Soviet researchers are also convinced that magnets act as living things through water or water solutions involved in the functioning of cells and tissues. As we’ve mentioned, magnetic fields can change the ionic of molecules (and thus their pH content) but an additional fact should be brought to your attention. Heating water also changes its ionic balance and induces excess of positive ions – which can produce health hazards of its own. Once thought to be ridiculous, today magnetized water is becoming universally accepted, even if it can’t be fully explained. Water passed thru strong magnetic fields is now being used in industry and medicine in Russia, France, and the U.S.A. and other countries. The Volga Research Institute now irrigates huge areas with magnetized water. The water has been found to give a 28% increase in winter wheat, 17% in corn, 37% in cucumbers and 32% in tomatoes! So impressive have been the results that a special crop sprinkler is now being mass produced, which magnetizes the water. (A similar device is also being tried, here in Washington State, to increase the fertility of rainbow trout)! In addition, factory engineers in the Soviet Union are using methods of steam boiler water magnetizing for reduction of boiler scale and the textile industry is experimenting intensively with dye magnetizing.
To continue on, magnetic fields also effect your circulatory system. Research in 1981 proved that magnetic field effect electro cardiograms (EEG). Alterations in the brain’s T wave were reported at very low intensities and were shown to be due to the electrical potentials associated with the flow of blood through the magnetic field. Several studies have thus demonstrated the feasibility of exposing the entire body, or a large segment of it, to an outside magnetic field in order to affect blood flow rates in major circulating vessels.
In view of the deprivation of magnetic energy in most areas of the country, coupled with electro magnetic pollution by power lines and numerous household and industrial devices, it isn’t surprising that the bio-electric field surrounding and permeating your body is not what nature originally intended it to be. Any departure from the same kind of electro magnetic environment under which life evolved on this planet may be responsible for a variety of physical and emotional ailments. This problem is what one leading Japanese Doctor, Kyoichi Nakagawa, is now calling “magnetic deficiency syndrome”. Nakagawa published an influential study in the Medical Journal in which he described this syndrome and its remedy – magnetic treatment.
The doctor first noted that the strength of the earth’s electromagnetic field (EMF) has decreased 50% in the last 500 years and continues to do so at about .05% yearly. He pointed out that modern living conditions with its steel buildings, cars, trains, buses, airplanes and subways, all deprive humans of necessary, beneficial and regular exposure to EMF. The average person, he concluded, is therefore deficient in low level EMF intake, and as the human biofield is strongly liked with that of the earth, various vague but chronic forms of disease have set in.
It is interesting to note that prior to great flood of Genesis, man’s diet was solely vegetarian. After the flood, man’s diet altered to one that included animal proteins. Could it be that the earth’s magnetic protective field had changed in some way?
Nakagawa’s remedy for magnetic deficiency syndrome is extremely simple. He recommends that distressed people wear a magnetic necklace, bracelet or ring, or use ‘magnetic buttons’ or sleep on a magnetic mattress pad. (These should all range from a few hundred to 1300 gauss). “Generally, these magneto therapeutic devices apply a stationary magnetic field to the human body,” Nakagawa writes.
Bio-magnetism works in the human body through the circulatory system, the nervous system and the endocrine system. Magnetism is continuously penetrating every known particle, right down to the atom. Its ordering effect on living systems arises from the fact that magnetism is a blueprint of life itself. All known energies have as a base this electromagnetic field. The latest research indicates that magnetism has a very significant biological effect on human beings and is confirmed by the research of Dr. Robert Becker in his book “The Body Electric.”
Dr. H.L. Bansel points out that magnetism increases the electrical conductivity of the blood. A weak current runs through it and the quantity of ions are increased. The newly ionized blood circulating throughout the body can significantly contribute to the efficiency of the blood flow as well as having a stabilizing effect on both high and low blood pressure.
Dr. Linus Pauling received his 1954 Nobel Prize for his discovery of the magnetic properties of blood. Blood contains ferrous hemoglobin (iron) that functions as a carrier of oxygen and carbon dioxide. As the blood circulates in the lung, fully magnetized ferrous hemoglobin is able to transport more oxygen to cell tissue as well as taking more carbon dioxide waste from the cell back to the lungs for removal. This means more energy and less fatigue as tissue cells and internal organs stay substantially healthier.
Bio-magnetism works to regulate and normalize hormone secretion in the glands. It is currently believed that the increased electrical current being produced forms like a net around the glands and secretory duct. An extra concentration of oxygen stimulates production while the electrical net regulates optimum secretion. As a result, conditions caused by a lack of hormone secretion or a hormone imbalance are affected through normalizing the hormone functions within the body. Hormones play an extremely important role in rejuvenation and in general energy levels while proper circulation ensures that the hormone level is evenly distributed to all parts of the body. When magnetic flux passes through tissue, a secondary current is created around the flux lines in the tissue cells. This function of the cell becomes strengthened as the cell; metabolism responds to the bioelectrical currents initiated by the magnetic flux. This current induces muscle spasms to reduce and the activated cell metabolism lowers inflammation in the tissue. The increase of cellular metabolism aids in the regeneration and re-growth of cells.
The negative pole energies of magnetism interfere with the nerve cells ability to send pain impulses to the brain where the pain is registered. Blood cells have potassium in their centers which have a positive bioelectric charge. The nerve cell differs in an opposite way. During a pain response the outside switches to potassium with a positive bioelectric charge. Through attraction, the negative pole charge of a magnet creates a “blend off” of the potassium’s positive bioelectric as the natural flow of current toward the negative pole.