lleri/ May 13, 2019/ 1.- Chinese Traditional Medicine , 1.1.- Qi Vacuum, 1.3.- Yang Vacuum, 1.4.- Jing Vacuum/ 0 comments

Sometimes, much more numerous than we expect, appear different ailments result from each other.

In this case let’s see the medical condition of kidney Yang vacuum with vacuum of spleen Qi


It will be what is called a joint syndrome, since its symptoms will manifest due to empty both these being:

  • Cold internal YIN
  • Accumulation of liquids.

Here is a brief description of what is known as one of the points (described as a concentration of power) “not clickable” because its very inner position (right between the two kidneys) and of greater importance and complication of trying, which is : Ming Men or “gate of destiny”.

For the Chinese this point is which makes the fate of a person being Heaven who teaches them, so many times to not be able to be needle, the individual becomes conformist and assumes that his way is already marked and there is no possibility to change it in any way.
The treatment continues to be a process that goes through daily meditation and for many years, but its revival to best is achieved by various methods all them based on the intention which is achieved with various techniques of Kundalini Yoga or Qi Gong.

And it is in the emotional part that lies much of the importance of this point or zone of energy, of which many masters placed behind the 7th vertebra or just the height of the navel next to the spine… But always between the kidneys, where Qi can be controlled, the energy created in the kidneys, more specifically in the adrenal capsules.

One of those parts of the kidney Qi is the Yin; the other the Yang and all the energy of the kidney is called JING.
The kidneys will never sin of having excess energy but of defect or emptiness being only possible energetic voids of kidney.

The YANG kidney (Ming-Men) is in charge of preserving:

-Essential heat-energy

It also organizes the distribution of fluids, controls bones, bone marrow and spinal cord.
Communicates with ears, perineum and anus.
It is in charge of consolidating and hardening.

 It is important to remember that the kidneys are the storage of essential energy (the early sky)
As the YANG kidney controls fire, the YIN kidney is responsible for water management in the body.

The kidney YANG vacuum is manifested with (description of only this syndrome and not combined with that of spleen):
– Sensationof cold by loss of the function of general overheating and especially of the extremities (knees and also back)
-Sexual asthenia by decay of sexual capacities
-Accumulation of fluids and an excess of cold internal YIN
-Conditions in the ears (tinnitus and deafness)
-Leg weakness
-Cold Members
-Clear and abundant urines
-Diarrheas especially at dawn and mornings
-Weak and fine deep pulse

Without YANG what is not produced is the transformation of fluids.

All this can be due to age, wear due to excess sexual activity or some cronificada ailment that affects renal functions such as the accumulation of poisons of animals used in certain anesthetics and that have not been eliminated by the kidneys Taking the patient to the Cachexia and later death especially if it is an elderly patient.

             The organ responsible for extracting nutrients and transporting food is the spleen. This being also who directs the transport of the blood through the organism.

It is also responsible for the production of QI of food and blood.

If there is a spleen-YANG vacuum, it will be produced by dietary disarrays for excess of uncooked food and high consumption of chemical drugs.


The characteristic of this syndrome are the slowness in digestion, early ageing, bone ailments, certain types of caries and piorreas.

We can determine that we have this void from the following symptoms:- -Bone pain accented with cold
-Aversion to cold
-Cold in lumbar area and knees
-Lower back pain (backache) only relieved with rest
-Some other pains in the back will be produced by vacuum of blood and improved with generalized exercise
-Pale and swollen tongue with white Burra
-Deep pulse, soft and slow
-Diarrhea in matinal stools
-Remains of undigested food in feces
-Malleolar Edema
-Cough, asthma or drowning with the effort
-Male and female sterility
-Sexual impotence
-Dizziness and pale face (the brain and marrow are not nourished well)
-Abdominal distention, hartazgo sensation
-Pasty and poorly formed stools
-Diarrhea in general
-Asthenia in the four members
-Slow Digestions
-Facial pallor or yellow and dull
-Slimming, lack of food
-Can appear liquid and abundant leucorreas
-Premature old age
-Easy sweating awake, no sweat at rest
-If there is sweating while you sleep, it manifests a vacuum of YIN


             In order to neutralize this ailment, it is necessary to focus on reheating the spleen and elevating the kidney YANG.

This will use phytotherapy with plants defined as “hot ” by their nature.
The hot sweet tones the spleen YANG.
An viscera associated with the spleen is the pancreas, which will stimulate its operation by providing a slightly bitter flavor in order to sedate thereby achieving its reactivation.
The syndrome is associated with an adrenal vacuum of great importance, a gonadal vacuum and a thyroid vacuum as a producer of energy so we have to get a synergy that stimulates all these glands, especially the adrenal glands, the whole axis Endocrine and to facilitate digestion in order to accelerate them, which regularized the pancreas, gastric juices and stomach in general.

The plants that compose it are:

  • Bitter chamomile: invigorates the spleen-pancreas and stomach meridians.
  • Cinnamon: It acts on the MING MEN.
  • Fennel: sweet, hot and warm. Disperses cold, soothes cold pain and stimulates estrogens.
  • Fenugreek: Soothes cold sores, warms the kidney and disperses the cold.
  • Fucus: Glandular and YANG-stimulating spleen.
  • Savory: tonify kidney and spleen YANG.
  • Fine: Tone the kidney YANG.
  • Basil: stimulates the YANG kidney.
  • Black Currant: Stimulates the YANG kidney and adrenals.


  • 20V – Bladder Channel
  •  23V – (23V till 20V)
  • 12RM – Ren Mai Channel
  •  6RM – Ren Mai Channel
  •  4RM – Ren Mai Channel
  •  4DM – Du Mai (Ming Men)
  • 36E – Estomach Channel
  • 3B – Spleen Channel
  • 7R – Ren Mai

The solution to be supplied is YAP2 with the following details:


Stimulating the digestive and pancreatic function and adrenal functions, producing general overheating of the organism and facilitating the general distribution of fluids.


Ajedrea  (Satureja  montana)
Albahaca (Ocimum  basilicum]
Fenogreco  (Trigonella  foenum-graecum]
Fucus [ Fucus vesiculosus]
Hinojo [ Foeniculum vulgare]
ManZanilla  amarga  [Anthemis  nobilis)
Pino  [Pinus sylvestris ]
Grosellero Negro ( Ribes nigrum
Canela [ Cinnamomum zeylanicum]

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