All cells in the body share common components, regardless of their type. One of the common constituents of all cells is ions.  Ions are positively and negatively charged particles that conduct electromagnetic pulses from within the cell. The electromagnetic pulses allow the cell to function. Without ions, a cell cannot live. (nor could we!) In a normal healthy cell, the ions are distributed around the cell with all of the positive ions on one side and the negative ions on the opposing side. The ions which live outside of the cell in the tissues will align with that inside of the cell so that opposing poles are together with the cell membrane between them (see a diagram of the healthy cell above).  This allows fluid, oxygen and nutrients (fluid exchange) to move freely in and out of the cell while maintaining the natural balance within the cell (homeostasis). 

In a diseased (injured) cell, the positive and negative ions do not stay on opposing sides of the cell. They are disrupted and scatter randomly around the cell. At the same time the ions on the outside of the cell membrane also become scattered as they try to find their opposing pole, this results in cellular imbalance. Extra fluid from the tissues outside the cell is able to penetrate the cell which in turn pushes vital nutrients, hormones, and electrolytes (salts) out of the cell. The cell’s ability to function is greatly reduced and cellular degeneration begins, which if not corrected will lead to cell death.

Biomagnetism works in the human body through the circulatory system, the nervous system, and the endocrine system.  Magnetism is continuously penetrating every known particle, right down to the atom.  Its ordering effect on living systems arises from the fact that magnetism is a blueprint of life itself.  All known energies have as a base this electromagnetic field. The latest research indicates that magnetism has a very significant biological effect on human beings.

Dr. H.L. Bansel points out that magnetism increases the electrical conductivity of the blood. Weak currents run through blood and the quantities of ions are increased. The newly ionized blood circulating throughout the body can significantly contribute to the efficiency of the blood flow as well as having a stabilizing effect on both high and low blood pressure.

Blood contains ferrous hemoglobin (iron) that functions as a carrier of oxygen and carbon dioxide. As the blood circulates in the lungs, fully magnetized ferrous hemoglobin is able to transport more oxygen to cell tissue as well as taking more carbon dioxide waste from the cell back to the lungs for removal.


Biomagnetism works to regulate and normalize hormone secretion in the glands.  It is currently believed that the increased electrical current being produced forms like a net around the glands and secretory ducts.  An extra concentration of oxygen stimulates production while the electrical net regulates optimum secretion. As a result, conditions caused by a lack of hormone secretion or a hormone imbalance are affected through normalizing the hormone functions within the body.  Hormones play a very important role in rejuvenation and in general energy levels while proper circulation ensures that the hormone level is evenly distributed to all parts of the body.

When magnetic "flux" (the north/south flow of a magnet) passes through tissue, a secondary current is created around the flux lines in the tissue cells.  This ionizes the protoplasm and rejuvenates the tissues by activating cell metabolism.  The function of the cell becomes strengthened as the cell metabolism responds to the bioelectrical currents initiated by the magnetic flux.  This current induces muscle spasms to decrease and the activated cell metabolism lowers inflammation in the tissue.  The increase of cellular metabolism aids in regeneration as well as in new cell growth.

The negative pole energies of magnetism interfere with the nerve cell's ability to send pain impulses to the brain for the pain to be registered.  Blood cells have potassium in their center which has a positive bioelectric charge.  The nerve cell differs in the opposite way.   During a pain response, the outside switches to potassium with a positive bioelectric charge.  Through attraction, the negative pole charge of a magnet creates a "Blend" of the potassium's positive bioelectric charge as the natural flow of current is towards the negative pole.

As the use of biomagnetics in clinics around the world continues to increase, healers are seeing firsthand how natural magnetism promotes health and provides energy by eliminating disorder in the various biological systems.  Stimulating blood circulation and building new cells to rejuvenate the tissues of the body does this.  The biomagnetic effect on iron and oxygen in the body allows the hemoglobin active movement, thereby activating circulations in a remarkable way.  Ineffective and weakened blood cells are appropriately strengthened and more fresh, vital blood is pumped in the system.  With the respiratory exchange, improved and cellular metabolism activated to increase vitality, prevention and cure of disease become a natural conclusion.



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