All alternative therapies, in their own way, cater to a holistic approach and involve natural substances to restore health and cure imbalance in the body.
Magnetotherapy occupies a prominent place in non-medical modes of treatment, although its use is not very common in Pakistan. Globally it is used in conjunction with medical treatment. In India, the therapy is so advanced that it is used on its own to help cure and manage diseases.
Its theory is that disease is a result of imbalance in the electro-magnetic forces present in the body. A disturbance of the natural vibratory frequency of the cells of any part of the body gives rise to disease. Magnet therapy restores the vibratory frequency of various organs and re-establishes their balance to help restore health.
Cleopatra’s beauty is said to be a result of a small magnet she always wore. But the remedial use of the magnet was discovered by Paracelsus (1493 -1641), a Swiss alchemist who is called the father of magnetotheraphy.
Treatment by magnets is carried out on the basis that the North Pole of a magnet stimulates and the South Pole is inhibitive to growth. The strength of a magnet is called gauss; magnets of industrial use are of higher gauss and those of personal use, lower gauss.
It is believed that when magnets are kept in contact with the diseased area of the body and correct strength and gauss is applied, that part regains its natural vibratory frequency and healing ensues.
Another use of magnets is magnetised water, which is made by keeping two glass bottles, one on the North Pole and one on the South Pole of a medium-strength magnet, for 24 hours. Great healing properties have been attributed to this magnetised water and it is regularly used by many people in India. Magnetised hair oil, too, has enhanced properties to control falling hair.
Internationally the use of magnetic bracelets, belts and inner soles is very common. Needless to say, this therapy needs a certified magnet therapist. Read about more therapy choices...Click Here
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