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Home > Education > Theory > Meridian System > Urinary Bladder Meridian

The Urinary Bladder Meridian

By Yang, Jwing-Ming

Urinary Bladder Channel image

A. Course:

Course #1: (1). Canthus medial -(2). Shenting (Gv-24)- (3). Baihui (Gv-20).

Course #2: (3). Baihui (Gv-20)- (4). Fubai (GB-10), Head-Qiaoyin (GB-11), and Wangu (Head-Wangu, GB-12), etc.

Course #3: (3). Baihui (Gv-20)- (5). Naohu (Gv-17)- (6). Neck -(7). Dazhui (Gv-14) and Taodao (Gv-13) - (8). Lumber region - (9). Kidney - (10). Urinary bladder.

Course #4: (8). Lumbar region - (11). Crosses the buttock -(12). Popliteal fossa.

Course #5: (6). Neck - (13). Medial side ofthe scapula - (14). Lumber region - (15). Lateral side of the thigh - (16). Popliteal fossa - (17). M. gastrocnemius - (18). Pushen (B-61)- (19). The lateral side of the tip of the small toe (Zhiyin, B-67).

B. Related Viscera:

Urinary bladder (Pertaining Organ), kidney, brain, and heart.

C. Cavities:

Jingming (B-1), Zanzhu (B-2), Meichong (B-3), Quchai (B-4), Wuchu (B-5), Chengguang (B-6), Tongtian (B-7), Luogue (B-8), Yuzhen (B-9), Tianzhu (B-10), Dashu (B-11), Fengmen (B-12), Feishu (B-13), Jueyinshu (B-14), Xinshu (B-15), Dushu (B-16), Geshu (B-17), Ganshu (B-18), Danshu (B-19), Pishu (B-20), Weishu (B-21), Sanjiaoshu (B-22), Shenshu (B-23), Qihaishu (B-24), Dachangshu (B 25), Guanyuanshu (B-26), Xiaochangshu (B-27), Pangguanshu (B 28), Zhonglushu (B-29), Baihuanshu (B-30), Shangliao (B-31), Ciliao (B-32), Zhongliao (B-33), Xialiao (B-34), Huiyang (B-35), Fufen (B 36), Pohu (B-37), Gaohuangshu (B-38), Shentang (B-39), Yixi (B-40), Geguan (B-41), Hunmen (B-42), Yanggang (B-43), Yishe (B-44), Weicang (B-45), Huangmen (B-46), Zhishi (B-47), Baohuang (B-48), Zhibian (B-49), Chengfu (B-50), Yinmen (B-51), Fuxi (B-52), Weiyang (B-53), Weizhong (B-54), Heyang (B-55), Chengjin (B-56), Chengshan (B-57), Feiyang (B-58), Fuyang (B-59), Kunlun (B-60), Pushen (B 61), Shenmai (B-62), Jinmen (B-63), Jinggu (B-64), Shugu (B-65), Foot-Tonggu (B-66), and Zhiyin (B-67).

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

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