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GallBladder Meridian

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The Gallbladder Meridian connects with the Liver Channel, with which it is externally-internally related. Based on traditional Chinese medicine, the relationship of the liver and gallbladder is extremely close. Abnormalities of the Gallbladder Meridian will result in bitter taste in the mouth, vertigo, headaches, and migraines. In addition, pain in the chest, hips, lower limbs, and below the armpits all may result from abnormalities in the Gallbladder Meridian. Abnormality of circulation in the Gallbladder Meridian may also lead to vertigo, eyes without spirit, bitter taste in the mouth, or a gray and dull complexion.

【The Meridian’s peak time period】
Peak qi and blood flow in the Gallbladder Meridian is from 11:00 pm until 1:00 am, midnight.
【Principal Systems Influenced】
1.Pain in the lateral costal region, diseases of the liver and gallbladder. 
2.Diseases resulting from heat. 
3.Diseases of the nervous system. 
4.Diseases of the side of the head. 
5.Diseases of the eyes, ears, and throat. 
6.Diseases along the course of the Gallbladder Meridian.

[Excess Symptoms of EMAS]
Related regions: Ear, head, neck, blood capillary, migraine
Main symptoms: Distending pain of the stomach, bitter taste in the mouth, distension of the chest, pain in costal region, discomfort of the neck, cheek, and throat, insomnia, headache, spasm and pain of the thigh and along the lateral aspect of the leg, knee, shank, and ankle, heat in the sole

[Deficiency Symptoms of EMAS]
Related regions: Ear, head, neck, blood capillary, migraine
Main symptoms: Weakness, swelling of the popliteal fossa, costal regions pain, weak foot, swelling of the joint, lower limb problems, eye problems, yellowish eyes, vomiting bitter liquid, lethargy, night sweat, terror and palpitation, sighing, depressing breath
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