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Acu-moxa chart: gall bladder channel of foot shaoyang

  • Luo Shaoji
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he names of the acu-moxa locations of the gall bladder channel of foot shaoyang are inscribed on the figure of a child. The gall bladder channel of foot shaoyang is one of the Twelve Channels. It originates at the tongziliao (Pupil Crevice), in the outer canthus of the eye, and terminates at the lidui (Sharp Opening) point, in the outer side of the fourth toe. For a list of point names, see 'Lettering'.

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Picture title: Gall bladder channel of foot shaoyang. Other lettering (point names): Tongziliao (Pupil Crevice); tinghui (Meeting of Hearing); kezhuren (Guest and Host); hanyan (Jaw Cover); qubin (Curve of the Sideburns); tianchong (Celestial Rushing); wangu (Mastoid Process); benshen (Rooting the Spirit); yangbai (Yang White); linqi (Close to Tears); fengchi (Wind Pool); jianjing (Shoulder Well); wushu (Five Pivots); juliao (Stationary Crevice); huantiao (Jumping Circle); yanglingquan (Yang Mound Spring); guangming (Bright Light); qiuxu (Mound of Ruins); diwuhui (Earth Five Meetings); qiaoyin

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