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Common acupuncture points for seizures
Your Singapore, the Tropical Garden City
 Action
  Acupoint
   Description
  Soothe Liver and
calm Liver Yang
   BL-18
 Back-shu association point for the liver
 BL-19
   Back-shu association point for the gallbladder
   LIV-3
 Shu-stream (earth) of the LIV channel; subdues Liver Yang
 TH-5
   Subdues Liver Yang
   Er-jian
  Clear Heat and subdues Yang; hemoacupuncture this point
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