Meridian of the large intestine, or Yang-ming (bright yang), is characterized as a yang meridian and belongs to the metal element. It gets energy from the meridian of the lungs, which also belongs to the category yang, but is described as yin meridians. It transfers energy to the stomach meridian, which by nature - and Yang refers to the earth element. This meridian, as well as the previous two, has a stroke in the centripetal direction. His starting point is located on the outer side of the upper phalanx of the index finger, around the corner of the nail bed. Hence, it runs along the outside, the ventral side of the arm to the clavicle. He touches the upper cervical vertebrae, and turns them back to the clavicle, but closer to the sternum. It then passes through the lower jaw of the mouth and to the opposite corner of the nasolabial fold, where it ends. On the meridian of 20 points (a total of - 40, counting both sides). Significant changes in the meridian mainly reflects the large bowel disease, but also point to secondary diseases affecting the teeth and gums, asthmatic complaints, and various skin diseases.