The Large Intestine Luo channel pathway and its properties aren’t usually the first thing acupuncturists learn about, but still! … very useful when needed.
Note to readers! …
This page is a bit abstruse if you’re a beginner. It’s not that the words are any, or at least, much, more difficult than on other pages, but this is about a subject usually taught some way into acupuncture courses.
So some of the concepts need your familiarity with other ideas in Chinese medicine.
Actually, I did this page, and other luo-connecting channel pages, for me.
It means I can look up both the channel and its symptoms on my smartphone in case I forget them.
Wind: aversion to cold, with fever and sneezing. Cough. Sore throat. Jaw aches. Headache: alternatively numbness or paralysis of the face. Note: when Wind invades the Lung, Pianli often helps to clear acute oedema.
Damp: aversion to cold; diarrhoea, fever; full, heaviness in the abdomen; glands swollen in the abdomen