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Theory Review: Types of Qi

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Spreads to the entire body via SJ Yuan
Derived from congenital essence Yuan
Takes root in the KD Yuan
Produced by ST & AP Gu
Inhaled by the LU Qing
Protects the surface Wei
Moistens skin & hair Wei
Supplemented & nourished by food essence Yuan
Meridian Qi Zhen
Stored in the Chest Zong
Promotes HT function of dominating blood vessels Zong
Circulates outside the vessels Wei
Readjusts body temperature Wei
Controls opening & closing of pores Wei
Produces blood & circulates with it Ying
Warms up Zang Fu Organs Wei
Promotes LU function of controlling respiration Zong
Last stage of transformation of Qi Zhen
Its activity is characterized bu the organ which is attacked Zangfu Qi
Provides further nourishment of blood Ying
Circulates in the vessels Ying
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