Auricular Pts 3

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  1. Middle ear (diagram) -
    - On Helix crus
  2. hiccups, urticaria, cutaneouspruritis, infantile enuresis, hemoptosis, jaundice.
  3. Rectum
    helix close to the notch superior to the tragus and above it. Constipation, diarrhea, prolapse of the anus, hemorrhoids, tenesmus
  4. Urethra
    on the helix at the level with the lower border of the inferior antihelix crus. Indicated for enuresis, frequency, urgency, pain of urination, retention.
  5. External genitalia
    on helix at level with the upper border of the inf antihelix crus. Indicated for impotence, inflammation of external genital organs, eczema of perineum.
  6. Hemorrhoid Nucleus
    Located on helix at level with lower border of superior antihelix crus.
  7. Ear Apex
    superior to the helix is indicated for fever, hypertension, conjunctivitis, hordeolum.
  8. Liver Yang
    Located at the auricular tubercle. Indications - dizziness, headache, hypertension and liver yang rising issues
  9. Fingers
    located in the top area of the scapha or first area of the scapha
  10. Wind stream
    between fingers and wrist areas. Urticaria, cutaneous pruritus, allergic rhinitis.
  11. Wrist
    level with the Darwin bump on the helix
  12. Elbow
    the 3rd scaphoid area
  13. Shoulder
    in the 4th and 5th scapha areas
  14. Shoulder joint
    between shoulder and clavicle. Use this for frozen shoulder, shoulder pain
  15. Clavicle
    in the 6th area of scapha, level with helix tragic notch
  16. Helix 1-6
    Lower border of auricular tubercle. Divide this distance into 6 different points or 5 equal parts. Indicated for fever, acute tonsillitis, hypertension.
  17. Toe
    lateral and superior angle of the superior antihelix crus. Indicated for paronychia.
  18. Heel
    medial and superior angle of the superior antihelix crus
  19. Ankle
    between Heel and Knee
  20. Knee
    middle portion of the superior antihelix crus
  21. Hip
    at the inferior 1/3 of the superior antihelix crus. Sciatica
  22. Buttock
    Posterior 1/3 of the inferior antihelix crus. Pain in the lumbar region, Sciatica
  23. Sciatic nerve (Ischium)
    Middle 1/3 of the inferior antihelix crus. Sciatica
  24. Sympathesis (sympathetic nerve)
    Anterior end of the inferior antihelix crus.
  25. Palpitations
  26. • Spontaneous sweating
  27. • Functional disorders of autonomic nervous system.
  28. • Gastrointestinal pain/spasm
  29. • Angina pectoris
  30. • Rectal colic
  31. Lumbosacral Vertebra
    Upper 2/5ths of the antihelix. Lower back painbody.
  32. Abdomen
    On antihelix body, level with lower brdr of inferior antihelix crus.
  33. Ab pain and distention
  34. Diarrhea
  35. Acute lumbar sprain
  36. Women's diseases
  37. Thoracic Vertebra
    Middle 2/5ths of the antihelix
  38. Chest
    On antihelix body level with the supratragic notch.
  39. Pain in chest/hypochon region
  40. Mastitis
  41. Insufficient lactation
  42. Cervical Vertebra
    Posterior side of the lower 1/5th of the antihelix body.
  43. Stiff neck
  44. Cervical spondylopathy
  45. Neck
    At the notch between the antihelix and antitragus, near scalpha.
  46. Stiff neck
  47. Pain and swelling of the neck
  48. Goiter
  49. Shenmen
    at the bifurcating point between superior and inferior antihelix crus, and the 1/3 of the triangular fossa.
  50. Insomnia
  51. • Dream-disturbed sleep
  52. • Pain
  53. • Emotional disorders
  54. Pelvic Cavity
    Slightly inferior to the medial side of the bifurcating point between superior and inferior antihelix crus.
  55. • Pelvic inflammation
  56. • Irregular menstruation
  57. • Lower ab pain/distention
  58. Middle Triangular Fossa
    Mid 1/3 of the triangular fossa. Asthma
  59. Internal Genitalia
    In the depression in the midpoint of the bottom of the triagular fossa.
  60. • Irregular menstruation
  61. • Dysmenorrhea
  62. • Leukorrhagia
  63. • Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
  64. • Nocturnal emission
  65. • Prospermia
  66. • Prostatitis
  67. Superior Triangular Fossa
    anteriosuperior to the triangular fossa. Hypertension.
  68. Mouth
    close to the posterior and superior border of the orifice of external auditory meatus.
  69. • Facial paralysis
  70. • Stomatitis
  71. • Cholecystitis
  72. Esophagus
    Mid 2/3 point of the margin of the inferior aspect of the helix crus
  73. • Esophagitis
  74. • Esophagisms
  75. • Vomiting
  76. Cardiac orifice
    Posterior/lateral 1/3 of the inferior margin of the helix crus.
  77. • Cardiospasm
  78. • Nervous vomiting
  79. • Nausea
  80. Stomach
    Area where the helix crus terminates.
  81. • Gastrospasm
  82. • Gastritis
  83. • Gastric ulcer
  84. • Insomnia
  85. • Toothache
  86. • Indigestion
  87. • Vomiting
  88. • Nausea
  89. Duodenum, SI, LI
    At the superior aspect of the helix curs, each 1/3
  90. Appendix
    between SI and LI
  91. Kidney
    On the lower border of the inferior helix crus directly above SI, surrounded by the middle of the superior concha.
  92. • Urogenital disorders
  93. • Gynecopathy
  94. • Lumbar pain
  95. • Tinitus
  96. • Insomnia
  97. • Dizziness
  98. Ureter
    Between KI and BL
  99. Bladder
    On the anterior aspect of the lower border of the inferior helix crus.
  100. • Lumbago
  101. • Cystitis
  102. • Retention of urine
  103. • Occipital pain
  104. • Bladder channel disorders
  105. Prostate
    At the anterior superior angle of the cymba contrae.
  106. Prostatis, urethritis
  107. Liver
    Posterior and inferior border of the cymba concha.
  108. • Hypochondriac pain
  109. • Dizziness
  110. • Eye disease
  111. • Irregular menstruation
  112. • Dysmenorrhea
  113. Pancreas/Biliary tract
    between Lv and GB.
  114. Pancreatitis, diabetes mellitus, dz of biliary tract
  115. Drunkenness
    the 4 corners intersection of gb, duodenum, KI, and SI.
  116. Heart
    at the central depression of the cavum conchae.
  117. Palpitation, insomnia, hysteria, angina pectoris, arrhythmia, neurosis, stomatitis,
  118. Lung
    Around the central depression of the cavum conchae.
  119. cough, athsma, chest stuffiness, cultaneous pruritus, obesity
  120. Trachea
    between the orifice of external meatus and heart.
  121. Cough, asthma
  122. Lobe
    Head & face
  123. Tragus
    Throat & nose
  124. AntiTragus
    Head & brain
  125. Antihelix
    trunk
  126. Upper leg of Antihelix
    Lower Limb
  127. Lower leg of AntiHelix
    Hip (buttock)
  128. Scaffoid Fossa
    Upper Limb
  129. Triangular Fossa
    Shenmen, Pelvic Cavity, Internal Genitals
  130. root of helix
    diaphram
  131. surround area of the helix crus
    digestive tract
  132. Cymba Conchae
    abdominal cavity
  133. Cavum Conhae
    thoracic cavity
  134. Spleen
    At the lateral and superior aspect of cavum conchae
  135. Abdominal distention
  136. chronic diarrhea
  137. indigestion
  138. irregular menstruation
  139. anorexia
  140. Shenmen, Sympathetic,KI,LV,LU
    Detox points

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