(LI) Large Intestine Meridian - Graphic

The (LI) Large Intestine Meridian has 20 points:

You may click on any acupuncture point along the large intestine meridian for more detailed information including the location, functions, precautions and the chinese and english names. Our TCM Herbal Database, contains a listing of herbs which enter the Large Intestine channel. Our TCM theory section contains signs, symptoms, and treatment points for common large intestine patterns.

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.1 cun posterior to the corner of the nail on the radial side of the index fingerOn radial side of the index finger distal to the 2nd metacarpalphalangeal joint in a depression on the red and white skinOn radial side of the index finger proximal to the head of the 2nd metacarpal boneIn the middle of the 2nd metacarpal bone on the radial side ** No needle and No Moxa in pregnant women **On the radial side of the wrist in a depression when the thumb is tilted upward between extensor pollicis longus and brevis tendons (snuff box)3 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 line5 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 line5 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 line8 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 line8 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 line9 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 line9 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 line10 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 line10 cun above crease of wrist (LI 5) on LI 11 - LI 5 lineWith elbow flexed, in the depression at the lateral end of the transverse cubital crease midway between LU 5 and the lateral epicondyle of the humerusWith elbow flexed, in the depression at the lateral end of the transverse cubital crease midway between LU 5 and the lateral epicondyle of the humerusWith elbow flexed, on the radial side of the upper arm, 1 cun above LI 11 on the border of the humerus (1 cun superolateral to LI 11)3 cun above LI 11 on LI 15 - LI 11 line ** AA **On radial side of the upper arm on LI 15 - LI 11 line, 7 cun above LI 11 at the insertion of the deltoid muscleAnterior and inferior to the acromion in a depression when arm is in full abductionIn the upper aspect of the shoulder between the acromial extremity of the clavicle and the spine of the scapulaOn lateral side of neck 1 cun below LI 18 on the posterior border of the SCMLevel with the tip of the Adams apple between the sternal and clavicular heads of the SCMDirectly below the lateral margin of the nostril level with GV 26 ** No Moxa **In the nasolabial groove, level with the midpoint of the lateral border of the ala nasi ** No Moxa **terms of use

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