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Chinese Medicine is not just a medical system developed over thousands of years, it teaches the art of living a healthy, balanced life. Important aspects of this lifestyle are living in harmony with the natural world, changing lifestyle habits according to the seasons, and striving for balance with our emotions, between work and play, as well as between physical, mental and spiritual activities.
Using food as medicine is a fundamental aspect of Chinese Medicine, and one of the easiest and most powerful ways in which we can get and stay healthy. Each organ in Chinese Medicine has certain cooking methods, times of the year and specific foods and herbs that help to strengthen it.
The Liver and Nutrition in Chinese Medicine
These sheets focus on how to benefit your Liver using the foods you eat. It includes sections on the Liver’s responsibilities in Chinese Medicine, its association to the Spring season, what cooking methods benefit the Liver as well as which foods and herbs, which are broken into categories, are strengthening to the Liver. It also lists some Liver cleansing herbs you can use for Liver stagnation. The sheet also explains what causes Liver disharmony as well as a comprehensive list of symptoms so you are able to recognize if your Liver is out of balance.
These sheets are one part of several about the Liver in Chinese Medicine – specifically about nutrition. There are many sheets dedicated to different aspects of each of the organs in Chinese Medicine. They are available individually or as a set.
This is a two page document, and is downloaded as a PDF.
**This purchase will allow you to download one copy, up to ten times for three months from the date of purchase, and it is for professional use. Any reproductions for sale or profit are strictly prohibited. All content is the property of Chinese Medicine Living LLC.**
**DISCLAIMER – These sheets presents information only and are intended to help relieve symptoms of common ailments, and are not a substitute for medical advice.**
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