chu ser
«yellow liquid»


Symbolic image of chuser from Atlas of Tibetan Medicine

Straw colored fluid which circulates in all tissues and organs of the body, but predominantly localized in the skin and muscle tissue as well as in the joints.

According to Tibetan Medicine It is considered that the chuser formed from bile (snod mkhris), which in turn arises in the transformation of nutritional essence (dwangs ma) into blood tissue (khrag). Chuser is purified or transformed part of the bile. Amount of the chuser in the healthy human body is about four one’s own cupped hands.

Currently chuser is correlated mostly with lymph. Also interstitial fluid, liquid fraction of synovial fluid, serous exudate, transudate etc. apparently can be subsumed to chuser.

བོད་གངས་ཅན་པའི་གསོ་བ་རིག་པའི་དཔལ་ལྡན་རྒྱུད་བཞི་སོགས་ཀྱི་བརྡ་དང་དཀའ་གནད་འགའ་ཞིག་བཀྲོལ་བ་སྔོན་བྱོན་མཁས་པའི་གསུང་རྒྱུན་གཡུ་ཐོག་དགོངས་རྒྱན། //བཀྲ་ཤིས་དབང་འདུས // 1982. pp. 2, 22, 725. pp. 48 ill. (Tibetan) (Illustrated dictionary arranged in Tibetan alphabetical order with vocabulary from the rGyud bzhi, the brGyad pa'i snying po bsdus pa, and the sMan dpyad zla ba'i rgyal po).

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