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Differentiation of syndromes according to blood, qi, fluids

What are the Qi patterns? Deficient Qi sinking Qi or collapse stagnation of Qi rebellious Qi
What are blood patterns? Blood deficiency Blood stagnation
Jue ye (body fluids) patterns Fluid deficiency
Combined patterns Qi and blood deficiency and stagnation
Breathlessness Weak voice Spontaneous sweating Lung Qi deficiency
Loss of appetite Loose stools Fatigue Normal or pale and SWOLLEN tongue Spleen Qi deficiency
Palpitations Heart qi deficiency
Frequent urination Possible lower back pain and weak knees Possible poor memory Kidney Qi deficiency
Sinking Qi or collapse is where Spleen qi can no longer hold substances or certain internal organs in place.
Prolapse of the organs (stomach, uterus, intestines, vagina,bladder, anus) Colapse of Qi. Usually Spleen Qi deficiency
A sensation of dragging or bearing down fatigue/Lethargy Mental depression empty Pulse Sinking qi or collapse Usually spleen Qi deficiency
Stagnation of Qi When normal movement or flow is impaired
Moving pain equals Qi stagnation
Fixed pain equals Blood stagnation
Created by: Jkellycal