Cholecystonia is characterized by its superior or strong gall bladder (liver) and inferior large intestine (lung). This constitution also is recognized for having a considerably strong small intestine (heart) and a relatively weak bladder (kidney). Cholecystonias are often simple, quick in making decisions, and adaptable. They are naturally charitable and sociable, which enables them to maintain a large network of relationships and to easily adapt to various social environments. Their natural athleticism and developed muscles, especially enhanced with a meat diet, permit these individuals to be excellent athletes. When healthy, Cholecystonias require plenty of sleep.
Frequent bowel movement and discomfort in the lower abdomen is common for Cholecystonias who consume seafood often because seafood further suppresses an already weak large intestine and stimulate naturally-excited gall bladder and liver, causing illness. Consumption of seafood may also cause arthritis, skin problems, high cholesterol, and obesity. When ill, Cholecystonias tend to lose their charitable nature, grow negative and anxious, which can eventually cause insomnia or depression.
Cholecystonia Regimen

Discomfort in your lower abdomen is large intestinal inertia, which is the very cause of such symptoms as a heavy feeling in your legs, backache, irregular bowl movements, depression, cold body and occasional insomnia. Therefore, it is good to keep your lower abdomen warm all the time. As your constitution is prone to becoming alcoholic, it is necessary to take extra precautions in consuming alcohol.

All kinds of ocean fishes and shellfishes, Alcoholic beverages, Raw cabbages and most Green and Leafy Vegetables, Buckwheat, Bracken(fern), Cocoa/Chocolate, Grapes(Wine), Cherry, Persimmon, Quince, Dextrose, Ginseng, Swim (cold bath)

Beef, Pork, Rice, Soybean, Wheat, Indian millet, Root Vegetables (radish, carrot, yam, lotus root, and taro) Coffee, Milk(warm), Garlic, Pumpkin or squash, Mushrooms, Sugar, All kinds of nuts (walnut, pecan, chestnut, pine-nut), Some fresh water fishes (eel, loach/mudfish), Alkaline beverages, Pear, Melons, Deer horn (herb), Squalene oil, Vitamin A and D