Magnets and magnetic fields, although unseen and unheard, are an important part of our everyday life. We use magnetic products in many different ways. Just some of these include: telephones, door alarms, audio and video tapes, computer disks, computers, magnetic strips on credit cards, on Medicare and health cards, bus and train tickets, magnetic cupboard door catches, and many more such items. More importantly, biologically, every cell in our body is an electromagnetic phenomenon. This is very important to understand, and one day, if not now, your good health may depend upon it.

There are two basic classes of magnets or magnetic fields, and several sub types. Permanent or ‘static’ magnets have been used since 850 ÂÑ, that is, for more than 2850 years. The earth has its own magnetic system. The source is in the molten core that generates earth energies and fields on and above the surface between the Magnetic North and South poles. The density is around 0.5 Gauss and oscillating around 9.6Hz to 10.5Hz. There are also the Schumann resonance field harmonics between the earth and the magnetosphere; the most important biologically oscillate between 7.5Hz and 8 Hz, depending largely upon sun spot flare activity. There are other less important Schumann frequencies.

At intervals over time, various physicians have found that the use of magnetic materials has helped to reduce pain and to improve healing processes. Nowadays we refer to this type of device as a compass.

Permanent magnets can be made out of several types of materials such as ferrous (iron), ceramic with iron particles, combinations of nickel-iron-boron-neodymium, and other ‘rare earth’ minerals, etc. Generally the newer combination materials have stronger holding powers and are not easily de-magnetized.

These permanent or static magnets are used to assist in the alleviation of many aches and pains, and in some instances can help the body to heal from minor discomforts and may assist peripheral circulation.


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