Characteristics of the Magnetisation of water program: A low-frequency pulse magnetic field may be used to treat drinking water and/or foods with a high water content (drinks, fruits, etc.). Drinks treated in this way can be used when fluid intake is desired as support for the detoxification and metabolic procedures in the body.
Purpose of magnetic therapy application in the magnetisation of water
The purpose of application in the magnetisation of water: Modification of the inner structure and bonds between water molecules activates and increases the bonding capacity of the water as a diluent. Magnetised water influences all metabolic processes taking place in the body in a positive way.
I suffer from extremity ischaemia, calves pain. I can feel how the magnetotherapy helps. Addition to it I magnetise drinking water and soft fruit. We keep the device close to us whenever it can be used.Danuše Sobotková
I use the device for my sick leg and further for water magnetization, as well as for flower watering which has positive effects.Jozef Marták, Moravské Lieskové
We use very often the device among other things like magnetized water. It is more comfortable using the device at home than go to rehabilitation centres.Ing. Petr Martínek, Maršovice
Description of magnetised water
By stimulating water or food with a high water content using a low-frequency pulsed magnetic field, the physical properties of water and its biological activity are changed. This can be used when treatment is to be supported by an adjustment in fluid intake.
The utilisation of magnetised water for medical purposes was demonstrated thousands of years ago. All over the world, it has been used more or less on the basis of empirical experience. Only recently has respectable and scientifically well-founded information about the biological activity of water treated by magnetic field been published. In the bodies of animals and humans, water is the universal environment in which complex life processes take place. It represents the main vehiculum influencing the state of health and efficiency of the body. Therefore, the saying that “Sine aqua deest vita” (no life without water) is still applicable.
Water is a solvent of many substances and significantly helps the metabolism at all levels; it is a carrier of minerals and trace elements, it works as a cooling fluid and thus prevents the body from overheating. Flushing away waste substances formed during metabolic processes into urine is another function of water.
From the physical and chemical point of view, there is nothing like water among the known compounds. It shows anomalies in all of its physical and chemical properties, with no exceptions. If water behaved the same as compounds with a similar composition, life in the form known to us today could not exist on Earth (M. Štěpánek and coll.).
The space layout of the water molecule determines its polar character. One of the two water molecules fixes hydrogen to oxygen while the other (using the oxygen atom with the free electron pair) fuses with the hydrogen bridge. This fusion leads to a range of anomalies in water’s behaviour. Water molecules utilise hydrogen bridges to merge into chains and cyclic and branched shapes. All these shapes permanently form and dissolve, and most frequently are surrounded by monomeric molecules of water. For example, these bonds lead to the situation where compounds with a molecule of the similar shape and size to the molecule of water are, in the same state conditions, already in the gaseous state, while the water molecule remains long in the liquid or solid state. Even though it is an oxide of the lightest chemical element – hydrogen (hydrogen oxide), it can form a liquid state. All similar oxides of heavier elements (carbon, nitrogen, sulphur) are, in the same state conditions, in the gaseous state.
Hydrogen bridges can explain another anomaly of water – increased volume during transition to the solid state. During the transition to the solid state, the volume increases by 10 % and the formed ice floats on water – it has a lower density than liquid water.
Another anomaly of the thermal expansion of water – the maximum density is at 4 °C. This is caused by molecules of water clustering into formations similar to an ice grid at temperatures lower than 4 °C – i.e. with larger hollows than in water at higher temperatures. If water is heated from 0 °C to 4 °C, its volume decreases and its density rises. At 4 °C, water reaches its maximum density of 1000 kg per cubic meter. Only from a temperature of 4 °C or above does the volume of water increase and density decrease. In winter, the highest density of water ecosystems is near the bottom, at a temperature of 4 °C. Both above and below this level, the temperature and density is different (lower and higher); organisms can survive in this level during winter.
The polar character of water results in it adapting to an electric field much better than other liquids. A body with an electric charge in water is immediately surrounded by reversely charged ends of clusters of water molecule chains, which decreases the self-charge of the body and limits its action on the environment. Water molecule chains which carry electric charges on their ends are capable of dissolving ionic compounds and cause the solvation of ions.
Water is a non-elastic and non-compressible liquid, which is important for organisms in maintaining their shape.
Water is a compound of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Both hydrogen and oxygen have three isotopes. This implies that water is a heterogeneous compound of substances. Water can form nine different three-dimensional arrangements and actually is a compound of 42 substances.
A magnetic field directly influences and determines the arrangement and formation of water. It has been proven that magnetised and non-magnetised water demonstrate different absorption rates of UV beams. Magnetising provides water with very special and biologically important properties. Water becomes softer (surface and inner tension decreases) and its taste changes, as well. Experiments using “magnetised” water have demonstrated greater resistance in organisms to infections, regulatory effects on the digestive tract and on urinary disorders. Magnetised water acts as a diureticum, it shows anti-arterosclerotic effects and calming effects on the nervous system, it accelerates the depositioning of toxins and metabolic wastes, and helps regenerate tissues. Initial animal experiments have been carried out to observe potential anti-tumour effects.
You can treat these problems as well
- Parkinson’s disease (Parkinson)
- Joint pain
- Muscle fatigue
- Individual option
Using magnetic therapy in the magnetisation of water
Biomag® low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy allows very easy preparation of magnetised water in home conditions – e.g. by inserting a water bottle of fruits in a solenoid applicator. Such water has very good detoxification effects and generally helps maintain and improve the quality of metabolism. It is also suitable for the treatment of skin eczema, etc.
Magnetised water combined with other types of therapy significantly helps recovery. It is usually administered internally, but can be used even for the external rinsing of eyes, wounds or burns. In human and veterinary medicine, combined with therapeutical low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy, it can be administered in virtually all therapeutical programs.
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