The Magnet-therapy works as a medicine and restores the body to its natural state in due course. Now the question, what is the process of Magnet -therapy. The magnetic treatment has its effect on the body mainly through blood circulation system and also through other systems, namely digestive, nervous, urinary and respiratory. There have several methods of application of magnets to the different parts of the body for the treatment of different diseases. Some scientist and physicians are in favor of using one single pole at a time. Sometimes they suggest applying North Pole for 10 to 15 minutes and immediately thereafter to apply South Pole for another 10 to 15 minutes. But the single pole theory is a old theory while the bipolar application of magnets is based on the latest double pole theory of the magnetic treatment.
Here we are giving some general rule for using North Pole and South Pole of magnets for different ailments .The magnets are mainly used by two methods, i.e. (i) by general application, and (ii) by local application.
This process of Magnet-therapy involves the use of a pair of magnets one with predominance of north pole and other with predominance of south pole . Based on the electrical affinity of the body the north pole is to be applied to the right side , front side and upper side of body, and on the other hand the south pole to be used to the left side, back side and lower side of the body. For better results a pair of magnets is applied to the palms of hands in the event of any disease in the upper portion of the body i.e. above navel and the magnets should be applied under sole of the feet in case of the disease of the lower part of the body, that is below navel.
This method of application of magnets does not take into consideration whether the disease is infectious or purely functional or superficial. This method is suitable where the disease is bilateral and is of the chronic nature or affects either the whole body or greater portion of the body, where the perfect localization is not possible.
There are five useful methods of General therapeutic application of magnets : –
1) North Pole at Right hand and South Pole at Left Hand.
2) North Pole at Right Hand and South Pole under Left Foot.
3) North Pole at Left Hand and South Pole under Left Foot.
4) North Pole at Right Hand and South Pole under Right Foot.
5) North Pole under Right Foot and South Pole under Left Foot.
This process of magnet-therapy involves the use of magnets in the localized area such as a knee, a foot, eye, nose, hand, painful vertebra etc. Whether one or two or even three magnets are to be applied depends upon the acuteness and the type of the disease. This method is also better suited in case of localized infection such as wounds, pyorrhea, sudden pain etc where only the use of North Pole can be done and the uses of South Pole may be harmful. In certain cases like nasal polyps and tonsillitis it would appear illogical to restore the general treatment, because the spot application will be not only needed but also would be very much useful.
In this method of treatment a strict devotion to the right and left or front and back or upper and lower rule loses significance. The selected pole of a magnet applied to the affected part of the body directly i.e. in the close contact with the bare skin, although it can be applied over one layer of cloth also.
Now we shall give you some idea for in which cases the single North or South Pole may be applied as a process of Magnet-therapy: –
1. Arthritis (to dissolve slowly the Calcium of the joints.)
2. Hemorrhage (After birth or due to female weak organs)
3. Bleeding (wounds, cuts, bruises etc.)
6. Broken bones, fractures.
8. High Blood Pressure (North Pole under right ear down the artery)
9. Infection ( Pus or discharge due to any infection)
10. Kidney stone or infection.
11. Sprains in back, hips, legs feet, ankles etc.
12. Teeth and gums.
1) Pains (stiffness and weakness in forelimbs, arms, legs shoulders, hips, knees etc.)
2) Poor Digestion and gas formation, acidity in stomach.
3) Less production of insulin
4) Prostate enlargement.
5) Heart (weak heart or heart muscles, reduction of pulse rate and heart beats.)
6) Neuralgia (specially Headache)
7) Weakness of muscles.
8) Weakness to walk.
Magnetized water is another great example of process of Magnet-therapy. The live tissues are mostly colloidal solutions.
Scientists have arrived at the conclusion that the magnetic field can influence biological process. When a permanent magnet is kept in continuous contact with water, for considerable time the water is not only influenced by the magnetic flux, but also become magnetized and acquires magnetic properties. Such magnetized water has some positive effect on human body when taken internally at a regular interval for a considerable period.
The method of preparation of magnetized water is as simple as it is effective. All that is required is a pair of strong magnet and clean glass bottles or glass jugs properly corked or covered. To prepare the Magnetized Water the boiled and cooled water should be filled in the glass bottles or jugs which should be properly corked or covered. The bottles 0r jugs should be kept separately on the North Pole and the South Pole for about 12 hours which helps the magnetic emanations pass through the glass and penetrate the water imparting the beneficial effect. Now the North Pole and South Pole Magnetized Water are ready. Generally the water of the both North Pole and South Pole bottle are mixed and used for general purpose of Magnetic-therapy. The water thus prepared can be kept for about 5 days on room temperature and for about 10 days in the refrigerator. The normal dosage of Magnetized Water for an adult is about 50 ml thrice daily and may be required to increase 5 to 6 times as per needed for required result of the therapeutic application of magnets.