Winter and Traditional Chinese Medicine

January 21st, 2008

Winter. This is the time for us to rest and replenish.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offers practical advice for adjusting to seasonal changes. One of the basic concepts in TCM is the 5 Element Theory of correspondences. Each element has an associated season, emotion, taste, organ…

The Season of Winter is associated with the element Water. The emotional aspect is Fear. The predominant taste is Salty. The associated and most effected organ in Winter are the Kidney and Urinary Bladder and the most common external element is Cold.

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Blend of its own

January 21st, 2008

source: http://www.naturesgift.com/

The combination that came to me surprised me and turned into something totally different than what I’d originally started to create.

Let this sit for several days as its character seems to change a bit as it ages.

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