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GB34 (Gall Bladder 34) - Acupuncture Point Information

Chinese Name: Yanglingquan
English Name: Yang Tomb Spring

Location: In the depression anterior and inferior to the head of the fibula.

Nature:

Lower He-Sea point of the Gall Bladder channel, One of the Eight Meeting Points: for tendons, 10th of Ma Dan Yang's Twelve Stars.

Functions:

Strengthens tendons and bones, benefits the Liver and Gall Bladder, harmonizes the Liver, clears Heat from the Gall Bladder, clears Damp-Heat, eliminates dampness and transforms phlegm, eliminates Phlegm-Fire from the Stomach.

Primary Indications:

Pain in sides and ribs, hemiplegia, swelling and pain of knee.

Tertiary Indications:

Wei and Bi syndromes and numbness of lower limbs, foot swelling, bitter taste in mouth, vomiting, facial swelling, urinary incontinence, constipation, jaundice, infantile convulsions.

Other Indications:

Headache, hypertension, sensation of something obstructing throat, sighing, distension of Gall Bladder, peritonitis, perifocal inflammation of shoulder, windstrike hemiplegia.

References:

This information is from the book Acupuncture Point Dynamics and has been used with permission from the author John McDonald.

View other points on the Gall Bladder channel:

(GB1, GB2, GB3, GB4, GB5, GB6, GB7, GB8, GB9, GB10, GB11, GB12, GB13, GB14, GB15, GB16, GB17, GB18, GB19, GB20, GB21, GB22, GB23, GB24, GB25, GB26, GB27, GB28, GB29, GB30, GB31, GB32, GB33, GB34, GB35, GB36, GB37, GB38, GB39, GB40, GB41, GB42, GB43, GB44)

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