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Unread 10-25-2012, 01:11 PM   #1
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I posted a link for this subject on the 'important links' section here, but I wanted to expand on this experiement. It involves low resonance electro-magnetic waves being applied to lab mice that have been introduced to a neurotoxin that gave them motor neuropathy - grip strength in particular. The results are consistent with some type of prologed success (82% recovery).

I contacted the doctor who is responsible for the scientific equation that validates the results, Jerry Jacobson, who lives an hour or so from me. He said he might be able to help me, and I am waiting for him to call me with details. I don't want to go into too much depth to protect the doctor, etc., but here's the article. Nerve conduction through electro-magnetic waves-

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...173574721.html
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Unread 10-30-2012, 09:07 PM   #2
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Got an appointment on Monday for a magnetic resonance therapy session. Here's a link to Dr. Jacobson's many treatments for a variety of traumas and diseases. PubMed has published biblios as a function of NIH for a lot of his experiments. Think MRI, but with practical effects on the body. While they have approval to treat many illnesses, neuropathy is not one of them. The article I referenced touts an experiment on mice. That's as far as the FDA will let them go.
So, I will be having a 'relaxation session' in the device. I get the impression, from talking to the good doctor, that I will be feeling improvement in more than just my blood pressure. I will keep the forum posted on any progress that may occur. Stay tuned.

http://www.earthpulse.net/jacobsonresonance.htm
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I use magnets for pain all the time. For the past decade or more.

They do not cure...but they block pain when against the nerves that are problematic. I've used them for my knee and tendon injury too.
These are special high gauss magnets called neodymium. If you search
"magnets" you find several posts. Brian also uses them.

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ALS patient begins to speak and move limbs after several months of Magnetic Resonance Therapy three times a week! Nerve regeneration is for real- I'm going in on Monday to Jacobson's clinic I'm over the moon for this! Read it for yourself-


http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/archive...p/t-52010.html


Parkinsons patient shows dramatic improvement after 10 treatments in Bahamas.

http://www.globenewswire.com/news-re...in-Nassau.html
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These articles were from 2004 and 2005. Why haven't we heard much about it? Maybe people have been looking in the wrong places. I know one thing, I'm going to find out first hand what the results will be.

Treatments for fee paying clients began on Monday, January 5. Since December 8th Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MRT) has been used as an adjunct therapy, and has successfully relieved the pain and suffering from individuals with osteo and rheumatoid arthritis, gout, fibromyalgia, PMS, tension and migraine headaches, broken bones, tendonitis, pulled muscles, sprains and strains, neuropathy, sciatica, lower back pain, and more
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Ok, this explains in detail what this actually is-

http://www.drjerryjacobson.com/1/pos...resonator.html

The Jacobson Resonator
08/23/2012

The Jacobson Resonator was named by NASA engineers, at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, who first prototyped the investigational device in 1996. It is an electromagnetic (Helmholtz configuration- see www.drjerryjacobson.com) that produces extremely weak magnetic fields. The magnetic fields were calculated by the unified field equation known as Jacobson Resonance. This equation was first used in 1979 to predict the nature of the magnetic profile of humans, and other living systems. The magnetic forces are about 10 million times weaker than the natural magnetic field of the Earth, and billions of times weaker than MRI.

Professor David Cohen of MIT first measured these magnetic fields in association with the human brain and heart (1971) but he and his colleagues believed them to be noise , emanating from stronger interactions. Jacobson, in 1979, predicted the existence of such forces, independently (not knowing of their measurement), that is, these weak magnetic fields are vital to living systems; whereas, disease or injury changes then strength (and frequency) of living tissues. Renormalization of naturally occurring magnetic fields, is essential, and Jacobson collaborated with researchers are major universities to study the effects of these calculated forces on animals. (Mice and dogs)

Thus, it was demonstrated that Jacobson Resonance magnetic fields exerted a profound effect on living systems.

The theory behind the equation was simple. It proposed that matter and space communicated through magnetic resonance. Furthermore, it was concluded that there is no such thing as empty space, but extra-dimensional matter/energy existing in a perfectly ordered and designed state (making it physically undetectable by man).
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Went to a therapy session this week with a guy who was into far eastern healing, specializing in feet, and also an RN who was into holistic medicine. They put my feet in lukewarm water, turned the magnetic resonance machine on across the room, which looked like one of my old stereo receivers from the '70's - it showed a number on the readout that Dr. Jacobson had chosen as something that would work for me.
So, the guy massaged my feet, worked the uric acid out of them, worked certain parts that were connected to the kidneys and lymphatic system. I drank water because the RN said that when he worked the kidneys, I was supposed to be thirsty. She asked questions about diet, mood, etc., looking for supplements that might help eventually. After the massage, I was instructed to walk on a mat with stones and magnets on it. I took one home with me to work on every other night for ten minutes. He said that it's big in China.
They said the resonator doesn't re-generate nerves (shocker!), and that the therapy was designed to get the feet working better and keep them working, which it seemed to do. Pain was largely unaffected, but feet did feel slightly more useful. So, as expected, no cure, just therapy. The guy said stem cells were our best shot to regenerate nerves. Shocker. He said he worked with diabetic patients, but once again, I'm not diabetic in the least, and since there's no known cause, he'll have to experiment in order to help me.
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I have a prescription for anodyne therapy. My mother is recovering from a stroke, and her therapist suggested it for neuropathy. I found a thread on here, but it didn't really say much as far as results go, they were basically mixed. I'm sure many people know that it's supposed to improve blood flow in specific areas. It is basically advertised for diabetic neuropathy, which I don't have. Does anybody have any feedback on anodyne? They want me to go in three times a week, and I don't want to waste my time with another procedure if possible. Thanks, Brue
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