Good Magnet – Bad Magnet

While you are trying to learn some about Magnetic Therapy you can find yourself constantly reading about different mag

nets which they say “do not work”.  Because most of us is no scientist with a little bit a professional description and vovabulary we get easily confused.

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Without enough knowledge it is hard to judge who is telling truth and who is only trying to mislead you – to only buy their product of course. MPS made deep – but not too – summary about what you should know about magnets if you want to make a well based decision. As you can see, we tried to include as many aspect as possible without making it too complicated.

We hope you will find it useful and correct!
You can read our summary HERE.

Super Strong Magnets

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Heavy pain needs strength to be beaten!
Bangles available with 22,000 gauss magnets strength in total.

Click on he picture to see the whole range with various design.

Independent summary about Magnetic Therapy

Sums up the working method, pros and cons in a clear “easy-to-understand” way.
You can also find some tips for the usage!

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1177-MAGNET%20THERAPY.aspx?activeIngredientId=1177&activeIngredientName=MAGNET%20THERAPY

Arthritis and Magnetic therapy

know-home1 Do you suffer from arthritis? Do you know how magnetic therapy may help?
In MPS knowledge center you can find a lot of information about different aspects of magnets and their usage!

Read more HERE!

An other way to use magnetic field for healing

Maybe not many people heard about it, but there is another, widely used method for healing with magnetic field.

The type of magnets is different though, then used in our jewelry. While our bracelets include permanent  magnets, in the mainstream medicine they are using an electric generated field.

It is called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and can help with bone fractures, even mental disorders (like for example depression) or recovering after stroke.

shutterstock_56191381„It works by using an electromagnet placed on the scalp to generate brief magnetic pulses, about the strength of an MRI scan.

These pulses stimulate the part of the brain called the cerebral cortex.”
/ from here /
Many experiments have confirmed it’s success,  which gives a lot of hope for people struggling with diseases, previously considered as incurable.

„Overall, participants who received the magnet therapy improved by 16.3% immediately following treatment and by 22.6% two weeks later. There were no improvements seen in test scores of those who got the other treatment.“
/from here/

We certainly hope, that it will make even more suffer disappear from this world and help to open up our mind for non-traditional ways of healing too!

Great source, independent articles about magnetic therapy

I would like to recommend a page, that discusses a lot of health connected topics. They have a lot about magnetic therapy to read. Pros, contras and all the things it can heal.
If you are planning to purchase, give it a look.

http://www.livestrong.com/article/256955-pain-relief-with-magnet-therapy/

Slice of the History in pictures

Magnetic Therapy in the 19th century

It is well known that magnetic therapy is not the invention of the 21th century. It was even mentioned in “The Yellow Emperor’s Book of Internal Medicine” written around 2,000 B.C. in China. Now here you can see some interesting pictures from the 19th century. Ads that show how they used magnets, what they used them for and a slight insight in to the “fashion”.

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Electromagnetic hairbrush (late 19th century) Claims are for successful treatment of baldness and dandruff as well as headaches.

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Electromagnetic (actually magnetic) corsets, braces, insoles and appliances that are a “blessing for delicate women and a boon for weak or nervous men.”

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Wilson’s “magneto-conservative” underwear. Note claims that the entire body can be enclosed and every form of disease is responsive . How comfortable might have that been?

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“Wilsonia” magnetic corsets, “physicians recommend” .

If you would like to get some more information about magnets and magnetic therapy, you can find it HERE.

Source: A Historical Perspective of the Popular Use of Electric and Magnetic Therapy /Jeffrey R. Basford, MD, PhD/