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Published Online: 4 March 2005

Biophotonics in the Infrared Spectral Range Reveal Acupuncture Meridian Structure of the Body

Publication: Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine
Volume 11, Issue Number 1

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This study shows, for the first time, evidence of the existence of the acupuncture meridian structure in the human body. After moxibustion (or similar light stimulation) of the body in the 3–5 µm range, "light channels" appear on the body, which appear to be identical to what are known as meridians in all textbooks of Traditional Chinese Medicine. These findings appear not only to confirm the existence of acupuncture meridians, but they also open a new window on understanding the energy transfer dynamics of the human body. Furthermore, it is likely that living matter is not in the ground state, but permanently electronically excited.

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cover image The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine
Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine
Volume 11Issue Number 1February 2005
Pages: 171 - 173
PubMed: 15750378

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Published online: 4 March 2005
Published in print: February 2005

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Klaus-Peter Schlebusch
International Institute of Biophysics, Landesstiftung Hombroich, Neuss, Germany.
Walburg Maric-Oehler
International Institute of Biophysics, Landesstiftung Hombroich, Neuss, Germany.
Fritz-Albert Popp
International Institute of Biophysics, Landesstiftung Hombroich, Neuss, Germany.

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