Kong Zi Institute

Traditional Medicine

Diagram of the Hand

To diagnose a patient, the doctor must first touch the Second metacarpal bone. The patient’s overall health and physical condition can be evaluated by analyzing this bone, which provides different results than performing face, tongue or ear diagnosis, or one involving the palmar creases. Diagram of left metacarpal bones Diagram of right metacarpal bones From the base of the index finger to the wrist there is a bone: the second metacarpal bone.

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Diagram Of The Ear

If the brain can be compared to the processor of a computer, then the auricular point is like the keyboard. Once you input certain key words, you can control the computer swiftly and easily. According to clinical experience, the curative effect press on the auricular point will produce the best results when followed by a pedicure; follow this up with a hand cure and finish with the body acupuncture point press. Diagram of the Ear(Click to view the

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Chart of Meridians of Human Body

The meridians of the human body are the essence of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and play a critical role in the theoretical system of ancient medicinal craft. It has been widely used in clinical diagnosis, therapy and ways of explaining the human body’s physiology and pathology. Therefore, one must familiarize himself or herself with these mysterious meridians before actively working with TCM. The meridians include main channels and collaterals.

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Palm Point Map

Like our feet, our hands are full of meridians and acupuncture points closely connected with human organs. When certain parts of our body don’t work well or begin to hurt, it will be reflected from the corresponding part of our palm. It is extremely beneficial that our palm acts like a mirror through which you can look at any time. Looking at this biological mirror to view changes in spirit, color and form can help you get an inside peek at the

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Map Of Du Channel

The Du Channel starts from the uterus in the underbelly and ends at the perineum. The channel travels backwards through the body to the long, strong acupuncture point located from the middle of the lumbar waist to the sacrum, and then goes upward along the spine to the wind mansion acupuncture point behind the neck before entering the brain. Along the middle line of the back of the head, it again goes up to the Baihui point at the vertex and then

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Map of Foot Reflective Zones

Metabolism allows humans to rid their bodies of waste and toxins. The lymphoid system, intestines, and skins are all essential to detoxifying the organs of the body. Observing or feeling failures or weaknesses in these organs is difficult, if not impossible without special equipment. But due to the special structure of human body, every organ has nerves that stretch and connect to the feet, with the nerve ends gathered to form the reflective zones.

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Chart of Acupuncture Points on Human Head

The general belief with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is that the head is the focal point of the Yang. A comforting head massage can cause the ren and du meridians to align with qi-rich blood, providing a refreshing experience for the mind and a boost to the body. Head massages can also stimulate blood circulation, increase the blood supply to the brain and rouse the nervous system. Washing and combing your hair provides an excellent opportunity

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