A Discussion on Wang Shu He Pulse Classic – Part Two
by Leon Hammer
2. "Uneveness” and `Changing Amplitude and Intensity‟
The Choppy quality has small `hills‟ and `valleys‟ as one rolls one‟s finger along the pulse. One commentator mentions that since the `hills‟ or "bumps” are of differing height, this is the equivalent of a quality I describe as `Changing Intensity or Amplitude‟, which also varies in height. The argument is, therefore, that Changing Intensity and Amplitude are signs of blood stagnation because like the Choppy quality, there is a variation in height.
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