Names Of Chengman
ST 20 Acupuncture Point
- English Name: Assuming Fullness
- Pinyin Name: Chengman
- Chinese Character: 承满
Where Is ST 20 ?
What Is ST 20 Used For?
ST 20 Clinical Usages
- Abdominal pain, bloating, hiccups, gastric pain, vomiting.
- Anorexia, poor appetite, diarrhea.
- Shortness of breath, wheezing.
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What Diagnostic Patterns May Use ST 20 ?
What Conditions May Use ST 20 ?
This point along with others in a proper point prescription may be used to balance the following Conditions / Symptoms:
What Points Are Near ST 20 ?
CV 13 Upper Venter
- CV 13 is useful for upper warmer issues (vomiting, hiatal hernia, hiccups, epigastric pain), whereas CV 12 is useful for middle warmer issues and CV 10 is useful for lower warmer issues.
- Abdominal pain a/or distention, epigastic pain, nausea, vomiting.
- Spleen deficiency related heart and emotional issues - insomnia, anxiety, palpitations, heart pain, running piglet, sensations of heat in the chest and/or body (possibly without sweating).