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Veins




Major Veins N.+10°/S.-10° V.0°
Images from 1918 Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body from Bartleby.com
(PC(KD))

Minor Veins – N.+10°/S.-10° V.+35° (PC(TW))

Venules – N.+10°/S.-10° V.+85° (PC(SI))


Description

Veins are the last blood vessels to receive the blood after it has circulated through the arteries the capillaries and even the lymphatic vessels. The capillaries deliver blood to the tiny venules, which then pass it to minor veins, which pass it to major veins. Major veins return the de-oxygenated blood to the heart (except in the pulmonary circuit where the blood is oxygenated). Every vein is constructed in a step-ladder manner with shunts that only open in a single direction. Only the largest veins have smooth muscles to assist in the movement of blood. Every beat of the heart pushes the blood along the steps of the ladder.


When disease strikes the arteries, it is clear and obvious. When it strikes the capillaries, there is generally some breakdown in the local area. Even breakdowns in lymphatic vessels tends to show up as swellings. But when disease strikes the veins, it can be hard to detect. The reason for this is that veins are mostly passive blood vessels that have little to no smooth muscles (unlike arteries) and do not easily express their problems in local tissues (like arteries and capillaries). When they constrict, blood has trouble returning to the heart and can back up into the capillaries and retain the blood into the interstitial areas causing pain and swelling. So, if you see capillary problems or swellings, it is important not just to think of the capillaries and lymphatic vessels, but to also diagnose the well-being of the veins anywhere between the manifesting problem and the heart.


Element

Fire and Water

Veins are more Water than Fire. As the Fire increases, the veins decrease in diameter but increase in branches.


Tissue Treatment


Deep Veins PC(KD)

Basic Perfusion: Advanced Perfusion:

Heaven: Fire + Water Heaven: Earth + Water

Man: Earth + Fire + Water Man: Water + Fire + Wood

Earth: Water + Fire Earth: Water + Fire (more Fire than Water)


Middle Veins PC(TW)

Basic Perfusion: Advanced Perfusion:

Heaven: Fire + Water Heaven: Fire + Water (more Fire than Water)

Man: Earth + Fire + Water Man: Water + Fire + Wood

Earth: Water + Fire Earth: Water + Fire (more Fire than Water)



Images from 1918 Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body from Bartleby.com

Superficial Veins PC(SI)

Basic Perfusion: Advanced Perfusion:

Heaven: Fire Heaven: Fire

Man: Earth + Fire + Water Man: Water + Fire + Wood

Earth: Water + Fire Earth: Water + Fire (more Fire than Water)


Emotions

Major: Confidence in Safety/Faith

Minor: Truth in Safety/Faith

Venules: Unconditional Love of Safety/Faith


Closely Interrelated Tissues

All of the blood vessels and the lymphatic vessels are directly related to the veins. The heart organ must be strong enough to pump blood through the entire circuit. The hormones and the autonomic nervous system also affect the blood vessels.


Notes From Ethan's Clinic

I often see veins emerge in a diagnosis when a person has suffered a physical trauma. It may be years in the past, but the trauma in the veins may not have healed effectively. This also includes surgery. In surgery, arteries and veins often are physically cut and may not heal perfectly. This often manifests in some form of recurrent and/or chronic localized pain.

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