Jueyin Pericardium Meridian of Hand
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Jueyin Pericardium Meridian of Hand is one of the Twelve Standard Meridians. It is correspond with Shaoyang Sanjiao Meridian of Hand. The Flow Hours of this meridians is 7:00PM - 9:00PM.
Jueyin Pericardium Meridian of Hand contents 9acupoints in one side, that is 18 acupoints in total.
- PC1 / Tianchi / 天池
- PC2 / Tianquan / 天泉
- PC3 / Quze / 曲泽
- PC4 / Ximen / 郄门
- PC5 / Jianshi / 间使
- PC6 / Neiguan / 内关
- PC7 / Daling / 大陵
- PC8 / Laogong / 劳宫
- PC9 / Zhongchong / 中冲
Jueyin pericardium meridian of hand originates from the chest and pertains to the pericardium. Then it descends through the diaphragm and successively links with the upper, middle and lower energizer.
Its branch from the chest runs inside the chest, emerges from the costal region, and ascends to the subaxillary region from the point 3 cun below the axilla (Tianchi, PC1). Then it runs along the medial line of the upper arm to the cubital fossa and passes through the wrist, entering the palm (Laogong, PC8). Then along the radial side of the middle finger, it comes out at its radial tip (Zhongchong, PC9).
Another branch from the palm runs along the ulnar side of the ring finger to its tip (Guanchong, TE1) where it connects with the shaoyang triple energizer meridian of hand.