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  • Writer's pictureCharlie Farricielli

Red Blood Cells Respond to Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields (PEMF)


When a magnetic field is present in the blood, toxins in the tissues are drawn out as the magnetized blood passes through the tissues. The toxins are then carried to the liver for detoxification and on to the kidneys for excretion.

The science of Magnetherapy indicates that 2 vital things happen when PEMF applied to the skin:

First, the soft tissue will lengthen and will help to relax a muscle or ligament that is damaged or traumatised. It will work in an area and depth directly proportional to the type and strength of the PEMF used. Depending on the strength, you can effect a change to a radius of between 3-5 inches and to a similar depth.

Secondly, as the tissue relaxes, more oxygen and blood flow is able to gain access to the damaged site, and so it enters the damaged area with increasing magnitude. This effect can be seen using thermal imaging techniques.

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