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Spleen Meridian

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The Spleen Meridian connects with the Stomach Meridian, with which it is externally-internally related. The Spleen Meridian refers not only to the Spleen itself, but also the pancreas, salivary glands, muscular system, etc. Based on traditional Chinese medical theory, the Spleen governs transportation and transformation. The function of the Spleen in transporting and transforming essential substances refers to the digestion, absorption, and transmission of nutrients. Abnormalities of the Spleen Meridian will result in borborygmus, diarrhea, stomachache, distention of the abdomen, and weakness. In addition, pain and stiffness in root of the tongue, and swelling and distention of the inner aspect of the lower limbs all show malfunction of Spleen Meridian.

【The Meridian’s peak time period】: 
Peak qi and blood flow in the Spleen Meridian is from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.

【Principal Systems Influenced】:
1.Diseases of the digestive system (Stomach and Spleen). 
2.Diseases of the uro-genital system. 
3.Diseases along the course of the Spleen Meridian.


[Excess Symptoms of EMAS]
Related regions: Stomach, intercostal tissue, brain, endocrine system, immune system, asthma, diabetes, tumor
Main symptoms: Unstable appetite, stomachache, hypochondrium pain, epigastrium pain, vomiting, foot and knee pain, arthritis, dysfunction of the big toe, insomnia, diabetes

[Deficiency Symptoms of EMAS]
Related regions: Stomach, intercostal tissue, brain, endocrine system, immune system, asthma, diabetes, tumor
Main symptoms: Indigestion, distension of the stomach, excretion system problem, epigastrium pain, vomiting, weakness and numbness of the limbs, varix of the leg, fatigue, heaviness of limbs, diabetes

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