Alarm Points (Front Mu Points)

Mode Category
S1 - Introdution to Kinesiology
Balance Type
Balance for
deficiency excess diagnosis treatment

Alarm Points (Mode EM15)

  1. P/L A/P mode EM15
  2. CL A/Ps in any order
  3. I/C P/L and hold the A/P for 5-10 minutes or wait until a pulse is felt
  4. Hold A/Ps bilaterally where appropriate
  5. Continue and repeat procedure until the mode does not show

NB: CL A/Ps using light touch until none show, then CL A/Ps using deep touch until none show.

Where is it/are they?

CENTRAL VESSEL: Ren-24Ren-24 — On the midline in the depression between the chin and lower lip

GOVERNING VESSEL: Governing 26 — On the midline at the base of the nose, on the top of the upper lip

LUNG: Lung 1 — Bilateral, at the beginning of the Lung meridian in the front of the shoulder

LARGE INTESTINE: Stomach 25 — Bilateral, 2 cun lateral to the navel

STOMACH: Central 12 — On the midline, halfway between the end of the sternum and the navel

SPLEEN: Liver 13 — Bilateral, at the tip of the 11th rib (at the side of the body)

HEART: Central 14 — On the midline, 2 cun below the base of the sternum

SMALL INTESTINE: Central 4 — On the midline, 3 cun below the navel and 2 cun above the pubic symphysis

BLADDER: Central 3 — On the midline, 4 cun below the navel and 1 cun above the pubic symphysis

KIDNEY: Gall Bladder 25 — Bilateral, at the tip of the 12th rib (towards the back of the body)

PERICARDIUM: Central 17 — On the midline, level with the nipples

TRIPLE HEATER (San Jiao): Central 5 — On the midline, 2 cun below the navel

GALL BLADDER: Gall Bladder 24 — Bilateral, between the 7th and 8th rib (3 ribs below the nipple)

LIVER: Liver 14 — Bilateral, between the 6th and 7th rib, below the nipple


Acupuncture Points