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Jueyin Liver Meridian of Foot

General

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Jueyin Liver Meridian of Foot is one of the Twelve Standard Meridians. It is correspond with Shaoyang Gall Bladder Meridian of Foot. The Flow Hours of this meridians is 1:00AM - 3:00AM.

Acupoints

Jueyin Liver Meridian of Foot contents 14 acupoints in one side, that is 28 acupoints in total.

Flowing Route

Jueyin liver meridian of foot starts from the dorsal hairy region of the great toe where it goes upwards along the dorsum to Zhongfeng (LR4), 1 cun in front of the medial malleolus From there, it continuously ascends along the anterior border of the medial aspect of the tibia to an area 8 cun above the medial malleolus, where it runs across and behind taiyin spleen meridian of foot. Passing through the medial side of the knee, it runs along the medial aspect of the thigh into the pubic hair region where it curves around the external genitalia and goes up to the lower abdomen. Ascending through Zhangmen (LR13) and Qimen (LR14), it enters the abdomen and runs alongside the stomach to pertain to the liver and link with the gallbladder. Then it ascends through the diaphragm and distributes in the costal and the hypochondriac region. Ascending along the posterior aspect of the throat to the nasopharynx, it connects with the eye system and emerges from the forehead where it goes up to the vertex (Baihui, GV20) to connect with the governor vessel.

One branch from the eye system descends inside the cheek and curves around the inner surface of the lips.

Another branch starting from the liver ascends through the diaphragm and enters into the lung, where it connects with taiyin lung meridian of hand.

Jueyin Liver Meridian of Foot
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