Startling new Anatomical Structure Found in our Bodies

What do Bonghan Ducts and Acupuncture Meridians have in Common?

Bonghan corpuscles and ducts are named after North Korean, Kim Bong Han for his 1960-1963 discovery of an internal anatomical structure related to acupuncture points and meridians. They offer a scientific explanation for the therapeutic benefits of acupuncture and other electromagnetic based energy medicine therapies. Bonghan corpuscles and ducts (channels) contain a flowing content of DNA granules that interface with coherent biophotons to communicate and control different networks of photons.

This is a startling discovery that was unfortunately repressed by an unenlightened medical community for over 50 years. Imagine discovering an entirely new system of anatomy and histology, a network completely different from the nervous, circulatory or lymph systems. And being told, well we can’t see it and until we do it doesn’t exist. It took science nearly 50 years before anyone else could figure out another way to see Bonghan’s incredible discover. We actually have anatomical structures at acupoints referred to as Bonghan corpuscles. While Bonghan ducts are tubular structures (meridians) that connect these corpuscles | acupoints.

Not only do the corpuscles align with known acupoints the ducts travel the same path as the meridians. Further this network is distributed throughout the body including all over the surface of organs and even inside of blood and lymph vessels.  Why didn’t anyone see these structures before? Because they are very small and cannot be seen either by magnifying glass nor light microscope.

The important of this discover for me relates to my practice of an allergy elimination technique – DNA Allergy Reprogramming. For over a decade clients have found – time and time again – that their allergy symptoms were gone within 48 hours, never to return again. When I read about Fritz Popp’s and Vladimir Poponin’s work with biophotons and DNA Phantom Effect an explanation dawned on me. I realized that those of us performing the multitude of Allergy Elimination and Energy Psychology protocols were reprogramming the bodies DNA. In a sense reinstalling the original software, before it got buggy.

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Stomach pain (Abdominal pain) after a Car Accident

Stomach Pain after Car Accident

It’s extremely common to experience episodes of stomach or abdominal pain after a car accident. This is largely due to the seatbelt.  As you know the safety feature of a seatbelt is that it automatically locks in place in a car accident.

Many with stomach or abdominal pain also feel nauseous after a car accident. But when you have nausea it is often due to a concussion. A lot of people complain of mild to severe dizziness after their car accident. And others find themselves experiencing anxiety attacks and panic attacks after their car accident.

Most people don’t realize they can be badly injured even in a low speed car accident. The stomach pain, is often accompanied by headaches and neck pain from whiplash. Many find that they are not mentally sharp afterwards.

Suffering a concussion after a car accident (TBI) is far more common than you’d suspect. A recent concussion survey revealed that people’s initial concussion symptoms accelerate into either Post Concussion Syndrome or PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder).

Nerve-Muscle-Bone injuries are especially noticeable. It’s not unusual to feel like you’ve been punched in the stomach, back or head. The shoulder strap can jam your neck, tear tendons and ligaments in your shoulder and even make your ribs ache.

How to Heal after a Car Accident

We offer an assortment of treatment and therapy options to help you recover from injuries sustained in a car accident. Including:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy
  • Cold Laser Therapy
  • LightWorks LED Therapy
  • CranioSacral Therapy
  • Emotional Freedom Technique
  • Magnetic Field Therapy
  • Nutritional Supplements

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