Author: Yanagawa T//Sakaguchi H//Ueno M//Nitta K
Life Science Labs, MOA Health Science Foundation (Tokyo, Japan)
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 2000
Other: Volume ID: 18 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 423-437 , Word Count: 187
The authors focus on fluids of living bodies. Wounds in plants are thought to show biophoton emission, however, this report shows that sap itself radiates biophotons rather than the wound. The number of sap biophotons changes dependent on living state conditions. A difference in sustaining faculty of living functions may appear in the number of the sap photons. In the case of animals, their body fluids correspond to sap in plants. The human body shows remarkable photon emissions from abnormal areas, such as wounds, sites of skin diseases, and other injuries affecting some part of skin surface. Moreover, the authors find for the first time that thermal stimulation with moxa leads the human body to radiate biophotons. As the biophoton emission intensifies after moxa, an attempt is made to detect changes in the human body. After moxa, the photon numbers and the body temperature are observed as a time chart before and after healing in Okada's manner. In contrast with the decreasing photon number, the temperature increases during the healing. There is not only a simple energy change, but also some healing effect to the human body.