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Home > Education > Theory > Meridian System > Stomach Meridian

The Stomach Meridian

By Yang, Jwing-Ming

Stomach Channel image

A. Course:

Course #1: (1). Sides of the nose (Yingxiang, LI-20) - (2). Root of the nose (3). Lateral side of the nose - (4). Upper gum - (5). Renzhong (Gv-26) - (6). Chengjiang (LI-24)- (7)- Daying (S-5)- (8). Jiache (S-6)- (9) Ear- (10). Hair line -(11). Shenting (Gv-24).

Course #2: (7). Daying (S-5)- (12)- Renying (S-9)- (13). Throat -(14). Into the chest - (15)- Through the diaphragm to Zhongwan(LI-l2).

Course #3: (16). Infraclavicular fossa - (17). Along the sides of the umbilicus - (18). Qichong (S-30). - (19)- Biguan (S-31) - (20)- Futu (S-32)- (21) Dubi (S-35) - (22). Lateral side of tibia - (23). Dorsa1 aspect of the foot - (24). Lateral side of the tip of the second toe (Lidui, S-45).

Course #4: (25). Below the knee - (26). Lateral side of the middle toe.

Course #5: (27). Dorsum of the foot (Chongyang, S-42) - (28). Along the medial margin of the hallus and emerges out at its tip (Yinbai, Sp-l).

B. Related Viscera:

Stomach (Pertaining Organ), spleen, heart, small large intestine.

C. Cavities:

Chengqi (S-1), Sibai iS-2), Juliao (S-3), Dicang (S-4), Daying (S-5), Jiache (S-Ci), Xiaguan (S-7), Touwei (S-8), Renying (S-9), Shuitu (S-10), Qishe (S-11), Quepen (S-12), Qihu (S-13), Kufang (S-14), Wuyi (S-15), Yingchuang (S-16), Ruzhong (S-17), Rugen (S-18), Burong (S-19), Chengman (S-21), Liangmen (S-21), Guanmen (S-22), Taiyi (S-23), Huaroumen (S-24), Tianshu (S-25), Wailing (S-26); Daju (S-27), Shuidao (S-28), Guilai (S-29), Qichong (S-30), Biguan (S-31), Futu (S-32), Yinshi (S-33,, Liangqiu (S-34), Dubi (S-35), Zusanli (S-36), Shangjuxu (S-37), Tiaokou (S-38), Xiajuxu (S-39), Fenglong (S-40), Jiexi (S-41), Chongyang (S-42), Xiangu (S-43), Neiting (S-44), Lidui (S-45).

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

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