International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education
2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
Hepatic role in formation of humors and implication of humors on human body
Author(s): Abul Faiz and Ferasat Ali
Liver has been considered as one of the principal vital organs responsible for all metabolic functions in the body. It is the uzw-e-rais for quwa-e-tabi’yah. Liver play a very important role in formation of humors (akhlat). Humors are moist and fluid parts of the body which are produced after metabolism and transformation of food. Power of transformation and metabolism occours in every parts of the body organs continuously to replaces the wear and tear (badal ma yatahallul) of the body which leads to production of humors and enhances the normal growth. Humors serve as nutritive function, growth and repair, production of energy and preservation of individuals. This review paper aims that importance of liver in formation of humors.
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Abul Faiz and Ferasat Ali. Hepatic role in formation of humors and implication of humors on human body. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2018; 3(2): 901-903.