WHAT MAGNETIC THERAPY DOES
The biological response to a static positive magnetic field is acid-hypoxia. The biological response to the static negative magnetic fieldis alkaline-hyperoxia. Positive magnetic field therapy is limited to brief exposure to stimulate neuronal and catabolic glandular functions. Positive magnetic field therapy should be under medical supervision due to the danger of prolonged application, producing acid-hypoxia.
Negative magnetic field therapy has a wide application in such things as cell differentiation, healing, production of adenosine triphosphateby oxidative phosphorylation and processing of toxins by oxidoreductase enzymes and resolution of calcium and amino acid insoluble deposits. Negative magnetic field therapy is not harmful and can effectively be used both under medical supervision and self-help application. Some of the values of magnetic therapy are:
•Enhanced sleep with its health-promoting value by production of melatonin.
•Enhanced healing by production of growth hormone.
•Energy production by virtue of oxidoreductase enzyme production of adenosine triphosphate and catalytic remnant magnetism.
•Detoxification by activation of oxidoreductase enzymes processing free radicals, acids, peroxides, alcohols and aldehydes.
•Pain resolution by replacing acid-hypoxia with alkaline-hyperoxia.
•Reversal of acid-hypoxia degenerative diseases by replacement of acid-hypoxia with alkaline-hyperoxia.
•Antibiotic effect for all types of human invading micro-organisms.
•Cancer remission by virtue of blocking the acid-dependent enzyme function producing ATP by fermentation.
•Resolution of calcium and amino acid insoluble deposits by maintaining alkalinization.
•Neuronal calming providing control over emotional, mental and seizure disorders. “Magnetic therapy has been observed to have the highest predictable results of any therapy I have observed in 40 years of medical practice. ”William H. Philpott, M.D.
ABOUT WILLIAM H. PHILPOTT, M.D.
William H. Philpott, M.D. has specialty training and practice in psychiatry, neurology, electroencephalography, nutrition, environmental medicine and toxicology.