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Bonghan duct and acupuncture meridian as optical channel of biophoton

  title={Bonghan duct and acupuncture meridian as optical channel of biophoton},
  author={Kwang-Sup Soh},
  journal={Journal of the Korean Physical Society},
  • K. Soh
  • Published 2004
  • Physics
  • Journal of the Korean Physical Society
A biophoton in connection with inter-cellular communication is introduced, with its important source DNA. The Bonghan duct as anatomical structure of acupuncture meridians is considered with its owing contents, DNA-granules. A hypothesis of an optical channel of coherent biophotons is proposed as a new communication and control network of photons, which is the physiological function of Bonghan ducts. This can explain scientically the therapeutic eects of acupuncture. 

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