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Cough with copious, thick, sticky, white, frothy sputum (easily expectorated).

Chest congestion with full feeling (oppressive sensation in chest)

Dyspnoea

Middle Jiou Symptoms:
- Nausea, vomiting, fullness in stomach
- Heaviness in Limbs

T: Pink or Normal or Pale
C: Thick, white, and greasy or sticky
P: Slippery or Soggy (superficial, soft, & rapid)
Phlegm-Damp Obstructs Lungs
Manifestations
Phlegm-Damp Obstructs Lungs
Treatment Principle
Transform Dampness & Phlegm, Regulate Lung Qi, Tonify Lungs ( & Spleen if necessary)
Phlegm-Damp Obstructs Lungs
Acupoints
SP-9: Transform Damp
LU-9: LU Yuan Source: resolves Phlegm
LU-1: Oppression in Chest
ST-40: Resolves Phlegm
Ren-17: Resolves Phlegm in Chest (meeting point for qi in the chest)
Ren-22: resolves phlegm in the throat

If spleen symptoms manifest:
SP-6: for diarrhea
ST-36: Tonify Qi
Ren-12 + P-6: for nausea/vomiting
UB-20: Spleen back shu point
Cough with expectoration of copious, thick, purulent, yellow-green sputum. Sever cough w/ wheezing - flaring nostrils

Dyspnea
Oppression in Chest
Rattle in Breathing

Heat -
- Fever
- Restlessness
- Thirst w/o desire to drink
- Constipation
- Yellow, Scanty Urine
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Severe
- Lung Abscess
- Chest Pain
- Purulent sputum, could have blood, foul smell.
T: Red or Scarlet
C: Yellow, Thick, & Greasy
P: Slippery & Rapid
Phlegm-Heat Congesting Lungs
Phlegm-Heat Congests Lung
Treatment Principle
Clear Heat, Transform Phlegm, Regulate Lung Qi
Phlegm-Heat Congests Lung
Acupoints
LU-5: Clear heat from Lung (water point)
LU-6: Clears blockage, blood (Xi Cleft)
LU-1: Chest oppression (Front Mu)
LI-11: Heat
Du-14L: Heat
ST-40: resolve phlegm
Ren-17: relieve asthma & open chest (Add LU-7)
Ren-22: relieve asthma & resolve phlegm
Ding Chuan "Stop Wheezing": relieve asthma.
Dysentery with tenesmus
Frequent Stools
Stools: yellow, watery, foul smell
Burning hot sensation in anus
Abdominal pain (no heat/no pressure)
Yellow, Scanty Urine
Sustained fever
Dry Mouth
Dysentery: sticky or jam consistency + blood & mucous
T: Red
C: Yello & Greasy
P: Slippery & Rapid
Damp-Heat in Large Intestine
Clinical Manifestations
Damp-Heat in Large Intestine
Treatment Principle
Clear Heat, Resolve Dampness, Regulate the Bowel Movement
Damp-Heat in Large Intestine
Acupoints
ST-25: LI Front Mu
UB-25: LI Back Shu
ST-37: LI Lower He-Sea
LI-11: Clear Heat & Alleviate Damp
LI-4: Relieve stagnation in LI
ST-44: Remove obstruction from Intestines
ST-36: Use for ANY Abdominal patterns
SP-9: Eliminate Damp
Constipation
Dry Stools
Infrequent Bowel Movements
Possible Cramps
Dizziness (clear qi not going up)
Bad Breath (turbid Qi steaming upward)
Mouth & throat Dry
T: Red/Dry
C: Normal to dry coat could even be a little thick
P: thin & choppy
Deficiency of Fluid in Large Intestine
Clinical Manifestations
Deficiency of Fluid in Large Intestine
Treatment Principle
Tonify Fluids, Moisten Large Intestine, Promote Bowel Movement
Deficiency of Fluid in Large Intestine
Acupoints
Promote BM:
- ST-25
- UB-25: LI Back Shu
- ST-37: Lower He Sea

Constipation:
- SJ-6
- SP-15
- KI-3: Pacify Heat
- KI-6: tonify KI-Yin (Body Fluid)

ST-36: ANY Abdominal problem

SP-6: Nourish Body Fluid
Chronic Dysentery or Bowel incontenance or Chronic Diarrhea
Rectal Prolapse
Dull abdominal pain (likes warmth or pressure)
Cold limbs
T: pale
C: white, thick
P: weak pulse
Large Intestine Xu w/ Slippery Prolapse
Clinical Manifestations
Large Intestine Xu w/ Slippery Prolapse
Acupoints
Ti Tuo:
ST-25: LI Front Mu
ST-37: LI Lower He-Sea
Ren-6:
DU-20: Raise Yang Qi
DU-1: local point
UB-25: LI Back Shu
ST-36: Stomach He-Sea
Poor Appetite
Abdominal & Epigastric distention (worse after eating)
Loose Stools (chronic, intermittent, worse w/ some foods, undigested food, not smelly)
Edema - starts in lower eyelid - then in lower limbs.
Sallow complexion
4 limbs heavy & tired
fatigue
emaciation or overweight

T: Pale
C: White
P: Weak
Spleen Qi Xu
Clinical Manifestations
Spleen Qi Xu
Treatment Principle
Tonify Spleen Qi
Spleen Qi Xu
Acupoints
UB-20: Spleen Back Shu
Liv-13: Spleen Front Mu
SP-3: Spleen Yuan Source
ST-36: Strengthen T&T function
REN-12: reinforce spleen & stomach
Ren-6: Qi Point
SP-6: Drain Damp & strengthen Spleen
SP-9: Drain Damp
Abdominal & epigastric distention after eating (w/ sinking feeling)
Prolapse of one or more organs
Sallow complexion
Heavy, sinking sensation in anus
Loose stools
cloudy urine
chronic diarrhea or dysentery
T: Pale (flabby w/ teeth marks perhaps)
C: thin, white
P: weak
Central Qi Sinking
Clinical Manifestations
Central Qi Sinking
Treatment Principle
Tonify Spleen Qi & Reinforce Zhong Qi
Central Qi Sinking
Acupoints
Du-20: raise Yang Qi
UB-20: Spleen Back Shu
Liv-13: Spleen Front Mu
SP-3: Spleen Yuan Source
ST-36: Strengthen T&T function
REN-12: reinforce spleen & stomach
Ren-6: Qi Point
SP-6: Drain Damp & strengthen Spleen
SP-9: Drain Damp
Poor Appetite
Loose Stools or watery stools containing undigested food
Abdominal & epigastric distention (worse after eating)
Edema
Four limbs tired & heavy
Sallow Complexion
Shortness of Breath
Pain in epigastrium w/cold sensations
Cold Limbs
Feeling Chilled
No Thirst
prefer warm
mental fatigue
Leukorhea (clear, watery)
T: Pale & swollen - perhaps teeth marks
C: Slippery, wet, white
P: weak & slow
Spleen Yang Xu
Clinical Manifestations
(Basically Spleen Qi Xu + cold signs)
Spleen Yang Xu
Treatment Principle
Tonify Spleen Qi & Warm the middle jiao
Spleen Yang Qi Xu
Acupoints
Ren-8 + Moxa
GB-26 for Leukorhea
UB-20: Spleen Back Shu
Liv-13: Spleen Front Mu
SP-3: Spleen Yuan Source
ST-36: Strengthen T&T function
REN-12: reinforce spleen & stomach
Ren-6: Qi Point
SP-6: Drain Damp & strengthen Spleen
SP-9: Drain Damp
Large Intestine Xu w/ Slippery Prolapse
Treatment Principle
Tonify Large Intestine Yang Qi, Consolidate Large Intestine, Regulate Bowel Movement