The Liver in Chinese medicine is one of the most important organs in the body, and one of the organs that is most prone to stagnation due to our stressful and unhealthy lifestyles. The Liver is considered to be the General of the body, and when it is healthy, it keeps all our other organs running like a well oiled machine. Its functions include:
Ensuring smooth flow of blood and energy to all the other organs,
Storing and filtering/detoxifying blood
Making bile for the digestion of dietary fats
Eliminating excess hormones such as estrogen from the blood
Maintaining healthy water and electrolyte balance in out body fluids.
Aiding in the repair of diseased or damaged tissue.
Eliminating waste from environmental and food toxins
Stress and the Liver
The Liver is particularly susceptible to stress, to emotional distress, and to long term exposure to toxicity.
A few of the key stress factors are listed below.
Fast paced lives
Food processing Chemicals
Pesticides, Herbicides, and Insecticides
Toxic Cleaning Compounds
Drugs and/or Alcohol
Though this miraculous organ can function normally even when it has lost up to 2/3 of its efficiency, and can rebuild itself even when 80% has been destroyed, there are many consequences to an unhealthy or stagnant Liver that most of us experience regularly.
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