Liv-14

Liv-14

Forbidden in Pregnancy?
Element
English
Cycle Gate
Name
期門
Transliteration
Qimen
Special Point
Alarm PointFront-Mu Point
Description
Front-Mu point of the liver
 Meeting point with Spleen channel and the Yin Wei Mai
Indications
qi blood masses liver and stomach
Kinesiology
lumps in breast reflux heartburn vomiting chest & heart pain
Channel Psychology
Lv: Stuck, life flows easily, I welcome change, resentment, anger.
Point Psychology
Sighing anger manic raving
Symptoms
Pain, distension and fullness of the chest, masses in the lateral costal region, pain of the lateral costal region, much sighing, cutting pain of the heart, distension and pain of the breast, agitation and heat of the chest, cough, short breath, enlarged and hard abdomen with difficulty in breathing, epigastric distension and pain, acid regurgitation, vomiting and hiccup, vomiting fluid after eating, sudden turmoil disorder, desire to eat despite difficult ingestion, abdominal distension and watery diarrhoea, hardness of the epigastrium, hypogastrium and abdomen, manic raving, alternating chills and fever, uterine bleeding, post-partum disorders, red face, cramps and spasm in the hands and feet, dry mouth, jaundice, gallstones, wasting and thirsting disorder, rushing sensation up the spine, stiffness and pain of the head and neck, visual dizziness
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The point information compiled from multiple sources including College of Complementary Medicine, Sydney Australia. Point location diagram recreated from A Manual of Acupuncture, P Deadman.