Category: Meridians

Bladder Meridian

Bladder meridian

Symptoms of an imbalanced Bladder meridian are: eye diseases, ear problems, sinusitis, headaches, problems with the spine, lumbago & sciatica, sexual organ dysfunctions, chronic cystitis, hemorrhoids • Press any sore point to balance the...

Gall Bladder Meridian

Gall Bladder meridian

The Gall Bladder stores and distributes nutrients in the body. The Gall Bladder Meridian governs: The sides of the body, joints, muscles and tendons. It is also associated with the digestion of fat and...

Heart Meridian

Heart meridian

The heart’s physical function is to move blood, pumping and moving blood 24/7 with every heartbeat. The heart has to be physically very strong and powerful because it has a constant job to keep...

Kidneys Meridian

Kidney meridian

To replenish your stock of vital energy, massage or brush upwards your Kidney Meridian. Press the point on the foot sole (#1), and on any sore point along on that meridian. (Drawings copyright Anne...

Large Intestine Meridian

Large Intestine meridian

In TCM, the yang (male) Large Intestine is paired with the yin (female) Lungs – both organs of excretion. Both are associated with the Metal element, which governs principles, order, letting go, sadness, worry....

Liver Meridian

Liver meridian

The Liver meridian/energy regulates muscular activity and tension (the inability to relax is often caused by liver dysfunction), ligaments and tendons, planning and creativity, resistance to fatigue. To detox your liver (eg: hangover, over...