Names Of Lie Que
LU 7 Acupuncture Point
- English Name: Broken Sequence
- Pinyin Name: Lie Que
- Chinese Character: 列缺
Where Is LU 7 ?
LU 7 Location
- 1.5 cun above the wrist crease, superior to the styloid process of the radius (not on the LU 5 - LU 9 line in TCM). Japanese LU 7 is found proximal to the styloid process and it is on the LU 5 - LU 9 line.
- For point location tips, read our meridian notes; unsure about "cun" measurements, read what is a cun?.
What Is LU 7 Used For?
LU 7 Clinical Usages
- Exterior Wind - body aches, chills/fever, runny nose, scratchy throat, sneezing.
- Internal Wind - bell's palsy, twitching, spasms, lockjaw.
- As Master Point of the CV, paired with KD 6 of the Yin Qiao Mai - treats genitourinary and gynecological issues also Yin deficient sore throat.
- Command Point of the Head and Posterior Neck - useful for any conditions involving these areas.
- Pain of the thumb - Luo Connecting Point spreads over the thenar eminence.
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How Is LU 7 Categorized?
What Diagnostic Patterns May Use LU 7 ?
What Conditions May Use LU 7 ?
What Points Are Near LU 7 ?
PC 6 Inner Pass
- Similar to PC 3 but more for Chronic Heart symptoms from Qi stagnation.
- Opens and relaxes the chest, chest tightness, asthma, angina, palpitations.
- Insomnia a/or other spirit disorders of an excess or deficient nature, mania, nervousness, stress, poor memory.
- Nausea, seasickness, motion sickness, vomiting, epigastric pain.
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.