and pain obSTruction, pain of the roof of the tongue.
  18. LI-6
    INDICATIONS: redness of the eyes, tinnitus, deafness, epiSTaxis, aching of the hand and arm, sore throat, edema
  19. LI-7
    INDICATIONS: headache, swelling of the face, sore throat, borborygmus, abdominal pain, aching of the shoulder and arm.
  20. LI-8
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, borborygmus, pain in the elbow and arm, motor impairment of the upper limbs.
  21. LI-9
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, borborygmus, pain in the elbow and arm, motor impairment of the upper limbs.
  22. LI-10
    INDICATIONS: aching of the shoulder and arm, motor impairment of the upper limbs, numbness of the hand and arm, borborygmus, abdominal pain.
  23. LI-11
    INDICATIONS: sore throat, tooth ache, redness and pain of the eye, scofula, uticaria, motor impairment of the upper extremities, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, febrile diseases.
  24. LI-12
    INDICATIONS: pain, numbness, contracture of the elbow and arm.
  25. LI-13
    INDICATIONS: contracture and pain of the elbow and arm, scofula.
  26. LI-14
    INDICATIONS: pain in the shoulder and arm, rigidity of the neck, scofula.
  27. LI-15
    INDICATIONS: pain in the shoulder and arm, motor impairment of the upper extremities, Rubella, scofula.
  28. LI-16
    INDICATIONS: pain and motor impairment of the upper extremities, pain in the shoulder and back.
  29. LI-17
    INDICATIONS: sudden loss of voice, sore throat, scofula, goiter.
  30. LI-18
    INDICATIONS: cough, asthma, sore throat, sudden loss of voice, scofula, goiter.
  31. LI-19
    INDICATIONS: nasal obSTruction, epiSTaxis, deviation of the mouth.
  32. LI-20
    INDICATIONS: nasal obSTruction, hyposmia, eopSTaxis, rhinorrhea, deviation of the mouth, itching and swelling of the face.
  33. LI-1
    FUNCTIONS of this point: clears heart, reDUces swelling, alleviates pain, revives consciousness
  34. LI-2
    FUNCTIONS of this point: expels wind, clears heat, reDUces swelling, alleviates pain.
  35. LI-3
    FUNCTIONS: expels wind and heat, clears heat and benefits the throat and teeth, dispels fullness and treats diarrhea.
  36. LI-4
    FUNCTIONS: regulates the defensive qi and adjusts sweating, expels wind and releases the exterior, regulates the face, eyes, nose, mouth and ears, activates the channel and alleviates pain, inDUces labor, reSTores the Yang.
  37. LI-5
    FUNCTIONS: clears heat and alleviates pain, clears yangming fire, calms the spirit, benefits the wristjoint.
  38. LI-5
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Jing River and Fire Point of the LI channel.
  39. LI-6
    FUNCTIONS: expels wind and clears heat, opens and regulates the water passages
  40. LI-7
    FUNCTIONS: clears heat and detoxifies poison, moderates acute conditions, regulates and harmonizes the intestines and Stomach, clears yangming fire and calms the spirit.
  41. LI-7
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Xi cleft point of the Large Intestine Channel.
  42. LI-8
    FUNCTIONS: harmonizes the small intestine, expels wind and clears heat, clears Yangming fire and calms the spirit.
  43. LI-9
    FUNCTIONS: harmonizes the Large Intestine, activates the channel and alleviates pain.
  44. LI-10
    FUNCTIONS: regulates qi and blood, activates the channel, alleviates pain, harmonizes the intestines and Stomach.
  45. LI-11
    FUNCTIONS: clears heat, cools the blood, eliminates wind, drains dampness, alleviates itching, regulates qi and blood, activates the channel, alleviates pain.
  46. LI-11
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: He-Sea and Earth Point of the Large Intestine Channel; SUn Si -Mao GhoST Point; Ma Dan-Yang Heavenly STar Point.
  47. LI-12
    FUNCTIONS: activates the channel, alleviates pain, benefits the elbow joint.
  48. LI-13
    UNCTIONS: activates the channel, alleviates pain, alleviates coughing, regulates qi, drains damp, transforms phlegm.
  49. LI-14
    FUNCTIONS: activates the channel, alleviates pain, regulates qi, dissipates phlegm noDUles, benefits the eyes.
  50. LI-15
    FUNCTIONS: dispels wind-damp, alleviates pain, benefits should joint, eliminates wind, regulates qi and blood, regulates qi and dissipates phlegm noDUles.
  51. LI-16
    FUNCTIONS: benefits the throat and voice.
  52. LI-17
    FUNCTIONS: Benefits throat and voice.
  53. LI-18
    FUNCTIONS: benefits the throat and voice, alleviates cough and wheezing. SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Point of the Window of Heaven.
  54. LI-19
    FUNCTIONS: eliminates wind, opens nasal passages.
  55. LI-20
    FUNCTIONS: opens the nasal passages, expels wind and clears heat.
  56. LI-20
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Meeting Point of the Large Intestine and Stomach Channels.
  57. LI-1
    LOCATION: Radial side of index finger, about 0.1 cun posterior to the corner of the nail.
  58. LI-2
    LOCATION: On the radial border of the index finger, in a depression just distal to the metacarpo-phalangeal joint. This point will be easier to find if the index finger is relaxed in a slightly flexed position.
  59. LI-3
    LOCATION: Radial side of index finger, in the subSTantial depression proximal to the head of the 2nd metacarpal bone. This point is easier to locate when hand is made into a loose fiST.
  60. LI-4
    LOCATION: On the dorsum of hand, between 1ST and 2nd metacarpal bone and close to its radial border. Ask patient to squeeze the thumb againST the base of the index finger and locate LI-4 at the higheST point of the bulge of the muscle and approx. level with the crease.
  61. LI-5
    LOCATION: On the radial side of the wriST. When the thumb is tilted upward, it is in the depression between the tendons of m. extensor pollicus longus and brevis.
  62. LI-6
    LOCATION: with the elbow flexed and the radial side of arm upward, the point is on the line joining LI-5 and LI-11, 3 cun above the crease of the wriST.
  63. LI-7
    LOCATION: with the elbow flexed and the radial side of arm upwards, divide the distance between LI-5 and LI-11 into (2) equal parts, then locate LI-7 once cun distal to this midpoint.
  64. LI-8
    LOCATION: locate with the elbow flexed and with the radial side of the arm upwards. Divide the distance between LI-5 and LI-11 into (3) equal parts. LI-8 is located at the junction of the proximal and middle thirds.
  65. LI-9
    LOCATION: Radial side of the forearm, 3 cun distal to LI-11 on the LI-5, locate with elbow flexed and with radial side of the arm upwards. Divide the distance between LI-5 and LI-11 in 1/2 and then 1/2 the distance between the midpoint and LI-11
  66. LI-10
    LOCATION: Radial side of forearm, 2 cun distal to LI-11 on the line connecting LI-11 with LI-5. Locate with elbow flexed with the radial side of arm upwards. 1ST locate LI-9, then locate LI-10 one cun proximal to it. This point is usually significantly tender to palpation.
  67. LI-11
    LOCATION: At the elbow midway between LU-5 and the lateral epicondyle of the humerus, @ the lateral end of the transverse cubital crease.
  68. LI-12
    LOCATION: When the elbow is fixed, this point is located in the depression 1 cun. proximal to and cun lateral to LI-11. (anterior border of humerus on border of bone).
  69. LI-13
    LOCATION: On the lateral side of the upper arm, 3 cun proximal to LI-11 on the line connecting LI-11 with LI-15. Located approx. one hand breath superior to LI-11, in the depression between the lateral border of biceps brachii and humerus, locate 1/3 of distance between LI-11 and axillary fold.
  70. LI-14
    LOCATION: Lateral side of the upper arm, in the visible and tender depression formed between the distal inseration of the deltoid muscle and the brachialis muscle, approx. 3/5's of the distance along the line drawn between LI-11 and LI-15).
  71. LI-15
    LOCATION: In the depression Which lies anterior and inferior to the acromion, @ the origin of the deltoid muscle. If the arm is abDUcted, the 2 hollows will be more easily palpable and often visible.
  72. LI-16
    LOCATION: Upper aspect of shoulder, in the depression medial to the acromion process and between lateral extremity of the clavicle and scapular spine. ** caution** deep needling may puncture the carotid artery or jugular vein.
  73. LI-17
    LOCATION: Lateral side of the neck, 1 cun inferior to LI-18 on the posterior border of the STernocleidomaSToid muscle. ** caution** deep needling may puncture the carotid artery or jugular vein.
  74. LI-18
    LOCATION: Lateral side of the neck, level with the tip of the laryngeal prominence, between the STernal and clavicular heads of the STernocleidomaSToid muscle. Squeeze with thumb and 2nd finger to find.
  75. LI-19
    LOCATION: Below the lateral margin of the noSTril, 0.5 cun lateral to DU-26 (gum line).
  76. LI-20
    LOCATION: In the naso-labial groove, at the level of the midpoint of the lateral border of the ala nasi.
  77. Large Intestine Primary Channel
    This channel begins at the radial side of the tip of the index finger, traverses laterally up the arm, passes through SI-12 to DU-14, connects with the lung and descends to the LI, while another path passes through the cheek and enters the lower gums, crosses to the opposite side of the face @ DU-26 and joins the ST channel at LI-20. Name this channel.
  78. SI-12, DU-14, ST-12, REN-24, ST-4 and DU-26
    Name the crossing points of the LI channel.
  79. Lower Gums
    What is/are the tissue(s) associated with the LI Channel?
  80. LI -20 / ST-1
    What is the linkage (circadian flow of qi) on the LI channel with the ST channel?
  81. LI-6
    What is the LI Luo Point?
  82. Large Intestine Luo Channel
    This channel begins at LI-6 and joins with its interiorly / exteriorly associated Lung Channel 3 cun above the wriST. It ascends the arm through Jianyu (LI-15) to the jaw and cheek, where it divides. One branch connecting with the teeth and the other entering the ear to join the "zong-mai" (where the channels of the LI, ST, SI, GB, SJ gather and collect at the ear). Name this channel.
  83. Xu Symptoms of the Large Intestine Luo Channel
    The symptoms of this channel are: sensation of coldness in teeth, fullness and congeSTion in the chest. Name the channel and if these are xu or shi symptoms.
  84. Shi Symptoms of the Large Intestine Luo Channel
    The symptoms of this channel are: excess tooth ache as well as deafness. Name this channel and if these symptoms are xu or shi symptoms.
  85. Large Intestine TM / Sinew Channel
    This channel's symptoms are: cramping and pain aloing the course of the channel, inability to raise the shoulder (raise or flex), inability to turn the neck to the left or to the right, shoulder, neck and back pain and acute TMJ problems. Name this channel.
  86. Large Intestine Divergent Channel
    This channel treats and benefits the throat and voice, (swelling and pain with throat, rattling in the throat and goiter and scrofula), sudden loss of voice, alleviates cough and wheezing, helps treat maSTitis or fibrocySTic breast disorder, myalgia or chest pain and upper back pain. Name this channel that originates from the Large Intestine Channel.
  87. Large Intestine Divergent Channel
    This channel after deriving from the large intestine meridian on the hand continues upward crossing the arm and shoulder to reach the breast. A branch separates at the top of the shoulder and enters the spine at the nape. It runs downward to connect with the LI and lung. Another branch runs upward from the shoulder along the throat and emerges at the supraclavicular fossa; there it rejoins the LI meridian. Name this channel.

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