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quarta-feira, 12 de janeiro de 2011
Meridianos Padro: Bao-Pncreas
Meridiano do Bao-Pncreas: Esta postagem
resultado da compilao de vrios textos de livros
em ingls, japons e portugus, inclusive de sites
encontrados na rede mundial de computadores, e
que duraram meses como um trabalho acadmico,
obviamente, sem ns lucrativos, com o nico intuito
de ajudar aqueles que pesquisam sobre o assunto.
Um dos sites: www.kyusho.it/tavole-
e-meridiani.html foi fundamental na ilustrao dos
meridianos, sem o qual, este trabalho no teria sido
feito. Convido todos a visitarem este site de
excelente qualidade tcnica e sobretudo grca. Vai
lhes acrescentar ricos conhecimentos sobre tudo
que se entende por Medicina Oriental. Obrigado pela
visita.
.
Portugus:
Meridiano do
Bao / Pncreas
(BP)
Ingls: Spleen
Pancreas (SP)
Japons: Hi Kei
Chins: Pi Ching
Italiano: Canale
Milza (M)
BP1 - SP1 - Yin
Paku - Yin Bai, Yin
Pai - M1
BP2 - SP2 - Dai To - Da Du, Ta Tu - M2
BP3 - SP3 - Tai Haku - Tai Bai, Tai Pai - M3
BP4 - SP4 - K Son - Gong Sun, Kung Sun - M4
BP5 - SP5 - Sh Ky - Shang Qui, Shang Chiu - M5
BP6 - SP6 - San Yin K - San Yin Jiao, San Yin Chiao
- M6
BP7 - SP7 - Lou Koku - Lou Gu, Lou Ku - M7
BP8 - SP8 - Chi Ki - Di Ji, Ti Chi - M8
BP9 - SP9 - Yin Ry Sen - Yin Ling Quan, Yin Ling
Chuan - M9
BP10 - SP10 - Kek Kai - Xue Hai, Hsue Hai - M10
BP11 - SP11 - Ki Mon - Ji Men, Chi Men - M11
BP12 - SP12 - Sh Mon - Chong Men - M12
BP13 - SP13 - Fu Sha - Fu She - M13
BP14 - SP14 - Fuk Ketsu - Fu Jie, Fu Chieh - M14
BP15 - SP15 - Dai - Da Heng, Ta Heng - M15
BP16 - SP16 - Fuku Ai - Fu Ai - M16
BP17 - SP17 - Shoku Toku - Shi Dou, Shi HTon - M17
BP18 - SP18 - Ten Kei - Tian Xi, Tien Hsi - M18
BP19 - SP19 - Ky Ky - Xiong Xiang, Hsiung Hsiang
- M19
BP20 - SP20 - Sh Ei - Zhou Rong, Chou Yung - M20
BP21 - SP21 - Dai H - Da Bao, Ta Pao - M21
Meridiano: IV.
Total de Pontos: 21.
Horrio Pico: 05:00h ~ 07:00h.
Fluxo: Ps -> Tronco
1. Trajeto externo:
Inicia-se no ngulo ungueal medial do hlux, segue
pela margem medial do p at o malolo medial.
Segue pela face medial da perna, do joelho e coxa
at a extremidade lateral da prega inguinal. Passa
para o Ren Mai, segue pela parede ntero-lateral do
abdome at o trax.
2. Trajeto interno:
Do Ren Mai na regio do trax, penetra no
Bao-Pncreas, Estmago, atravessa o diafragma
indo para o Corao onde se une com o meridiano
do Pericrdio.
Outro ramo vai para a parede ntero-lateral do trax
at o 2 espao intercostal se dirigindo faringe e
base da lngua.
3. Meridianos Secundrios:
Meridiano Tendinomuscular emerge da extremidade
do hlux, no ponto Ting, BP1.
Meridiano Luo Longitudinal e Transversal:
originam-se do ponto Luo situado no ponto BP4.
Grande Luo do Bao-Pncreas se origina do ponto
BP21.
Sintomas do meridiano: sensao de peso no corpo
ou na cabea, fadiga dos membros superiores e
inferiores, edema dos msculos.
Sintomas de alteraes energticas: dor abdominal,
distenso ou sensao de plenitude abdominal,
diarria, digesto incompleta, borborigmos, vmitos,
anorexia, ictercia, constipao intestinal, astenia.
utilizado para tratamento de: afeces do tubo
digestivo, do Xue (Sangue) e sistema reprodutor
feminino.
Pontos
BP1 SP1 Yin Paku Yin Bai ou Yin Pai M1
Hidden White.
Jing Well Point on the Spleen Channel. Wood Point
on Earth Meridian.
Location: (1) On the medial great toe, .01 cun from
the corner of the nail bed. (2) About 2 mm. behind
the medial base of the 1st toenail.
> Stops Bleeding, Regulates the Spleen, Unbinds the
Chest, Calms the Heart, Calms the Spirit, Revises
Consciousness.
> Abdominal Distention Diarrhea Dream Disturbed
Sleep Fever Hematuria Menorrhagia Mental
Disorders Nosebleed Seizures Stool with Blood
Uterine Bleeding Abnormal
BP2 SP2 Dai To Da Du ou Ta Tu M2 Great
Metropolis.
Ying Spring Point on the Spleen Channel. Fire Point
on Earth Meridian.
Location: (1) On the great toe, in the depression
distal to the metatarsophalangeal joint, at dorsal -
plantar junction. (2) On the medial anterior ridge of
the base of the 1st proximal phalanx.
> Regulates the Spleen, Drains Damp, Regulates the
Middle Burner, Clears Heat, Resolves Damp Heat.
> Abdominal Distention Abdominal Pain
Constipation Diarrhea Edema Lower Body Fever
Fever without Sweating Indigestion Stomach
Pain Vomiting
BP3 SP3 Tai Haku Tai Bai ou Tai Pai M3
Supreme White.
Shu Stream Point on the Spleen Channel. Yuan
Source Point on the Spleen Channel. Earth Point on
Earth Meridian.
Location: (1) On the medial foot, in the depression
proximal to the rst metatarsophalangeal joint, at
the dorsal - plantar junction. (2) On the medial
posterior ridge of the head of the 1st metatarsal
bone.
> Regulates the Spleen, Regulates the Spleen and
Stomach, Regulates Qi, Resolves Damp Heat, Drains
Damp.
> Abdominal Distention Body Heaviness
Borborygmus Constipation Diarrhea Edema
Gastrointestinal Disorders Acute Headache
Hemorrhoids Intestinal Disorders Stomach Pain
Vomiting
BP4 SP4 K Son Gong Sun ou Kung Sun M4
Yellow Emperor.
Luo Connecting Point on the Spleen Channel ST42.
Conuent point of the Penetrating Vessel.
Location: (1) On the medial foot, in the depression
distal to the base of the rst metatarsal bone. (2)
About 2 cm posterior to SP3.
> Regulates the Spleen, Regulates Qi, Calms the
Spirit, Benets the Heart, Regulates the Penetrating
Vessel, Regulates the Middle Burner, Drains Damp,
Unbinds the Chest.
> Abdominal Distention Abdominal Pain
Borborygmus Diarrhea Digestive Disturbances
Endometriosis Intestinal Disorders Jaundice
Menses Irregular Mental Disorders Stomach Pain
Vomiting
BP5 SP5 Sh Ky Shang Qui ou Shang Chiu M5
Shang Hill.
Jing River Point on the Spleen Channel. Metal Point
on Earth Meridian.
Location: (1) On the medial foot, in the depression
midway between the navicular bone and the vertex
of the medial malleolus. (2) On the anterior inferior
ridge of the medial condyle.
> Regulates the Spleen, Benets the Tendons and
Bones, Calms the Spirit, Drains Damp.
> Abdominal Distention Abdominal Pain Ankle
Conditions Appetite Excessive Borborygmus
Breast Pain Constipation Diarrhea Foot Pain
Gastrointestinal Disorders Hemorrhoids
Indigestion Jaundice
BP6 SP6 San Yin K San Yin Jiao ou San Yin
Chiao M6 Three Yin Intersection.
Meeting Point on the Spleen Channel with the Liver
and Kidney Channels.
Location: (1) On the medial leg, 3 cun superior to
the medial malleolus, on the posterior border of the
tibia. (2) Halfway between SP7 and the vertex of the
medial condyle.
Contraindication: Do Not Needle If Pregnancy is
known or suspected.
> Regulates the Spleen and Stomach, Drains Damp,
Regulates the Liver, Regulates Menstruation,
Regulates the Lower Burner, Regulates Urination,
Calms the Spirit, Invigorates Blood, Activates the
Channel, Benets the Genitals, Alleviates Pain,
Tonies the Kidneys, Induces Labor.
> Abdominal Distention Abdominal Pain
Amenorrhea Borborygmus Diarrhea Digestive
Disturbances Dizziness Dysmenorrhea Dysuria
Eczema Edema Failure to Discharge Placenta
Genital Pain Hemiplegia Hernia Hypertension
Impotence Infertility Insomnia Labor Dicult
Leg Muscle Atrophy Leg Pain Leg Paralysis
Leukorrhea Menses Irregular Neurasthenia
Nocturnal Emissions Reproductive System
Disorders Urinary Dysfunction Urinary
Incontinence Urticaria Uterine Bleeding Abnormal
Uterine Prolapse Vertigo
BP7 SP7 Lou Koku Lou Gu ou Lou Ku M7
Leaking Valley.
Location: (1) On the medial leg, 6 cun superior to
the medial malleolus, posterior to the medial margin
of the tibia. (2) About 1 cm inferior to the halfway
point between SP9 and the vertex of the medial
condyle.
> Regulates Urination, Regulates the Spleen,
Reduces Swelling.
> Abdominal Distention and Fullness Borborygmus
Dicult Urination Flatulence Knee Pain Leg
Numbness and Pain
BP8 SP8 Chi Ki Di Ji ou Ti Chi M8 Earth's
Crux.
Xi Cleft Point on the Spleen Channel.
Location: (1) On the medial leg, 3 cun inferior to the
medial condyle of the tibia on the line connecting
the medial malleolus at the ankle and SP 9 at the
lower border of the medial condyle of the tibia. (2)
About of the way from SP9 to the vertex of the
medial condyle.
> Regulates Menstruation, Regulates the Spleen,
Moderates Acute Conditions, Drains Damp,
Invigorates Blood.
> Abdominal Distention Digestive Disturbances
Dysenteric Disorder Dysmenorrhea Edema
Lumbar Pain Menses Irregular Menstrual
Disorders No Appetite Seminal Emissions
Urogenital Disorders
BP9 SP9 Yin Ry Sen Yin Ling Quan ou Yin Ling
Chuan M9 Yin Mound Spring.
He Sea Point on the Spleen Channel. Water Point on
Earth Meridian.
Location: (1) On the medial leg, on the inferior
border of the medial condyle of the tibia, in the
depression between the posterior border of the tibia
and gastrocnemius muscle. (2) On the medial
inferior ridge of the medial condyle of the tibia.
> Regulates the Spleen, Opens and Regulates the
Water Passages, Regulates the Lower Burner, Drains
Damp.
> Abdominal Distention Abdominal Pain Ascites
Beriberi Diarrhea Diarrhea with Undigested Food
Dysuria Edema Edema Lower Body Genital Pain
Intestinal Disorders Jaundice Knee Disorders
Leg Pain Lumbar Pain Menses Irregular
Nephritis Nocturnal Emissions Urinary
Dysfunction Urinary Incontinence Urinary Tract
Infection Urine Retention
BP10 SP10 Kek Kai Xue Hai ou Hsue Hai M10
Sea of Blood.
Location: (1) On the medial thigh, with the knee in
exion, 2 cun superior to the superomedial angle of
the patella, on vastus medialis muscle. (2) About 5
cm superior to the medial superior ridge of the
patella.
> Invigorates Blood, Cools Blood, Regulates
Menstruation, Benets the Skin, Dispels Stasis.
> Amenorrhea Dysmenorrhea Eczema Menses
Irregular Skin Disorders Thigh Medial Pain
Urinary Dysfunction Urticaria Uterine Bleeding
Abnormal
BP11 SP11 Ki Mon Ji Men ou Chi Men M11
Winnower Gate.
Location: (1) On the medial thigh, 6 cun superior to
SP 10, on the line connecting SP 10 above the
superomedial angle of the patella and SP 12, 3.5 cun
lateral to the upper border of pubic symphysis. (2)
About 1/3 of the way from the medial superior ridge
of the patella to SP12.
> Regulates Urination, Drains Damp, Clears Heat
> Anuria Dysuria Enuresis Inguinal Region Pain
and Swelling Retention of Urine
BP12 SP12 Sh Mon Chong Men M12
Surging Gate.
Location: (1) In the inguinal region, on the lateral
side of the femoral artery, 3.5 cun lateral to the
anterior midline. (2) On the 4th anterior line
(mammary line) at the level of the superior ridge of
the pubic tubercle.
Avoid the Femoral Artery!
> Invigorates Blood, Drains Damp, Clears Heat,
Regulates Urination, Regulates Qi, Alleviates Pain.
> Abdominal Masses Abdominal Pain Edema
Gynecological Disorders Hernia Pain Hip
Movement Inhibited Retention of Urine
BP13 SP13 Fu Sha Fu She M13 Bowel Abode.
Meeting Point on the Spleen Channel with the Liver
Channel and Yin Linking Vessel.
Location: (1) On the lower abdomen, 4 cun lateral to
the anterior midline, at the level of CV 3, 1 cun
above the superior border of the pubic symphysis.
(2) On the 4th anterior line (mammary line) 2 cm
superior to SP12
> Regulates Qi, Alleviates Pain
> Abdominal Masses Abdominal Pain or Swelling
Constipation Hernia Ovarian Pain
BP14 SP14 Fuk Ketsu Fu Jie ou Fu Chieh M14
Abdominal Bind.
Location: (1) On the lower abdomen, 4 cun lateral to
the anterior midline and 1 cun below the umbilicus
at the level of CV 7. (2) On the 4th anterior line
(mammary line) 3cm inferior to SP15.
> Regulates the Lower Burner, Regulates Qi, Lowers
Rebellion.
> Abdominal Pain Diarrhea Hernia Periumbilical
Pain
BP15 SP15 Dai Da Heng ou Ta Heng M15
Great Horizontal.
Meeting Point on the Spleen Channel with the Yin
Linking Vessel.
Location: (1) On the abdomen, at the level of the
umbilicus, 4 cun lateral to the anterior midline. (2)
On the 4th anterior line (mammary line) at the level
of CV8 (Conception Vessel Meridian 8, Shin Ketsu,
Shen Chueh At the center of the navel).
> Moves Qi, Regulates the Intestines
> Abdominal Cold Pain Abdominal Distention
Abdominal Pain Constipation Diarrhea Intestinal
Disorders
BP16 SP16 Fuku Ai Fu Ai M16 Abdominal
Lament.
Meeting Point on the Spleen Channel with the Yin
Linking Vessel.
Location: (1) On the upper abdomen, 4 cun lateral to
the anterior midline, 3 cun above the umbilicus at
the level of CV11. (2) On the 4th anterior line
(mammary line) on the inferior ridge of the costal
arch.
> Regulates the Intestines, Clears Heat, Drains
Damp, Regulates the Stomach.
> Abdominal Pain Blood and Pus in Stools
Constipation Dysenteric Disorder Periumbilical
Pain
BP17 SP17 Shoku Toku Shi Dou ou Shi Hton
M17 Food Hole.
Location: (1) On the lateral chest, in the fth
intercostal space, 6 cun lateral to anterior midline.
(2) On the 5th anterior line at the level of ST18
(Stomach Meridian 18, Ny Kon, Ju Ken, On the 4th
anterior line (mammary line) in the 5th intercostal).
> Dissipates Accumulation of Food and Fluid,
Promotes Digestion.
> Ascites Borborygmus Chest and Lateral Costal
Region Fullness Diaphragm Pain
BP18 SP18 Ten Kei Tian Xi ou Tien Hsi M18
Celestial Ravine.
Location: (1) On the lateral chest, in the fourth
intercostal space, 6 cun lateral to the anterior
midline, at the level of CV17. (2) On the 5th anterior
line at the level of ST17 (Stomach Meridian 17, Ny
Ch, Ju Chung, At the center of the nipple).
> Regulates and Descends Qi, Benets the Breasts,
Promotes Lactation.
> Chest Fullness and Pain Dyspnea Hiccough
Insucient Lactation Mastitis
BP19 SP19 Ky Ky Xiong Xiang ou Hsiung
Hsiang M19 Chest Village.
Location: (1) On the lateral chest, in the third
intercostal space, 6 cun lateral to the anterior
midline. (2) On the 5th anterior line at the level of
ST16 (Stomach Meridian 16, Y S, Ying Chuang, On
the 4th anterior line (mammary line) in the 3rd
intercostal).
> Regulates and Descends Qi, Unbinds the Chest.
> Chest and Lateral Costal Region Fullness Cough
Inability to turn over when Lying Down Shortness
of Breath
BP20 SP20 Sh Ei Zhou Rong ou Chou Yung
M20 All Round Flourishing.
Location: (1) On the lateral chest, in the second
intercostal space, 6 cun lateral to the anterior
midline. (2) On the 5th anterior line at the level of
ST15 (Stomach Meridian 15, Oku Ei, Wu Yi, On the
4th anterior line (mammary line) in the 2nd
intercostal).
> Regulates and Descends Qi
> Chest and Lateral Costal Region Fullness Cough
with Copious Phlegm Dysphagia Thirst Excessive
Thoracic Distention
BP21 SP21 Dai H Da Bao ou Ta Pao M21
Great Embracement.
Great Luo Connecting Point on the Spleen Channel.
Location: (1) On the lateral chest wall, on the
midaxillary line, 6 cun inferior to the anterior axillary
crease. (2) On the axillary line halfway between HT1
(Heart Meridian 1, Kyoku Sen, Chi Chuan, At the
center of the axilla) and LV13 (Liver Meridian 13,
Sh Mon, Chang Men, At the tip of the 11th costal
bone).
> Regulates Qi and Blood, Unbinds the Chest,
Benets the Lateral Costal Region, Benets the
Tendons and Bones.
> Asthma Chest and Lateral Costal Region Pain
Cough Dyspnea Flaccidity of the Hundred Joints
Lateral Costal Region Distention and Fullness Limb
Weakness
Meridians corresponding Organs and their
Symptoms:
Holistic Treatment without side-eects:
http://www.sri.new-planet.net/Meridian_System.php
Sites de acupuntura:
AMBA-Associao Mdica Brasileira de
Acupuntura:
http://www.amba.org.br/
IBMTC-Instituto Brasileiro de Medicina Tradicional
Chinesa:
http://www.abarj.com.br/
ABA-Associao Brasileira de Acupuntura:
http://www.portaldaacupuntura.com.br/
ABACO/CBA-Colgio Brasileiro de Acupuntura:
http://www.abacocba.org.br/
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