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Yang Ling Quan

English translation: Yang Mount Spring

International identity number: GB-34 or Gall Bladder 34

Location: Yang Ling Quan is located just below the knee on the lateral (little toe) side of the leg (see enclosed image).

To find it yourself, slide your finger up the outside of your leg until you hit a bony prominence. That’s the head of your fibula bone, and Yang Ling Quan is located just slightly in front of and below where the bone protrudes.

Functions:
Promotes the smooth flow of Liver Qi, Resolves Damp Heat, Removes obstructions from the channel, Relaxes the sinews, Subdues rebellious Qi,

Yang Ling Quan (GB-34) is one of Ma Dan Yang’s ‘Twelve Heavenly Star Points’, long considered the pre-eminent list of the most important acupuncture points.

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