Gallbladder Meridian

Location: The meridian begins at the corner of the eye, down the jaw and up through the hair, crosses through them in a zigzag fashion, goes under the armpit and ends at the lower front ribs. From there it crosses over the pelvis to the hip joint,, through the knee lower leg, foot and ends near the nail of the fourth toe.

Blockages in the meridian are linked to:

  • headaches,
  • muscle pain
  • stones and pain in the gall bladder
  • rib and chest congestion
  • hip joint stiffness
  • digestive problems (poor metabolism of fats, gas)
  • leg and ankle pain