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THE SPLEEN – DAMPNESS

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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.

The Spleen is a very important organ in Chinese Medicine. A lot of people think of the Spleen the way it is seen in Western medicine, which is; as part of the immune system, responsible for the production of white blood cells (lymphocytes) as well as the removal of old red blood cells. The Spleen (a Yin organ) in Chinese Medicine is paired with the Stomach (a Yang organ), and both are the main organs of digestion for the body. The difference is that they not only digest food and drink, they are also responsible for processing stimulus and information – everything that comes into the body through our sense organs. This makes this pair of organs very important indeed.

This sheet gives information about
The Spleen in Chinese Medicine – Dampness

This sheet includes:

• A description of the concept of Dampness in Chinese Medicine and its connection to the Spleen
• A comprehensive list of the symptoms of Dampness in Chinese Medicine
• A description of external Dampness in Chinese Medicine and its symptoms
• A description of internal Dampness in Chinese Medicine and its symptoms
• Some key points on how to avoid Dampness and keep your Spleen strong, including Dampness causing foods in Chinese Medicine

This sheet is one of several about the Spleen in Chinese Medicine. 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 one 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 personal use only. Any reproductions for sale or profit are strictly prohibited. All content is the property of Chinese Medicine Living LLC.**

**DISCLAIMER – This sheet presents information only and is intended to help relieve symptoms of common ailments, and is not a substitute for medical advice.**

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ARE YOU A PRACTITIONER?
PLEASE SEE OUR PRO SHOP -> CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS SHEET FOR YOUR PRACTICE.

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.

The Spleen is a very important organ in Chinese Medicine. A lot of people think of the Spleen the way it is seen in Western medicine, which is; as part of the immune system, responsible for the production of white blood cells (lymphocytes) as well as the removal of old red blood cells. The Spleen (a Yin organ) in Chinese Medicine is paired with the Stomach (a Yang organ), and both are the main organs of digestion for the body. The difference is that they not only digest food and drink, they are also responsible for processing stimulus and information – everything that comes into the body through our sense organs. This makes this pair of organs very important indeed.

This sheet gives information about
The Spleen in Chinese Medicine – Dampness

This sheet includes:

• A description of the concept of Dampness in Chinese Medicine and its connection to the Spleen
• A comprehensive list of the symptoms of Dampness in Chinese Medicine
• A description of external Dampness in Chinese Medicine and its symptoms
• A description of internal Dampness in Chinese Medicine and its symptoms
• Some key points on how to avoid Dampness and keep your Spleen strong, including Dampness causing foods in Chinese Medicine

This sheet is one of several about the Spleen in Chinese Medicine. 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 one 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 personal use only. Any reproductions for sale or profit are strictly prohibited. All content is the property of Chinese Medicine Living LLC.**

**DISCLAIMER – This sheet presents information only and is intended to help relieve symptoms of common ailments, and is not a substitute for medical advice.**

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