CV 8 Acupuncture Point(Shenque),Alias JiZhong, QiShe, QiHe,belongs to Ren Vessel,which is commonly used for dysentery, abdominal pain around the umbilical cord, prolapse of rectum, five types of stranguria, infertility due to blood deficiency, stroke, etc.No needling;
CV 8 Acupuncture Point Location
In the middle of the abdomen, in the center of the umbilicus.
What is the meaning of Shenque
Shenque:”Shen”,”Que”, memorial gateway,refers to gate. The name of “Shenque” refers to the umbilicus connects with the five internal organs, a gate of Qi,hence the name.
CV 8 Characteristics of Qi
The qi is the qi of the heaven.
CV 8 Operation Law
After cools down,Most of Qi descended from the heaven to the ground, and a small part travels upward through Ren Channel.
CV 8 Efficiency
Rescues Yang collapse, resuscitates, warms Yang, regulates the intestines.
CV 8 Acupuncture Point Usage
Dysentery, abdominal pain around the umbilical cord, prolapse of rectum, five types of stranguria, infertility due to blood deficiency, stroke, etc.
Clinical:Gastritis, enteritis, dysentery, urinary retention.
CV 8 Acupuncture Point Therapy
Rub your both palm until feeling heat and then overlap hand and place them on umbilicus,massage it in clockwise for 360 times each time.
It is best to massage it in 2 hours after a meal or before going to bed at night.
Avoid rubbing abdomen during menstruation and group with acute inflammation and skin lesions in the abdomen.
CV 8 Acupuncture Compatibility
Combined with Zusanli to regulate intestines and stomach to treat bowel and abdominal pain;
Combined with Changqiang,Qihai to prolapse;
Combined with Qihai and Yinlingquan to invigorate spleen,remove cold and dampness-evil and treat diarrhea;
Combined with Guan Yuan to noursh yin and rescues Yang;
Combined with Tianshu and Zusanli,to invigorate qi and spleen and stomach to treat diarrhea and vomiting;