This page is all about Chong Mai or Chong ‘Mo’ Symptoms.
To make more sense of it you may like to read first about the Chong Mai itself.
Otherwise you might find yourself in a quagmire of Chinese medicine technical terms where you could sink without trace! Read that page first, and this page will make more sense.
This vital first ‘energy’ or ‘vessel’ was created when the fertilised egg that grew to be you first rooted itself in the side of your mother’s womb.
If you’ve already read that page, then you might also like to read what could happen when, in Chinese medicine, you get Rebellious Qi of your Chong Mai.
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When first encountering Chong Mo, many acupuncturists roll their eyes! They’ve already learned so much about
So here are you, gentle reader, (I say ‘gentle’ to try and placate your frustrations) trying to make sense of your symptoms in terms of Chinese medicine, when Chong Mo suddenly seems to pull the rug from a good deal of what you’ve read on other pages.
Yes, well, it’s a problem. But also, sometimes a solution, though please don’t rush to diagnose yourself. Get someone else to do it. It’s very easy to get confused or, worse, to be absolutely certain that you are right, then to do something rash about it. Do get help!
On this page you’ve read about Chong Mai symptoms. I have two other pages which help you understand this ‘extraordinary’ vessel:
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