The Acu-Eight Hui Converging Acupoint #4 -G41 (Foot-Linqi)
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CHINESE NAME of Acupuncture point G41:
Zulinqi, Zu means foot; lin means treatment; qi means to cry. The point is at the foot and is indicated in lacrymation and other eye disorders.
LOCATION of Acupuncture point
Front of the junction between the 4th and 5th metatarsal. 0.5 - 0.8 inches deep.
INDICATION of Acupuncture point G41:
Headache, dizziness, breast infection, hypochondria pain (pain in the lateral aspect of chest), paralysis after stroke, malaria, numbness in the limbs, food pain etc.
HINT for All Acupoints:
You should feel sour or numb, but Not knife-cut like pain when pressing. The acupoints are usually between or beside the bones and tendons or ligaments, on a depression, never on the bones or blood vessels.
MERIDIANS CODES: L=Lung, LI=Large Intestine, S=Stomach, Sp=Spleen, H=Heart, SI=Small Intestine, B=Bladder, K=Kidney, P=Pericardium, TE(SJ)=Triple Energizer (Sanjiao), G=Gallbladder, Liv=Liver;
8-HUI ACUPOINT CODES: 1=B62(Shenmai), 2,5=K6(Zhaohai), 3=TE(SJ)5(Waiguan), 4=G41(Foot-Linqi), 6=Sp4(Gongsun), 7=SI3(Houxi), 8=P6(Neiguan), 9=L7(Lieque)
Two ways make acupuncture easy for you:
1. Learn just 4 pairs of 8-Hui acupoints and use our Chrono acupuncture calendar;
2. Use Haci Acupressure Cupping Set (Supervised by China Acupuncture and Moxibustion Institute) instead of needles to do acupuncture: the suction cups with Acu-magnet tablet head work for the points of your body just like the acupuncture needles worked for the points and meridians.
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