Red blood cells contain haemoglobin a molecule with four atoms of iron at its centre. It was Linus Pauling in 1936 that discovered that each red blood corpuscle has an iron atom, and that blood is paramagnetic.
Studies conducted in several countries show that if a small magnet is applied to the skin where blood flows past it eg. immediately above a vein or artery, it creates an electromotive force, which in turn generates a weak electric current in the iron atoms. This current is carried around the body and produces an influence mainly on the autonomic nervous system, causing several physiological changes to occur.
Dr Bansal and associates clinically observed that the blood stream is agitated; more thoroughly mixing toxins and cholesterol; flushing out and keeping to a minimum the waste products that normally lodge on the walls of the arteries, thus helping prevent arteries blocking, and the associated increase in blood pressure.
Magnetic Therapy can help revitalise the whole body, the increased oxygenation of blood and tissues can speed-up the body's own natural ability to heal and regenerate damaged tissue. Blood pressure and pulse do not change significantly during treatment.
Numerous experiments using magnets have been performed on humans, animals, plants, and live tissue. Such experiments have established that living creatures are not harmed by exposure to these magnetic forces.