Names Of Guang Ming
GB 37 Acupuncture Point
- English Name: Bright Light
- Pinyin Name: Guang Ming
- Chinese Character: 光明
Where Is GB 37 ?
What Is GB 37 Used For?
GB 37 Clinical Usages
- Eye issues, especially LV related - redness, itching, blurry vision, night blindness, optic nerve atrophy, cataracts.
- Lower leg, calf a/or foot problems - dropped foot, edema, atrophy, obstruction.
- Headaches effecting the region around the eyes - temporal, infra/supraorbital, migraines.
- Breast issues from stagnant LV Qi - pain, insufficient lactation
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