Magnetic Forces help the body to heal itself by stimulating the biochemistry of the body so natural healing can take place. It is simple to apply, effective and inexpensive.
Magnetic Therapy i.e. use of magnets for cure has been a part of basic healing procedure since recorded history. Egyptian nobility and royalty were supposed to wear magnetic jewelry i.e. jewelry made of magnetic materials to preserve youth and beauty. African tribes have also been known to use magnetic ores in food preparations- it is only recently it has been “rediscovered” that, the magnetic fields can alter the flavor of some foods.
Magnets have been known for their healing properties and their use in prevention and cure has been noted in ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). One of the oldest medical book from the orient- “Chinese Yellow Emperor’s Book of Internal Medicine” written around 2000 B.C. has elaborate mention of the use of magnets in healing day to day ailments such as aches and pains.
Magnetic Therapy has also been known in it’s use to cure paraplegia, rheumatism and arthritic limb swellings by eating certain potent magnetic ores. Orient has always used magnets along with other traditional therapies such as acupuncture and acupressure. Within the western world, Aristotle noted around 300 B.C. the many uses of magnets in healing therapies. In 100 A.D. Pliny, a younger Greek physician wrote about the uses of magnets in healing eye diseases. Galen, a third century Roman physician, observed that magnets could also help in constipation when placed correctly over the abdomen and colon area. In 400 A.D. first known use of magnetic jewelry in the form of a necklace of noted for healing. Thus there are numerous noted mentions in recorded medical history of the use of magnetic therapy- particularly for subsiding chronic pain.
This book discusses use of Magnets for healing- for relieving pain, it's benefits and possible side effects along with some of the more noted medical use of magnets in Trans Cranial Magnetic Stimulation and Bio Electromagnetism.
Table of Contents
Preface: A word from the publisher about this series
Introduction: Magnetic Healing
History of Magnetic Therapy
Using Magnetic Therapy
How does Magnetic Therapy work?
How is Magnetic Therapy delivered?
Advantages of Magnetic Therapy
Are there any side effects of Magnetic Therapy?
Hidden benefits of Magnetic Bracelets
Skepticism against effectiveness of Magnetic Therapy
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Postface: Bringing it all together…
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