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After 5th monthMoxibustion
Master PointKey Point
Confluent point of the Yang Qiao Mai Sun Si-miao Ghost point
interior wind exterior wind calming the mind epilepsy head eyes Yang Qiao Mai Bl channel and pain
limbic-cortex confusion brain integration left brain or right brain integration or dominance key point for epilepsy key point for insomnia heart-brain integration headache hearing vision.
Bl: I need approval; I am free to be myself. Control. I’m in charge of my life.
Mania depression fright
Chills and fever, aversion to wind with spontaneous sweating and headache, dizziness, headache, lateral and midline headache, severe pain in head, severe muscle spasm causing backward retraction of the head with arching of the back, upward staring eyes, lockjaw, key point for epilepsy, inability to speak and paralysis of one side of the body, deviation of the mouth, eye and face, red eyes, eye pain that originates near the nose, nosebleed, deafness, tinnitus, mania-depression, palpitations, fright, insomnia, stiffness of the nape of the neck, stiffness and difficulty in extending the back, cold painful obstruction of the lumbar region and hip, pain of the lumbar region and leg, difficulty in extending and flexing the knee, redness and swelling of the lateral malleolus, redness, swelling and pain of the leg and foot, pain in women, fullness of the chest, swelling of the neck and armpit
Open Point Psychology
Weariness, one’s energy is used up Exhaustion, one needs to save strength Extreme exhaustion bears the seed of great regeneration The turning point Be graceful in your movement forward One needs to pass with faith in any situation
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.