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Air

Air

The lungs, chest and thorax. All the cavities and open spaces, which allow for movements and function. The blood and the vital force it carries. The arteries, which pulsate with air. or pneuma. All hollow or porous tissues and structures, which are lightened, rarefied and refined by Air: the bones, connective tissues and membranous structures. Points of exchange and contact: the lungs, kidneys and digestive mucosa.

In the aspects of Human Physiology, air is attributed to tendency (to and fro), bodily system (circulation), excretion (saliva), sense (hearing), bodily function (respiration), mentality (cheerful) and mental state (humor).