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PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy is a non-invasive treatment that has been used for various health conditions.

Some of the potential benefits of PEMF therapy include:

  • Pain relief: PEMF therapy has been shown to help reduce pain, particularly in conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Improved circulation: PEMF therapy can help improve blood circulation, which can promote healing and reduce inflammation.
  • Accelerated healing: By stimulating cell metabolism and enhancing cellular repair processes, PEMF therapy may help accelerate the healing of injuries, wounds, and fractures.
  • Reduced inflammation: PEMF therapy has anti-inflammatory effects, which can help reduce swelling and pain associated with inflammatory conditions.
  • Better sleep: Many people report improved sleep quality and relaxation after using PEMF therapy, which can be beneficial for overall health and well-being.
  • Enhanced recovery: Athletes and fitness enthusiasts may benefit from PEMF therapy to speed up recovery after intense workouts or injuries.
  • Stress reduction: PEMF therapy may help reduce stress and improve overall mental well-being by promoting relaxation and reducing anxiety.
  • Improved bone health: PEMF therapy has been studied for its potential to improve bone density and help with conditions like osteoporosis.
  • Enhanced immune function: Some research suggests that PEMF therapy can help boost the immune system, making it more effective at fighting off infections and illnesses.

Cellular health is the foundation and the first step to making sure the rest of the body functions at an optimal level. We tend to view the body in parts; A body consists of organs, the organs consist of cells, it’s the trillions of cells in the human body that make up the bones, tissues and organs and it’s critical the cells receive the support they need. Healthy diet alone, regular exercise, supplements and body work is not enough. Every cell, just like the whole human organism, has a metabolism: water, nutrients and oxygen have to get in, metabolism products need to be taken out.

For the cells, this transport is handled through openings in the surface, the so-called cell membrane. These valves in the cell membrane open and close as needed. This mechanism is based on voltage potential, ie; the difference in voltage between the cell interior and the intercellular space. The right or wrong amount of such potential is responsible for healthy or diseased cell metabolism.

Frequency therapy is believed to regulate this voltage potential; this is the underlying theory to explain why frequency therapy is a procedure that can be used to support energetic balance in the variety of ways.

Humans are only as healthy as the health of their cells and their ability to communicate with each other. Cell health can therefore be determined by one simple perimeter; the electric cell membrane voltage.

Why is Ion Transport important?

It opens the channels for nutrient exchange and detoxification of the cells. The ion transport works at the cellular level to “normalize” the function of cells. Every cell has its own frequency and the frequency package that is embodied in the pulsed electromagnetic signal produces a resonance effect.

This patented “key to the cells”. The transmembrane potential of the cell (the potential difference across the cell wall) is increased. This stimulates the metabolic processes. The cell membrane also becomes more porous, thereby facilitating the ion transport effect where both positive and negative ions are simultaneously transported out of the electrolytic fluids and into surrounding cells.

The “patented” phenomenon stimulates electroporation of the cell membrane, where tiny pores or “ion channels” are opened during pulses. This effect increases trans membrane potential, electron transport, and tree radical scavenging, which is significantly important for anti-aging and treating chronic conditions.