by Tom Edward Some researchers and doctors say that magnets don’t actually heal the body. Science knows that the human body is composed of numerous cells that combine to form blood, tissues, bones and organs. These cells are in the … Continue reading
Be cautious when using magnetic devices during pregnancy. Keep all magnetic therapy devices at least 18 inches away from any other battery operated medical device, such as but not limited to, pacemakers, computers, insulin pumps or automatic defibrillators. … Continue reading
Magnetic Jewelry, Bracelets, Pads, Inserts, and Devices have been found to relieve painful inflammation resulting from bone spurs, gout, poor circulation, arthritic joints, inflamed tendons, carpal tunnel syndrome and more!
Arthritis & rheumatism Relive Joint and muscle pain Shoulder pain Back ache, headache and neck ache Respiratory Problems: coughs & asthma. Constipation Inflammation Insomnia Jet lag Stress. Restore energy Increase blood circulation and release of oxygen form free radicals Prevent … Continue reading
by Tom Edward While there are many applications claimed for magnetics from the reduction of scar tissue to the treatment of internal organs, the predominant use of magnetic devices is the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and myofacial pain. While, as … Continue reading
The magnetic theory revolves in the arteries around the wrist, which magnets improve the circulatory system and blood flow. The increased circulation gives the body more of nutrients it needs in the blood, improving health naturally. What does a BIOMAGNETIC … Continue reading
Electricity is constantly flowing throughout the human body. Muscles respond sensitively to minute amounts of this electric current. Human cells are composed of atomic nuclei as well as electronic nuclei. Electronic nuclei emit positive and negative charges that delicate balance … Continue reading