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.