Spatial Division of the Tongue

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  1. Dividing lines for the tongue map 
Dividing lines for the tongue map 

In the tongue map, the segments of the tongue are as follows:


BSM tongue diagnosis map. (1) Upper Jiao line, (2) Middle Jiao line, (3) Lower Jiao line, (4) Midline on the right, (5) Median line, (6) Midline on the left. (A) Tongue tip (Heart energy circulation), (B) Tiantu (CV22), (C) Shanzhong (CV17), (D) Juque (CV14), (E) Pancreas area, (F) Zhongwan (CV12), (G) Shenque (CV8), (H) Dantian (CV4), (I) Weiliu (between GV1 and GV2), (J) Lungs, (K) Right breast area, (L) left breast, (M, N) Liver and Gall Bladder, (O, Q) Kidney area, (P) Stomach, (R) Stomach function area, (S) Heart area.

(1) Three horizontal lines: Upper Jiao Line, Middle Jiao Line, and Lower Jiao Line. The tongue map looks like an upside down individual body. The tip of the tongue represents the Heart area. Above it represents the Upper Jiao, Middle Jiao, and Lower Jiao, respectively. The red line indicates the cycling pathway of the energy movement in the back space between the spine and viscera on The Revolution Circulation line.
(2) Three vertical lines: the central line, the left central line, and the right central line.
(3) The horizontal and vertical lines divide the tongue into sections easily identifiable, which represent different areas of the body.

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