Point Localization: On the lower border of the medial condyle of the tibia in the depression posterior and inferior to the medial condyle of the tibia.

TCM Actions: Regulates the Spleen. Resolve dampness. Opens the water way. Benefits the lower burner. Benefits urination.

Indications: Abdominal distension and pain. Poor appetite. Diarrhea. Edema. Swelling in the legs. Urinary difficulty. Enuresis. Painful urination. Legs Bi syndrome. Humidity in the lower burner. Prostate problems.

Target area: Knees.

Point Name and Meaning: Yinlingquan – Yin Mound Spring

Acupuncture Meridian: Spleen

Categories: He (sea). Water.

Unitary Channel: Tai Yin (Greater Yin) [LU+SP]

 

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*Acupuncture points may be used safely for acupressure, but should be used with needles only by acupuncturists or Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) professionals.