Stomach 44 (ST 44)
Pinyin Name & English Translation
Neiting, Inner Courtyard
Proximal to the web margin between the second and third toes, in the depression distal and lateral to the second metatarsodigital joint.
Toothache, pain in the face, deviation of the mouth, sore throat, epistaxis, gastric pain, acid regurgitation, abdominal distension, diarrhea, dysentery, constipation, swelling and pain of the dorsum of the foot, febrile diseases.
Clears heat, eliminates fullness, regulates Qi, stops pain, promotes digestion, eliminates wind from face.
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