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.


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.


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.


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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