Spleen Energy Deficiency (Spleen Qi Xu) TCM Explained

Spleen Qi Xu - Spleen energy deficiency is a very common TCM diagnosis, In this video I will help explain what it is from both a classical Chinese medicine perspective of a weakness of the earth element and the TCM concepts.

This video covers aspects of healthy and unhealthy Spleen qi / function and spleen dampness. what happens when he Earth gets overwhelmed with water? Dampness or water logged earth energy.

Common symptoms of Spleen energy deficiency (Spleen Qi Xu) can be bloating, diarrhea, gas, tiredness, low appetite and food intolerance. Also some people find feeling anxiety and worried are common mental health symptoms that happen when the spleen /earth element is weak, it can't regulate the normal functions of thought.

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Added on January 19th, 2020
Last updated: March 1st, 2020