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Home > Education > Theory > Meridian System > Spleen Meridian

The Spleen Meridian

By Yang, Jwing-Ming

Spleen Channel image

A. Course:

Course #1: (1). Medial tip of the big toe (Yinbai, Sp-l) - (2). Anterior border of the medial malleolus - (3). Along the posterior border of the tibia (4). Medial aspect of the leg - (5). Medial aspect of the art. genus (6). Anterior medial aspect of the thigh - (7). Enter the abdomen - (8). Zhongji (LI-3) and Guanyuan (LI-4)- (9). Pertains to the spleen and communicates with the stomach - (10). Riyue (GB-24) and Qimen (Li-14) - (11). Penetrates the diaphragm through Zhongfu (L-1) - (12). Throat - (13). Root of the tongue.

Course #2: (9). Stomach -(14). Through the diaphragm and disperses into the heart.

B. Related Viscera:

Spleen (Pertaining Organ), stomach, heart, lung, and intestines.

C. Cavities:

Yinbai (Sp-l), Dadu (Sp-2), Taibai (Sp-3), Gongsun (Sp-4), Shangqiu (Sp-S), Sanyinjiao (Sp-G), Lougu (Sp-7), Diji (Sp-8), Yinlingquan (Sp-9), Xuehai (Sp-10), Jimen (Sp-ll), Chongmen (Sp-12), Fushe (Sp-13), Fujie (Sp-14), Daheng (Sp-lS), Fuai (Sp-l6), Shidou (Sp-17), Tianxi (Sp-18), Xiongxiang (Sp-19), Zhourong (Sp-20), Dabao (Sp-21).

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

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