The meridian maps of the human body are complex with 361 meridian waypoints where data can be collected. These waypoints, fortuitously, are concentrated into a virtual body image most effectively in the palm of the hand. Additionally, since the meridian pathways are electrochemical highways transmitting electrical data both to and from organ systems, moisture is essential to tapping into the electronic messages accurately. The skin of the palm has a bounteous supply of sweat glands and minute changes of electrical resistance and conductivity can be measured simply and accurately in this easily accessible skin. Metallic conductors can effectively transmit signals from the skin to the software of the scanner for comparison to the information stored in the product databases Besanna both uses and creates.