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Clinical Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine
Acupuncture Points & Meridians 1
Ear Acupuncture & Other Microsystems
Eight Extraordinary Meridians Info Sheet
1994-2015 Program Notes
This is complete set of lecture notes from our 200-hour program. these notes were developed between 1994 and 2015. They are in outline format and comprise over 300 pages. They are lecture notes, and therefore incomplete without classroom discussion.
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Acupuncture for Women's Health
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This chart Illustrates Du Mai or Governing Vessel. The Du Mai is responsible for the integrety of the Spine, the Posterior Zone, and Governing the Yang.
- Du Mai
- Master Point - SI 3
- Coupled Point - UB 62
This chart illustrates the Lung Meridian, which is paired with the Large Intensine via the Metal element, and with the Spleen via Tai Yin.
This chart illustrates the Stomach Meridian, which is paired with the Spleen via the Earth element, and with the Large Intestine via Yang Ming.
This chart illustrates the Bladder or Urinary Bladder Meridian, which is paired with the Kidney via the Water element, and with the Small Intestine via Tai Yang.