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Die Organuhr

Organs – The ticking of our inner clock

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, our internal clock is reflected in the body and its organs. The Chinese Organ Clock helps you to find your way back to a natural rhythm of life in everyday life. The best conditions for health, creativity, happiness, inner peace and well-being. There is a close relationship in traditional Chinese medicine to the rhythms of life.

The rhythm of energy

More than two thousand years ago, Chinese doctors discovered that the energy runs through its own rhythm within the 24 hours. Chinese doctors have always referred to diagnostic and therapeutic observations of humans. From 12:00 noon to 15:00 o’clock physical reactions slow down, while from 15:00 o’clock to 18:00 o’clock the human being is least sensitive to pain and has the highest body temperature. Between 9 p.m. and midnight, the human body is most sensitive to pain and most unable to perform.


What times does the organ clock run through?

In order to strengthen the body, one should eat the appropriate food of the respective season. With the Chinese Organ Clock you can understand fluctuations and diseases and get them under control. The organ clock is divided into 2 hours. For example, the time between 03:00 am and 05:00 am is the lung time from 05:00 am to 07:00 am the colon time etc. There is also the spleen time, heart time, small intestine time, bladder time, kidney time, pericardial time, Sanjiao time, bile time and liver time. The Chinese organ clock gives the possibility on a healthy life rhythm, a connection between complaints and organs and self-healing. We recommend the book by Dagmar Hemm and Andreas Noll Die Organuhr.