Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Biomagnetic Therapy

What Biomagnetic Therapy is?
It is a treatment with small magnets placed over clothing that seems to help to eliminate microorganism that cause diseases and severe pain with no side effects. The diagnose is done through the kinesiology (muscle-test) tool that in this case may also be known as bioenergetic diagnose. It is said that Glandular dysfunction and alteration may be corrected with biomagnetism.

What kind of conditions can be treated?
With the Biomagnetic Pair therapy treatment discovered by the famous Dr. Isaac Goiz MD, you can get extraordinary results and permanent improvement for severe and chronic diseases like:
High Blood Pressure,
Migraines, Obesity, High Cholesterol, Diabetes, Psoriasis, Anemia, Leukemia, and others.

What kind of magnets are used?
MEDICINAL BIOMAGNETISM uses magnets that are from 1,000 to 5,000 gauss of intensity aprox, that are used to detect the PH distortions caused by the pathogenic microorganisms. It defines the charges, classifies them, organizes, neutralizes and heals. Symptoms decline.

How the treatment works:
By forcing the magnetic charges toward the inside of the organism, the charges neutralize themselves on their own.

Once the magnets have been applied it is necessary to wait for one week to see results. iIt is important to pointy out that BIOMAGNETISM does not produce iatrogenia (disease produced as a side effect of medical treatment).

Categories of diseases:
Generally, common diseases are produced by a single Bio-Magnetic Pair (BMP). Complex diseases are the result of association of two or more BMPs Research has shown that the BMPs may be divided in 4 categories:
1.- Regular BMPs identify pathogenic microorganisms whether they are virus, bacteria, fungi or parasites.
2.- Special BMPs identify tissue alteration not supported by pathogenic microorganisms.
3.- Dysfunctional BMPs are the ones that affect glands and hormonal production.
4.- Reservoir BMPs identify organs or tissue which support potentially pathogenic virus and can keep them in reserve for an indefinite time, until some alteration in the body triggers it sending it to its specific location.

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