Names Of Ya Men
GV 15 Acupuncture Point
- English Name: Mute's Gate
- Pinyin Name: Ya Men
- Chinese Character: 啞門
Where Is GV 15 ?
What Is GV 15 Used For?
GV 15 Clinical Usages
- Opens the orifices refers to the mouth, throat and tongue, for throat swelling, hoarseness, post-stroke speech disorders, important point for muteness due to tongue stiffness or vocal cord disorders.
- Epilepsy, stroke, manic depression, loss of consciousness.
- Occipital headaches, especially with neck stiffness, upper cervical pain and restricted neck rotation, heaviness of head - GV 15 lies over the space between C1 and C2, and can help release the suboccipital musculature which compresses the atlanto-occipital joint.
- Tong Ren/Tam Healing System: Used to stimulate the medulla and limbic system, useful for emotional issues.
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