stomach meridian

stomach meridian

Acupuncture
A meridian beginning at the side of the head, which extends down the back, leg and foot, ending at the second toe. Stimulation of stomach meridian acupoints are used for conditions affecting the head, stomach and gastrointestinal tract.
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The Stomach meridian flows through all these areas.
Subjects in the Stomach Meridian acupuncture point (ST) group received acupressure at three distal acupuncture points, "Liangqiu" (ST 34), "Zusanli" (ST 36), and "Jiexi" (ST 41) (Figure 1), subjects in the Large Intestinal Meridian acupuncture point (LI) group received acupressure at three distal acupuncture points, "Hegu" (LI 4), "Shousanli" (LI 10), and "Quchi" (LI 11) (Figure 2), and subjects in the control group did not receive any stimuli.
Callahan became intrigued by the possibilities of working with acupuncture meridians when a patient's sudden water phobia disappeared, never to return, after she tapped the end of the stomach meridian at Callahan's instruction.
"The stomach meridian point is underneath your eye, so you tap under your eye to start releasing the emotion."
He had been using conventional techniques with no success before deciding to apply pressure to a treatment point on the stomach meridian, just beneath the orbit of the eye and finger tapping on that point.
'That suggests congestion on your stomach meridian. In fact, there's one or two signs here that you've been having stomach complaints.'
Zhang et al., "Pathological changes in internal organs after blocking low hydraulic resistance channels along the stomach meridian in pigs," Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
Methods: A total of 712 eligible patients were included and randomly assigned to six groups (Group A: specific acupoints of the stomach meridian; Group B: non-specific acupoints of the stomach meridian; Group C: specific acupoints of alarm and transport points; Group D: specific acupoints of the gallbladder meridian; Group E: sham acupuncture of non-acupoints; and Group F: itopride).
Toothache in the upper gums is said to come from disharmony in the stomach meridian.
A sample of a signal recorded at a distance of 3 Tsun on the stomach meridian after passing the software filter is illustrated in Figure 2.
The Gallbladder, Liver, and Stomach meridians are three important "foot" meridians used in the treatment of headaches: the Gallbladder meridian goes to the side of the head, the Liver meridian to the top, and the Stomach to the face and front.
It is based on using your hands to stimulate energy points related to the spleen and stomach meridians (energy pathways described in Chinese medicine), while you simultaneously direct your breathing deep into your stomach.