Auricular Therapy – points in the helix

Other names for Point Zero
Middle Ear
Diaphragm
Point Zero – location
Transverse ridge of the helix continuing backward into the ear cavity
Point Zero – indications
Hiccups
Urticaria
Infantile enuresis
Jaundice
Hemoptysis
Rectum point – location
On helix, just anterior to supra tragic notch
Rectum point – indications
Constipation
Diarrhea
Prolapse of anus
Hemorrhoids
Tenesmus
Urethra point – location
On helix, at level of lower border of inferior anti helix crus
Urethra point – indications
Enuresis
Frequent/urgent/painful urination
Urine retention
External genitalia point – location
On helix, level w/upper border of inferior anti helix crus
External genitalia point – indications
Impotence
Inflammation of exterior genitalia
Eczema of perineum
Anus point – location
On helix, at level of upper border of inferior anti helix crus
Anus point – indications
Internal/external hemorrhoids
Ear apex point – location
At tip of auricle when folded toward tragus
Ear apex point – indications
Fever
Hypertension
Conjunctivitis
Hordeolum
Liver Yang point – location
At the Darwin’s tubercle
Liver Yang point – indications
Dizziness
Headache
Hypertension
Helix points 1-6 – locations
Regions from lower border of auricular tubercle (helix 1) to midpoint of lower border of lobule (helix 6) is divided into five equal parts.
Helix points – indications
Tonsillitis
URI
Fever
Hypertension
Helix 4 – indications
Clear heat
Sore throat
Diarrhea
Skin disorders
Fever

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