Binding Depression of Liver Qi Gan Qi Yu

Western diagnosis:

Menstrual disorders, gynecological problems such as dysmenorrhea (painful menstrual cramps), disorders of the vegetative (autonomous) nervous system, premenstrual syndrome, depression.

Symptoms

Feeling of congestion and swelling in chest, bloating in epigastric region, gas, irritability, depression, frustrations, mood swings with sudden outbursts of feeling, impaired appetite, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), nausea, retching, stomach aches, diarrhea (restraining cycle, or xiang ke—liver excess attacks the stomach). Tongue: Vividly colored, curled at the edges Pulse: Tight

Therapy

Clear binding depression of liver qi pP • LR-3 • LR-14 • GB-34 • LR-13

Foods that burden the liver.

Beverages

Alcohol, coffee

Other

Drugs, food coloring, preservatives, heavily spiced foods, sugar

Recommended:

Only a few foods have a calming effect on the liver.

To stimulate qi flow

Flavor

Mild-acrid

Spices

Ginger, garlic, pepper (these spices should be used only in small amounts, otherwise they can damage the liver), marjoram

Vegetables

Kohlrabi, leeks, radish

Other

Alcohol, coriander, chili (careful, hot!)

as the combination LI-4 Union Valley (he gu) and LR-3 Supreme Surge (tai chong) are very useful in dissolving binding depression of liver qi.

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