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Acción de los puntos Shu del Dorso y Yuan en los procesos de oxidación y asimilación celular

Artur Morais, Marco Vieira, Cristina Bajanca, Teresa Charrua, Luís Gonçalves

Publication date: January–March 2018

Source: Revista Internacional de Acupuntura, Volume 12, Issue 1

Author(s): Artur Morais, Marco Vieira, Cristina Bajanca, Teresa Charrua, Luís Gonçalves

Resumen

La puntura combinada del punto Shu del dorso con el punto Yuan (técnica Shu del dorso-Yuan) tiene como objetivo terapéutico la regularización energético-sanguínea de un determinado Órgano-Zang, siendo puntos utilizados en el tratamiento etiológico de disfunciones orgánicas. Se sigue un ejercicio teórico en el cual los autores buscan establecer un puente entre la función energética de estos puntos y una posible acción a nivel celular, especialmente en los fenómenos de oxidación y asimilación celular. Si se trata de un ejercicio teórico, los autores esperan que pueda servir de base para una discusión más amplia, con la esperanza de poder contribuir a mejorar el conocimiento de los mecanismos de acción de la acupuntura a nivel celular.

Abstract

The combined puncture of the Back-Shu point with the Yuan point (Back-Shu –Yuan technique) has as a therapeutic objective the energy-blood regulation of a determined Zang-organ, being the points used in the aetiological treatment of organic dysfunctions. It follows a theoretical exercise in which the authors seek to establish a bridge between the energy function of these points and a possible action at the cellular level, especially in the phenomena of oxidation and cellular assimilation.

Although it is a theoretical exercise, the authors hope that it can serve as the basis for a broader discussion, with the hope of being able to contribute to improving knowledge of the mechanisms of action of Acupuncture at cellular level.

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