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1. Click below on a body part. 2. Click right next on a point (in the magnification). Then to the right you find all informations about location, western
and eastern point of view (TCM), psychology, and general informations about a meridian etc. (1 cun = 1 thumb width, 5 fingerwidths = 3 cun)
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K4
 
big bell dazhong  
Position:
K5 is 1 cun below K3 - K4 is in between - a little closer to the Achilles tendon, (4 clock)
5-10 mm moxibustion possible

Western

TCM

Psychol.
Symptoms of lack of energy
Aversion to cold
Lethargy
Fatigue
Sweating and shivering
nerve weakness
back tension or pain
Loin tension or pain
Belly tension or pain
Heel tension or pain
Ankle tension or pain
Weak bladder
Urinary retention
Difficulty breathing
Heart problems
tension pain in abdomen
Air in the stomach
Asthma
Nausea
Exaggerated fears of appetite
Anxiety
Depression
Dry mouth
rheumatism
Select the body area by clicking on a body part (here: leg or body) and then click in the right enlarged image on a desired point.