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Acu-moxa chart: lung channel of hand taiyin, Chinese woodcut
- Luo Shaoji
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The names of the acu-moxa locations of the lung channel of hand taiyin are inscribed on a human figure. The lung channel of hand taiyin is one of the Twelve Channels. It originates at the zhongfu (Middle Palace) point, in the breast, and terminates at the shaoshang (Lesser Shang) point, on the inside of the thumb. For a list of point names, see 'Lettering'.
Picture title: Lung channel of hand taiyin. Other lettering (point names): Feishu (Lung Conveyor); zhongfu (Middle Palace); yunmen (Cloud Portal); tianfu (Celestial Palace); xiabai (Clasping the White); chize (Foot Marsh); kongzui (Utmost Opening); lieque (Break in the Sequence); jingqu (Channel Ditch); taiyuan (Great Abyss); yuji (Fish Border); shaoshang (Lesser Shang)