Similar to western medicine, in TCM, the Gallbladder and Liver have a symbiotic relationship. In TCM theory, Liver plays a crucial role in circulating Qi and Blood in the body. Gallbladder stores and drains the bile secreted from the Liver. However, when the Liver does not dredge and the Gallbladder does not drain properly, Qi is stagnant and excess bile accumulates, causing sediments to form. Therefore, from a TCM perspective, in order to resolve precipitate formation, the Liver needs to dredge, and the Gallbladder drained. These are the chief actions of GallbladClear.
1850. Around this year, the Chinese Wanshang Dhole wild dog is believed to become extinct. The dog, a scavanger, is also the basis for Chinese myth and legend which calls it a trickster dog, able to open doors, steal wives and disappear into thin air. The Wangshang Dhole may also be related to a form of Chinese werewolf, which does not become extinct.
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