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GB ST Meridian In Winter

GB&ST Meridian Deficiency and 15 Common Symptoms!

As we enter the fall and winter months, everyone will gradually experience symptoms that were not present before, or they will become more severe. Most of these symptoms are caused by a sudden drop in temperature, which can be clearly seen in the trend of energy deficiency in the gallbladder and stomach meridians.

The following is a summary of 15 symptoms that many members have observed. If you experience these symptoms after autumn and winter and cannot find a reason for them even after going to the hospital, they are due to meridians that are still undetectable by modern technology. If you can implement the recommendations in this article, you will achieve some degree of improvement.

In November 2021, Cloudtcm published the Meridian Balance Index, which will show the balance value of the meridian after the test, as long as it is less than 0, it is a deficiency, and the smaller the value, the more serious the deficiency. If the biliary and gastric meridian indices of all people are averaged according to the month (see the figure below), we will find that the colder the weather, the more severe the deficiency of the GB and ST meridians.

ST GB Meridian in Winter
ST GB Meridian in Winter Deficiency

As you can clearly see from the chart above, the GB meridian and the ST meridian have a burst of energy after November each year, and continue to rebound until the following spring in April. The stomach meridian is like her best friend, accompanying her and sharing a common energy trend.

During winter, because of the deficiency of these two meridians, 15 common symptoms often appear, you can count how many you have? For example: dizziness, headache, shoulder and neck pain, depression, fatigue or extreme irritability, sneezing, runny nose, sore throat, chest pain, heart disease, rib pain, low back pain (lower back pain), knee pain (lateral and anterior knee pain), ankle pain (lateral and anterior), pain in the hip and thigh (sciatica), spleen and stomach discomfort (noisy, gastroesophageal reflux), calf cramps (lateral and anterior), easily catching a cold

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