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Scientific Bases

Acupuncture and Biophysics

The acupuncture points are privileged ports: research has shown that many of the acupuncture points have a major difference of electrical resistance with the surrounding skin (respectively10 KΩ e 3 MΩ), in fact are defined as electromagnetic open pores on our body. The conductivity of these points depends on the internal electric field, and therefore the way in which they interfere with each other the different frequencies produced by the body.

The closest comparison to our life is the one with the windows: they isolate the external environment from temperature while allowing the passage of light frequencies outside and inside, entering the day light in the house, while during the night,  emitting the artificial light outside.

At the histological observation, the acupuncture points showed a density four times greater than the surrounding tissues with regard to the blood vessels and of the 40% more as regards the nerves.

As discovered by a study conducted by Dr. Watari  in China in 1987, and before him by Dr. Liu Yk, an acupuncture point corresponds to a region where the motor nerve enters the skeletal muscle where there is a large density of nervous elements. Further anatomical and functional connections have been discovered between acupuncture points and a variety of structures. These include receptors supplied by sensory nerves, by the organelles tendon and by the dendrites of the sensory nerves, by the receptor terminals extended, by the vascular network and surface blood vessels, by veins that pierce the fascia and mast cells.

The acupuncture points receiving energy signals coming from the outside through which they can produce a change in the energy dynamic, moving like an antenna signals to our body.

The stimulation of these points is able to produce the resonance signal, bringing a change in the electromagnetic field capable of supporting a different biological response in favor of the ability of Nature to heal itself.

The way it spreads the information / energy through an energy line is indicative of the condition of the areas crossed by the meridian. When the energy dynamic expressed is optimal, the flow velocity ensures less tissue oxidation of competence. Try to think of the meridians as a highway along which are transported the energy necessary to the various activities: if traffic crashes, or if the road deteriorates, some areas remain without supplies and therefore no longer function adequately as energetic-looking, even before coming to functional or structural alterations.

An experiment of Professor Kim Bong Han, in the 60s, was able to demonstrate the existence of meridians also according to Western criteria: injecting in energy points some radioactive isotopes proved to be a system of thin tubes with a diameter of 0.5 to 1 , 5 micron, faithful to the ancient diagrams. Subsequent studies have demonstrated the accuracy of the description of the maps handed down by Traditional Chinese Medicine.

The canal system is highly interconnected, you can decide to read the relationship between meridians according to the type of energy expressed or localization but not actually having a real beginning and an end, once the individual has formed, we could represent it as a single circulatory system. Any channel is always interconnected with each other.

Bibliography

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Zhai, N.: Research on the histophysiological relation of mastocytes and meridians (Chinese). Clin. Acupunt. Moxibust. 8: 50-53, 1988

 

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