Here are some charts of accupressure/accupunture points: about 82 points are described with the healing function. Points are not mentioned where located, so you would have to be certified practioner or study the anantomy to know where.
Heart meridian-11:00am to 1:00pm
Entry Point H1 at axilla in arm pit descends to radial corner of nail of little finger H9. Yin. The Heart is known as the ruler of all the internal organs, functioning to govern the blood and blood vessels. The Heart houses the mind (Shen) and also controls the sweat. The Heart opens into the tongue and manifests in the complexion. The Heart is least sensitive to external influences, yet isquite vulnerable to the emotional aspects of excess joy, sadness,and anger (frustration, ressentment and depression).
Important points:H1- "EXTREME YANG"- CHEST PAIN AND IMPULSIVENESS. H5-"PENETRATING iNSIDE" DIZZY, ANXIETY, PALPATATIONS. H7 "SPIRIT DOOR" INSOMINIA CARDIAC ARRYTHMIAS. H9- "LESSER RUSHING" PALPATATIONS, HEART ATTACK.
Small Intestine- 1:00pm to 3:00Pm
Entry point SI1 is at ulnar border of nail at small finger and ascends to SI19 at tragus of the ear and condyloid process of the mandible. Yang. The Small Intestines functions to control receiving and transforming of food from the stomach and to seperate fluids. The Small Intestines channel is sensitive to dietary habits and emotional problems.IMPORTANT POINTS- SI 1-"LITTLE MARSH"-HEADACHE,SI 3 "BUCK STREAM" STIFF NECK, EAR, HEADACHE.SI 4"WRIST BONE" SHOULDER TENSION HEADACHE AND EAR. SI7- "BRANCH STRAIGHT" STIFF NECK, MENTAL STRESS.SI 10-"SHOULDER BLADE POINT"-UPPER BACK, ARM TENSION.SI 11-"HEAVENTLY ANCESTOR" SHOULDER PAIN, FRUSTRATION. SI 12-"FACING THE WIND" ACHING OF UPPER EXTREMITES. SI 14- "SHOULDER CORRESPODENCE" SPASM OR PAIN OF UPPER BACK. SI 19- "LISTENING PALACE" TINNITUS, DEAFNESS.
Bladder-3:00pm to 5:00pm
Entry Point is inner canthus of the eye B1 descends down the backto B67 tip of 5th toe lateral border of nail. Yang. The Blader functions to Transform Qi via the transforming and excreting of fluids. The Bladder is sensitive to cold and damp weather and to the effects of fear. Excessive sexual activity or unspoken feelings of suspicion and jealousy can harm the Bladder.IMPORTANT POINTS-B 1-"EYES BRIGHT"- EYES OR FACIAL PARALYSIS. B 2 "COLLECT BAMBOO" SINUS OR ALLERGY. B 7- "PENETRATING HEAVEN" HEADACHE, NOSE. B 10-"HEAVENLY pILLAR" nECK TENSION, HEADACHE, SORE THROAT.B 50 "RECEIVE AND SUPPORT" SCIATICA, LEG PARALYSIS, HEMORRHOIDS. B 51 "PROSPEROUS GATE"- BACK PAIN, SCIATICA. B54 "COMMANDING MIDDLE" SCIATICA, BACK PAIN, KNEE, HIP, NECK. B 57 "SUPPORTING MOUNTAIN" LUMBAGO, CONSTIPATION. B 58- "SOARING" EPILEPSY, DIZZY, LUMBAGO. B 60- "HIGH MOUNTAIN" LOWER BACK PAIN. B 62- "EXTENDED MERIDIAN" HEADACHE, DIZZINESS. B 64- "CAPITAL BONE" HEADACHE, LEG PAIN, LUMBAGO. B 67- "EXTREMITY OF YIN" EYE PAIN, URINARY DISFUNCTION.
Kidneys-5:00pm to 7:00pm
Entry Point K1 "Bubbling Well"is in the center of the ball of foot between 2nd and 3rd metatarsal bones and Ascends upto the clavical at K27. Yin. The Kidney is referred to as the ROOT OF LIFE and functions to store the 'essence' that governs birth, growth, and reproduction.
Kidney Points: K1 “BUBBLING WELL”- RELEASE STRESS, FIRST AID FOR FAINTING, DRY THROAT. K 2- “BLAZING VALLEY”- DIABETES, IRREGULAR MENSTRATION, NIGHT SWEATS, SEXUAL ORGAN PROBLEMS. K 3- “MOUNTAIN STREAM”- COUGH, MOUTH AND THROAT CONDITIONS, TOOTACHES, IMPOTENCE, MAMMARY GLAND INFLAMTION. K 4- “WATER SPRING”- Pain in heel, impotence, crying, premenstrual depression. K 6- “shining sea”- INSOMNIA, MENSTRAL IRREGUALRITY, ANKLE PAIN, INSECT BITES. K 10- “YIN VALLEY’ KNEE PAIN, GENITAL WEAKNESS. K 11 “TRANSVERSE BONE” HERNIA, IMPOTENCE, GENITAL PAIN. K 27- “STROE HOUSE” CHEST PAIN, COUGH , ASTHMA, INCREASE ENERGY.
Pericardium-7:00pm to 9:00pm
P1 entry point lateral to the nipple 4th intercostal space and descends to tip of middle finger P9. Yin. The Pericardium is related to the Heart. It functions to protect the heart from external pathogens. in the terms of therapy, the Pericardium has more influence on the Heart than any other channel. the influence is especially powerful with regard to disorders of the chest cavity and emotional distress related to interpersonal relationships.
Pericardium- P 1- “HEAVENLY POND”- LOCAL POINT FOR CHEST, LYMPH GLANDS. P 2 “HEAVENLY SPRING”- COUGHING, BRONCHITIS, VOMITING, ANOREXIA, ARM PAIN, CARDIA PAIN. P 3- “CROOKED MARSH”- CHEST PAIN, ARM PAIN, STERILITY, IRREGUALR PERIODS. P 6- ”INNER GATE” NAUSEA, CHEST PAIN, EMOTIONS, SHOCK, DIZZINESS, INSOMNIA. P 7- “BIG MOUND”- PRONE TO SADNESS OR FEAR, INSOMNIA, WRIST PROBLEMS, MANIA. P 8-“LABOUR PALACE”- WRIST PIAN, EMOTIONAL BALANCE, INDIGESTION, HARDENING OF ARTERIES.
Triple Warmer- 9:00pm to 11:00pmEntry Point TW1 ring finger at dorsal border of the nail ascending up to the lateral end of the eyebrow. TW 23. Yang. The Triple Warmer is composed of the Upper, Middle , and Lower Warmers which are compared to a 'mist', a 'bubbling caldron' and a 'drainage ditch' respectively. It functions to receive and transport fluidand norishment, excrete wastes, and control the distribution of the various types of Qi.
Triple warmer- TW 1-“GATE RUSHING” SORE THROAT, HEADACHE. TW 4- “YANG POND” WRIST PROBLEMS, SHIVERING, DIABETES. TW 5- “OUTER GATE” ARTHRITIS, STIFF NECK, TOOTHACHE, HEADACHE, CHEST PAIN, COLD AND FLU. TW 15 “Heavenly bone” SHOULDER AND ARM PAIN, STIFF NECK, FEVER, ANTIBODY PRODUCTION. TW 16- “WINDOW OF HEAVEN” STIFF NECK, TEMPORAL HEADACHE, DEAFNESS. TW 23- “SILK AND BAMBOO HOLLOW”- EYE TWITCHING, VISION BLURRED.
Gall Bladder-11:00pm to 1:00am
Gall Bladder Entry Point GB1 is at outside corner of eye socket. It exits at 4th toe base of nail GB43. Yang. The Gall Bladder funtions to store and excrete bile. This function is an expression of the Liver's role of ensuring the smooth function of Qi and Sinews. The Gall Bladder also functions to impart courage and control one's ability to make decisions.
GB 1-"EYE BONE" EYE PROBLEM, CONJUNCTIVITIS, HEADACHE, FACIAL PARALYSIS.
GB 3- 'UPPER GATE'- MIGRAINS, EAR PROBLEM, TOOTH ACHE.
GB 14- "WHITE YANG" FRONTL HEADACHE, FACIAL PARALYSIS, DIZZY, MEMORY, CLEAR THINKING.
GB 20- "WIND POND" -TRANQUILITY, NCK AND SHOULDER, EYE OR EAR PROBLEM.
GB 21- "SHOULDER WELL" BACK, SHOULDER, NECK TENSIONS. HYPERTHYROID, HEADACHE.
Gall bladder- GB 30- “JUMPING CIRCLE”- SCIATICA, STRESS, HIP. GB 31- “WIND MARKET”- PARAYLSIS OF LOWER EXTREMITIES. SCIATICA, HIP. GB 34- “YANG MOUND SPRING” – MUSCEL RELAXANT, LUMBAGO, TIGHT LIGAMENT, SHIN SPLINT, KNEE PROBLEMS. GB 37- “BRIGHT LIGHT”- LEG PAIN, EYE DISEASE. GB 40- “WILDERNESS MOUND”- ANKEL PAIN, SCIATICA, MUSCULAR SPASMS, SPAINED ANKLE. GB 41- “FOOT ABOVE TEARS” HEADACHE, SCIATICA, ANKLE, IRRITABILITY, SHOULDER TENSION. PAIN THAT MOVES AROUND.
Liver-1:00am to 3:00pm
Entry Point LV1- Dorsal aspect of big toe and Exit: LV14 at 6th intercostal below mammary line. Yin. The Liver channel store blood, ensures the smooth flow of QI and controls the sinews. It opens into the eyes and manifest in nails. The Live houses the "Etereal Soul". The Liver is vulnerable to : external pathogenic factors of Wind and Dampness, excessive emotions of anger, resentment, irritation, and dietary indiscretions.LV 1- "BIG HEAP" HERNIA, IRREGULAR MENSTRATION.
Lungs- 3:00am to 5:00am
Entry point LU 1 is at hollow of the delto-pectoral triangle and descends to radial side of thumb nail LU 11. Yin. The Lung channel functions to "govern Qi" and respiration, control the skin, regulate water passage (body fluids) and to house the corporeal soul. The Lungs open the nose. The Lungs are the most exterior of the organs and most sensitive to external pathogens such as wind, heat, fire, cold, damp and dryness.
LUNGS- LU 1- “MIDDLE PALACE”- EMOTIONAL, UPPER BACK AND SHOULDER TENSION, CHEST AND BREATHING PROBLEMS. LU 7- “NARROW DEFILE”- ASTHMA, COUGH, CONCEPTION VESSEL IMBALANCE. LU 9- “GREAT ABYSS” EMOTIONS, WRIST, ASTHMA, COUGING, CHEST PAIN. LU 10- “FISH REGION” LU 11 “YOUNG MERCHANT” TONSILS, EPLIEPSY, FEVER.
large Intestines- 5:00am to 7:00am
Entry point LI 1 at radial tip of index finger ascendsto LI 20 at naso-labial groove. Yang. The Large Intestines function to receive food and drink from Small intestines and to Excrete waste food materials. The Large Intestines is quite sensitive to the pathogenic influences of Cold and Damp.
LARGE INTESTINGES-LI 1 "MERCHANT YANG'- FEVER COUGH, SORE THROAT.
LI 4- 'HOKU', HEADACHE, TENSION, FIRE CHI, JAW, COLD, INSOMNIA.
LI 11- "CROOKED POND" BLOOD CIRCULATION, ARM PAIN, ANTIBODIES.
LI 14- "OUTER ARM BONE" STIFF NECK, SHOULDER, TOOTH ACHE.
LI 20- 'WELCOMING PERFUME" NASAL CONGESTION, FACIAL PARALYSIS.
Stomach- 7:00am to 9:00am
Entry point ST1 at infra-orbital ridge of eye descends down tomedial side of 2nd toe ST 45. Yang. The Stomach functions to Transform and Transport food and to assist in the descending of Qi. It is the orgin of all body fluids. The Stomach is sensitive to pathogenic influences of Cold, Dry, poor dietary habits and conditions of excess and deficiency.
Stomach meridian ST 1- “RECEIVE TEARS”- EYE POINT. ST 3- “FACIAL BEAUTY”- FOR FACIAL CONDIONS (HEADACHE, SINUS, JAW, FACIAL PARALYSIS) NAUSEA. ST 6- “JAW CHARIOT” –JAW INFLAMMATION, GRINDING TEETH. ST 13- “CHI DOOR”- SHOULDER TENSION, CHEST PAIN, ASTHMA, BRONCHITITS. ST 16- “BREAST WINDOW”-COUGH ASTHMA, HEARTBURN. ST 36- Chi tonic point, stomach disorders, constipation, neck and head problems. ST 40- “ABUNDANT SPLENDOUR” COUGHING, PHLEM, DIZZINESS, PARANOID, LEG PROBLEMS. ST 42-“RUSHIING YANG” TOOTHACHE, GUMS, VOMITING, YAWNING, FOOT PROBLEMS. ST 45- “GENERAL EXCHANGE”- SINUS, TONSILS, FACE SWOLLEN, EYES TWITCH, FAINING.
Spleen- 9:00am to 11:00am
Entry Point SP 1 begins and medial side of the tip of big toe and ascends to 7th intercostal spaceon mid-axillary line SP 21. Themain function of spleen is the primary organ involved in production of Qi. It controls the blood,the muscels and 4limbs. The spleen opens themouth and manifest in thelips. It houses the mind. The spleen is easily vexed by external dampness and cold from climatic exposure or dietary indiscretion. Prolonged mental strain and brooding can weaken the Spleen.
SPLEEN MERIDIAN: SP 1: ‘HIDDEN WHITE’- INSOMINIA, IRREGULAR MENSTRATION HYPERACTIVITY. SP 3-“MOST WHITE” CONSTIPATION, DIARRHEA, VOMITING, HERNIA. SP 4- “GRANDFATHER GRANDSON”- FOOT CRAMPS, STOMACH DISORDER, MENTRAL CRAMPS, EPILEPSY. SP 6- “3 YIN MEETINGS” GENITAL PAIN, NERVOUS DEPRESSION, MENSTRAL DISORDER. SP 9- “FOUNTAIN OF YIN” USED FOR YIN CONDITIONS, BLEEDING, EDEMA, KNEE PROBLEMS. SP 10- “SEA OF BLOOD” MENSTRAL PROBLEMS, KNEE PROBLEMS, EDEMA. SP 13- “MANSION COTTAGE” SEXUAL FRUSTRATION,, PELVIC TENSION, INDIGESTION, ABDOMINAL PAIN. SP 16- “ABDOMEN SORROW” SIDEACHE, ULCER, HICCOUGHS, ABDOMINAL DYSFUNCTIONS. SP 21- “Big wrapping” CHEST AND SIDE PAIN, GENERAL ACHING.
Ren-Front channel CV (Conception Vessel)
Entry Point Ren 1 Begins at perineum between anus and sex organ and ascends up midline to the mentolabial groove above chin Ren 24. Yin. The Ren channel is the "Sea of Yin" and is the joining of all the Yin channels. The Ren channel functions to exert an influence on all the Yin channels of the body. It is of great importance for regulation of the reproductive systems of both men and women.
Du- Back channel GV(Governing Vessel)
Entry for Du 1 channel begins at tip of coccyyx and anus and ascends up the midline of spine and ends at upper lip and the gum Du 28. Yang. The Du channel is call the "Sea of Yang" and thus, exerts an influence on all the Yang channels and organs. The Du channel also functions to nourish the spine and brain.
DU 26 - FAINTING
EXTRA ORDINARY POINTS-
EXTRA 1- TAIYANG- HEADACHE, DIZZY.
EXTRA 2- YINTANG- HEADACHE DIZZY.