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Uses of magnets for common ailments
Application of magnetic therapy
Magnetic Therapy Research
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The effects of magnetic fields on the taste of water.
Depending on the where you live magnetising water may have no effect at all on
the taste of your water or it may dramatically improve the taste of the water.
This is due to the vast differences in the calcium and magnesium (the minerals
that make up lime scale) content of the water. Most people will be familiar with
the terms hard and soft water, hard water refers to water containing a high
concentration of calcium and magnesium and soft water refers to water with low
Water that is hard contains calcium and magnesium compounds. Rain water is
naturally soft - it does not contain any minerals, but as it seeps through the
ground it can pick up minerals, such as calcium and magnesium compounds, from
the soil and rocks it passes through. If rain water passes through soft rocks
like chalk or limestone, it picks up these minerals. If it passes through hard
rocks, such as granite or through peaty soils, it does not pick up these
minerals and so remains soft.
Hard water causes pipes to fur up and scale to collect in kettles and in
electric irons and washing machines. If the scale collects on heating elements
it shortens their life and makes appliances less efficient. It is also more
difficult to work up a lather from soap, washing up liquid and washing powders.
It can also cause "tide marks" on basins, sinks, baths and toilets.
The map below shows generally hard and soft water areas. The map is only an
indication because even hard water areas can contain pockets of soft water and
vice versa. You can get detailed information from your water company.
If you live in a hard water area you will notice quite a considerable difference
in the taste of your water once it has been magnetised. The magnetic field
reduces the calcium and magnesium content in the water, which softens the water
and improves the taste. If you already drink soft water, you will probably
notice very little difference, or no difference at all to the taste of your
water once it has been magnetised.
Magnetised water may sound like a panacea for all illnesses and ailments but
unfortunately it isnít that simple. Magnetised water has numerous benefits for
the body and it will boost the strength of externally used magnets by 10 times,
but when used alone it will not take all the symptoms of an ailment away with
out any other magnetic devices.
Having said this magnetic water is an extremely powerful natural liquid that has
immense potential , for assisting in the treatment of a huge variety of
conditions. As research into magnetic water continues I can only conclude that
an even greater list of properties and benefits will continue to be discovered.
I recommend that all of my patients drink at least 4 glasses (330ml) of
magnetised liquid everyday. It is perfectly safe to drink as much magnetised
water as you like, there is not limit and you can never overdose on it. In some
chronic and severe conditions the more you drink the greater the benefit.
Throw off the age old scepticism of magnetic water, just because you may not
have covered this topic in high school science does not mean that it is not a
bona fide scientifically proven substance. The evidence is out there waiting to
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