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Important questions
  1. When to prefer K6 and when K7?
 
2. When to prefer CV4 and when CV6?
 
3. What is the difference in effect between K3 and K6?
 
4. For what LG4 is often used?
 
5. What is the significance of the G39 in relation to kidney function?
 
6. What is the significance of K6 and Lu7?
 
7. Can occur at the same time freezing, a pale tongue and night sweats?
 
8. Where are the points located?
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1. When to prefer K6 and when K7?
K6 strengthens yin in case of yin deficiency or excess, K7 strengthens more the yang in case of yang deficiency

2. When to prefer CV4 and when CV6?
CV4 has a more nourishing effect, it is used especially around the abdomen, CV6 has a more regulatory function and affects the whole body

3. What is the difference in effect between K3 and K6?
K3 is the yuan-balancing point, regulates the meridian line, K6 strengthens yin, moisturizes, nourishes body fluids

4. For what GV4 is often used?
LG4 is the master point of the fire-kidney, thus acts tonifying yang, moves fluids, blood, scatters wind, strengthens kidneys, strengthens liver

5 What is the significance of the G39 in relation to kidney function?
G39 is the master point for bone and marrow, strengthens essence, transforms phlegm,
canalizes moisture
The kidney supports bone marrow and blood, and thus formation of blood.

6. What is the significance of K6 and Lu7?
K6 together with Lu7 opens the Conception Vessel and strengthens the Yin, as well as SI3 with B62 opens the Governing Vessel and thus strengthens the yang

7. Can occur at the same time freezing, a pale tongue and night sweats?
Yes, it is a composite pattern: Kidney yang deficiency (pale tongue, cold) and kidney yin deficiency (night sweats)

8. Where are the points located?
For the final exercise, explain each syndrome, each corresponding point, tell why especially this point is used and where it is located, in each case!