The Interstitium: A new organ that could explain the mysteries of the human body

Scientists have discovered a new piece of human anatomy we never knew we had—a layer of connective tissue that exists all over the body. It sits below the skin’s surface, lining the digestive tract, the lungs, and even our blood vessels. Researchers say it could be the missing link the medical community needs to move forward in a number of areas of research, including cancer and autoimmune disease. More

  • whitegoldfield says:

    Thank you so much for this post.

    Within the bodywork fields of experience one of the fastest and most profound transformations in my clients has been an alternation of heated rocks applied appropriately along the spinal column and then appropriately and briefly applied ice. This may be repeated a few times within a session and then sessions repeated until presenting symptoms abate. Also within a session – percussion with fresh bamboo rods is applied gently along meridian points. This method has arisen as a result of observance, intuition and practice within bodywork fields over a number of years.

    With the information of this new anatomy the above brief of method I share may have application in the enablement and benefits of unobstructed qi whole body circulation with thus very far reaching health, immune system strength and longevity benefit consequences for those who realise how to apply and further such.

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