taixi

taixi (tä·zhē),

n in traditional Chinese medicine, an acupuncture point located within the depression between the Achille's tendon and the prominence of the medial malleolus. Treatment involving this point improves the function of kidneys, increases the strength of the lumbar spine, anchors qi, and benefits the lungs. A deficiency in heat is also cleared. Also called
KI3. See also qi.
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