The use of the great tai yin channel’s he-uniting points

LU5-SP9 to regulate the tai yin channel

In the period between August 2011 and July 2012 I lived in Beijing and studied with Professor Wang Ju-Yi [王居易].

In Prof. Wang Ju-Yi’s wonderful book, “Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine: Wang Ju-Yi’s Lectures on Channel Therapeutics” (written by Jason Robertson) the point pair SP9-LU5 is greatly emphasized.

In reality, during my clinical internship under Dr. Wang’s tutelage, the number of times I observed this point-pair applied exceeded all my expectations, as it was used extensively for a wide variety of medical conditions.

In the following article I will summarize the different clinical uses and applications of SP9-LU5.

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