Names Of Xuan Zhong (alt. Jue Gu)
GB 39 Acupuncture Point
- English Name: Suspended Bell (alt. Severed Bone)
- Pinyin Name: Xuan Zhong (alt. Jue Gu)
- Chinese Character: 懸鐘
Where Is GB 39 ?
What Is GB 39 Used For?
GB 39 Clinical Usages
- Hui Meeting of the Marrow - excess or deficiency conditions effecting the bone marrow, ligaments, tendons, muscles a/or bones - pain, spasms, numbness, weakness.
- Chronic Bi or Wei syndromes especially with KD Deficiency - thought to strenghthen immunity.
- Neck issues, stiffness, arthritis, strain, sprain, whiplash, headache.
- Descends rising LV/GB heat - dizziness, tinnitus.
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