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Acupuncture is one of the oldest methods in history for relieving pain. This method was used originally by the Chinese but has spread through out the world. How conversant are you with the technique and are you ready to put it in practice? Take up this quiz on the acupuncture points to find out.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which point is the LUO connecting Point of the Kidney Channel ?

    • A.

      K2

    • B.

      K4

    • C.

      K5

    • D.

      K7

    Correct Answer
    B. K4
    Explanation
    K4 is the LUO connecting point of the Kidney Channel. The Kidney Channel is a pathway in traditional Chinese medicine that is associated with the Kidney organ. LUO connecting points are specific acupuncture points that connect the primary channel to the related organ. In this case, K4 is the LUO connecting point of the Kidney Channel, meaning it has a direct connection to the Kidney organ and can be used to treat conditions related to the Kidney.

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  • 2. 

    What is the Xi Cleft Point Of the Pericardium Channel ?

    • A.

      P4

    • B.

      P6

    • C.

      P5

    • D.

      P7

    Correct Answer
    A. P4
    Explanation
    The Xi Cleft point of the Pericardium Channel is P4. In Chinese medicine, the Xi Cleft points are considered to be areas where Qi and blood accumulate and get stuck. They are often used to treat acute conditions and pain. P4, also known as Xi-Cleft of the Pericardium, is located on the inner side of the forearm, between the tendons of the palmaris longus and flexor carpi radialis muscles. It is commonly used to treat acute pain and spasms in the chest, heart palpitations, and emotional imbalances related to the heart.

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  • 3. 

    Which is the Yuan Point of the Kidney Channel ?

    • A.

      K3

    • B.

      K2

    • C.

      K5

    • D.

      K7

    Correct Answer
    A. K3
    Explanation
    K3 is the Yuan Point of the Kidney Channel. The Yuan Point is an important acupuncture point that is considered to be the source of energy for the meridian. In the case of the Kidney Channel, K3 is the Yuan Point because it is believed to be the primary point where the energy of the Kidney Channel originates. Stimulating this point can help balance and strengthen the Kidney Channel and address related health issues.

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  • 4. 

    Which point is the Back Shu Point of the Large Intestine ?

    • A.

      UB23

    • B.

      UB27

    • C.

      UB25

    • D.

      UB28

    Correct Answer
    C. UB25
    Explanation
    The Back Shu Point of the Large Intestine is UB25. Back Shu Points are located along the Bladder Meridian on the back of the body and correspond to specific organ systems. UB25 is the Back Shu Point for the Large Intestine, which means that it is believed to have a direct influence on the functioning of the Large Intestine and can be used in acupuncture and other traditional Chinese medicine practices to treat related conditions.

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  • 5. 

    Which point is the Front Mu of the UB Channel ?

    • A.

      REN6

    • B.

      REN3

    • C.

      REN4

    • D.

      REN5

    Correct Answer
    B. REN3
    Explanation
    REN3 is the correct answer because it is the Front Mu point of the UB (Urinary Bladder) channel. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Front Mu points are specific points on the front of the body that correspond to the organs or channels they are named after. REN3, also known as Zhongji, is the Front Mu point of the UB channel, which means it is the point on the front of the body that is directly connected to and influences the functioning of the UB channel.

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  • 6. 

    Which of the following is the Influential Point of the FU Organs ?

    • A.

      REN13

    • B.

      GB39

    • C.

      REN14

    • D.

      REN12

    Correct Answer
    D. REN12
    Explanation
    REN12 is the influential point of the FU organs. The influential points are specific acupuncture points that have a strong influence on the corresponding organs or systems in the body. REN12, also known as Zhongwan, is located on the midline of the abdomen, around the level of the lower border of the sternum. It is considered the influential point for the FU organs, which include the stomach, small intestine, large intestine, gallbladder, and bladder. Stimulating REN12 can help regulate and harmonize the functions of these organs, promoting digestive health and overall well-being.

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