Tian: upper part Rong: abundance
Tianrong is on the head, where Qi of the meridian is abundant.
Chinese Name: 天容
English Name/Meaning: Heavenly Window
Pinyin: tiān róng
Han Geul 한글: cheon yong 천용
Romaji: ten yō?
Vietnamese: Thiên dung
In the depression between the angle of the mandible and the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.
- Removes Obstruction (evils) from channel. (Swelling in throat, phlegm in throat).
- Clears heat and disperses swelling.
- Descend Rebellious qi (Lung and Stomach).
Indications of tianrong:
- Ear Disorders: deafness, tinnitus, ear pain
- Throat disorders: goiter, scrofula, throat painful obstruction, obstruction of the throat.
- Descend Rebellious qi (Lung and Stomach): Chest fullness with difficulty breathing, wheezing, cough, chest pain, vomiting.
Directed towards the root of the tongue, anterior to the carotid vessels, 0.5 to 1 cun.
Window of heaven point.
If necessary, rotate the patient’s head back to its normal position before needle insertion.Prevent injury to Internal carotid artery, internal and external jugular veins.
Read about other points of Small Intestine Meridian:
SI1-Shaoze-少泽 SI2-Qiangu-前谷 SI3-Houxi-後溪 SI4-Wangu-腕骨 SI5-Yanggu-阳谷 SI6-Yanglao-养老 SI7-Zhizheng-支正 SI8-Xiaohai-小海 SI9-Jianzhen-肩贞 SI10-Naoshu-臑俞 SI11-Tianzhong-天宗 SI12-Bingfeng-秉風 SI13-Quyuan-曲垣 SI14-Jianwaishu-肩外俞 SI15-Jianzhongshu-肩中俞 SI16-Tianchuang-天窗 SI18-Quanliao-颧髎 SI19-Tinggong-听宫