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Chinese Medicine Liver Health

 

The Liver is the most important organ in the body for storing Blood . Its function is mainly in the regulation of emotions and spirit, promoting digestion and absorption, and to maintain blood and body fluid running. It regulates "Qi", which is extremely important to both our physical and emotional health.

Western medicine - the physiological function of liver Metabolism: Protein metabolism, sugar metabolism, fat metabolism, vitamin metabolism, hormone metabolism, water and mineral metabolism.

It is important is that it is an energy supply organ. It functions of bile secretion and excretion, detoxification, defense mechanisms, making clotting factors, regulate blood circulation and regeneration

Chinese medicine - the physiological function of liver
The Liver is the most important organ in the body for storing Blood . Its function is mainly in the regulation of emotions and spirit, promoting digestion and absorption, and to maintain blood and body fluid running. It regulates "Qi", which is extremely important to both our physical and emotional health

Each organ in Chinese medicine is related to a specific emotion. The Liver is related to anger, especially repressed anger or frustration. When the Liver energy is stagnated or rebels upwards, a person is prone to depression or irritability. Ironically, this works both ways. Stress in our lives, leading to anger and frustration will be the biggest factor in causing a Liver imbalance. The liver is said to open to the eye. When the Liver is healthy, our eyes are moist and vision is good

Common liver disease

  • Viral Hepatitis
  • Fatty liver
  • Cirrhosis
  • Liver cancer




 

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