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1. 心情抑郁

2. 烦躁易怒

3. 月经紊乱

4. 失眠多梦

5. 胸胁胀痛

6. 食欲下降


1. 减少内耗

2. 劳逸结合

3. 适当运动

4. 穴位按摩

5. 减少饮酒

6. 调畅情志


- 太冲 (Taichong):


- 期门 (Qimen):


- 肝俞 (Ganshu):


- 行间 (Xingjian):


- 三阴交 (Sanyinjiao):


- 中封 (Zhongfeng):




1. 菠菜

2. 韭菜

3. 芹菜

4. 莴苣

5. 春笋

6. 海带


1. 玫瑰花

2. 枸杞子

3. 菊花

4. 合欢花

5. 乌梅

6. 柴胡

Liver Qi Stagnation

The liver, being a resilient organ, prefers to be free-flowing and dislikes being stagnant. Mental depression or sudden bursts of anger can lead to imbalance in the liver's qi and blood, affecting its function of smooth circulation, and exacerbating liver diseases. Therefore, maintaining a harmonious emotional state can improve liver function, promote the generation of vital energy, regulate the functions of the body's organs, broaden the mind, keep emotions positive, ensure smooth liver qi, and maintain balanced qi and blood, thereby achieving the goal of preventing diseases and promoting health.

According to "Liu Zhou Medical Dialogue":

"Diseases caused by the seven emotions mostly originate from the liver."

According to "Compendium of Materia Medica":

"The liver... is both gentle and strong, straight and ascending, to correspond with spring. It should be unobstructed without stagnation. Its qi tends to be rapid and easily becomes aggressive and irritable, therefore, it often suffers from pathologies that are rebellious."

Symptoms of Liver Qi Stagnation may include:

Emotional depression

Irritability and easily getting angry

Irregular menstruation

Insomnia and vivid dreams

Chest and rib discomfort

Decreased appetite

Traditional Chinese Medicine recommends the following to alleviate Liver Qi Stagnation:

Reduce internal stress

Balance work and rest

Exercise appropriately

Acupressure massage

Reduce alcohol consumption

Keep emotions in check

Recommended acupressure points for liver regulation:

Taichong (Liver 3):

Location: Between the first and second toes on the dorsum of the foot, in the depression distal to the junction of the first and second metatarsal bones.

Qimen (Liver 14):

Location: On the lateral side of the abdomen, below the free end of the 11th rib, in the depression anterior and inferior to the tip of the 12th rib.

Ganshu (Bladder 18):

Location: On the lower back, 1.5 cun lateral to the lower border of the spinous process of the 9th thoracic vertebra.

Xingjian (Liver 2):

Location: On the dorsum of the hand, between the first and second metacarpal bones, in the depression proximal to the margin of the web at the junction of the red and white skin.

Sanyinjiao (Spleen 6):

Location: 3 cun above the tip of the medial malleolus, on the posterior border of the medial aspect of the tibia.

Zhongfeng (Liver 4):

Location: On the dorsum of the foot, between the second and third toes, approximately at the junction of the red and white skin.

The liver governs the color green, and green color belongs to the liver channel

Recommended food for liver regulation:


Chinese chives



Bamboo shoots


Recommended herbal tea ingredients:


Goji berries


Mimosa flower

Black plum



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