Points of the cymba concha

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48. Duodenum: This point is for problems of the duodenum, such as a duodenal ulcer. The Duodenum point stimulates the absorptive aspects of digestion.

49. Small Intestine: This point can be used to treat problems of the Small Intestine, such as digestive disturbances, particularly food absorption problems. Small Intestine point aids in the separation of the “pure from the impure.” Small Intestine point can be used for treating urinary tract infections due to “Heat in the Heart shifting to the Small Intestine” because the Heart is the coupled organ of the Small Intestine. For the same reason, Small Intestine point can also treat palpitations.

50. Large Intestine: The Large Intestine point can regulate the Large Intestine and help with problems such as water absorption, loose stools, diarrhea and/or constipation, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome, and ulcerative colitis.

51. Appendix: This point is useful in treating inflammation of the vermiform appendix as in acute simple appendicitis.

52. Bladder: The Bladder point is for treating problems, such as frequency of urination, dribbling urination, urinary incontinence, urinary urgency, difficult urination, painful urination, enuresis, retention of urine, stones, bladder infections, cloudy urination, and other urinary problems.

53. Kidney: The Kidney point can be utilized to treat a vast array of disorders that are considered Kidney diseases in Oriental medicine.

Such disorders include problems connected with Bladder function, with the foundation Yin and Yang, and growth, maturation, and development. The Kidney point is an important point in respiratory disorders because in Oriental medicine the Kidney grasps the Qi of the Lungs. This point treats immune disorders, builds Blood, and regulates body warmth. It can be used for kidney stones, nephritis, lumbago, tinnitus, and other Kidney problems.

54. Ureters: This point treats stones (also called kidney stones) that have collected in the ureters, and assists in the elimination of urine.

55. Pancreas/Gallbladder: This point assists in sugar/insulin regulation and promotes proper bile flow. It participates in the breakdown of fats and helps the Liver in its Yang functions. It treats cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, pancreatitis, diseases of the bile duct, gallstones, diabetes, and other problems of the Gallbladder and Pancreas. Dr. James Yin Tau So claims that the Pancreas point is found in the left ear and the Gallbladder point in the right.”4 Sometimes the Pancreas point is called the Diabetes point. I treat both the pancreas and the gallbladder equally through each ear.


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