Tung’s Acupuncture: 33.01 其门 (Qi Men), 33.02 其角 (Qi Jiao), 33.03 其正 (Qi Zheng)
33-10 Master’s Tung’s Dao ma is indicated for hemorrhoids (pain & bleeding), constipation, irregular menstruation, vaginal discharge, dysmenorrhea, fibroids, frequent urination and cystitis.
33.01 (This gate/ Qi Men) is located on the large intestine meridian, 2 Cun proximal to the wrist, on the line connecting Li 5 and Li11.
The point’s name is “This gate” 【Qi Men 其门】. Why the word Gate? Which gate does it corresponds to? It is related to the anus and the vagina. These three points treat the whole lower Jiao.
33.02 “This angel” 【其角 Qi Jiao】 is located 2 Cun proximal to 33.01 (Qi Men).
33.03 “This upright” 【其正 Qi Zheng】 is located 2 Cun proximal to 33.02 (Qi Jiao). The name “upright” reflects the point’s location, continuing the straight line of the points on the large intestine channel.
All three points are needled together:
Needle: Subcutaneously, 1.5 Cun from the large intestine meridian towards the triple warmer meridian. The angle will be 15 degrees from the edge of the Radial bone, shallow under the skin. Pinch the skin to insert the needle towards the triple warmer channel.
Reaction area: Large intestine, bladder.