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Reflex Sedation Points

Element

Meridian

This Point

&

This Point

0

Governing Vessel

*GV1
GV2

tip of coccyx or

top of coccyx

&

GV14

back, base of 7th cervical vertibra

Central Vessel

CV1

below navel, midline

&

CV22

below Adam's apple and cricoid cartlage, midline

1

Gall Bladder

GB38

lateral leg above ankle, anterior to edge of fibula

&

Si5

posterior arm, medial to wrist

Liver

Liv2

big toe, lateral by proximal phalanx

&

H8

palm, between 4th & 5th fingers

2

Bladder

B65

lateral foot, by head of 5th metatarsal

&

GB41

dorsal foot, between 4th & 5th metatarsals

Kidney

K1

bottom od ball of foot, between 2nd & 3rd metatarsals

&

Liv1

big toe, lateral nail

3

Large Intestine

Li2

index finger, lateral, by proximal phalanx

&

B66

little toe, lateral, by proximal phalanx

Lung

Lu5

anterior arm, elbow crease, lateral to biceps tendon

&

K10

knee, medial extremity

4

Stomach

St45

2nd toe, lateral nail

&

Li1

index finger, lateral nail

Spleen

Sp5

medial foot, in hollow anterior to medial malleolus

&

Lu8

anterior forearm, above wrist, lateral to radius

5

Triple Warmer

TW10

posterior arm, above elbow, in depression formed when arm is flexed

&

St36

anterior leg, below knee, lateral to edge of tibia

Circulation / Sex

Cx7

middle finger, lateral nail

&

Sp3

medial foot by head of metatarsal

6

Small Intestine

Si8

posterior forearm, medial side of elbow 1 ACi below depression, between medial epicondyle and olecranon of the humerus

&

St36

anterior leg, below knee, lateral to edge of tibia

Heart

H7

anterior wrist, medial

&

Sp3

medial foot by head of metatarsal

Hand position: Palm up, the standard anatomical position

Note:

Wnen working with other people, we generally prefer to use CV2 (pubic bone) instead of CV1 (perineum) and sometimes Gv2 (top of coccyx) instead of Gv1 (tip of coccyx). Let them hold Gv1 and CV1 on themselves when possible. When holding points on oneself it generally speeds up the correction to use Gv1 and CV1 since you can hold them both with one hand. The actual ending points for Governing Vessel is Gv28, on the midline of the upper gum, above the front teeth. We usually prefer to use Gv27, on the outside of the upper lip.
ACi means Acupuncture inch, or one thumb width

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