Chronic Diseases are Cured Only with Acupuncture Through Accumulation of the Daily Effect of Treatments, which is Possible Only if the Acupuncture Points Have Memory
Maria Kuman, PhD *
*Correspondence to: Maria Kuman, PhD, Holistic Research Institute, 1414 Barcelona Dr., Knoxville, TN 37923. firstname.lastname@example.org
© 2023: Maria Kuman. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Received: 25 July 2023
Published: 02 November 2023
Acupuncture is an ancient way of treatment. Presently, it is the only way to cure chronic diseases. “Chronic” means “slow”. They result from strong or prolonged stress, which create delays because the body needs to stop what it was currently doing and mobilize for response to the stressor. These delays create phase shifts in the biorhythms of the body, which accumulate in the genetically inherited weak organ because it does not have enough energy to propel them. With time this leads to malfunctioning of this organ. Since the accumulation of phase shifts takes years, the onset of chronic diseases takes years (“chronic” means “slow”) .
The cure of chronic diseases is also slow - it requires a series of daily acupuncture treatments 14 to 20 days in a raw. Measurements with my supersensitive equipment showed that the cure of chronic diseases is done through accumulation of the effects of each treatment. However, since the memory of the acupuncture points is a short-term memory, to have accumulation of the effect, the acupuncture treatments need to be done every day or at least every other day. If the acupuncture points didn’t have memory, cure of chronic diseases with a series of daily acupuncture treatments would not be possible.
In 1983, at the 8th World Congress of Acupuncture, the Russian scientist Shuiski reported that he has measured the volt/ampere characteristics of the acupuncture points and he found that they have hysteresis properties . Hysteresis means that the history is important, which means that when increasing the applied voltage to the acupuncture point, Shuiski measured one type of current; when deceasing the applied voltage to the acupuncture point, he measured another type of current.
It seems that the acupuncture points remember the previous treatment, i.e. the acupuncture points have memory. Shuiski claimed that only the acupuncture points have such memory, the rest of the tissue didn’t have hysteresis characteristics, i.e. didn’t have the memory the acupuncture points have. Why? The acupuncture points (I measured) are conducting ellipses with 2.5 cm long axes oriented along a line called acupuncture meridian – the distance between the conducting ellipses is 2 cm. The acupuncture ellipses are conducting because under them are: 1/ a dense set of nerve fibers without myelin covers, which are like wires without insulation, and 2/ a dense set of thin blood vessels and the blood is a conductor.
The acupuncture points have memory because: 1/ our conscious memory is done with neurons and there is a set of neurons under the acupuncture points, and 2/ under the acupuncture points there is a dense set of blood vessels, the blood is mostly water, and the water has memory . Why does the water have memory? The water has memory because liquid water is chunks of crystalline ice of different size, called clusters, swimming in liquid water and everybody knows that crystals have memory. If crystals didn’t have memory, we wouldn’t have computers. The computers we use now memorize through chips of crystalline SiO2.
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