Channel links with physiological systems

P - channel (LU11) - the lungs channel, connected with the function of lung and tissue breathing.
GI - channel (LI1) – the large intestine channel, associated with the function of the large intestine and its microbe flora. It also participates in the regulation of arterial pressure and blood biochemical indices.
MC - channel (PC9) - the pericardium channel, associated with cardiac muscle trophicity and its structure. It is also connected with muscular activity, arterial blood pressure levels and emotions.
TR - channel (TE1) - the triple heater channel, associated with central and peripheral hemodynamics and body energy consumption. It also regulates the hormones in the body, as well as the thyroid and pituitary glands.
C - channel (HT9) - the heart channel, regulates the cardiac rhythm and the body’s physical strength.
IG - channel (Si1) - the small intestine channel, associated with the body's electrolytic balance and food digestion. 
RP - spleen-pancreas channel (SP1), associated with the pancreas and the immune system.
F - liver channel (LR1), associated with liver function and the central nervous system, as well as stress levels.
E - stomach channel (ST45), associated with digestive function.
VB - channel of the gallbladder (GB44), associated with digestive function and the peripheral nervous system.
R - kidney channel (Ki1), associated with kidney function and the adrenal glands.
V - urinary bladder channel (BL67), associated with the urogenital system, its functions and its related hormones.
As can be seen from this short list, as well as their basic association with a certain organ or physiological system, each AC can also reflect the body's various physiological and biochemical indicators. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) states that: 1. Each AC reflects the activity of certain organs or physiological systems. 2. Each channel has two branches, the left (S-sinister) and the right (d-dexter), and in a healthy person they are in a state of energetic balance with slight (up to +-30%) asymmetry. As a result of the test, which takes 3-5 minutes, we obtain a numerical scale of AC activity and the organs associated with them.

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