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Wood Element Diet - Dr. Judy Morgan's Constitutions 1lb

Wood Element Diet - Dr. Judy Morgan's Constitutions 1lb

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Dr. Judy Morgan's Constitutions can be added to any order of 12 lb increments whether it be Raw Ready to Cook or Gently Cooked. All Constitutions are Gently Cooked and comes in a 1lb vacuumed formed pouch. Good for dogs 12 months or older.


Feed Wood (TCVM neutral)
The Wood Constitution is a complete diet that can be beneficial in cases of Earth Excess, Wood Deficiency and Fire Deficiency. Symptoms of Earth Excess can include dampness in the lower body (edema or swelling in the abdomen, hips and hind legs), weak back, weak joints, cold, damp lower back and hind limbs, attention seeking, intestinal gas and distention, constipation and diarrhea, abnormal appetite, obesity, conjunctivitis, water retention, tender gums, sticky mucous in nose and throat, and sticky saliva. Symptoms of Wood Deficiency can include edema (swelling of limbs), phlegm (cough, mucous), stiff muscles, sluggish circulation, aches and pains in joints and tendons, tendon or ligament rupture (ACL, CCL), sluggishness, lethargy, and dry eyes. Symptoms of Fire Deficiency can include panic, confusion, weak heart function, anemia, tires easily, and low blood pressure. 
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Ingredients: Pork Heart, Turkey Wing, Chicken Gizzard, Carrots, Cucumbers, Beef Liver, Kale, Celery, Cabbage, Apples, Basil, Turmeric, Cod Liver Oil, Dried Sea Kelp, Wheatgrass Powder

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Wood Element Diet TCVM Properties

The Wood Element represents the Liver and Gall Bladder and is associated with the season Spring, the color green, the taste Sour, and the emotions of anger and irritation. It is very Yang and active. The main functions of the Liver are to maintain the smooth free flow of Qi, store Blood while the body is at rest and to release it during activities to enhance endurance, balance the emotions for proper behavior, control the tendons and ligaments, opens in the eyes, and dominates the perineal, inguinal, flank, and paw areas of the body. It is important to include foods that build Liver Blood while promoting the free flow of Qi. Problems associated with an imbalance in the Wood Element include aggression, pancreatitis, seizures, disorders of the eyes, tendon and ligament problems, and skin conditions.

Actions of ingredients:

Pork Heart – Sweet, salty, neutral. Enters the Heart channel. Tonifies Blood and Qi. Indicated for Qi or Blood Deficiency.

Turkey - Sweet, neutral to cool. Enters the Liver, Kidney, Spleen, and Stomach channels. Tonifies Yin and Qi. Indicated for Liver Yin Deficiency.

Chicken Gizzards – Sweet, warm. Enters the Liver, Stomach, Spleen, and Kidney channels. Tonifies Blood, Jing, and Qi, resolves Stagnation, scatters Cold. Used to treat Blood stagnation.

Celery – Pungent, sweet, cool. Enters the Liver, Stomach, Kidney, and Bladder channels. Clears Heat, sends down Middle Qi, drains Damp, clears Damp-Heat, soothes Liver Qi. Indicated for fever, agitation, vomiting, anorexia, difficult urination, or bloody urination.

Carrots – Sweet, neutral. Enters Liver, Spleen, and Lung channels. Tonifies Liver Blood, soothes Liver Qi, tonifies Qi, clears Heat, resolves Toxins, improves vision, and promotes digestion. Indicated for indigestion, blurred vision, Food Stagnation, diarrhea, cough, and urinary tract infections.

Cucumber – Sweet, cold, bitter. Enters the Spleen, Stomach, Large Intestine, and Bladder channels. Clears Heat, soothes Liver Qi, quenches thirst, resolves Toxins. Indicated for jaundice, conjunctivitis, sore throat, IBD, uveitis, diabetes, and extremity swelling.

Beef Liver – Sweet, neutral. Enters the Liver and Spleen channels. Tonifies Blood, sharpens vision, tonifies Qi. Indicated for cachexia, weakness, fatigue, anemia, poor vision, edema, and Blood Deficiency.

Kale – Bitter, sweet, neutral. Enters the Lung and Stomach channels. Tonifies Blood, moves Stagnation, stops pain. Indicated for anemia, Stagnation, and gastrointestinal ulceration.

Cabbage – Sweet, pungent, neutral. Enters the Spleen, Stomach, Large Intestine, and Lung channels. Moistens intestines, circulates Qi, clears Heat, resolves Stagnation. Indicated for cough, gastrointestinal spasm, colic, ulcer pain, and constipation.

Apples – Sweet to sour, neutral. Enters the Liver, Spleen, Stomach, Lung, and Large Intestine channels. Tonifies Yin, promotes digestion, cleanses Gall Bladder and Liver, tonifies Qi, clears Heat, promotes Body Fluids, releases Toxins, and transforms Phlegm. Indicated for diarrhea, constipation, chronic enteritis, colitis, IBD, restlessness, fever, inappetence.

Basil – Pungent, sweet, warm. Enters the Lung, Large Intestine, Spleen, Stomach, and Kidney channels. Clears Wind-Cold, resolves Toxins, circulates Qi, drains Damp, transforms Phlegm. Indicated for Wind-Cold, headache, cough, vomiting, diarrhea, and flatulence.

Turmeric – Pungent, sweet, warm. Enters the Liver, Spleen, Stomach, and Kidney channels. Regulates Qi, resolves Stagnation, tonifies Qi. Indicated for Food Stagnation, Liver Qi Stagnation, to dispel Wind-Damp, cancer, and arthritis.

Cod Liver Oil – Sweet, cold. Enters the Liver, Spleen, and Kidney channels. Tonifies Blood and Yin, tonifies Jing, strengthens tendons, brightens the eyes, clears Heat.

Kelp – Salty, cold. Enters the Liver, Stomach, Kidney, and Lung channels. Drains Damp, relieves edema, transforms Phlegm, tonifies Blood and Yin, clears Heat, resolves Toxins. 

Wheat Grass – Sweet, salty, neutral. Enters the Liver, Stomach, and Spleen channels. Tonifies Qi and Blood. 

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