The following documentary, “Natural Mystery – Electrical Bodies”, initially aired on the Discovery channel, emphasizes the importance of electricity in nature and in our bodies. The natural flow of electricity within helps to explain why microcurrents can be so powerful to help heal.
How does the body heal wounds electrically? In “Healing power of electricity raises hope of new treatments” that question is answered by researchers in the UK. One of the researchers, Professor McCaig explains, “These natural signals are instantaneous. The moment you make a wound, there’s an electrical signal at the wound edge and it lasts as long as it takes the wound to heal up.”
While Cranial Electro Stimulation devices are licensed in the US, they are only available by prescription. When dealing with CES technology since the 1980s, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has shown a reluctance to recognize the large body of research that has consistently been presented.
A presentation titled “Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation Presentation to FDA Neurology Panel, February 2012” sums up the considerable body of CES research.
Dr. Otto Warburg, a noted German research scientist, was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1931. Simply stated, he discovered how oxygen works to keep our cells and ultimately our bodies healthy. Another way of stating it, “His research confirmed that lack of oxygen plays the major role in causing cells to become cancerous.” In “Confirmation of Dr. Warburg’s Work” the work of several scientists is reviewed. “The evidence from these doctors’ research is conclusive: Oxygen plays the primary role in health and well-being.” And it is a simple matter to freshly bubble ozone into a glass of water to boost the amount of oxygen we drink.
This video documents research based on a Canadian team’s visits to Europe and North America to check out the use of PEMF. Magda Havas starts with the deleterious effects of wireless communication systems in “EMF can harm and can heal using PEMF (Pulsating Electromagnetic Field Therapy)”
A short and snappy You Tube video “Electricity Helps Heal Wounds” presents discoveries showing why microcurrents help heal wounds. April 2013
Back in January 1983, Omni magazine featured an article by Kathleen McAuliffe simply titled “Brain Tuner” about rock superstar Peter Townshend—not about his career but rather about his remarkable recovery from a severe addiction. His recovery was news as he had been treated with a simple frequency device that had taken away his cravings without any withdrawal symptoms. The hero was Dr. Meg Patterson using her Cranial Electro Stimulation (CES) device that was dubbed “The Black Box.”
Researchers in Europe studied the effects of microcurrents on rat skin to discover that: “electrostimulation of the tissue resulted in remarkably increased ATP concentrations. With currents from 50 uA to 1000 uA, the ATP levels were increased threefold to fivefold.” ATP is crucial to the energy of cells that drive our body processes. Published in 1982 as “The Effects of Electric Current on ATP Generation, Protein Synthesis, and Membrane Transport in Rat Skin.”
Unusual evidence reveals that the electrical nature of our bodies goes beyond what research pioneers have discovered over the past century and more. The new evidence reveals that we have microbes in our guts that function electrically. In “Have we found alien life?” Kenneth Nealson, the scientist who first discovered the electrical bacteria speaks eloquently of the electrical nature of our universe: “From the mightiest blue whale to the most humble microbe, every organism depends on moving and manipulating electrons.” January 2015
The Scripps Research Institute in the US issued a press release heralding breakthrough research: “Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute Make Strides in Addressing Mysteries of Ozone in the Human Body.” Referring to ozone, scientists stated they had
been gathering evidence over the last few years that the human body produces the reactive gas … as part of a mechanism to protect it from bacteria and fungi.
An amazing discovery! February 27, 2003