Gaetan Chevalier, PhD, Kazuhito Mori, PhD




The human hody evolved while living in direct electrical contact (electricallv grounded) with the earth. The question that arises is: Does loss of electrical contact with the earth affect human physiology? This douhk-hlind swdy was designed to address this question hy measuring several electrophysiological parameters of the hody. Suhjects were assigned [0 an experimental group that was grounded to the earth after a 28-minure haseline recording. Grounding the hody (earthing) was achieved hy placing electrode patches on the soles of the feet and connecting them to a conductive cahle that was attached to a metal rod planted in the earth. The total recording time was ')6 minutes. The control group was not grounded hur "sham grounded." Part 1 of this stud~· presented results from measurements taken with clinical hiofeedhack equipment. This paper pf(:sents results ohtained on Jing-Well points using the SSVP (Single Square Voltage Pulse) method. With the SSVP method we were able to corroborate results presented in our first paper with the biofeedback system. The SSVP method results are that grounding the body produces a reduction in tension (relaxation) of the internal organs and a reduction in inflammation. \X'e also postulated that the body was developed to take advanrage of (he contact with the eanh through the feet hy developing a system of distribution of electrons through the kidney meridian at K11. The presenr finding, are consistent with the results of our previous study which concluded that grounded subjects experienced a reduction in stress and a normalization of the functioning of the auronomic nervous system after eanhing.6

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Keywords: Acupuncture. meridians, Single Square Voltage Pulse method, SSVP, grounding, carrhing, electrophysiology, acupuncture points

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