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LU 1 Acupuncture Point

LU 1 Acupuncture Point

LU 1 Acupuncture Point is called as中府 zhōng fǔ . Zhong means Middle. Fu means Place. Zhong Refers to the Middle Jiao.

LU 1 Acupuncture Point
LU 1 Acupuncture Point zhōngfǔ 中府

LU1 Acupuncture Point Location

This point in the place where the Qi of the spleen and stomach in the Middle Jiao is gatheres into the Lung Meridian, 6 cun lateral to the midline, level with first intercostal space

On the lateral chest, inferior to the acromial end of the clavicle, 6 cun lateral to the Conception Vessel. Needle obliquely 0.5 – 0.8 cun.

LU1 Acupuncture Point Names

中府 zhōng fǔ

Lung 1 Central Treasury


Front Mu Point of the Lung that connects with Back Shu

Meeting Point on the Lung Channel with the Spleen Channel.


  1. Descends Lung Qi
  2. Stops cough and wheezing
  3. Descends Stomach Qi
  4. Clears Heat
  5. Transforms Phlegm
  6. Regulated water passages


  1. Cough with possible phlegm/blood/pus
  2. Wheezing
  3. Asthma
  4. Pain in the chest, shoulder, back
  5. Fullness in the chest
  6. Heat in chest
  7. Fever/Chills
  8. Sweating
  9. Throat Obstruction
  10. Nasal Congestion
  11. Face Edema – Swelling of the Face
  12. Nausea
  13. Vomiting
  14. Skin Pain
  15. Goiter


Respiratory Disorders


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