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Home > Education > Theory > Meridian System > Gall Bladder Meridian

The Gall Bladder Meridian

By Yang, Jwing-Ming

Gall Bladder Channel image

A. Course:

Course #1: (1). Outer canthus of the eye (Tongziliao, GB-1) - (2). Nose Heliao (TB-22)- (3). Jiaosun (TB-20)- (4). Dazhui (Gv-14)- (5). Enters the supraclavicular fossa.

Course #2: (6). Retro-auricular region, passes through Yifeng (TB-17) - (7). Tinggong (SI-19) and Xiaguan (S-7).

Course #3: (1). Outer canthus of the eye - (8). Daying (S-5) - (9). Infraorbital region - (10). Jiache (S-6) -(11). Supraclavicular fossa -(12). Into the chest -(13). Tianchi (P-1)- (14). Communicates. with the liver -(15). Pertains to the gall bladder - (16). Inside of the hypochondrium (17). Around the genitals -(18). Hip (Huantiao, GB-30).

Course #4: (19). Supraclavicular fossa - (20). Axilla - (21). Lateral aspect of the chest -(22). Through the hypochondrium - (23). Zhangmen (Li 13) - (24). Along the lateral aspect of thigh - (25). Knee - (26). Anterior aspect of the fibula - (27). Anterior aspect of the malleolus (28). Lateral side of the tip of the 4th toe or Zuqiaoyin (GB-44).

Course #5: (29). Dorsum of the foot (Linqi, GB-41) - (30). Big toe (Dadun, Li-l).

B. Related Viscera:

Gall bladder (Pertaining Organ), liver, and heart.

C. Cavities:

Tongziliao (GB-1), Tinghui (GB-2), Shangguan (GB-3), Hanyan (GB-4), Xuanlu (GB-S), Xuanli (GB-G), Qubin (GB-7), Shuaigu (GB 8), Tianchong (GB-9), Fubai (GB-10), Head-Qiaoyin (GB-11), Head Wangu (GB-12), Benshen (GB-13), Yangbai (GB-14), Head-Linqi (GB-15), Muchuang (GB-16), Zhengying (GB-17), Chengling (GB-18), Naokong (GB-19), Fengchi (GB-20), Jianjing (GB-21), Yuanye (GB-22), Zhejin (GB-23), Riyue (GB-24), Jingmen (GB-25), Daimai (GB-26), Wushu (GB-27), Weidao (GB-28), Femur-Juliao (GB-29), Huantiao (GB-30), Fengshi (GB-31), Femur-Zhongdu (GB-32), Xiyangguan (GB-33), Yanglingquan (GB-34), Yangjiao (GB-35), Waiqiu (GB-36), Guangming (GB-37), Yangfu (GB-38), Xuanzhong (GB-39), Qiuxu (GB-40), Foot-Linqi (GB-41), Diwuhui (GB-42), Xiaxi (GB-43), Foot-Qiaoyin (GB-44).

From the book entitled "Chinese Qigong Massage", YMAA Publication Center, Jamaica Plain.

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