Forbidden in Pregnancy?
Key PointBack-Shu Point
Back-Shu point of the Spleen
Spleen stomach dampness blood the qi of the middle jiao (middle third of body)
Key point for regulating gastric function blood sugar regulation weight gain or loss digestion
Sp: Worried about what people think of me. I need to be what people want me to be.
childhood fright feeling heavy weighed down
Distension and pain of the abdomen, severe constipation, lack of appetite, remaining thin despite much eating, undigested food in the stools, diarrhoea, inflamed colon, chronic childhood fright, childhood nutritional impairment, jaundice, yellow body with abdominal fullness and vomiting, pain of the lateral costal region, blood in the stools, blood in the urine, vomiting blood, excessive menstrual bleeding, chronic haemorrhage, uterine prolapse, oedema, excessive sleep, anaemia and blood loss, blood sugar regulation, lassitude and heaviness of the body with no desire to move, no desire to move the four limbs, lumbar pain, pain of the shoulder and back, yawning, cough, skin pain, turbid white urine, clonic spasm
The point information was compiled from multiple sources including College of Complementary Medicine, Sydney Australia. Point location diagram recreated from A Manual of Acupuncture, P Deadman.