Liver and Gall Bladder
The liver is located directly beneath the anterior crest of the ribcage, extending several inches under the ribcage, mostly on the right side, but has a lobe on the left, but is liter to balance the bodies weight on the right side, due to the extra weight of the heart on the left.. The Gall Bladder is located directly beneath the right lobe of the liver. The nerves that connect the liver to the spinal cord pass between every vertebra from the 5th to the 9th vertebra. The ribs act like levers on these vertebra. Specifically ribs 5 through 9. When the muscles attached to these ribs are in spasm (muscles related to the Air Element in most forms of ancient medicine, will restrict breathing when they are tight and they also pinch the nerves that pass between the thoracic vertebra, especially the segment between T5 and T9.
Liver and Gall Bladder function can likely be improved in measurable ways by releasing these muscles. Click the button toe take this course!
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