DNA waves and water

This is a double-blind experimental procedure where it is found that biophysical (electromagnetic) information recorded in water is effective to treat stress symptoms, the technique they used have been used previously and is described here:

"Briefly, this biophysical strategy employed an electromagnetic information transfer via an aqueous system protocol [58] and biomedical wave generator (Med Select 729, Wegamed, Essen Germany) with a low frequency range (carrying and a modulating frequency of 1 Hz–20 KHz and 1–20 Hz, respectively) and earth magnetic field intensity of 50 µT. A pattern of endogenous electromagnetic signals were first recoded via two electrodes placed on the patient. These endogenous signals were continuously replayed and transferred back to the patient though an electromagnetic carpet. The patient remained in the supine position on the carpet in order to achieve a systemic effect. Two electromagnetic probes placed at specific sites permit the achievement of local effects. All output signals were recorded simultaneously using a microelement aqueous solution and dropper (Nomabit Base, NAMED, Lesmo, Italy), to permit the self-administration of drops adhering to an incremental weekly schedule [20]. In this study, the pattern of endogenous electromagnetic frequency patterns were recorded through two electrodes placed on the forehead of the patients, the signals were not replayed back to the patients as usual but were only recorded on the Nomabit Base solution through the EMITTAS procedure [58], as in previous studies [60,61]. The carrying frequency was 7 Hz while the modulating frequency was continuously fluctuated between 4 and 10 Hz at a magnetic field intensity of 50 µT for 10 min.." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Ferrara, I., Egan, C. G., Foletti, A. (2012). Pilot Study on the Effect of Biophysical Therapy on Salivary Alpha-Amylase as a Surrogate Measure of Anxiety/Stress: In Search of a Novel Noninvasive Molecular Approach for the Management of Stress. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2020, 21(2), 415; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms21020415. © 2020 by the authors.. This article is an open access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license.

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