Therapy through the tasting

Publié le par flo.

Extracted the book "Chinese Medicine by the plants": small guide of the good being of Eve Rogans In MCT (Traditional Chinese Medicine), the taste of a plant determines its therapeutic function partly.

 

PRICKING: Disperse and moves Chi. Concerne mainly the lung

SWEETEN: Invigorate and harmonizes, sometimes humidifies. Relate to Spleen

LAND-MARK: Drain and dries, relates to mainly the heart

ACID: Prevents or opposite the abnormal flows of fluids and energy. Relate to the liver

DIRTY: Purge the intestines and softens. Relate to mainly the Kidneys

INSIPID: Absorb moisture and supports the micturition, which helps at the same time spleen and the kidneys.

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