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I. Diagnosis Pulse Diagnosis Tongue Diagnosis Pulse & Tongue Comparison with Zang-Fu Pathologies Ten Question Diagnostics Six Stages Four Levels II. The Basics of Acupuncture Cun Measurements Five Elements Circadian Clock Functions of the Zang Fu Organs Specific Points · Jing-Well Points · Ying Spring Points · Shu-Stream Points · He-Sea Points · Yuan Source Points · Xi-Cleft Points · Luo-Connecting Points · Back Shu Points · Front Mu Points Special Point Quick Reference Guide · 8 Influential Points · 8 Confluent Points · Lower He-Sea Points · Window to the Sky Points · Extra Xi-Cleft Points 1 6 13 16 25 28

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· Points with Caution During Pregnancy · Command Points · General Luo Points · Sea Points · Group Luo Points · Circadian Clock · Caution with Moxibustion Points · Yin & Yang Theory · Husband & Wife Law · List of Points with Special Puncture Methods · Important Meridian Crossing Points · Muscle Regions "Health PleX Center" Memorization Aid Chart Accu-Specifics Chart Points Summary Empirical Points Common Point Combinations Tonification and Sedation Techniques Four NeedleTechnique III. Over View of Points · Points of the Upper Extremities · Points of the Lower Extremities A · Points of the Lower Extremities B · Points of the Head & Neck · Points of the Anterior Trunk · Points of the Posterior Trunk IV. Acupuncture Points Acupuncture Points of the Lung Meridian of Hand Taiyin Acupuncture Points of the Large Intestine Meridian of Hand Yangming Acupuncture Points of the Stomach Meridian of Foot Yangming Acupuncture Points of the Spleen Meridian of Foot Taiyin

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Acupuncture Points of the Heart Meridian of Hand Shaoyin Acupuncture Points of the Small Intestine Meridian of Hand Taiyang Acupuncture Points of the Urinary Bladder Meridian of Foot Taiyang Acupuncture Points of the Kidney Meridain of Foot Shaoyin Acupuncture Points of the Pericardium Meridian of Hand Jueyin Acupuncture Points of the San Jiao Meridian of Hand Shaoyang Acupuncture Points of the Gallbladder Meridian of Foot Shaoyang Acupuncture Points of the Liver Meridian of Foot Jueyin Acupuncture Points of the Ren Meridian Acupuncture Points of the Du Meridian Extra Acupuncture Points V. The Extra Meridians Chong Channel Dai Channel Yang Qiao Yang Wei Yin Qiao Yin Wei

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VI. Treatment Modalities Auricular Acupuncture 203 Auricular Acupuncture & The Treatment of Substance Abuse 207 Scalp Acupuncture 209 Moxibustion 213 Cupping 215 Ion Pumping Cords 216

VII. Differentiation of Syndrome Lung Syndromes 1. Lung Qi Deficiency 2. Lung Yin Deficiency 3. Wind-Cold Attack Lung 4. Wind-Heat Attack Lung 5. Lung Dryness 6. Damp Phlegm Obstruct the Lung 7. Phlegm Heat Obstruct the Lung Large Intestine Syndromes 1. LI Qi Deficiency 2. LI Heat 3. Excess Heat Obstruct the LI 4. LI Damp Heat 5. LI Cold 6. LI Dryness 7. Intestinal Abscess Stomach Syndromes 1. Stomach Qi Deficiency 2. Stomach Yin Deficiency 3. Stomach Cold 4. Food Stagnation 5. Stomach Heat 6. Blood Stagnation in the Stomach 7. Stomach Damp-Heat Spleen Syndromes 1. Spleen Qi Deficiency 2. Spleen Qi Sinking 3. Spleen Yang Qi Deficiency 4. Spleen Failure to Control Blood 5. Spleen Cold Damp 6. Spleen Damp Heat

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Heart Syndromes 1. Heart Qi Deficiency 2. Heart Yin Deficiency 3. Heart Blood Deficiency 4. Heart Yang Deficiency 5. Heart Fire 6. Heart Blood Stagnation 7. Hot Phlegm Bothers the Heart 8. Cold Phlegm Misting the Heart Small Intestine Syndromes 1. SI Qi Stagnation 2. SI Deficient Cold 3. Excess SI Heat Urinary Bladder Syndromes 1. UB Damp Heat 2. UB Damp Cold Kidney Syndromes 1. Kidney Qi Deficiency 2. Kidney Yin Deficiency 3. Kidney Yang Deficiency 4. Essence Deficiency 5. Failure of Kidney to Grasp the Qi 6. Kidney Yang Deficiency with Water Flooding Gallbaldder Syndromes 1. Liver & GB Damp Heat 2. GB False Heat Liver Syndromes 1. Liver Qi Stagnation 2. Liver Yin Deficiency 3. Liver Fire 4. Liver Blood Deficiency 5. Liver Yang Rising

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6. Cold Stagnation in the Liver Channel 7. Liver Blood Stagnation 8. Liver Heat Creates Liver Wind 9. Liver Yang Creates Internal Wind 10. Liver Blood Deficiency Causes Internal Wind 11. Liver Insults the Spleen 12. Liver Insults the Stomach VIII. Treatment of Disease 1. Abdominal Pain 2. Amenorrhea 3. Asthma 4. Bi Syndrome 5. Chest Pain 6. Child Malnutrition 7. Common Cold 8. Constipation 9. Cough 10. Deafness & Tinnitus 12. Diarrhea, Child 11. Diarrhea 13. Dysentery 14. Dysmenorrhea 15. Edema 16. Epigastric Pain 17. Epilepsy 18. Goiter 19. Headache 20. Hypochondriac Pain 21. Infantile Convulsion 22. Insomnia 23. Insufficient Lactation 24. Intestinal Abscess 25. Jaundice 26. Prolonged Labor 27. Morbid Leukorhea

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28. Lin Syndrome 29. Lower Back Pain 30. Menses- Early 31. Menses- Irregular 31. Menses- Late 32. Metorrhagia "Beng Luo" 33. Morning Sickness 34. Nasal Discharge "Bi Yuan" 35. Palpitation 37. Sore Throat 38. Uterus Prolapse 39. Vomiting 40. Wind Stroke 41. Xiao Ke IX. Bibliography

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