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Flashcards in Large Intestine/Shou Yangming Channel Study Guide Deck (25):
1

Front-Mu and Back-Shu for LI are both numbered:

25 (ST and UB)

2

Lower He-Sea point for LI channel

ST 37

3

Single best point on limb for treating LI?

Lower He-Sea (ST 37)

4

The sinew channel travels:

Over the top of the head

5

T/F: The primary channel of LI ends on the opposite side of the body

True

6

Phase: LI 1

Metal

7

Phase: LI 2

Water

8

Phase: LI 3

Wood

9

How is LI related to each Jiao?

Two microsystems:
LI 3 -- upper Jiao; LI 4 -- middle Jiao (and lower)
LI 8 -- upper Jiao; LI 9 -- middle Jiao; LI 10 -- lower Jiao

10

LI 4 is the Master point for the:

Face

11

Phase: LI 5

Fire

12

LI 6 and 7 are how many cun above 5?

3, 5

13

LI 10 is similarly named as which other point?

ST 36 (Zu San Li)
LI 10 (Shou San Li)

14

Two conditions LI 10 treats?

Tonification, lower back pain

15

Two conditions LI 11 treats?

Yangming fevers (w/o chills)
HTN

16

What can LI 12 and 13 treat?

Acute and chronic back pain (contralaterally)
Wind taxation and damp/phlegm, respectively

17

What channel is best for treating Wei syndrome?

Yangming (LI, ST)

18

What is the part of the name and point action for LI 16?

Ju Gu; Gu means bone and therefore treats bone disease

19

Which part of the body is the Yangming channel associated with?

Front of the body

20

Pinyin name: 4

He Gu

21

Pinyin name: LI 10

Shou San Li

22

Pinyin name: LI 11

Qu Chi

23

Pinyin name: LI 15

Jian Yu

24

Pinyin name: LI 16

Ju Gu

25

Pinyin name: LI 20

Ying Xiang