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Acu-moxa chart: spleen channel of foot taiyin, Chinese

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The names of the acu-moxa locations of the spleen channel of foot taiyin are inscribed on a human figure. The spleen channel of foot taiyin is one of the Twelve Channels. It originates at the yinbai (Concealed White) point, in the inner side of the distal part of the big toe, and terminates at the dabao (Great Wrapping) point, in the armpit. For a list of point names, see 'Lettering'.

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Picture title: Spleen channel of foot taiyin. Other lettering (point names): Yinbai (Concealed White); dadu (Great Metropolis); taibai (Great White); gongsun (Grandfather Grandson); shangqiu (Shang Mound); sanyinjiao (Three Yin Intersection); lougu (Dripping Valley); diji (Earth Pivot); yinlingquan (Yin Mound Spring); xuehai (Sea of Blood); jimen (Winnowing Portal); daheng (Great Horizontal); xiongxiang (Chest Neighbourhood); zhourong (Encircling Glory); dabao (Great Wrapping)

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