Material below includes point and channel information for all primary and extraordinary channels. If you are looking for study guides you will find them on the Energetics of Points main page.

Lung Channel of the Hand Taiyin

Lung primary meridian, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, and muscular regions. Functions of the channel and the Lung organ. Actions and indications of the Lung channel points.
Notes, pages 1-7.
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Lung meridian and points

Lung 1 – 7, pages 7 – 11
Lung 8 – 11, pages 1 – 4

Large Intestine Channel of the Hand Yangming

Large Intestine primary meridian, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, and muscular regions. Indications of the channel. Actions and indications of the Large Intestine channel points.
Notes, page 5
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Large Intestine meridian and points

Large Intestine 1 – 4, pages 6-8
Large Intestine 5 – 20 

Stomach Meridian of the Foot Yangming

Stomach primary meridian, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, and muscular regions. Indications of the channel. Actions and indications of the Stomach channel points.
Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Stomach channel and points

Stomach 1 – 25
Stomach 26 – 39
Stomach 40 – 45

Spleen Meridian of the Foot Taiyin

Spleen primary meridian, luo connecting channel, great luo connecting channel, divergent channel, and sinew channel. Actions and indications of the Spleen channel points.
Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for Spleen channel and points

Heart Channel of the Hand Shaoyin

Heart primary channel, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, muscular regions, and channel indications. Actions and indications of the Heart channel points.
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for Heart meridian and points

Small Intestine Channel of the Hand Taiyang

Small Intestine primary channel, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, sinew/muscular regions, and general point indications for this channel. Actions and indications of the Small Intestine channel points.
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Small Intestine channel and points.

Bladder Channel of the Foot Taiyang

Bladder primary channel, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, sinew/muscular regions, and general point indications for this channel. Actions and indications of the Bladder meridian points.
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Bladder channel and points.

Kidney Channel of the Foot Shaoyin

Kidney primary channel, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, sinew/muscular regions, and general point indications for this channel. Actions and indications of the Bladder meridian points.
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Kidney channel and points

Pericardium Channel of the Hand Jueyin

Pericardium primary channel, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, sinew/muscular regions, and general point indications for this channel. Actions and indications of the Pericardium meridian points.
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Pericardium channel and points

San Jiao (Triple Burner or Triple Heater) Channel of the Hand Shaoyang

San Jiao (also called Triple Burner or Triple Heater) primary channel, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, sinew/muscular regions, and general indications for points on for this channel.
Actions and indications of the San Jiao meridian points.
Discussion of Shaoyang Syndrome (See slide 9)
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the San Jiao channel and points

Gallbladder Meridian of the Foot Shaoyang

Gallbladder primary channel, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, sinew/muscular regions, and general point indications for this channel. Actions and indications of the Gallbladder meridian points.
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Gallbladder channel and points

Liver Meridian of the Foot Jueyin

Liver primary channel, luo connecting channel, divergent channel, sinew/muscular regions, and general point indications for this channel. Actions and indications of the Liver meridian points.
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides for the Liver channel and points

Ren and Du Channels

These are Extraordinary channels even though they have their own points. You can access the information for these channels by going to the Extraordinary Channel page.

Extra Points

This is by no means a comprehensive list. There are many, many of these, but this set is what is most-used in clinic.
Class Notes
Dr. Zheng Zeng’s slides


Comments

Energetics of the Channels and Points — No Comments

Leave a Reply