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Large Intestine Meridian Basics


Large Intestine Meridian In Your Personality

High Traits

The large intestine meridian is a great social leader. They are one of the four spiritual types and seek a path to an ideal world for themselves and all those who choose to follow them. Generally good-natured, these zealots will fight for what they believe is right and are extremely ambitious. Their ambition drives them to reform and perfect the world.

Low Traits

Their drive can lead them to obsession. High-ideals require perfection, and the large intestine meridian can tend to over-criticize.

Large Intestine Functions

Western Medicine

The large intestine is responsible for nutrient absorption and waste disposal. First, it absorbs water, salts, cellulose, and other nutrients from the food we eat and filters out toxins, pollutants, and viruses that have been ingested. It is home to digestive bacteria that are used to break down foods.

Eastern Medicine

The large intestine eastern medicine functions are simple and very similar to its western functions. It receives food and drinks from the Small Intestine before excreting it from the body.

Meridian Associations

Archetype: Architect

Element: Metal
Season: Fall
Yin or Yang: Yang
Time of Day: 3-5 am
Color: Black/White
Taste: Salty
Body Part: Blood Pressure
Sensory Basis: Extrasensory
Emotion: Grief/Sadness
Healing Tone: SSSSS

Personality Group: Spiritual
Associated Muscles: the upper trapezius and posterior deltoids

Balancing Meridian: Lung

Physical Symptoms of Imbalance

Chest distention
Chest tightness
Circulation problems
Dry skin
Fatigue and/or low energy
Frequent colds
Hay fever and/or  allergies
Nasal congestion
Pale skin
Poor sense of smell
Psoriasis or eczema
Runny nose
Shortness of breath
Sinus infections
Sneezing Soft and/or weak voice
Stiff neck and/or shoulders
Stiff upper back
Sweating problems
Throat infections
Weak immune  system

Emotional Symptoms of Imbalance (Eastern View)

Inability to let go
Lack of inspiration

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