To needle Large Intestine 15 use an oblique 45-degree or perpendicular 90-degree insertion to maximum depth of 1 cun.

To needle Large Intestine 4 use an oblique 45-degree insertion to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun.

Hunger claws at your grumbling belly. It tugs at your intestines, which begin to writhe, aching to be fed. Being hungry generates a powerful, often unpleasant physical sensation that’s almost impossible to ignore. After you’ve reacted by gorging on your morning pancakes, you start to experience an opposing force, fullness,… Continue Reading How does your body know you’re full? – Hilary Coller

In short bowel syndrome, bowel is another word for the intestines. It’s a condition that occurs when either the small intestine and/or the large intestine become physically shorter when a portion is removed by surgery, or functionally shorter, when a portion is damaged in a way that makes it nonfunctional.… Continue Reading Short bowel syndrome – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

To needle Large Intestine 5 use an oblique 45-degree or perpendicular 90-degree insertion to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun.

To needle Large Intestine 20 use a transverse insertion in an upwards direction to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun.

To needle Small Intestine 4 use a perpendicular insertion to a maximum depth of 1/2 cun

I am Cindy. I will help you find Large Intestine 11 and Large Intestine 10. The first thing to notice is how my arm is being held. My thumb is facing up. If your palm is up or if your palm is down it messes things up. Make sure your… Continue Reading How to locate Large Intestine 11 and Large Intestine 10