Tooth #28 – First Premolar Meridian Relationships

Sense Organ
maxillary sinus

Musculature
trunk

Joints
knee (anterior)
mandibular joint

Spinal Cord Segments
T11,12
L1

Vertebrae
T11,12
L1

Endocrine Glands
gonads

Organs (Yin)
pancreas
liver

Organs (Yang)
stomach (R)
pylorus

Element
metal

Meridian
stomach

Emotions (positive)
purpose
self-esteem
affection

Emotions (negative)
judgmental
low self-esteem
pushy
regret
inseurity

Other Relationships
Spleen, (pancreas), meteorism, vein marks on skin, connective tissue diseases, cell respiration, fermentation, enzymatics, liver-stomach-pancreas, dyspepsia & dysbiosis, mammary glands.

All 4ths have a key position similar to the 8th.

References
  • Empirical Relationships Between Teeth, Organs, Disease Chart compiled by Thomas Rau, M.D., Paracelsus Clinic, Lustmuhle, Switzerland
  • Feelings Buried Alive Never Die by Karol K. Truman shows relationships between organs and emotions.
  • Mouth Matter: Healthy Mouth Healthy Body by Carol Vander Stoep - Many dentists are questioning the traditional drill and fill approach. They know cavities and gum disease are the first and most obvious symptoms of a body in trouble. They can help you restore optimal health following the principles in these pages.
  • Tooth Truth by Frank J Jerome, DDS - Provides a detailed look at health issues that should be considered before dental work, with chapters covering organized dentistry, mercury, electrical charges caused by metal, crowns, root canals, implants, braces, flouridation, etc.
  • Whole-Body Dentistry by Mark A Breinder, DDS - Provides summaries of the various health issues connected to dentistry and discusses possible holistic solutions. Chapters include discussion on acupuncture, kinesiology, neural therapy, lasers, nutrition, hair analysis, homeopathy flower essences, etc. There is also a tooth chart showing the relationships between teeth and organs.
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