TCM’s fire Where does the fire come from?

TCM’s “fire” Where does the fire come from?

Ignition has a deeper meaning, that is, some generalized symptoms of Irritation. For example, stomach fire can have symptoms such as stomach pain and dry stools. Pulmonary fire can have symptoms such as hemoptysis, cough, yellow sputum, and liver fire.Insomnia and breast tenderness in women.
  ”Fire” contains the principle of Chinese medicine: there is fire in the human body. If there is no fire, life will stop, which is the so-called fire of life.
Of course, the fire should also be kept within a certain range. For example, the body temperature should be about 37 degrees. If the fire is too high, people will be uncomfortable, and there will be many specific manifestations of redness, swelling, heat, pain, and annoyance.
  In a sense, fire is life, and fire is dead. In a normal sense, fire is necessary within a certain range, and beyond the normal range, it is evil fire.
The abnormal fire is divided into virtual fire and real fire. Normal human body yin and yang are balanced. For real fire, yin is normal but yang is too high, so it becomes real fire.
In another case, yang is normal with less yin, which appears to be too hyperactive, so it appears as a false fire.
  What does it mean to get angry?
  ”上” in the fire is in a sense the part of the expression, and then a verb that means fire.
Most people think that the specific manifestations of getting angry are mostly in the head and face. In fact, Chinese medicine believes that the human body is connected, and all parts of the body should have different degrees of performance.
  So where does the evil fire of the human body come from?
Is it caused by itself or by external factors?
  Chinese medicine believes that most of the evil fires originate from the inside, and external causes can be an inducement.
Generally speaking, it is caused by the yin-yang imbalance of the body.