On the cubital crease, on the radial side of the tendon m. biceps brachii.
When the palm is turned upward and slightly bent, this acupoint is located on the cubital surface of crease.
He-Sea point of the Lung Meridian.
Arm Pain • Asthma • Chest Discomfort • Cough • Coughing Blood • Dyspnea • Elbow Problems • Fever • Fever Tidal • Mastitis • Respiratory Disorders • Shoulder Pain • Thoracic Discomfort • Throat Soreness • Wheezing
Clears Lung Heat and descends Lung Qi, expels Lung phlegm, relaxes the sinews, frees the water passages.
He-Sea points are where the qi of the meridian collects and goes deep into the body. He-sea points are known to indicated treat rebellious qi and diarrhea.
Perpendicular insertion .8 - 2.0 cun. When treating acute abdominal pain with vomiting and diarrhea, prick the cephalic vein on LU 5 to bleed.