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Kidney Meridian

Updated: Thursday, Mar 26,2009, 6:08:04 PM
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The Chapter "Discussion on the Meridians" in Miraculous Pivot says: The Kidney Meridian starts from the inferior aspect of the small toe and runs obliquely towards the sole. It comes out from Rangu(KI2), runs behind the medial malleolus and enters the heel. Then it ascends along the medial side of the leg to the medial side of the popliteal fossa and goes further upward along the posterior medial aspect of the thigh towards the vertebral column, where it enters the kidney, its pertaining organ, and connects with the bladder.

 The straight portion of meridian re-emerges from the kidney. Ascending and passing through the liver and diaphragm, it enters the lung, runs along the throat and terminates at the root of the tongue.

 A branch springs from the lung, joins the heart, and runs into the chest.

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