Blood is made when water and grains change into energy. It's really linked to the heart, spleen, and kidneys. There are three main kinds of blood issues: low blood, sticky blood, and "hot blood."

Low blood happens when you don't have enough blood. This can be because of losing blood or not making enough. Signs of low blood include looking pale, light-colored nails, a light-colored tongue, and a weak pulse. If you lose a lot of blood, you might also have a very faint pulse. To help with low blood, you can boost your blood levels or improve your energy while also boosting your blood.

Sticky blood is another issue. It shows up in heart problems, painful periods, and injuries, among other things. Symptoms include sharp pain in a certain spot and pain that gets worse when you touch it. Some people also have small lumps and swelling. Women might feel pain in their lower belly before their period and see dark lumps in their period flow. To help with sticky blood, you can make your blood flow better and break up the sticky parts.

"Hot blood" is often found in "hot" sicknesses like measles and scarlet fever. Sometimes, it shows up in other conditions too. Symptoms might include red and swollen skin, bleeding, early or heavy periods, feeling down, being thirsty, red pee, and either constipation or fever. To help with "hot blood," you can cool down the blood and clear out the heat.

Remember, if you have blood issues, it's best to talk to an expert about what steps to take.