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Acu-moxa chart: kidney channel of foot shaoyin, Chinese

  • Luo Shaoji
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The names of the acu-moxa locations of the kidney channel of foot shaoyin are inscribed on a human figure. The kidney channel of foot shaoyin is one of the Twelve Channels. It originates at the yongquan (Gushing Spring) point, in the sole of the foot, and terminates at the zhongfu (Middle Palace), below the clavicle. For a list of point names, see 'Lettering'.

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Picture title: Kidney channel of foot shaoyin. Other lettering (point names): Yongquan (Gushing Spring); rangu (Blazing Valley); taixi (Great Stream); dazhong (Great Bell); zhaohai (Shining Sea); fuliu (Returning Current); zhubin (Guest House); yingu (Yin Valley); henggu (Pubic Bone); siman (Four Fullnesses); huangshu (Vitals Conveyor); yindu (Yin Metropolis); youmen (Hidden Portal); lingxu (Spirit Ruin); shencang (Numinous Granary); shufu (Conveyor Mansion)

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