Pressure Points - Gall Bladder

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GB 40: Qiuxu: (Mound of Ruins or Grave Mould) Or (Region Of The Eminence)
Location anterior and inferior to the lateral malleolus, in the depression on the lateral side of the tendon of extensor digitorm longus. At the origin of extensor digitorum brevis pedis. Side of the foot, forward of the ankle bone.
Struck really hard, this point can cause paralysis in the whole body, or in just the leg being struck. It is able to cause heart failure and knock out. Warning! Do not play around with this point just to show off as you could do irreparable damage to the energy system of the gall bladder and liver causing disease in later life.
 
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GB 41: Zulinqi or Foot Linqi (Near tears on the foot) or (Lying Down To Weep).
In the depression distal to the junction of the 4th & 5th metatarsal bones, on the lateral side of the tendon of extensor digiti minimi of the foot. About 2 inches back in a straight line from the little toe.
This point is a master point for the extra meridian called "Dai Mai or girdle meridian which runs around the waist. So a strike to this point will have an effect upon that meridian. One of the Dai Mais functions is to control the communication between "upper" and "lower". So a strike here, not only produces great local pain or a knock out, it also causes there to be no communication between the torso and legs. So great non co-ordination is the result. So you could use this point as a set up strike to a more deadly blow.
 
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GB 42: Diwuhui (Five Terrestrial Reunions) (Earth's Fifth Meeting)
0.5 cun anterior to GB 41, found in the space between the 4th & 5th metatarsal.
This point is much the same as for GB 41, except that it can cause disorientation when struck exactly on the point using perhaps the heel.
 
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GB 43: Xiaxi (Harmonious River)
0.5 cun behind the margin of the web of the 4th and 5th toes. On the crevice between the 4th and 5th toes.
This is a water and "Yong" (stream or spring point) point. So it could be used to affect many other points. It produces great heating in the head, like as if sunstroke has occurred. The person faints because of this. Local pain as well.
 
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GB 44: Foot Qiaoyin (Yin Cavity)
Lateral side of the tip of the 4th toe. 0.1 cun proximal to the corner of the nail.
This is a metal and cheng point. (Cheng. To complete, or extremity point, other names are jing point or well point.) It has a great affect upon the muscles and tendons, therefore, a strike here has great physical damage to these areas. It is a good strike should you be setting up a tendon or muscle strike later. Great local pain, as well as pain later in the leg. Can cause KO if struck hard enough. Extreme nausea through this points action upon the liver.
 

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