Ozone for teeth fillings!

BBC LogoIn “Dentists hail the end of fillings” the use of ozone in dentistry is described … not just to ozonate water to rinse your mouth. “The treatment, called Healozone, uses a blast of ozone gas to kill bacteria. The painless procedure allows saliva to strengthen damaged teeth naturally.”

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Are Electrical Implants the Medicine of the Future?

The Caduceus“Many doctors are thrilled by this emerging vision of the body electric,” says Michael Arndt, “because it provides fixes beyond the ken of the medical mainstream.” In “Rewiring the Body” the author reveals that microcurrent implants alleviate seizures. Implants are also being considered to help with appetite control and to stimulate movement from paralysis. March 2005.

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“Effects of Electrically Generated Silver Ions on Human Cells and Wound Healing”

Dr Robert BeckerWhat is silver’s secret? Silver encourages the formation of stem cells! Stem cells are highly beneficial to the healing process. They have the ability to form whatever type of cell is needed—skin, muscle, nerve or bone cells.  Robert O. Becker authored this research paper revealing enhanced healing of several types of wounds with silver ions in 2000.

http://www.hydrosolinfo.com/pdf/2.pdf

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Microcurrents for Pain … and More

Dr KirschMicrocurrent technology actually helps heal the problem rather than simply override pain. After a brief review of a few milestones using electricity for pain, Dr. Daniel L. Kirsch author of “Why Electromedicine? Harnessing the electrochemical basis of biological processes, electromedicine offers a wide range of applications in the pain arena,” says, “microcurrent electrical therapy (MET) now attempts to alter or eliminate the pain message by inducing normalization of neural function, as well as healing at the pain site …”

http://bobbeck.com/pdfs/science-why-electromedicine.pdf

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The Heart … a Powerful Electric Motor

BBC LogoAfter growing heart cell tissue from a few rat heart cells, scientists in the UK, applied a gentle electric current designed to mimic the body’s natural electricity. “Beating heart tissue grown in lab” describes their success in getting the heart tissue to beat!

The real advance here,” declared one researcher, “is we mimicked what the body does itself and got it to work.”

http://newsvote.bbc.co.uk/mpapps/pagetools/print/news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/4091497.stm

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