The Gall Bladder Meridian

The Gall Bladder Meridian begins with two branches near the eyes.

One branch goes around the face and ears to the hips while the other branch moves across the cheeks and goes to the gall bladder where it meets the other branch.

They then join as they go down the legs to the tops of the feet where it meets the Liver Meridian. From here, it continues to the tips of the fourth toes.

Blockage in the Gall Bladder Meridian manifests itself as jaundice, nausea, or even a bad taste in the mouth.


The Energy Points (Acupoints)

The important energy points of the gall bladder meridian are as follows:

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