Eel in TCM:

Explore the properties of Eel according to Chinese
Nutrition and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM):

Temperature: warm

Channels: LU, SP, UB, LV

Flavors: sweet
Tonifies: qi, blood, yin

Special Properties:
disperses cold, clears damp, disperses wind

Eel is Specifically good for wind-damp-cold and all types of wind.

In terms of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Eel is known for its ability to tonify qi, blood, and yin. It also helps to expel cold, resolve dampness, and expel wind.

In general the ancient Chinese medical texts cite that it enters the lung, spleen, urine bladder, and liver. The flavor of Eel is sweet, and it is considered to be warm in temperature.