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One of the most central concepts of Eastern Medicine is that of the intimate connection between the body and the environment. The physiology of the cells, tissues, organs and the meridian system of the body, is in dynamic internal equilibrium and constantly adjusts to the vagaries of the external environment. If the body is not able to cope with changes in the environment, internal equilibrium will be lost and disease will possibly result. Dampness is a condition existing within the body. We can understand it as a reflection of dampness as it occurs in nature. Dampness is the hardest to get rid of! Damp is greasy and sticky! It is all the fried foods, sweets, milk, butter, oil, cream, cheese, junk food that you consumed over the years. Damp likes to hide. It likes to hide in your lungs (asthma), in your joints (some cases of arthritis/gout), under your skin (acne/psoriasis/eczema with pus). It can hide in your blood vessels too (atherosclerosis). Damp can also be the fat and excess weight. It can also go to the brain causing dull headaches. The yellow "phlegmy" substance found in the brain of Alzheimer's patients can also be the damp. In Eastern medicine, dampness is considered to be the cause or contributing factor of many illnesses such as high cholesterol, cancer, metabolic disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome, MS, fibromyalgia, eczema, allergies and environmental illness. Damp makes you feel heavy, sticky, and it just makes you tired and exhausted. Why do you have this damp anyway? How do you get rid of it? Watch our "Strengthening Your Digestive System & Align with the season Health class and find out! All classes 50% OFF ๐Ÿฅฐ Sign up at #theherbalistacademy #vegan #veganlife #veganism #healthyeating #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #healing #hospital #publichealth #organicph #Philippines #cancer #diabetic #organicskincare #manila #proudlyfilipino #Philippines

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