Small Intestine Meridian

Location: meridian begins on the little finger side, goes up the outer edge of the hand, forearm and elbow, and behind the arm, wrist to shoulder, across the shoulder blade. From there it crosses the upper trapezius and goes behind the neck on the cheek, ending in the ear.

Blockages in the meridian are linked to:

  • ear problems, tinnitus
  • temporomandibular joint pain
  • digestive difficulties (problems absorbing nutrients, Crohn’s disease, diarrhea)
  • abdominal pain and bloating