I believe everyone has heard of the "Yin and Yang Five Elements", but what does it mean? Have you ever thought that the five elements are also related to aromatherapy?

Today I will talk about "yin and yang". Anything can be divided into two types: "yin and yang". Relatively strong, moving, up, floating, and light are all "yang". On the contrary, weak, static, down, heavy, and heavy are all "yin".

For example, in terms of body parts, the back is "yang" and the abdomen is "yin"; the five organs in the abdomen belong to "yang" and the five internal organs belong to "yin". The two characteristics of yin and yang coexist in one object, and they need and control each other, and balance each other.