The Gall Bladder stores and distributes nutrients in the body. The Gall Bladder Meridian governs:
- The sides of the body, joints, muscles and tendons. It is also associated with the digestion of fat and the health of the eyes.
- The ability to make decisions and judgments, organize and plan, have a vision.
- Anger, courage.
The Gall Bladder Meridian is a nocturnal meridian (11pm to 1am in the daily circadian energy sequence) so it also greatly affects the quality and amount of sleep you get. If it is unbalanced you cannot fall asleep and/or you wake up too early.
(Drawings copyright Anne Cossé)