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The Spleen has an arguably much bigger role in Chinese Medicine than in Western medicine. It rules transformation and transportation of food Essences (nutrition), Qi, and Body Fluids and their distribution to other Zang Organs.
When this Spleen is weak, physical symptoms including bloating, reflux, fatigue, diarrhoea, hemorrhaege, uterine bleeding, poor appetite cold extremities may be present. The Spleen has a sphere of influence on our health other than digestion, absorption and immunity.
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