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PEMF

PEMF stands for Pulsating Electromagnetic Field. NASA was one of the first to use PEMF because of its enormous health-enhancing effects. There are over 10,000 articles on PEMF and 2,000 of these double blind placebo controlled studies around the internet and elsewhere. So here you can really spend days, weeks and years reading up. The video below is a good summary.

BY USING THE CODE PMT05, YOU GET A 5% DISCOUNT ON THE PEMF MAT AND A 5-YEAR WARRANTY ON THE BEYOND MAT COMPARED TO 3 YEARS WHICH IS THE NORMAL WARRANTY ON THE MAT.

The comparison with a battery

Perhaps the easiest way to understand PEMF is to think of each cell in your body as if it were a small battery, and this is actually a very good comparison. As with any battery, the cells sometimes become discharged or 'tired', whether due to age, stress, overuse or damage, making it harder for them to withstand potentially harmful influences or disease.

Through PEMF therapy, the batteries (i.e. the cells) are recharged. The energy delivered via PEMF devices gives the cells the extra energy they need to better deal with what threatens them, whether it's trauma or a disease-based attack.

PEMF is like a battery charger for the cells, where the charging/energy transfer takes place in principle in the same way as in an induction cooker or when charging a telephone by induction. The mat that you usually lie on in a PEMF context induces its electromagnetic energy from the copper loops in the mat into the body's cells, which in turn get better conditions to do their job. Cell voltage can be measured in the body's cells, and something that should be noted is that a typical feature of cancer cells is that these usually occur when the cell voltage is too low. "The battery is flat" and cancer is more likely to occur.
If you want to read more about our electromagnetic body, this article in Norwegian at Green Doctors is recommended:
https://www.greendoctors.no/var-ele

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