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 Luo points (crosslinking points)
 What are Luo-Points? What do they do?
Luo points are crosslinking points. They direct the energy into grid-like branching.
Usually they are in connection to a paired meridian.
Paired meridians are for example lung and colon and heart and small intestine, spleen and stomach or kidney and bladder.

In practice, one uses a Luo Point frequently when treating a Yuan-balancing point.
If someone has, for example, cold hands, a weak voice or respiratory symptoms, then one decides often
for lung yuan point LU9 to strengthen the lung energy. To enhance the effect further, one now uses
also the Luo point of the coupled meridian, namely the large intestine meridian, pont LI6.
A significantly stimulating effect occurs because from the Luo Point, additional energy is supplied.
(The Yuan-balancing points and the assigned Luo points are shown in the table below).

With the Luo Point you can compensate emptiness, resolve weakness, eliminate congestion.
The Luo Point is also particularly suitable for emotional blocks such as sadness, depression (LI6 and Lu9)
or anxiety (M40 and Sp3), etc. The energy flow is dynamised.

From the Luo Point outgoing reticulated branches are more superficial than the main meridians, so they are often visible.
But only if they are not in a state of emptiness. Then they can not be seen at all but disappeare completely.
Often, it is much otherwise perceive as a small net-like structure.
In the fullness of state they are jammed and then clearly visible in the small blood capillaries

What Luo points belong to what Yuan points and what meridian will each be strengthened?

  What Luo Point fits
at what Yuan point?
What meridian is strengthened?
  LI6 belongs to Lu9 Lung-Meridian is strengthened
  SI7 belongs to H7 Heart-Meridian is strengthened
  B58 belongs to K3 Kidney-Meridian is strengthened
  M40 belongs to Sp3 Spleen-Meridian is strengthened
  G37 belongs to LV3 Liver-Meridian is strengthened
  TW5 belongs to Pe7 Pericard -Meridian is strengthened
  Sp4 belongs to M42 Stomach-Meridian is strengthened
  LV5 belongs to G40 Gallbladder-Meridian is strengthened
  K4 belongs to B64 Bladder-Meridian is strengthened
  H5 belongs to SI4 SI-Meridian is strengthened
  Pe6 belongs to TW4 TW-Meridian is strengthened
  Lu7 belongs to LI4 LI-Meridian is strengthened
 Are Luo points also used alone?
Luo-points can also be used independent of yuan-points for diversion of overheating. For example, with swelling.
By rapid withdrawal of the needle on can make the point to bleed after it a bit.

Or you can use Luo points for tensed superficial muscles, or skin problems, interestingly often on the opposite side.
Left shoulder pain can therefore be treated with Lu7 at the right side.