Cholecystonia Constitution (Wood Yin) has a strong gall bladder (liver) and weak large intestine (lung) comparatively to the other organs. Cholecystonia also has considerably strong small intestine (heart) and a relatively weak bladder (kidney).

Order of Organs (Strongest to Weakest):
Gall Bladder > Small Intestine > Stomach > Bladder > Large Intestine

General Inclination

Cholecystonias are often naturally charitable and sociable. They have overall a soft characteristic and a gentleness to them. They are generally decisive, and adaptable which enables them to maintain a large network of relationships and to easily adapt to various social environments. Their natural athleticism and developed muscles, especially enhanced with a meat diet, permit them to be excellent athletes. When healthy, Cholecystonias require plenty of sleep, and they feel good after sweating.

Cholecystonias who do not follow their proper regimen tend to get hypersensitive large intestine problems, several bowel movement a day, discomfort around belly area, sometimes feel that they have heavy legs, suffer from insomnia, or have sleeping problems if the location is changed, and have tendency to become alcoholic and get depressed.
They tend to get sleepy after eating green vegetables, and easily have diarrhea after eating melons, raw fish or sea food. Sometimes running to bathroom right after eating food is also common in Cholecystonias. Inflammation and ulcer of the stomach, duodenal ulcer, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammation of the liver, and easily having gallstones are resulted from improper food intake for Cholecystonia.
It should be noted that seafood suppresses their already weak large intestine and stimulates naturally-excited gall bladder and liver and cause illness. Consumption of seafood may also cause high cholesterol, arthritis, skin problems, and obesity. When ill, Cholecystonias tend to lose their charitable nature, grow negative and anxious.

These general tendencies are not absolute.

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