Pulsed magnetotherapy penetrates the human tissue evenly and can thus act, as one of the few methods, also at the site of internal inflammation.
Where pulsed magnetotherapy is applied, it acts on each cell and induces weak electric currents in it. Due to this induction of electric currents, changes in cell surface potentials occur. The basis of any detoxification process is precisely a better supply of nutrients and better removal of metabolic wastes from the tissues.
The main detoxifying organ in the body is the liver, and therefore it is recommended to focus on it during pulsed magnetotherapy applications. Adequate hydration also supports the liver’s function, and fluids that have undergone so-called magnetisation can be used for this purpose. It is a process whereby the pulsed magnetotherapy applied to water changes the structure of the water. This water has, among other things, a better ability to bind oxygen molecules and is softer, thus better dissolving and removing waste substances and other metabolites.