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1

Paired term to the Chinese word for channel networks

Jing-Luo

2

Two meanings of word Mai

Blood vessel or Qi vessel

3

Relative depths of: Primary, Luo, Divergent, Extraordinary, Sinew

Sinew, Luo, Primary, Divergent, Extraordinary

4

Associated tissue: Lung

Skin, body hair

5

Associated tissue: Spleen

Muscle, flesh

6

Associated tissue: Liver

Tendons, ligaments

7

Associated tissue: Heart

Blood and qi (vessels)

8

Associated tissue: Kidney

Bone, marrow

9

Where do Sinew channels begin?

Jing-Well points on the nail bed

10

Two issues Luo channels/points treat?

Emotional and chroniz dz

11

Where does Wei Qi circulate?

Around Ying Qi in Primary channels

12

What fills the Extraordinary channels?

Jing Qi

13

Where do all Extraordinary channels pass through?

Kidney

14

He-Sea points are #1 for ____ (Yin/Yang) organs

Yang (Fu)

15

As water point on Yin channels, what are two conditions that the He-Sea points treat?

Diarrhea, itching skin conditions

16

What is a Xi-Cleft point like? What two things does it address?

Waterfall; acute conditions/pain and Blood disorders

17

Name two conditions a Jing-River point is best suited for?

Cough, chills/fever

18

Shu-Stream/Source points are #1 for ____ (Yin/Yang) organs

Yin (Zang)

19

Shu-Stream points treat what two conditions?

Fatigue, heavy joint pain

20

What two conditions does a Ying-Spring point treat?

Heat excess, sensory organ issues

21

What two conditions can Back-Shu points treat?

Diabetes, asthma

22

What two things do Front-Mu points do best?

Dx and tx of Yang conditions