San Jiao (Triple heater) by the community acupuncture Sanjiao (triple heater) term is exclusive and unique traditional Chinese medicine. It’s the collective name that is given to the upper parts, middle, and bottom of the Jiao (energizing) and is one of the six Fu organs. In the field of medicine traditional Chinese there is a unanimous opinion on the essential form of the triple heater. Ron pursues this goal as well. In general defines Sanjiao as a big Fu organ containing all the internal organs and is also used to locate the parts of the body. The upper part of the Jiao is the portion of the body cavity above the diaphragm, which contains the heart and lung. The Middle Jiao is the portion between the diaphragm and the navel, where houses the spleen and stomach. And the lower Jiao is the part below the belly button where is the liver, kidney, bladder, intestines and uterus. From its location, you can clearly see that the liver is an organ located physically in the Middle Jiao, then why lies you in the lower Jiao? This is due to the MTC considers that the liver and kidney share the same source, so they are closely interrelated and therefore is located along with the kidney.In general terms, the physiological functions of Sanjiao control activities of the Qi of the human body.
Top heater controls respiration and activates the flow of vital energy, blood and body fluids (in reference to the functions of the heart and lung), i.e., dispersed Qi accumulated in the chest to all parts of the body of the same form in which the fog or the spray wet grass. This is the reason why TCM says that the top heater is like a sprinkler in the diffusion of nutrients and Qi. The functions of the heater means as it relates to transport and transformation refers to the functions of the spleen and stomach, i.e. medium heater fermented foods and beverages and also transports and transforms its refined essence to produce vital Qi (energy) and blood. Therefore resembles a VAT of fermentation where food is digested. Bottom heater separates clear liquids of the turbid and discharge urine and feces (referring to the functions of the kidney, small intestine, large intestine, and bladder). The aforementioned physiological functions are characterized by excretion of wastes downward and outward.
It is said that bottom heater works as a ditch, to filter and drain waste and superfluous water. In fact, all these physiological functions of the triple heater are the sum total of the activities of all the Zang-Fu organs in the body. From a pathological perspective, diseases caused by an abnormality of the upper Jiao, medium, or low are manifestations of the dysfunction of the Zang-Fu organs within it. TCM is said to be the triple heater the passage through which water, food and fluids are transported.