Posted March 13th, 2014 by Suzy

Gall by community acupuncture gallbladder is physically attached to the liver which is external and internally related. Its main function is the store bile and excrete it continuously to the intestines to aid in digestion. When the function of the gallbladder is normal, your Qi descends. Since bile is a bitter, yellow fluid, a reversal upwards of gallbladder qi can lead to bitter taste in the mouth, vomiting, bitter liquid, and failures in the function of assisting the stomach and spleen in the digestive process, resulting in a bloating and loose stool. Since this function of the gallbladder is closely related to the liver function of maintaining the free flow of Qi, are said to the liver and the gallbladder together have the function of maintaining the free flow of Qi. Similarly, the direct relationship of the liver with emotional changes is shared by the gallbladder, and this has in account for the treatment of symptoms such as fear and palpitations, insomnia and disturbed sleep.While the gallbladder is one of the six bodies Fu, unlike the other five, the VB stores bile and does not receive neither water nor food. For this reason it is also classified as one of the extraordinary FU organs. Note: The physiology and pathology of the gallbladder described above, you can see that TCM gallbladder means basically the same way as in Western medicine, except that the gallbladder in the MTC also encompasses some of the functions of the nervous system. Original author and source of the article.

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