A Chinese literature overview on ultra-weak photon emission as promising technology for studying system-based diagnostics

They review Chinese scientific publications on biophotons that has to do with human health, that is, literature from 1978 to 1998 because from this year, Chinese biophoton investigation passed from healthcare to the agricultural investigation area.

Most of the biophoton emissions that Chinese scientists have measure and use for their studies have been measured over acupuncture points.

It can be seen some interesting data like that biophoton intensity is higher among males than among females, and that they tend to increase with age (this can be a sign that less are correctly channeled in the internal pathways).

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