Bi Tang

Bitang is specific for sinus and nose issues and does not have a multitude of other uses. It is not on a regular acupuncture channel and is considered an "extra" point.

General Acupressure Directions-Video

Purchase the Sinus Acupressure Stick to activate acupressure point Bitang here!

Other Name(s) of Bitang:

  • EX-NH-14
  • Penetrating the Nose

Traditional Chinese Medicine Classifications of Acupressure Point of Acupressure Point Bitang

  • None

Location of Acupressure Point Bitang:

On the edge of the nose at the highest point of the naso-labial groove

Traditional Chinese Medicine Actions of Bitang:

Traditional Chinese Medicine Indications and Acupressure Point Combinations Using Bitang:


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