Sequoyah Kennedy reports on the research:
The most recent intestinal intrigue is the discovery that human gut bacteria produce electricity. Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley found that our digestive system is full of a type of bacteria called electrogenic bacteria. It’s not that scientists have discovered a new type of human gut bacteria, it’s that most of the bacteria in the digestive system generate electricity and scientists just never noticed before. The reason for this comes down to the means of electricity generation.
The author continues by shedding light on the research led by Sam Light:
The end result of this discovery is that a whole host of bacteria just got a lot more interesting. The different electrogenic bacteria that exist in humans alone is staggering. Probiotics turn out to be electrogenic, but so do the bacteria that cause a number of horrible diseases like listeria, gangrene, and staph infections, as well as the bacteria responsible for causing diarrhea.
Thankfully the medical research in 1991 on which Robert C. Beck D.Sc. based the Beck Protocol, found that microcurrents or a very gentle level of electricity disabled pathogens or disease-causing bacteria and viruses yet left healthy cells intact.
“Scientists Find Human Gut Bacteria Generates Electricity”, Mysterious Universe, September 24, 2018
For those who prefer microbiology terminology, the article was published, along with a letter from the researchers Light et al. at the University of California, Berkeley in the October 2018 issue of the prestigious publication, Nature: “The electrifying energy of gut microbes”
“A far-reaching study conducted by scientists at Cincinnati Children’s reports that the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)—best known for causing mononucleosis—also increases the risks for some people of developing seven other major diseases.” This is a major breakthrough in medical science—both for the cause of, and to find effective treatment for, chronic illnesses. Unfortunately, while reporting that infection from the EBV is widespread, the scientists do not suggest a treatment other than more research to develop pharmaceuticals.
The scientists missed an opportunity to report on medical research conducted at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1991 as a treatment. The 1991 research discovered that mild electricity or microcurrents had the power to disable virus as well as other pathogens in blood. The research to cleanse the blood has far reaching effects for disease as clearing the blood is a major step to boosting the immune system. Once the immune system is strengthened the body has the ability to heal. Back in 1991, the medical researchers could not get funding for further research but they did file a patent for human treatment describing how an,
… electric current flow through the blood or other body fluids at a magnitude that is biologically compatible but is sufficient to render the bacteria, virus, parasites and/or fungus ineffective to infect or affect normally healthy cells while maintaining the biological usefulness of the blood or other body fluids. (United States Patent Number: 5,188,738, Feb. 23, 1993. Italics added. The research was published in Surgical Technology International V, 1996.)
While the Albert Einstein research was eventually published, it would have been forgotten if not for Dr. Robert (Bob) C. Beck, D.Sc. Two of the four steps of the Beck Protocol use microcurrents to disarm virus so they can no longer infect cells—allowing the pathogens to be flushed out of the body.
“Epstein-Barr virus linked to seven serious diseases”
Medical research using electricity, even to quell serious diseases such as cancer, is escalating in countries around the world. Researchers at Kumamoto University in Japan have identified a very high level voltage Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) that is:
The optimal PEF conditions for increasing the permeability of a cell membrane to calcium. This technique is appealing as a potential cancer treatment since cancer cells are particularly sensitive to an abnormal influx of calcium, it is comparatively cheap, and it has few side effects.
In addition to Pulsed Electric Fields (PEF), Pulsed electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) and gentle microcurrents of electricity have been researched and are used to disarm harmful, disease-causing microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses.
News channels have alerted the public to the rising number of deaths from the use of opioids—a class of drugs that encompasses both prescription and street-use. The FDA in the United States has approved an electronic, a CES (Cranial Electro Stimulation) type device, “to reduce the symptoms of opioid withdrawal”.
While CES devices have had approval for the treatment of insomnia, anxiety and depression, this is the first electronic device to be approved to treat addictions. Back in January 1983, Omni magazine featured how rock musician Peter Townshend, after treatment by British physician, Dr. Meg Patterson overcame his addiction without withdrawal symptoms. Since then a wealth of research has been conducted using CES. Dr. Ray Smith, a pioneer in the field, published several research studies showing the effectiveness of CES devices. Informal reports (testimonials) have surfaced over the years indicating CES can be an effective treatment for drug withdrawal.
Find out more about this cutting edge technology:
“FDA grants marketing authorization of the first device for use in helping to reduce the symptoms of opioid withdrawal”
“FDA approved an electrical device to help ease opioid withdrawal”
Using frequencies to balance brain function has been well-researched for decades using Cranial Electro Stimulation (CES) devices similar to Bob Beck’s Brain Tuner.
Research at Boston University is using specific alternating current or frequencies to control brain function in two fundamental brain areas—the medial frontal cortex and the lateral prefrontal cortex. The research suggests that the use of high-definition transcranial alternating current stimulation (HD-tACS) shows promise to replace prescription drugs with fewer potential side-effects.
CES is approved by the FDA for anxiety, depression and insomnia, allowing these conditions to be handled without the use of drugs. CES uses frequencies designed to simply bring brain chemicals into balance. This new research uses frequencies to specifically change the executive function of the brain.
It would seem that both technologies have the potential to improve the ability to learn more readily.
Read Now: “Scientists Just Used Brain Stimulation to Literally Change How People Think”
More details about the research are given in a media release from Boston University titled
A “Turbo Charge” for Your Brain?
“In a placebo-controlled randomised double blind study the healing process” of three groups with identical wounds of the oral mucosa were treated. The oral surgeon who conducted the study, irrigated the mouth of one group with ozonated or ozonised water, one group with water, and one group without treatment.
The study took place at the University of Basel in Switzerland. The surgeon reported: “The application of ozonised water clearly showed an acceleration of wound healing within the first 48 hours, resulting in earlier epithelial wound closure after 7 days.”
“The Influence of Ozonised Water on the Epithelial Wound Healing Process in the Oral Cavity”
A research report on a study conducted in China indicates that ozonated water functions to stimulate “immune activation and immune regulation” as well as other healing mechanisms. In addition, with oral mucositis induced by chemotherapy, ozonated water reduced the pain as it had an analgesic effect.
This study had one group of hospital patients suffering with mouth ulcers, as a result of Behcet’s disease, gargle with ozonated water while the control group gargled with a different solution. The medical researchers reported that the group gargling with ozonated water “had significant improvement in healing oral ulcers and relieving the pain.”
“Application of ozonated water in oral ulcer patients with Behcet’s disease”
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen, using the eyes, “found that the body’s internal electric field plays a crucial role in the healing of damaged cells and tissue. Dr. Colin McCaig and his team studied the healing of damaged rat corneas.”
The team discovered that with the cells of a healthy cornea, the body pumps positively charged ions in and negatively charged ions are pushed out. In a damaged cornea, the body’s electrical field disappears. They also discovered that inducing an electric field speeded up healing.
In the Newsbriefs section on page 6 of the November 2002 International Health News: “Electric fields play a key role in healing” as published in NewScientist, September 28, 2002.
The use of magnetic fields as a medical therapy is rapidly expanding.
TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) has already been approved by the FDA to treat depression. Now, in addition to recent research indicating effectiveness to treat cocaine addiction, its use has been expanded further.
With anxiety being a growing concern in many countries, research in Germany at the Würzburg University Hospital, brings new light to treatment. The research indicates that magnetic stimulation of the brain shows promise to increase the benefits of behavior therapy for anxiety.
The second edition of a medical text about internal medicine heralds a new era by featuring a chapter on Energy Medicine. More specifically, the tome features the application of microcurrents and pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF). The book also documents the healing power of microcurrents and PEMF by describing the cellular mechanics that are triggered along with before and after photographs, thermal images, MR-PDW images, radiographs and illustrations—all in full-color.
In the Preface, Dr. Al-Tubaikh writes: “I took the opportunity of publishing the second edition of this book to introduce the reader to a whole new world that uses therapies based on biophysics rather than biochemistry for conventional, pharmacological medicine uses.” While the book was published in Europe, the SOTA Magnetic Pulser, designed and sold by a Canadian company was featured.
Internal Medicine: An Illustrated Radiological Guide 2nd ed. 2017 Edition, Jarrah Ali Al-Tubaikh, MD