Stomach Syndromes and Chinese Nutrition

Stomach qi vacuity (wei qi xu)

Stomach yin vacuity (wei yin xu)

Stomach qi vacuity with cold (wei qi xu han)

Food stagnation in the stomach

(shi zhi wei wan[guang])

Stomach heat (wei re)

Thermal Nature

Warm, neutral

Flavor

Sweet-warm, sweet-neutral

Cooking Method

Warming

See also "Spleen Qi Vacuity," page 69 and "Spleen Yang Vacuity," page 69.

See also "Spleen Qi Vacuity," page 69 and "Spleen Yang Vacuity," page 69.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine

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