Wednesday, April 5, 2017

This Chinese Clock Shows You Which Organ Doesn’t Work Well In Your Body!



Our bodies are constructed to contain an energy system of meridians, which are energy channels that flow through instead of blood.

Today we will present you the Chinese biological clock that shows the intervals, according to which the energy is circulating through our bodies. The symptoms can be noticed if there is a problem in some particular area.



Twelve meridians belong to every major organ like liver, gallbladder, duodenum, kidney, heart area, bladder, small intestine, heart, spleen, stomach, large intestine and lung meridians. There are 6 yin and 6 yang meridians. Yin meridians belong to the organs such as heart area, kidneys, heart, spleen, lungs and liver. The yang meridians belong to organs like gallbladder, duodenum, bladder, small intestine, stomach and colon.

According to the law of rhythm rules and the Chinese medicine, the meridians are working for 24 hours in 12-hour two intervals. Chinese doctors ask their patients about the time when the symptoms first appeared. With this information, they know where the problem comes from and where the energy circulates with issues. The best thing is to follow the biological clock and then write down the time when the symptoms have appeared. Note the time of the day when you are most energetic because it implies there is an issue in some part of the body.


*Time of maximum function*

-1-3am- liver; eyes, muscles, detoxification;
-3-5am-lungs; skin;
-5-7am- colon (skin, elimination, assimilation);
-7-9am-stomach (food digestion, lymph);
-9-11am-pancreas, spleen (food digestion, lymph);
-11am-1pm-heart; circulation of the artery blood;
-1-3pm-small intestine (arteries, assimilation, digestion);
-3-5pm-bladder (cleaning, elimination, teeth, bones);
-5-7pm-kidneys (elimination, filtration, ears, teeth, bones);
-7-9pm- cardiac layer (blood vessels constriction);
-9-11pm- duodenum; thermoregulation;
-11pm-1am- gallbladder (eyes, muscles, digestion);


*Time of rest or minimal function*

-1-3am- small intestine (assimilation of the arteries, digestion);
-3-5am- bladder (cleaning elimination, teeth, bones);
-5-7am- kidney disease (elimination, filtration, ears, teeth, bones);
-7-9am-heart layer; blood vessels constriction;
-9-11am-duodenum; thermoregulation;
-11am-1pm-gallbladder (eyes, muscles, digestion);
-1-3pm-liver (eyes, muscles, detoxification);
-3-5pm-lungs;skin;
-5-7pm-colon (skin, elimination, assimilation);
-7-9am-stomach (digestion, food, lymph);
-9-11pm- pancreas, spleen (food digestion, lymph);
-11pm-1am-heart (circulation of the artery blood);

The highest level of energy of 1 meridian is when another of the opposite side has the lowest energy levels. When you consume food late at night and then go to bed, the food isn’t absorbed in the small intestine, which means you have to avoid activities when the body energy which is directly involved in the activity, is at its levels lowest. The functions are boosted when there is a maximum activity. If some disease appears as a result of lack of energy, they’ll show symptoms and that is the time to reduce the excess energy.

Organs should be strengthened if they show weakness during their maximum activity. Beside this clock there are many remedies that can help when there is lack of energy like homeopathy or acupuncture.

Source > homehealthyrecipes.com

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