Prick to bleed.
These points are effective in tonifying the Spleen so as to improve food digestion and stagnation, especially in children. Typical symptoms include constipation, abdominal pain, intestinal parasites, vomiting, diarrhoea, cough and asthma.
It also treats childhood nutritional impairment with symptoms such as emaciation, sallow complexion, impaired digestion, withered hair, exhaustion and enlarged abdomen.
The point should be pricked to bleed, or pricked and squeezed until a yellow-white liquid appears.