lung meridian

lung meridian

Acupuncture
A meridian that begins at the second rib, extends to the shoulder and passes back down the arm, ending at the tip of the thumb; stimulation of acupoints along the lung meridian is used for pulmonary and related conditions.
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The Lieque (LU7) point is an important acupuncture point on the lung meridian, which is clinically used in the treatment of respiratory diseases.
The lung meridian runs from your collarbone down your arm to the end of your thumb.
According to traditional Chinese medicine, the lung meridian is distributed along the medial aspect of the arm and hand, while the kidney meridian is distributed from the medial aspect of the legs to the abdomen, chest, and throat.
She also received chiropractic adjustments, EMI stimulation: the Lung meridian was sedated, the Heart balanced, the Small Intestine (a significant factor in food sensitivity) was also balanced, as were the Large Intestine and Liver meridians.
Helps core stability and works the heart and lung meridian. Your head represents heaven, and the pelvis and feet the earth.
The main six entry/exit blocks are between the spleen and heart, small intestine and bladder, kidney and heart protector, three-heater and gall bladder and finally liver and lung meridians. They are found as a difference in volume of qi present on the pulse.
For example, it makes sense that an individual experiencing large intestine or lung difficulty has a problem in their lower left second molar, which connects with the Large Intestine and Lung meridians.