Time of minimal functions or rest
from 1am -- 3 am- small intestine (digestion, assimilation of the arteries)
from 3am -5 am-bladder (bones, teeth, cleaning elimination)
from 5am -- 7 am-kidney disease (bones, teeth, ears, filtration, elimination)
from 7am- 9am- the heart layer (constriction of blood vessels)
from 9am- 11am- duodenum (thermoregulation)
from 11am -- 1pm -- gallbladder (digestion, muscles, eyes)
from 1pm -- 3pm -liver (detoxification, muscles and eyes)
from 3pm -- 5pm -- lungs (skin)
from 5pm- 7pm- colon (assimilation, elimination, skin)
from 7pm -- 9pm -- stomach (lymph, food and digestion)
from 9pm -- 11pm- spleen, pancreas (lymph, food digestion)
from 11pm -- 1 am- heart(artery blood circulation)
When an organ is at its energetic peak, the one on the opposite side of the biological clock (12 hour difference) is at its the lowest energy level.
For example, between 1 and 3am, the liver has reached its peak and the small intestine is at the lowest energy level.
So if you eat late at night, the food is not well absorbed in the small intestine, which means you have to avoid some activities at the time when the energy of the body involved in that activity is lowest.
During the time of maximum activity all functions are accelerated. If there are diseases of excess energy that burden the appropriate organic system, they then show the strongest symptoms and that is the convenient time to take means to reduce excess energy.
On the contrary, if the appropriate organ at the maximum time shows weakness, it should be strengthened.
Natural medicine has numerous funds that can intervene in the event of redundancy and lack of energy, including acupuncture, homeopathy, herbs, and other assets.