skin problems such as urticaria, eczema, prurities, neurodermalitis.

Explanations: LI11 is good at clearing wind heat, and SP6 is a crossing point of three-foot yin meridians and also is a main point for blood problems. These two cooperate to clear blood heat and promote circulation of blood. One of main causes of skin problems is endogenous wind due to blood deficiency, so smooth circulation of blood will result in wind to go away by itself.

akupunkturpunkter Shuifen(RN9) — Yinlingquan(SP9)


Indications: diarrhea, constipation Explanations: ST25 is a local point and Front-Mu point of large intestine, and ST36 is a He-Sea point and stomach meridian belongs to earth, and two of them can regulate stomach and spleen function.

Akupunkturpunkter Weizhong(BL40) — Chengshan(BL57)


Indications: prolapse of anus.

Explanations: DU20 is the highest point of the body and can lift qi, and DU1 is the local point and lower point.

Manipulations: DU20: puncture backward horizontally 1 cun, then thrust once and lift 3 times, repeat it several times;

DU1: puncture upward obliquely 0.5 -1 cun, then thrust times and lift once, repeat it several times.

Hæmorroider og akupunkturpunkter Baihui(DU20) — Changqiang(DU1)

Fjerner vame:

Waiguan SJ5

One of eight confluence points Functions: clear away heat, and dredge meridian and collateral.

Clinical applications:

1) It is a key point for heat — SJ5, LI11, and DU14.

2) Bi syndrome, Wei syndrome: LI10, LI11.

Clinical reports:

1) Enuresis: SJ5 upward with rotating reinforcing method and retention of 30 min. then apply moxibustion.

2) Difficulty of opening mouth: SJ5, and local point.

3) Stiffneck: opposite SJ5.

Good for blood problems.

Diji: SP8

Xi-cleft point
Irregular menstruation: SP8, SP10; Leukorrhea: SP8, SP9, SP6.