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Lung Channel Disorders
Lung, throat, nose, Exterior Syndromes
Pericardium Channel Disorders
Mental, Heart, Stomach
Heart Channel Disorders
Mental, Heart, Eye
L. Intestine Channel Disorders
Front of the face and head
San Jiao Channel Disorders
Temporal region & sides of the head & face, hypochondriac region
Gall Bladder Channel Disorders
Temporal region, side of the head & face, hypochondriac region, hip
Spleen Channel Disorders
Spleen & Stomach
Kidney Channel Disorders
Kidney, Lung & Throat
3 Yang Channels of the Foot
Channels: St, UB, GB

Common Applications:
Mental disorders, febrile diseases, eye disorders
3 Yang Channels of the hand
Channels: LI, SI, SJ

Common Applications:
Face, Head, sense organ disorder, febrile diseases
3 Yin Channels of the Foot
Channels: Sp, Ki, Liv

Common Applications:
Urogenital, abdomen & chest disorders
3 Yin Channels of the Hand
Channels: Lu, Pc, Ht

Common Applications:
Chest Disorders
Bladder Channel Disorders
Occipital area, nape, back & lumbar region,
Channel Physiology:
1. Circulate Qi

2. Promote the circulation of Qi in the chest, nourishing and harmonizing the function of the lung and heart

3. Regulate the ascending & descending of Qi

4. Regulate body fluid circulation

5. Spread the Qi and lift the spirit

6. Treat areas along the channel path.
Lung Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Distributes Qi to the head & face and normalizes the function of its associated sense organs and the throat.

2. Regulate the Body Fluids

3. Circulate Qi to the arms, shoulders, and neck

4. Mantain normal function of the large intestine

5. Clear heat from the blood & channel

6. Tonify Qi & Blood
Large Intestine Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Distribute Qi to the face and normalize the function of the sense organs

2. Regulate the function of the digestive system.

3. Contains abundant Qi & Blood - source for tonification (esp St-36 & St-30)

4. Nourish & Strengthen the 4 extremities
Stomach Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Promote & regulate the digestion & absorption of food & drink

2. Regulate the transportation of body fluids & prevent the formation of dampness in the middle jiao

3. Tonify Qi & Blood

4. Raise & stabilize the Qi.

5. Nourish the muscles & extremities
Spleen Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Circulate the Qi & Blood, nourish the heart, lungs, & eyes

2. Regulate the nervous system, calm the mind, & stbilize the emotions

3. Regulate heat in the body

4. Distrbute Qi & blood to the areas covered by the channel
Heart Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Distribute Qi to the face & head, and normalize the function of the ears & eyes.

2. Distribute & regulate Qi along the channel path

3. Distribute Qi to the surface and strengthen the defensive functions of the body

4. Regulate the body fluids (Ye)

5. Regulate the function of the intestines & promote the absorption of fluids & nutrients.

6. Regulate the Qi of the lower jiao
Small Intestince Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Distribute Qi to consolidate the surface.

2. Circulate Qi to nourish the muscles & tendons.

3. Direct Qi to the brain to promote its functions & stbilize the emotions

4. Distribute Qi to the sense organs and the head.

5. Regulate the function of the Urinary Bladder & Kidneys

6. Links to the Zang Fu via the Back Shu points
Urinary Bladder Channel Physiology
Channel Physilogy:
1. Circulate Kidney Qi & Essence

2. Promote the function of the stomach & spleen

3. Promote the functions of the lungs & heart

4. Promote the functions of the liver

5. Promote the functions of the throat and tongue
Kidney Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Regulate the vessels & blood circulation

2. Assist the heart in housing the mind

3. Maintain proper flow of Qi in the chest.

4. Distribute Qi to, and regulate the function of the stomach & diaphragm.

5. Distribute Qi to the areas covered by the channel.
Pericardium Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Dominate the Qi of the whole body

2. Distribute Qi to the head & face and regulate the Qi on the sides of the body

3. Regulate the body fluids' circulation.

4. Treatment of Shao Yang syndrome

5. Regulate the lymphatic & endocrine systems

6. Regulate the function of the three jiaos
San Jiao Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Regulate the Qi on the sides of the body, including the head, sense organs, trunk, and extremities

2. Influence the bones & joints

3. Regulate the Qi in the Shao Yang Channel

4. Regulate the function of the Gall Bladder & harmonize the relationship between the liver & gall bladder

5. Regulate the lymphatic system & strengthen the immunity.

6. Regulate the emotions & promomte mental balance.
Gall Bladder Channel Physiology
Channel Physiology:
1. Promote the free flow of Qi throughout the whole body.

2. Regulate mental function & the emotions

3. Regulate & balance the functions of the internal organs. (Heart & Lung, Kidney & Urinary Bladder, Liver & Gall Bladder, Spleen & Stomach)

4. Regulate the endocrine system
Liver Channel Physiology
Important Heart Points
Excess: Ht-6 & Ht-8
Deficient: Ht-5 & Ht-7
Severe Excess: Ht-9
Heat in Heart: Ht-8
Important Urinary Bladder Points
UB-40 (lower back problems), Back Shu Points
Important Kidney Points
Ki-3 (Kidney Qi)
Ki-6 (Kidney Qi & Yin)
Ki-7 (Kidney Yang)
Important Gall Bladder Points
GB-37-40 (Organs, Circulation)
GB-24-25 (Liver & GB)
GB-40-41 (Gynecology)
GB-29-30 (Sciateca - hip pain)
GB-43-44 (Heat in Eyes & Face)
GB-36-40 (Eye problems, emotions, & menstrual)
S. Intestine Channel Disorders
Occipital area & nape, scapula region, mental illness
Stomach Channel Disorders
Front of the face & head, digestive system
Liver Channel Disorders
Liver & Gall Bladder
Important Liver Points
Lv-2 (Heat)
Lv-3 (Spread Liver Qi)
Lv-4 (Shan Disorder)
Lv-13 (Spleen Organ - mu point)
Important Small Intestine Points
SI-2 (Fire)
SI-3 (Joint Pain)
SI-6 (Acute Lumbar Pain)
SI-10 (Local Point Arm Pain)
SI-11 (Local Point Shoulder & Breast Pain)
SI-14 (Local Point Neck Pain)
Important San Jiao Points
SJ-4 (Deficiency)
SJ-5 (Master Point of Yang Wei Mo)
SJ-6 (constipation)
SJ-10-15 (local points - bi syndromes)
Important Spleen Points
Sp-3 (Qi)
Sp-6 (Damp)
Sp-9 (Damp)
Sp-10 (Blood)
Sp-21 (Whole Body Pain)
Important Stomach Points
St-1 (Eye Stuff)
St-4 (Mouth Stuff)
St-5 (Teeth Stuff)
St-36 (Tonify Qi)
St-44 (Clear Heat)
Important Large Intestine Points
LI-4 (Expel Wind Heat/Cold, release exterior)
LI-11 (Clear heat in whole body)
LI-15 (Painful Obstruction of Shoulder)
Important Pericardium Points
Pc-5 (transform phlegm)
Pc-6 (Heart Disease)
Pc-7 (Mental Problems)
Pc-8 (Mental & Heart Disease
Pc-9 (Clear Heat & Restore Conciousness)
Important Lung Points
Lu-7 (release exterior & regulate water)
Lu-9 (tonify lungs & transform phlegm)