ho pensato di proporre questo rapido abstrac, molto attuale (aprile 2015). Zhao jy et al spiegano l'importanza di FengFu già noto nelle antiche dinastie cinesi ed ad oggi molto usato per il suo ruolo specifico nei problemi di tensione cervicale, ma soprattutto come punto anti vento. Importante il suo ruolo quale fattore agopunto che inibisce l'entratadel patogeno esterno, quindi quale fortificazione della wei qi dell'individuo. Wei qi sotto il controllo del polmone proprio in questo periodo autunnale, anche se in realtà quasi concluso, in cui il polmone gioca un ruolo importantissimo.
Zhen Ci Yan Jiu. 2015 Apr;40(2):170-3.
[Clinical application regularity of Fengfu (GV 16) acupoint: research on ancient Chinese medical literature].
[Article in Chinese]
To sum up the application regularity of Fengfu (GV 16) acupoint in clinical practice through studying the ancient literature from the early stage of the Qin Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty.
Chinese ancient medical literature relevant to Fengfu (GV 16) was searched to establish a database containing information of clinical indications of GV 16, supplementary acupoints, relevant needling techniques, moxibustion methods, etc.
A total of 277 articles about Fengfu (GV 16) for 61 types of clinical disorders or diseases involving internal medicine, surgery, paediatrics, five sense organs, etc. were obtained from 2,200 ancient Chinese medical books. Fengfu (GV 16) alone was most frequently used for treatment of disorders caused by exogenous factors, such as common cold, neck pain, headache, epilepsy, mania, dizziness, throat dumb, leg-foot problems, etc. , with the auxiliary acupoint being Fengchi (GB 20). In addition, 147 articles relevant to needling and moxibustion stimulation of GV 16 (7 types of methods) were found.
Fengfu (GV 16) is mainly used for local problems in the human body, and also for problems occurred along the meridian trace, aiming at the pathogenesis. When employed, GV 16 is often stimulated by acupuncture needle.