The flow at this point is relatively shallow and slow.
Jing Well points are used for "fullness below the heart."
In some cases, Jing Well points can be used to tonify deficiencies.
Jing Well points are resuscitation points.
Jing Well points are always bled for effect.
Breech birth (with moxa).
Insufficient lactation due to emotional excess.
Spotting between periods.
Asthma due to Kidney Deficiency.
Pitting edema, especially on the sole of the foot.
(Kidney) Yin Deficiency Heat (low-grade fevers, night sweats)
Kidneys Failing to Grasp Qi.
Both are used exclusively for EXCESS HEAT conditions.
Both have a rapid, deep energy flow.
On the Stomach channel, both Jing Well and Ying Spring points clear Excess Yangming Heat.
Both have a flow that is shallow and slow RELATIVE to the other Shu Transport Points.
For "fullness below the heart."
For "diseases that cause a change in complexion."
For clearing Heat due to deficiency.
For fostering Yin-blood.
Heat/Dryness in the Lower Jiao due to Yin Deficiency.
Fluid Deficiency combined with an exterior condition; patient unable to sweat.
Strong heat in Yangming channel and/or organ; Yin damaged.
Deficiency of Lung Yin leading to sore throat.
Liver Blood deficiency leading to heat.
Augments Qi and Warms Yang.
Movement of Qi at Shu Stream points is "pouring."
(On Yang Channels) Source Qi enters the channel in force here.
Transforms Dampness and Phlegm.
One is used for Yin Deficiency Heat, while the other is used for Yang Deficiency Cold.
One is a Yuan Source point, while the other is not.
One is usually bled, while the other is needled (retained).
One always treats fevers, while the other does not treat fevers at all.
Brings warmth to Shaoyang channel; for lateral low back/hip stiffness due to cold stasis.
Tonifies Lung Qi/Yang, especially with dampness/phlegm.
Heaviness throughout the body due to Dampness and Phlegm.
Treats chronic deficiency/cold type low back pain by strengthening Kidney Yang Qi.
Warms Taiyang Channel (for low back pain due to cold stasis).
SJ 3, GB 41
Lung 9, Spleen 3
Kidney 3, SI 3
UB 65, Kidney 3
Kidney 3, Liver 3
Kidney 3, Lung 9
Lung 9, LI 3
Spleen 3, Lung 9
Lung 9, Stomach 43
SI 3, UB 65
Main usage of Jing River Points is to provide MOVEMENT of qi.
Commonly used (or at least described as such) for cases of wheezing, coughing, heat, cold (external pathogenic invasion).
The Qi here is "moving," i.e. has a strong, constant flow.
Jing River points are used to drain excesses and eliminate stagnation in the channel.
Treats counterflow Qi.
Flow of Qi is full, wide, and deep and ENTERS at sea points.
Always has a deep, tonifying effect on the organ level.
Can be used for urinary or bowel problems.
Can be used for high blood pressure or skin problems.
Improves circulation to low back by stimulating proper movement of qi and blood through Taiyang.
Used for difficult urination due to Damp Heat; also thought of as a Yin tonifying point.
Creates harmonized Qi movement throughout body; Lung commands body's Qi.
Fever, generalized Heat.
Benefits Qi and Blood of whole body by optimizing movement of Yang aspect of digestion.
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