How does Biomagnetic Pair work?
This therapy consists in a trained therapist strategically placing magnets with the correct potency (1000 gauss strength) on the body of a patient to change the pH of the organs treated. When the pH of said organ is neutral, this makes it inhabitable for cancer cells as well as other microorganisms.
Bacteria and parasites live and grow in an alkaline environment while fungus and viruses live and grow in an acidic environment but neither can live in an environment with a neutral pH (7,4). This pH is obtained by placing a set of magnets with opposing polarities, one positive and the other negative, on the pairs of organs affected by the pathogen.
This therapy is compatible with the Budwig protocol as it is helping a person’s body attain a balanced pH and a stronger immune system without using electricity, chemicals or other invasive methods.
The Biomagnetic Pair Therapy was developed in 1988 by Dr. Isaac Goiz Duran, MD. He is not heard of in the English speaking world because he has spent most of his career and made inroads mainly amongst the Spanish speaking cultures. He treated over 350 000 patients using this therapy and trained more than 20 000 medical doctors and other therapists from many different countries.
Because the root of cancer as well as other chronic illnesses is rooted in an unbalanced pH and the presence of microorganisms, we include this therapy in the program for cancer patients and others needing to recuperate their health.
You simply lie down on a massage type table, fully clothes and the therapists tests where to place the magnets using a kinesiology muscle testing method. Our therapist has been mainly practicing this method of treatment since becoming a therapist so he is very experienced and you will likely find his comments very insightful.
Not suitable in the following cases:
- Pregnant women
- Patient with a pacemaker
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