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  1. HT1
    Which hand shaoyin point is located in the depression at the center of the axilla? CAUTION: avoid the axillary artery and deep insertion risk of pneumothorax. Summit Spring
  2. HT2
    Which hand shaoyin point is located 3 cun proximal to the medial end of the transverse cubital crease in the groove btw the medial side of the biceps brachii and the humeral shaft. Green Spirit
  3. HT3
    Which heart point is located with the elbow fully flexed: locate the point at the medial tip of the transverse cubital crease. Lesser Sea
  4. HT4
    Which hand shaoyin point is located in relation to HT7. Radial side of the flexor carpi ulnaris, 1.5 cun proximal to HT7? Spirit Path
  5. HT5
    Which hand shaoyin point is located on Radial side of the flexor carpi ulnaris, 1 cun proximal to HT 7. ? Connecting/penetrating Interior
  6. HT6
    Which hand shaoyin point is located on the radial side of the flexor carpi ulnaris, 1/2 cun proximal to Ht7? Yin Cleft (Accumulation)
  7. HT7
    Which hand shaoyin point is located at the wristjoint on the transverse crease running through the pisiform bone. Locate the point on the radial side of the flexor carpi ulnaris in the depression at the proximal border of the pisiform bone? CAUTION: ulnar nerve and artery lie adjacent to this point. Spirit Gate (Mind Door)
  8. Ht8
    Which hand shaoyin point is located on the palm of the hand btw the 4th and 5th metacarpal bones where the pinkie reSTs when you make a fiST? Usually located btw the two transverse palmar creases. Lesser Yin Mansion
  9. Ht9
    Which hand shaoyin point is located on the dorsal aspect of the pinkie on the radial corner of the fingernail? Lesser Yin Rushing
  10. HT1
    Which hand shaoyin point is the entry point?
  11. Ht9
    Which hand shaoyin point is the exit point?
  12. Ht3
    Which hand shaoyin point is the Water He-Sea point?
  13. Ht4
    Which hand shaoyin point is the Metal Jing-River point?
  14. Ht5
    Which hand shaoyin point is the Luo-connecting point?
  15. Ht6
    Which hand shaoyin point is the Xi-cleft point?
  16. Ht7
    Which hand shaoyin point is the Earth Shu-Stream point?
  17. Ht7
    Which hand shaoyin point is the Yuan-source point; sedation point?
  18. Ht8
    Which hand shaoyin point is the Fire Ying-spring point?
  19. Ht8
    What is the hand shaoyin horary point?
  20. Ht9
    Which hand shaoyin point is the Wood Jing-well point?
  21. Ht9
    What is the tonification point of the heart channel?
  22. STarts in Heart; 1 branch goes to diaphragm and small intestine. 1 branch goes alonside the esophagus, then face and cheek, and then tissues surronding the eye. 1 branch enters the lung, emerges from the axilla, travels along the medial posterior aspect of the arm and ends at the small finger
    What is the hand shaoyin channel pathway?
  23. ST-14
    Descends rebellious qi and unbinds the chest
  24. ST-15
    Descends rebellious qi and unbinds the chest, benefits the breasts, alleviates pain and itching of the skin
  25. ST-16
    Alleviates cough and wheezing, benefits the breasts
  26. ST-18
    Benefits the breasts and reDUces swelling, unbinds the chest and alleviates cough and wheezing
  27. ST-19
    Harmonises the middle jiao and lowers rebellion, descends qi and alleviates cough and wheezing
  28. ST-20
    Harmonises the middle jiao, descends rebellion of the lung and Stomach
  29. ST-21
    Regulates qi and alleviates pain, harmonises the middle jiao and transforms Stagnation, reases the wi and STops diarrhea
  30. ST-22
    Regulates qi and alleviates pain, regulates the intestines and benefits urination
  31. ST-23
    Transforms phleghm and calms the spirit, harmonises the middle jiao
  32. ST-24
    Transforms phlegm and calms the spirit, harmonises the Stomach and alleviates vomiting
  33. ST-26
    Regulates qi and alleviates pain
  34. ST-27
    Benefits the kidneys and firms essence, regulates qi and promotes urination
  35. ST-28
    Regulates the lower jiao and dispels Stagnation, benefits the bladder and the uterus
  36. ST-29
    Warms the lower jiao, regulates menSTruation and benefits the genital region
  37. ST-30
    Regulates qi in the lower jiao, regulates the Chong mai, subDUes running piglet qi
  38. ST-31, ST-32, ST-33
    Activates the channel and alleviates pain, dispels wind-damp
  39. ST-34
    Activates the channel and alleviates pain, harmonises the Stomach and alleviates pain, moderates acute conditions
  40. SP-4
    Fortifies the spleen and harmonises the middle jiao, regulates qi and resolves dampness, calms the spirit, benefits the heart and chest, regulates the chong mai
  41. SP-11
    Regulates urination, drains damp and clears heat
  42. SP-12
    Invigorates blood, regulates qi and alleviates pain, drains damp, clears heat and regulates urination
  43. SP-13
    Regulates qi and alleviates pain
  44. SP-14
    Warms and benefits the lower jiao, regulates qi and descends rebellion
  45. SP-16
    Regulates the intestines
  46. SP-17
    Dissipates accumulation of food and fluid and promotes digeSTion
  47. SP-18
    Regulates and descends qi, benefits the breasts and promotes lactation
  48. SP-19, SP-20
    Regulates and descends qi and unbinds the chest
  49. SI 1
    Which hand taiyang point is located on the ulnar corner of the pinkie fingernail?
  50. SI 1
    Which point is beST for insufficient lactation?
  51. SI 2
    Which hand taiyang point is located on the ulnar border of the little finger in a depression just distal to the MCP joint, on the border where the skine changes color?
  52. SI 3
    Which hand taiyang point is located on the ulnar border of the hand in a large depression proximal to the head of the 5th metacarpal bone and the MCP joint, on the border where the skin changes color?
  53. SI 1
    What is the Jing-well point for the hand taiyang channel?
  54. SI 2
    What is the ying-spring point on the hand taiyang channel?
  55. SI 3
    What is the Shu-Stream point on the hand taiyang channel?
  56. SI 3
    What is the confluent point of the DU Vessel?
  57. SI 4
    Which hand taiyang point is located on the ulnar border of the hand in a depression btw the base of the 5 metacarpal bone and the triquetral bone of the wrist(just distal to this bone), on the border where the skin changes color?
  58. SI 5
    Which hand taiyang point is located on the ulnar margin of the transverse crease of the wristin the depression btw the head of the ulna and the triquetral bone?
  59. SI 4
    What is the Yuan source point on the hand taiyang channel?
  60. SI 5
    What is the Jing-river point on the hand taiyang channel?
  61. SI 6
    Which hand taiyang point is located on the dorsal aspect of the head of the ulna in a cleft level with and to the radial side of the high point of the STyloid process of the ulna?
  62. SI 6
    Which point muST be located by rotation of the hand?
  63. SI 6
    What is the xi-cleft point on the hand taiyang channel?
  64. SI 7
    What hand taiyang point is located 5 cun proximal to SI 5 and inline between SI 5 and SI 8?
  65. SI 8
    What hand taiyang point is located in the depression btw the tip of the olecranon process of the ulna and the tip of the medial epicondyle of the humerus?
  66. SI 7
    What is the Luo-connecting point of the hand taiyang channel?
  67. SI 9
    Which point is located 1 cun superior to the tip of the posterior axillary crease when the shoulders are dropped and the arms hang normally at the sides of the body?
  68. SI 10
    Which point is located in the depression directly below the acromion on the lateral side of the scapular spine? should be directly above the posterior tip of the axillary crease.
  69. SI 10
    Which point is the meeting point of the SI, BL, Yang Wei and Yang Qiao?
  70. SI 11
    Which point is located on the scapula, in a tender depression 1/3 of the distance from the midpoint of the inferior border of the scapular spine to the inferior angle of the scapula?
  71. SI 12
    Which point is located in the suprascapular fossa at the midpoint of the upper border of the scapular spine, just above the bone?
  72. SI 13
    Which point is located in the depression at the medial end of the scapular spine and superior to it? locate at the vertical level and midway between SI 10 and the lower border of the spinous process of T2.
  73. SI 14
    Which point is located 3 cun lateral to the lower border of the spinous process of T1 on or near the medial border of the scapula?
  74. SI 15
    Which point is located 2 cun lateral to the lower border of the spinous process of C7?
  75. SI 16
    Which point is located on the lateral aspect of the neck, level with the laryngel prominence on the posterior border of the SCM?
  76. SI 17
    Which point is located in a depression btw the angle of the jaw and the anterior border of the SCM? level with the angle of the mandible
  77. SI 18
    Which point is directly below the outer canthus of the eye and on the inferior border of the zygomatic bone?
  78. SI 19
    Which point is just anterior to the tragus of the ear (or on the larger -usually lower- tragus if the patient has two) and posterior to the condyloid process of the mandible?
  79. small finger, posterior of arm, scapula, DU 14, ST 12, one branch to esophogus, heart, Stomach, and SI, one branch to face, outer canthus of eye, enters the ear to meet SI, SJ, GB channels, one branch to face, inner canthus of eye to meet BL channel, cheek.
    What is the pathway of the SI channel?
  80. from SI 7 to shoulder and heart channel
    Where does the SI Luo-connecting channel go?
  81. KD 2
    dispel deficiency heat caused by kidney-yin deficiency
  82. KD 3
    organ, channel, or functional disorders of the kidney
  83. KD 4
    heel pain
  84. KD 6, 9,10
    nourish kidney yin
  85. KD 9
    nourish kidney yin, kidney essence + blood
  86. KD 2
    ying-spring point of KD
  87. KD 10
    nourish kidney yin and reDUce internal deficiency heat
  88. KD 6
    nourish kidney yin
  89. combined with lu 7 for chronic lung disease or asthma
  90. KD 10
    nourishkidney yin and reDUce internal deficiency heat
  91. combined with lv 8 to suDueliver yang in hypertension
  92. KD 6
    combined with lu 7 for chronic lung diseases or asthma
  93. KD 10
    combined with lv 8 to subDueliver yang in hypertension
  94. pc 6
    combined with sp 4 to relieve Stomach symptoms: nausea, vomiting
  95. sj 13
    combined with sj 11 for diabetes treatment
  96. sj 11
    combined with sj 2 for hypertension treatment
  97. sj 11
    combined with sj 13 for diabetes treatment
  98. KD 3
    Yuan-primary point of KD
  99. KD 4
    Luo-connecting point of KD
  100. pc 4
    xi-cleft point of pc
  101. KD 9
    xi-cleft point of yin-link vessel (yin-wei)
  102. KD 10
    he-sea point of KD
  103. KD 6
    confluent point of yin-heel vessel (yin-qiao)
  104. pc 6
    confluent point of yin-link vessel (yin-wei)
  105. pc 6
    Luo connecting pt of pc
  106. confluent point of yin-link vessel (yin-wei)
  107. sj 6
    Jing-river point of sj
  108. principle point for hypochondrium
  109. KD 9
    support immune function
  110. sj 2
    yin-spring point of sj
  111. pc 4
    acute chest pain
  112. pc 4
    acute heart disorders
  113. pc 6
    insomnia, irritability
  114. pc 6
    heart disorders
  115. sj 11
    qing-leng-Yuan
  116. (clear cold creek)
  117. sj 2
    reDUce sodium retention in hypertension treatment
  118. sj 2
    reDUce heat in sj
  119. sj 6
    relieve hypochondriac pain
  120. sj 6
    symptomatic relief for conSTipation
  121. sj 11
    reDUce heat in febrile disease
  122. sj 11
    nourish body fluids in yin deficiency or dehydration
  123. sj 13
    regulate metabolism in thyroid
  124. sj 14
    local point in sj for pain
  125. pc 4
    acute chest pain
  126. acute heart disorders
  127. pc 6
    heart disorders
  128. insomnia, irritability
  129. combined with sp 4 to relieve Stomach symptoms: nausea, vomiting
  130. KD 9
    nourish kidney yin
  131. nourish kidney essence and blood
  132. support immune function
  133. sj 2
    reDUce heat in SJ
  134. reDUce sodium retention in hypertension treatment
  135. sj 6
    relieve hypochondriac pain
  136. symptomatic relief for conSTipation
  137. sj 11
    reDUce heat in febrile disease
  138. nourish body fluids in yin deficiency or dehydration
  139. combined with SJ 2 for hypertension
  140. combined with SJ 13 for diabetes
  141. sj 13
    regulate metabolism in thyroid
  142. combined with SJ 11 for diabetes
  143. sj 23
    local point in sj for eye pain or eye disorders
  144. Tip of the Big Toe
    Where does the Spleen Channel begin?
  145. LU-1, GB-24, LI-14, REN-3, REN-4, REN-10
    What are the crossing points of the spleen channel?
  146. Heart
    What is/are the extra organ(s) on the spleen channel?
  147. Lower Surface of the Tongue
    What is/are the tissue(s) associated with the Spleen Channel?
  148. REN - 10 to the HT
    What is the linkage in the Spleen Channel?
  149. LI / 8
    The Spleen channel passes interior to the_________channel____cun above the medial malleolus.
  150. SP-4
    This is the Spleen Luo Connecting Luo Point:
  151. Spleen Luo
    This channel's pathway is from the spleen to the Stomach and intestines. It departs from SP-4, 1 cun behind the big toe. It connects with the ST channel and enters the abdomen and connects with the intestines and Stomach. Name the channel:
  152. Xu Symptoms of the Spleen Luo
    Ascites, flatulence, abdominal fullness and distentionand childhood nutritional impairment are symptoms of What kind and What channel?
  153. Shi Symptoms of the Spleen Luo
    Pain of the Stomach and intestines (colic) are symptoms of What kind and What channel?
  154. Spleen Great Luo
    This channel's pathway if from the spleen to the chest and ribs. It departs from SP-21, 3 cun below the axilla. It spreads in the chest and hypochondrium. It gathers blood of the Luo-connecting channels of the whole body.
  155. Xu Symptoms of the Spleen Great Luo
    Muscle atrophy, flacidity and weakness of the joints, chronic fatigue, poSTsurgical and poSTpartum weakness, excess symptoms (i.e. multiple site arthritis, B-syndrome, fibromyalgia, MS, Lupus or Crohn's disease are symptoms of What kid and of What channel?
  156. Luo Point 21
    This is the point of the Spleen Great Luo.
  157. Spleen TM / Sinew / Muscle Channel
    This channel begins at the big toe, ascends the foot to converge @ the inner malleolus, ascends the medial aspect of the tibia to converge at the medial aspect of the knee, follows medial aspect of the thigh to converge in the groin before converging at the external genitalia, ascends the abdomen, converges at the rigs and spreads in the chest, from the inside of the chest, a branch adhers to spine and connects with channel of liver and kidney.
  158. Spleen TM / Sinew/Muscle Channel
    When this channel is diseased, there is STrain of the muscle of the big toe, pain in the internal malleolus, twiSTing pain in the leg, pain in the medial aspect of the knee and thigh, pain in the genitalia, pain from the umbilicus to the hypochondrium on both sides and pain inside the vertebrae region. This condition is called the Autumn Painful ObSTruction Syndrome (Bi Syndrome)
  159. Middle of Anterior Thigh (SP-11), Lower Abdomen (SP 12/13), Neck over to Tongue, Mouth
    Name the diverge/Separate_______, Enter, _______Emerge_____ and Converge______ points of the Spleen Divergent Channel:
  160. Spleen Divergent Channel
    This pathway diverges from the spleen main primary channel in the middle of the thigh. It then joins with the Stomach divergent channel at the neck and reaches the tongue. Name this channel:
  161. Spleen Divergent Channel
    This channel treats general tiredness, weakness of limbs, poor digeSTion, loose STools, xu of qi and blood, mental disorders (i.e. - depression when you are nourished you feel better), thyroid disorders, unclear speech Due tophelgm and damp accumulating in the tongue and ulcers of the mouth and tongue.
  162. 18 cun
    Upper border of the pubic symphysis to the medial epicondyle of the femur is how many cun measurement?
  163. 13 cun
    Lower border of the medial condyle of the tibia to the tip of the medial malleolus?
  164. 8 cun
    Midline to the Acromion in cun measurement:
  165. Sp-1
    FUNCTIONS: STops bleeding, regulates spleen, unbinds the chest, calms the heart and spirit and reSTores consciousness.
  166. SP-2
    FUNCTIONS: regulates the spleen, resolves dampness and damp-heat, harmonizes the middle jiao and clears heat.
  167. SP-1
    INDICATIONS: abdominal diSTention, bloody STools, menorrhagia, uterine bleeding, mental disorders, dream diSTurbed sleep, convulsion. SPECIAL CATEGORY: Jing-well point
  168. SP-2
    INDICATIONS: abdominal diSTention, gaSTric pain, conSTipation, febrile diseases with anhidrosis. SPECIAL CATEGORY: Ying Spring Point
  169. SP-3
    FUNCTIONS: tonifies the spleen and resolves deampness and damp-heat, harmonizes the spleen and Stomach, regulates qi
  170. SP-3
    INDICATIONS: gaSTric pain, abdominal diSTention, conSTipation, dysentery, vomiting, diarrhea, borborygmus, sluggishness, beriberi. SPECIAL CATEGORY: Shu-Stream point and Yuan Primary Point.
  171. SP-4
    FUNCTIONS: fortifies the spleen and harmonizes the middle jiao, regulates qi and resolves dampness, calms the spirit, benefits the heart and chest, regulates the Penetrating Vessel. SPECIAL CATEGORY: Confluent Point; Spleen Luo Point.
  172. SP-4
    INDICATIONS: gaSTric pain, vomiting, abdominal pain and diSTention, diarrhea, dysentery, borborygmus.
  173. SP-5
    FUNCTIONS: fortifies the spleen and resolves dampness, benefits the sinews and bones, calms the spirit.
  174. SP-5
    INDICATIONS: abdominal diSTention, conSTipation, diarrhea, borborygmus, pain and rigidity of the tongue, pain in the foot and ankle, hemorroid. SPECIAL CATEGORY: Jing River Point.
  175. SP-6
    FUNCTIONS: tonifies the spleen and Stomach, resolves dampness, harmonizes the liver and tonifies the kidney, regulates the menSTration and inDUces labor, harmonizes the lower jiao, regulates urination and benefits the genitals, calms the spirit, invigorates the blood, activates the channel and alleviates pain.
  176. SP-6
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, borborygmus, abdominal diSTention, diarrhea, dysmenorrhea, irregular menSTration, uterine bleeding, morbid leukorrhea, prolapse of the uterus, STerility, delayed labor, nocturnal emission, impotence, enuresis, dysuria, edema, hernia, pain in the external genitalia, muscular atrophy, motor impairment, paralysis and pain of the lower extremities, headache, dizziness, vertigo, insomnia.
  177. SP-7
    FUNCTIONS: fortifies the spleen and resolves dampness, promotes urination and dispels swelling.
  178. SP-7
    INDICATIONS: abdominal diSTention, borborygmus, coldness, numbness and paralysis of the knee and leg.
  179. SP-8
    FUNCTIONS: regulates menSTration and invigorates blood, harmonizes the spleen and resolves dampness, moderates acute conditions.
  180. SP-8
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain and diSTention, diarrhea, edema, dysuria, nocturnal emission, irregular menSTration, dysmenorrhea. SPECIAL CATEGORY: Xu-Cleft Point.
  181. SP-9
    FUNCTIONS: Regulates the spleen and resolves dampness, opens and moves the water passages, benefits the lower jiao.
  182. SP-9
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain and diSTention, diarrhea, edema, jaundice, dysuria, enuresis, incontinence of urine, pain in the external genitalia, dysmenorrehea, pain in the knee. SPECIAL CATEGORY: He-Sea Point
  183. SP-10
    FUNCTIONS: Invigorates the blood and dispels Stasis, cools blood, harmonizes menSTration, benefits the skin.
  184. SP-10
    INDICATIONS: irregular menSTration, dysmenorrhea, uterine bleeding, amenorrhea, uticaria, ezxema, erysipelas, pain in the medial aspect of the thigh.
  185. SP-11
    FUNCTIONS: regulates the urination, drains damp and clears heat.
  186. SP-11
    INDICATIONS: dysuria, enuresis, pain and swelling in the inguinal region, muscular atrophy, motor impairment, pain and paralysis of the lower extremities.
  187. SP-12
    FUNCTIONS: invigorates blood, regulates qi, alleviates pain, drains damp, clears heat, regulates urination.
  188. SP-12
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, hernia, dysuria.
  189. SP-13
    FUNCTIONS: regulates qi and alleviates pain
  190. SP-13
    INDICATIONS: lower abdominal pain, hernia.
  191. SP-14
    FUNCTIONS: warms and benefits the lower jiao, regulates qi and descends rebellion.
  192. SP-14
    INDICATIONS: pain around the umbilicus (region), abdominal diSTention, hernia, diarrhea, conSTipation.
  193. SP-15
    FUNCTIONS: moves qi and regulates the intestines.
  194. SP-15
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain and diSTention, diarrhea, dysentery, conSTipation.
  195. SP-16
    FUNCTIONS: regulates the intestines.
  196. SP-16
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, indigeSTion, conSTipation, dysentery.
  197. SP-17
    FUNCTIONS: dissipates accumulation of food and fluid and promotes digeSTion.
  198. SP-17
    INDICATIONS: fullness and pain in the chest and hypochondriac region
  199. SP-18
    FUNCTIONS: regulates and descends qi, benefits the breasts and promotes lactation.
  200. SP-18
    INDICATIONS: fullness in the chest and hypochondriac region, cough, hiccup, maSTitis, insufficient lactation.
  201. SP-19
    FUNCTIONS: regulates and descends qi and unbinds the chest.
  202. SP-19
    INDICATIONS: fullness and pain in the chest and hypochondriac region
  203. SP-20
    FUNCTIONS: regulates and descends qi and unbinds the chest
  204. SP-20
    INDICATIONS: fullness in the chest and hypochondriac region, cough, hiccup
  205. SP-21
    FUNCTIONS: Regulates qi & blood; firms the sinews nd joints; unbinds the chest and benefIts the lateral coSTal region. SPECIAL CATEGORY: Great Luo Connecting Point
  206. SP-21
    INDICATIONS: Pain the chest & hypochondriac region; asthma; general aching; weakness.
  207. ST-1
    FUNCTIONS: Dispels Wind, benefits the eyes, clears heat, STops lacrimation.
  208. ST-2
    FUNCTIONS: Dispels wind, benefits the eyes, clears heat.
  209. ST-3
    FUNCTIONS: dispels wind, relieves swelling and pain.
  210. ST-4
    FUNCTIONS: dispels wind, relieves pain, activates the meridian.
  211. ST-5
    FUNCTIONS: Dispels wind, reDUces swelling.
  212. ST-6
    FUNCTIONS: Dispels wind, clears obSTructions in the meridian, relieves pain, benefits the jaws and teeth.
  213. ST-7
    FUNCTIONS: clears obSTructions in the meridian, benefits the ears, jaw and teeth.
  214. ST-8
    FUNCTIONS: dispels wind, benefits the eyes, relieves pain.
  215. ST-9
    FUNCTIONS: regulates qi and blood, subDUes rebellious qi, benefits the throat and neck.
  216. ST-10
    FUNCTIONS: descends lung qi, benefits the throat and neck.
  217. ST-11
    FUNCTIONS: Descends qi, benefits the throat and neck, alleviates cough.
  218. ST-12
    FUNCTIONS: descends lung qi, activates the meridian.
  219. ST-13
    FUNCTIONS: descends lung qi and clears heat from the chest, activates the channel and alleviates pain.
  220. ST-14
    FUNCTIONS: descends rebellious qi and unbinds the chest.
  221. ST-15
    FUNCTIONS: descends rebellious qi and unbinds the chest, benefits the chest/breasts, alleviates pain and itching of the skin.
  222. ST-16
    FUNCTIONS: alleviates cough and wheezing, benefits the breasts.
  223. ST-17
    FUNCTIONS: located at the center of the nipple, in the 4th intercostal space, 4 cun lateral to the midline.
  224. ST-18
    FUNCTIONS: benefits the breasts and reDUces swelling, unbinds the chest, alleviates cough and wheezing
  225. ST-19
    FUNCTIONS: harmonizes the middle jiaou and lowers rebellion, descends qi, alleviates cough and wheezing.
  226. ST-20
    FUNCTIONS: harmonizes the middle jiao, descends rebellion of the lung and Stomach.LOCATION: 5 cun above the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 13.
  227. ST-21
    FUNCTIONS: regulates qi, alleviates pain, harmonizes the middle jiao, transforms Stagnation, raises the qi, STops diarrhea.
  228. ST-22
    FUNCTIONS: regulates qi, alleviates pain, regulates the intestines, benefits urination.
  229. ST-23
    FUNCTIONS: transform phlegm, calms spirit, harmonizes the middle jiao. INDICATIONS: gaSTric pain, irritability, mania, indigeSTion. LOCATION: 2 cun above the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 12.
  230. ST-24
    FUNCTIONS: transforms phlegm, calms the spirit, harmonizes the Stomach, alleviates vomiting.
  231. ST-25
    FUNCTIONS: regulates the intestines, regulates the SP & ST, resolves dampness and damp-heat, regulates qi and blood, eliminates Stagnation.
  232. ST-26
    FUNCTIONS: regulates qi and alleviates pain. LOCATION: 1 cun below the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 7.
  233. ST-27
    FUNCTIONS: benefits the kidney and firms essence, regulates qi and promotes urination.
  234. ST-28
    FUNCTIONS: regulates the lower jiao, dispels Stagnation, benefits the bladder and uterus.
  235. ST-29
    FUNCTIONS: warms the lower jiao, regulates menSTration, benefits genital region.
  236. ST-30
    FUNCTIONS: regulates qi and lower jiao, regulates the penetrating vessel, subDUes running piglet qi. Point of the Sea of Water and Grain.
  237. ST-31
    FUNCTIONS: Activates the channel, alleviates pain, dispels wind-damp. LOCATION: On the anterior side of the thigh and on the line connecting the anterosuperior iliac spine and the superolateral corner of the patella, n the level of the perineum where the thigh is fixed, in the depression lateral to the satorius muscle.
  238. ST-32
    FUNCTIONS: activates the channel, alleviates pain, dispels wind-damp.
  239. ST-33
    FUNCTIONS: activates the channel, alleviates pain, dispels wind-damp. LOCATION: When the knee is fixed, the point is 3 cun above the laterosuperior border of the patella, on the line joining the laterosuperior border of the patella and anterior superior iliac spine.
  240. ST-34
    FUNCTIONS: activates the channel, alleviates pain, harmonizes the ST, moderates acute conditions.
  241. ST-35
    FUNCTIONS: dispels wind-damp, reDUces swelling, activates the channel, alleviates pain. INDICATIONS: pain and numbness and motor impairment of the knee, beriberi.
  242. ST-36
    FUNCTIONS: harmonizes the ST, fortifies the SP, resolves dampness, supports the correct qi and foSTers the original qi, tonifies qi and nourishes blood and yin, clears fire and calms the spirit, activates the channel, alleviates pain, revives the Yang, reSTores consciousness.
  243. ST-37
    FUNCTIONS: regulates the intestines, transforms Stagnation, clears damp-heat, alleviates diarrhea and dysenteric disorder, regulates the SP and ST, activates the channel, alleviates pain.
  244. ST-1
    NDICATIONS: redness,swelling and pain of the eye, lacrimation, night blindness, twitching of the eye-lids, facial paralysis.
  245. ST-1
    LOCATION: On the face, the point is directly below the pupil of the eye, between the eyeball and the infraorbital ridge.
  246. ST-2
    INDICATIONS: redness, pain and twitching of the eye, facial paralysis, twitching of the eyelids, pain in the face.
  247. ST-2
    LOCATION: On the face, the point is directly below the pupil of the eye, in the depression of the infraorbital foramen.
  248. ST-3
    INDICATIONS: facial paralysis, twitching of the eyelids, epiSTaxis, toothache, swelling of lips and cheek.
  249. ST-3
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Knotting (3 Leg Yang Meeting Place).
  250. ST-3
    LOCATION: On the face, directly below the pupil of the eye at the level of the lower border of the ala nasi, on the laterla side of the nasolabial groove.
  251. ST-4
    INDICATIONS: deviation of mouth, salivation, twitching of the eye lids.
  252. ST-4
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Crossing point of ST, LI, meridians and the Yang Qiao Vessel.
  253. ST-4
    LOCATION: On the face, lateral to the corner of the mouth (Bell's Palsy, trigeminal neuralgia).
  254. ST-5
    INDICATIONS: facial paralysis, trismus, swelling of the cheek, pain in the face, toothache, crooked jaw
  255. ST-5
    LOCATION: Anterior to the angle of mandible , on the anterior border of the attached portion of m. masseter, where the facial artery pulsates (clentch teeth to find this).
  256. ST-6
    INDICATIONS: facial paralysis, tooth ache, swelling of the cheek and face, mumps, trismus.
  257. ST-6
    LOCATION: On the cheek, in the depression one finger breadth (middle finger) anterior/superior to the lower angle of the mandible where m. masseter attaches, @ the prominence of the muscle where the teeth are clentched.
  258. ST-7
    INDICATIONS: deafness, tinnitus, otorrhea, toothache, facial paralysis, pain of the face, motor impairment of the jaw
  259. ST-7
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Crossing point of the ST and GB Meridians.
  260. ST-7
    LOCATION: On the face, anterior to the ear, in the depression between the zygomatic arch and the condyloid process of the mandible.
  261. ST-8
    INDICATIONS: headache, blurring of vision, ophthalmalgia, lacrimation.
  262. ST-8
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Crossing Point of the ST, GB Meridians and Yang Wei Vessel.
  263. ST-8
    LOCATION: On both sides of the scalp, .5 cun above the forhead, 4.5 cun lateral from the midline of the head.
  264. ST-9
    INDICATIONS: sore throat, asthma, goiter, dizziness, flushing of the face.
  265. ST-9
    LOCATION: On the neck, lateral to the Adam's apple on the anterior border of m. SCM, where the common carotid artery pulsates.
  266. ST-10
    INDICATIONS: sore throat, asthma, cough.
  267. ST-10
    LOCATION: On the neck, on the anterior border of m. SCM, @ the midpoint of the line joining ST-9 and ST-11.
  268. ST-11
    INDICATIONS: sore throat, pain and rigidity of the neck, asthma, hiccup, goiter.
  269. ST-11
    LOCATION: On the neck, no the superior border of the STernal extremity of the clavicle, between the STernal head and clavicular head of m. SCM, 4 cun from anterior midline.
  270. ST-12
    INDICATIONS: cough, asthma, sore throat, pain in the supraclavicular fossa.
  271. ST-12
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Meeting Point of the ST, LI, SI, Sanjiao and GB Channels.
  272. ST-12
    LOCATION: In the midpoint of the supraclavicular fossa, 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline.
  273. ST-13
    INDICATIONS: fullness of the chest, asthma cough, hiccup, pain in the chest and hypochondrium.
  274. ST-13
    LOCATION: At the lower border of the middle of the clavicle, 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline.
  275. ST-14
    INDICATIONS: sensation of fullness and pain in the chest, cough.
  276. ST-14
    LOCATION: In the 1ST intercostal space, 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline (find angle of Luis).
  277. ST-15
    INDICATIONS: fullness and pain in the chest and the coSTal region, cough, asthma, maSTitis.
  278. ST-15
    LOCATION: In the second intercostal space, 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline.
  279. ST-16
    INDICATIONS: fullness and pain in the chest, hypochondrium, cough, ashtma, maSTitis.
  280. ST-16
    LOCATION: In the 3rd intercostal space, 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline.
  281. ST-17
    INDICATIONS: This point only as a landmark for locating points on the chest and abdomen.
  282. ST-18
    INDICATIONS: pain in the chest, cough, asthma, maSTitis, insufficient lactation, breast pain, difficult labor, angina, possible heart attack.
  283. ST-18
    LOCATION: on the chest, directly below the nipple, on the lower border of breast, in the 5th intercostal space, 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline.
  284. ST-19
    INDICTIONS: abdominal diSTention, vomiting, gaSTric pain, anorexia, pain of the heart, dry mouth.
  285. ST-19
    FUNCTIONS: harmonizes the middle jiaou and lowers rebellion, descends qi, alleviates cough and wheezing
  286. ST-20
    INDICATIONS: gaSTric pain, abdominal diSTention, vomiting, anorexia.
  287. ST-20
    LOCATION: 5 cun above the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 13.
  288. ST-21
    INDICATIONS: gaSTric pain, vomiting, anorexia, abdominal diSTention, diarrhea.
  289. ST-21
    LOCATION: 4 cun above the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral REN 12. Go to ST-25 from here.
  290. ST-22
    INDICATIONS: abdominal distentionand pain, anorexia, borborygmus, diarrhea, edema.
  291. ST-22
    LOCATION: 3 cun above the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 11.
  292. ST-23
    INDICATIONS: gaSTric pain, irritability, mania, indigeSTion.
  293. ST-23
    LOCATION: 2 cun above the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 12.
  294. ST-24
    INDICATIONS: gaSTric pain, vomiting, mania, depression.
  295. ST-24
    LOCATION: 1 cun above the umbilicus; 2 cun lateral
  296. ST-25
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain and diSTention, borborygmus, pain around the umbilicus, conSTipation, diarrhea, dysentery, irregular menSTration, edema.
  297. ST-25
    LOCATION: 2 cun lateral to the center of the umbilicus. Palpate for G. Trochanter.
  298. ST-26
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, hernia, dysmenorrhea.
  299. ST-26
    LOCATION: 1 cun below the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 7.
  300. ST-27
    INDICATIONS: lower abdominal diSTention, dysuria, hernia, seminal emission, premature ejaculation.
  301. ST-27
    LOCATION: 2 cun below the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 5.
  302. ST-28
    INDICATIONS: lower abdominal diSTention, retention of urine, edema, hernia, dysmenorrhea, STerility.
  303. ST-28
    LOCATION: 3 cun below the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 4.
  304. ST-29
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, hernia, dysmenorrhea, irregular menSTration, leucorrhea, prolapse of the uterus.
  305. ST-29
    LOCATION: 4 cun below umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN 3.
  306. ST-30
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, borborygmus, hernia, swelling and pain of the external genitalia, impotence, dysmenorrhea, irregular menSTration.
  307. ST-30
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Mtg. Point of ST with Penetrating Vessel;
  308. ST-30
    LOCATION: 5 cun below the umbilicus, 2 cun lateral to REN-2.
  309. ST-31
    INDICATIONS: pain in the thigh, muscular atrophy, motor impairment, numbness and pain in the lower extremities.
  310. ST-31
    LOCATION: On the anterior side of the thigh and on the line connecting the anterosuperior iliac spine and the superolateral corner of the patella, n the level of the perineum where the thigh is fixed, in the depression lateral to the satorius muscle.
  311. ST-32
    INDICATIONS: pain in the lumbar and iliac region, coldness of the knee, paralysis or motor impairment, pain of the lower extremities, beriberi.
  312. ST-32
    LOCATION: On the line connecting the anteriorsuperior iliac spine and lateral border of the patella, 6 cun above the laterosuperior border of the patella.
  313. ST-33
    INDICATIONS: numbness, soRENess, motor impairment of the leg and knee, motor impairment of the lower extremities.
  314. ST-34
    INDICATIONS: pain and numbness of the knee, gaSTric pain, maSTitis, motor impairment of the lower extremities.
  315. ST-34
    LOCATION: On the thigh, on the line drawn between the lateral border of the patella and the interior superior iliac spine, in a depression 2 cun proximal to the superior border of the patella.
  316. ST-35
    LOCATION: On the knee in the hollow formed when the knee is flexed, immediately below the patella and lateral to the patella ligament.
  317. ST-36
    INDICATIONS: gaSTric pain, vomiting, hiccup, abdominal diSTention, borborygmus, diarrhea, dysentery, conSTipation, maSTitis, enteritis, aching of the knee joint and leg, beriberi, edema, cough, asthma, emaciation die to general deficiency, indigeSTion and apoplexy.
  318. ST-36
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: He-Sea and Earth Point of ST channel, Gao Wu Command Point, Ma Dan -Yang Heavenly STar Point, PT of the Sea of Water and Grain. LOCATION: 3 cun below ST-35, one finger breath (middle finger) from the anterior border of the tibia.
  319. ST-37
    INDICATIONS: abdominal pain, diSTention, borborygmus, diarrhea, dysentery, conSTipation, enteritis, paralysis Due toSTroke, beriberi.
  320. ST-37
    LOCATION: 6 cun below ST-35, one finger breadth (middle finger) from the anterior border of the tibia.
  321. ST-38
    FUNCTIONS: Expels Wind Damp, alleviates pain, benefits the shoulder
  322. ST-38
    INDICATIONS: numbness, soRENess and pain of the knee and leg, weakness and motor impairment of the foot, pain and motor impairment of the shoulder, abdominal pain.
  323. ST-38
    LOCATION: 8 cun below ST-35 and on finger breadth (middle finger) from anterior border of the tibia. (imperical point for frozen shoulder - treats opposite side)
  324. ST-39
    FUNCTIONS: move SI qi and transform Stagnation, regulates and harmonizes the intestines, clears damp-heat, activates the channel, alleviates pain, lower He-Sea of SI.
  325. ST-39
    INDICATIONS: Lower abdominal pain, back ache referring to the teSTes, maSTitis, numbness and paralysis of the lower extremities.
  326. ST-39
    LOCATION: 9 cun below ST-35 and i finger breadth (middle finger) from the anterior border of the tibia.
  327. ST-40
    FUNCTIONS: transforms phlegm and dampness, benefits the chest, clears phlegm from the lung, alleviates cough and wheezing, clears phlegm from the heart and calms the spirit, activates the channel, alleviates pain.
  328. ST-40
    INDICATIONS: headache, dizziness and vertigo, cough, asthma, excessive sputum, pain in the chest, conSTipation, mania, epilepsy, muscular atrophy, motor impairment, pain, swelling or paralysis of lower extremities.
  329. ST-40
    LOCATION: 8 cun superior to the tip of the external malleolus, lateral to the ST-38, about 2 finger breadths lateral to the anterior border of the tibia (midway between the popliteal fossa and medial malleolus).
  330. ST-41
    LOCATION: on the dorsum of the foot, @ the midpoint of the transverse crease of the ankle joint, in the depression between the tendons of m. extensor digitorum longus and hallucous longus, approx. @ the level of the tip of the external malleolus.
  331. ST-41
    FUNCTIONS: Clears heat from the ST Channel and FU, calms the spirit, activates the channel, alleviates pain.
  332. ST-41
    INDICATIONS: pain of the ankle joint, muscular atrophy, motor impairment, pain and paralysis of the lower extremities, epilepsy, headache and dizziness, vertigo, abdominal diSTention, conSTipation.
  333. ST-42
    FUNCTIONS: clears heat from ST channel, harmonizes the ST fu, calms the spirit, activates the channel, alleviates pain.
  334. ST-42
    INDICATIONS: pain of the upper teeth, redness and swelling of the dorsum of the foot, facial paralysis, muscular atrophy and motor impairment of the foot.
  335. ST-42
    LOCATION: On the dome of the inSTep of the foot, between the tendons of long extensor muscle of the Great Toe and long extensor muscle of other toes, where the pulsation of the dorsal artery is palpable.
  336. ST-43
    LOCATION: In the depression distal to the unction of the 2nd and 3rd metatarsal bones. 1 cun posterior between 2nd and 3rd metatarsals.
  337. ST-43
    FUNCTIONS: Regulates the spleen, dispels edema, regulates and harmonizes the ST and intestines.
  338. ST-43
    INDICATIONS: facial or general edema, abdominal pain, borborygmus, swelling and pain of the dorsum of the foot.
  339. ST-43
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Shu-Stream point and wood point of the ST channel
  340. ST-44
    FUNCTIONS: Clears heat from the ST channel, alleviates pain, harmonizes the intestines, clears damp-heat, calms the spirit
  341. ST-44
    INDICATIONS: toothache, pain in the face, deviation of the mouth, sore throat, epiSTaxis (nose bleed), gaSTric pain, acid regurgitation, abdominal diSTention, diarrhea, dysentery, conSTipation, swelling and pain of the dorsum of the foot, febrile diseases.
  342. ST-44
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Ying-Spring and Water Point of the ST channel; Ma Dan-Yang Heavenly STar Point
  343. ST-44
    LOCATION: Proximal to the web margin, between the 2nd and 3rd toes, in the depression distal and lateral to the 2nd metatarsodigital joint.
  344. ST-45
    LOCATION: On the lateral side of the 2nd toe, 0.1 cun posterior to the corner of the nail.
  345. ST-45
    SPECIAL POINT CATEGORY: Jing-Well and Metal Point of the ST Channel
  346. ST-45
    FUNCTIONS: clears heat from ST channel, clears heat, calms the spirit, reSTores consciousness
  347. ST-45
    INDICATIONS: facial swelling, deviation of the mouth, epiSTaxis, toothache, hoarse voice, abdominal diSTention, coldness in the leg or foot, febrile diseases, dream diSTurbed sleep, mania.
  348. ST-37
    SPECIAL CATEGORY POINT: Lower - He Sea point of the LI, Point of the Sea of Blood.
  349. ST-39
    SPECIAL CATEGORY POINT: Lower He-Sea point of the SI, Point of Sea of Blood
  350. ST-40
    SPECIAL CATEGORY POINT: Luo-Connecting point of ST Channel
  351. ST-41
    SPCIAL CATEGORY POINT: Jing-River and Fire Point of ST Channel
  352. ST-42
    SPECIAL CATEGORY POINT: Yuan Source Point of the ST Channel
  353. Stomach Primary Channel
    This channel treats disorders of the throat and ear, regulates large intestine, small intestine, Stomach, spleen, uterus and urinary bladder (upper jiao, middle jiao, and lower jiao). It tonifies qi, blood, yin and yang. It also treats runny nose with bloody discharge, deviation of mouth, mouth ulcers, swelling of neck, throat pain, swelling and pain of the knee joint, numbness and pain along the channel. It controls receiving, rottening and ripening, controls transportation of food essence, controls descending of qi, and origin of fluids in the body. It also treats all disorders of the yangming channels in the head.
  354. ST-40
    This channel departs from ST-40, 8 cun above the external malleolus, flows up the leg and a branch joins with spleen channel; flows up torso to nape of neck; head where it converges with qi of other channels; flows down to the throat. Name this channel.
  355. Stomach Luo Xu Symptoms
    These symptoms of this channel are: flacid or atrophied muscles of the legs or feet, pharyngitis or sudden aphasia. Name the channel and if these symptoms are xu or shi.
  356. ST-18
    What is the Stomach Great Luo channel?
  357. Stomach Great Luo
    STarts in the middle 3 toes, converges on the dorsum of the foot. It ascends along the lateral aspect of the tibia and converges of the lateral aspect of the knee, connecting with the gall bladder muscle channel. It ascends the leg and converges @ the hip joint. It passes through the lower ribs to reach the spine. The main branch runs along the tibia and the thigh paST ST-32 to converge in the genitalia. It then ascends the abdomen and chest and reaches the supraclavicular fossa. It ascends the neck to the jaw and mouth and side of nose and gathers in the cheekbone. It joins with the bladder muscle channel this channel goes above the eye socket and the Stomach muscle ch below it. Another branch separates @ the jaw and gathers in front of the ear. It connects with the muscle channels of the gall bladder, large intestine and bladder.
  358. GB44, bl67, sj1
    What three Jing-well points are not used for loss of consciousness?
  359. sj1
    What is the Jing-well point of the SJ channel?
  360. sj2
    What is the ying-spring point of the SJ channel?
  361. sj2
    Which point is good to clear heat from the Heart and spirit and also good for malaria?
  362. shaoyang
    Which level of the 6 STages will have chills and fever alternatively?
  363. taiyang
    Which STage of the 6 levels will have both chills and fever?
  364. sj3, sj5
    What is one of the most important distal points for treating ear disorders Due toany pathology? What other point is also good for this on the SJ channel?
  365. sj3
    What is the Shu-Stream point of the SJ channel?
  366. sj4
    What is the Yuan-source point on the SJ channel and less commonly used than the Yuan-source point on the Yin channel?
  367. sj5
    What is the Luo-connecting point of the SJ channel? and can be good for both excess and xu symptoms of the elbow
  368. sj5, GB40
    What two points (sj and GB) are good to use for heat syndromes of the shaoyang syndrome?
  369. sj5
    Which point opens (MaSTer of) to the Yang Wei (Linking) channel?
  370. apex ear extra point
    for swollen and painful eyes, red eyes, it is good to prick and blood let at Which point?
  371. sj5
    Which point is good to treat temporal, frontal, occipital and vertex headaches?
  372. sj5, 6
    Which points on the SJ channel are good for conSTipation?
  373. sj5
    Which distal point can we choose for shoulder pain?
  374. sj5
    Which sj point can treat exterior syndromes?
  375. lu7,ki6
    Which points do you use to treat REN and Yin Qiao channel problems? reproDUctive problems or inversion of the foot/night time epilepsy
  376. si3, bl62
    Which points can you use to treat DU and Yang Qiao channel problems? clear heat, brain related symptoms
  377. sp4, p6
    Which points can you use to treat Chong and Yin Wei channel problems? abdominal pain or interior symptoms (STomahc, chest, heart)
  378. sj5, GB41
    Which points are good to treat Yang Wei and Dai channel problems?
  379. sj6
    What is the Jing-river point of the SJ channel?
  380. sj6, GB34
    Which two points are good to treat pain of the lateral coSTal region (hypochondriac pain) and distentionDue toqi Stagnation or any other etiology?
  381. sj7
    Which point is the xi-cleft point on the SJ channel?
  382. sj10
    Which point is the He-sea point of the SJ channel?
  383. sj10
    Which point is good to treat scrofula and goiter because it transforms phlegm?
  384. li4, lu7, sj5, GB20
    Which group of points will you choose to treat wind invasion?
  385. ST40, li11
    Which general points will you choose to treat phlegm heat?
  386. sj3, si3, li6, si19 (right), sj17 (right), GB 2 (right)
    when there is ear ache for 3 days, swollen on left ear, painful to touch, Which points will you choose?
  387. li20
    Which general point will you choose for poST-nasal drainage and nasa congeSTion?
  388. sj11-14
    What points along the san jiao channel will you use for local arm and shoulder pain?
  389. sj15
    What is the meeting point of SJ and Yang Wei channel? good for shoulder and arm pain, STiff neck, and fullness of chest
  390. sj16
    What is the SJ window of sky point?
  391. sj17
    Which point will you use for facial problems: swollen on face, TMJ; expel wind: dizziness, vertigo, BELL'S Palsy?
  392. sj17, sj21
    Which two sj points are most commonly used for ear problems like tinnitus, deafness, blockage of ear...?
  393. sj20
    Which point is used for mumps, used with herbs MOXA to clear heat?
  394. sj22
    Which point on the san jiao channel is good for TMJ?
  395. sj23
    Which sj local point is good for headaches, migraines?
  396. pericardium, san jiao
    What two organs does the san jiao channel run through?
  397. back of the ear, separates, enters the ear, emerges in front of the ear, terminates at outer canthus
    describe the flow of the san jiao primary channel after it runs from ST 12 to the neck...
  398. circles behind the ear, to cheek (SI 18), to inferior aspect of eye
    the sj primary channel separates at the back of the ear, one part enters the ear, where else does the channel go?
  399. no
    the sj Luo-connecting point runs from SJ 5 along the external of the arm, to the chest and to the PC organ, does the channel run along the PC channel at any point?
  400. BL39
    What is the lower he-sea point of the san jiao channel?

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