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Vagina Yeast and Bacterial Infections, Acupuncture Therapy

By: Joe Hing Kwok Chu

Body acupuncture

Mainly select the points on ren mai, dai mai and Spleen channel foot taiyin.


dai mai, bai huai shu (B 30), qi hai (Ren 6), san yin jiao (Sp 6).

Damp heat: use xie method; do not use moxibustion.

Cold and damp: use ping bu (mild tonic), ping xie (mild purging), and use more moxibustion.

If damp heat is high: add xing jian (Liv 2), yin ling quan (Sp 9).

If cold damp is high: add guan yuan (Ren 4), zu san li (S 36).


Ear acupuncture

prescription: zi gong, luan chao, nei fen mi, pang guang, shen.  Each time select 3 to 5 points leaving needles for 15 to 20 minutes.

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