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Home > Education > Theory > Meridian System > Small Intestine Meridian

The Small Intestine Meridian

By Yang, Jwing-Ming

Small Intestine Channel image

A. Course:

Course #1: (1). Tip of the digitus minimus (Shaoze, SI-1) - (2). Wrist - (3). Top of elbow - (4). Dorsal surface of the upper arm - (5). Shoulder (6). Circle around the superior and inferior fossa of the scapula - (7). Meets Dazhui (Gv-14)- (8). Enters the supraclavicular fossa - (9). Heart - (10). Passes along the esophagus -(11)Ä Diaphragm -(12). Stomach- (13). Small intestine.

Course #2: (8). Supraclavicular fossa - (14). Neck -(15). Cheek -(16). Tongziliao (GB-l)- (17). Into the ear.

Course #3: (18). Cheek -(19). Jingming (B-1)- (20). Distributes over zygoma obliquely.

B. Related Viscera:

Small intestine (Pertaining Organ), heart, and stomach.

C. Cavities:

Shaoze (SI-1), Qiangu (SI-2), Houxi (SI-3), Hand-Wangu (SI-4), Yanggu (SI-S), Yanglao (SI-G), Zhizheng (SI-7), Xiaohai (SI-8), Jianzhen (SI-9), Naoshu (SI-10), Tianzong (SI-11), Bingfeng (SI-12), Quyuan (SI-13), Jianwaishu (SI-14), Jianzhongshu (SI-15), Tianchuang (SI-16), Tianrong (SI-17), Quanliao (SI-18), Tinggong (SI-19).

From the book entitled "Chinese Qigong Massage", YMAA Publication Center, Jamaica Plain.

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