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Leg AcuPressure Points: 50+ Pressure Points in Leg

There are 6 meridians and many acupressure points in leg, including 3 meridians on the outer thigh: Stomach meridian, Gallbladder meridian and Bladder meridian. Inner thigh: Spleen meridian, Liver meridian, Kidney meridian, etc. Massing leg acupressure points can open corresponding meridians and regulate viscera,promotes blood circulation in leg and feet, improves self-immunity and prevents diseases. …

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CV 9 Acupuncture Point(Shuifeng) or Ren 9

CV 9 Acupuncture Point(Shuifeng),alias Fengshui,Zhongshou, belongs to Ren Channel,which is comonly used for abdominal pain, diarrhea, edema etc. Puncture 0.5 to 1 cun straight. Moxa moxibustion 5 to 7 unit; or moxa moxibustion 10 to 20 minutes. CV 9 Acupuncture Point Location On the anterior median line of the upper abdomen, 1.0 cun above the umbilicus. What …

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CV 8 Acupuncture Point(Shenque) or Ren 8

CV 8 Acupuncture Point(Shenque),Alias JiZhong, QiShe, QiHe,belongs to Ren Vessel,which is commonly used for dysentery, abdominal pain around the umbilical cord, prolapse of rectum, five types of stranguria, infertility due to blood deficiency, stroke, etc.No needling; CV 8 Acupuncture Point Location In the middle of the abdomen, in the center of the umbilicus. What is the …

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CV 7 Acupuncture Point(Yinjiao) or Ren 7

CV 7 Acupuncture Point(Yinjiao),alias Shaoguan, Henghu,belongs to Ren Vessel,crossing point of the Ren and Chong Vessels,which is commonly used for periumbilical pain, diarrhea, irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea, vaginal discharge, postpartum hemorrhagic syncope with syndrome of Qi collapse due to blood deficiency, hernia, edema, and intestinal obstruction, functional uterine bleeding, uterine prolapse, etc. Puncture 1 to 1.5 cun …

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CV 5 Acupuncture Point(Shimen) or Ren 5

CV 5 Acupuncture Point(Shimen),alias Mingmen, Dantian, Liji, Jinglu,belongs to Ren Vessel,Front-Mu point of the San Jiaoa Meridian,which is commonly used for abdominal pain, hernia, irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, diarrhea, dysentery, enuresis, urinary obstruction, functional uterine bleeding, urinary retention, high blood pressure, etc. Puncture 0.5 to 1 cun straight. Moxa moxibustion 3 to 7 unit or …

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CV 3 Acupuncture Point(Zhonghji) or Ren 3

CV 3 Acupuncture Point(Zhonghji), alias Yuquan, Qiyuan belongs to Ren Channel, Front-Mu point of the Urinary Bladder,Crossing point of the Ren Vessel and the Three Yin Meridians of the Foot – (Spleen, Liver and Kidney),which is commonly used for spermatorrhea, impotence, enuresis, abdominal pain, irregular menstruation, metrorrhagia, dysmenorrhea, postpartum lochia, genital itching, uterine prolapse, pelvic …

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CV 4 Acupuncture Point(Guan Yuan) or Ren 4

CV 4 Acupuncture Point(Guan Yuan),aliases Sanjiejiao, Xiaji, Cimen, Dantian, Dazhongji, belongs to Ren Channel,Front-Mu point of the Small Intestine and crossing point of the Ren Vessel and the Three Yin Meridians of the Foot – (Spleen, Liver and Kidney),which is commonly used for asthma due to kidney deficiency, nocturnal emission, impotence, hernia, enuresis,frequent urination,poor urination, …

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CV 2 Acupuncture Point(Qugu) or Ren 2

CV 2 Acupuncture Point(Qugu) to the Ren Channel,cross point of the Ren Channel and Liver Meridian,which is commonly used for lower abdomen pain, irregular menstruation, vaginal discharge, nocturnal emission, impotence, hernia, enuresis, urinary obstruction, etc. Puncture 1 to 1.5 cun straight. Moxa moxibustion for 3 to 5 unit or moxa moxibustion for 5 to 10 …

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Stomach Meridian of Foot-Yangming:45 Acupuncture Points & Location

The Stomach Meridian of Foot-Yangming is one of the twelve meridians,which is distributed on the front of the body, starting from ST 1(Chengqi) point under the eyes and going down to ST 45(Lidui) point on the feet,There are 45 points on one side of the meridian, 15 points on the anterior and outer sides of …

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ST 43 Acupuncture Point(Xiangu) or Stomach 43

ST 43 Acupuncture Point(Xiangu) belongs to the Stomach Meridian of Foot-Yangming,which is commonly used for Abdominal pain, fullness of abdominal, bowel, diarrhea, swelling of face, swelling and pain of eye, hernia, swelling and pain in the back of foot, etc.,puncture 0.3 to 0.5 cun straight or oblique. ST 43 Acupuncture Point Location In a depression …

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