Research validates the intelligent tissue theory of how acupuncture works.
BRISTOL, ENGLAND, July 01, 2019 /Neptune100/ — Recent research demonstrates how acupuncture works. Information about the functioning of each organ is conveyed around the body on electromagnetic waves. Bodily tissue constantly interprets this information, and thereby produces the acupuncture points and also creates a resonance between these and the related organ. When an organ is stressed, this produces a corresponding stress in the local tissue at these acupuncture points. It is thought that by needling such points, this returns the local tissue to its non-stressed state, which then causes the related organ to also revert to its normal function. The signs and symptoms that were produced by the organ’s stress then clear from the patient.
This is the intelligent tissue model of how acupuncture works, and its key aspect has now been validated experimentally. Fletcher Kovich has published six scientific papers on this topic, which demonstrate that the tissue at an organ’s key acupuncture points adopts microscopic patterns that reflect the real-time states in the related organ.
A summary is available of the author’s journey in making this discovery, and of its possible significance (440 words).
To find out more
The latest published papers are summarized at www.curiouspages.com/research. Links are included to the full papers, which can be downloaded free of charge.
A new textbook by the same author is also recently published: Acupuncture Today and in Ancient China. The book summarizes the latest research results, and also describes all the key aspects of Chinese acupuncture in terms that Western readers can understand. The RRP is $74.99, but throughout 2019 the book will be available on Amazon at the promotional price of $10.99.
Further detail of the intelligent tissue theory is available (1,750 words).