The gall bladder is a pear-shaped musculomembranous pouch beneath the right lobe of the liver.
Gall bladder literally means “sore bladder.”
Many Western doctors say people with small gall bladders have less problems than those with larger gall bladders.
Spinal reflexes associated with the gall bladder include the thoracic vertebrae T2, T4, and T6.
Eastern Medicine classifies the gall bladder and liver as Wood organs.
Wood represents assertion, determination, anger, frustration, and hopelessness.
The lack of self-assertion (gall bladder) stores anger (in the liver).
Eastern Medicine regards optimism, hope, and “visions of the future waiting to be realized”as attributes associated with the gall bladder.
The gall bladder is alleged to be the “Official of Decision-Making and Judgment.” It’s associated with the need for control.
The gall bladder is said to be responsible for helpingonestay in (1) control ofoneself and of(2) one’s external conditions.
Angina is associated with the gall bladder. The word “angina” is from angere, which means “to constrict,” “to tighten.”
Symptoms of angina include tightening, pressure, indigestion, a lump in the throat, coughing, and a need to keep swallowing.
Associated psycholinguistics include phrases such as “I mean,” “you know,” etc.
Shoutingor screaming are beneficial to the gall bladder.
Upside-down therapy oneither a slant-boardor “gravity machine” helps the gall bladder clear debris.
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