Human Ultraweak Photon Emission and the Yin Yang Concept of Chinese Medicine

" The relationship between connective tissue and meridian function is discussed in terms of energy transmission. The network of hydrogen-bonded water molecules interspersed within the collagen fibrillar matrix is especially significant for both the sensitivity of connective tissue to weak signals of mechanical pressure, heat, or electricity and the electrical intercommunication that may correlate with the meridian acupuncture system. Special electromagnetic properties of connective tissue have similar collective properties of ultraweak photon emission. A relationship between ultraweak photon emission and yin yang dynamics is based on three types of ultraweak photon emission studies, focusing on diurnal and annual dynamics, diseased states, and acupuncture points." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 van Wijk, R., van der Greef, J., & van Wijk, E. (2010). Human ultraweak photon emission and the yin yang concept of Chinese medicine. Journal of acupuncture and meridian studies, 3(4), 221-231. © 2010 Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute. This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license.

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