There are several ways to treat cancer. Hopefully, one day there will be a certified cure for cancer. Until then, the best we can do is treat it consistently. We need to be relentless to not let a single cancer cell breathe or multiply. By doing that as strongly and as often as possible, we can prolong our collective lifespans. My last blog covered the process of using PEMF with cancer from a high level. For our female readers who either have breast cancer or know someone with breast cancer, it’s time to plug in. Because October is breast cancer awareness month, I wanted to include a blog on how PEMF can treat breast cancer.

The Environment Surrounding Cancer And Cells

Thankfully, it’s becoming more and more known that oxygen-rich environments prevent cancer from multiplying. In some cases, it also reverses cancer cell growth. Additionally, alkalinity in our diet prevents acidity from building up which has been known to allow cancer the opportunity to form. Standard practice to get rid of cancer is chemotherapy and/or radiation. Some would argue those methods are safe; others would argue it’s more damaging. The overall concern is health and safety–attacking the cancerous cells and stimulating only the healthy cells. Would it surprise you to know that PEMF is a viable solution to safely treating breast cancer?

As I’ve discussed in my downloadable eBook (contact me for details), there are roughly 70 trillion cells in the human body. That’s 70,000,000,000,000. Each cell has it’s own energy center called the mitochondria that works with other cells in the body to create ATP. ATP is short for adenosine triphosphate– the molecule that gives us energy. Additionally, every cell speaks to other cells in the body and communicates through an electromagnetic field. When the electromagnetic field becomes disrupted, the protective barrier around that cell is broken. The ability for radicals, mutated and cancerous cells to enter is increased. With a group of damaged cells exposed, the risk of cancer multiplying rises.

Enter PEMF

Think of the bio-electromagnetism existing in our bodies as its own language. Introducing a pulsed electromagnetic field “speaks” to our cells, nerves, and body as a whole. These EMF waves are able to travel through our bodies based on the lower frequency. It’s a very similar frequency to how our cells and neurons already communicate. In school, we learned that the brain is an organ that is an electric machine. It operates via electric currents. Believe it or not, those same currents fall in the soft 0—30 Hz range. This is referred to as the “frequency window.” There’s also a component to concern yourself with referred to as the “amplitude window.”

Dr. Pawluk covered a breast cancer study and PEMF treatment, which I’m going to reference and cite in this blog. The study was performed to understand: “1) [the] toxicity to breast cancer cells and; 2) and [seeing if] they were not harmful to healthy cells. Breast cancer cells and normal cells were exposed to PEMFs and cell death indices were measured to determine which PEMFs best kill breast cancer cells.”  As the study unfolded, the most important parts worth noting here are that:

  • PEMF users respond to different treatments differently than others, therefore;
  • One intensity, frequency and time duration for one patient might work but a different intensity, frequency, and duration for that same person would not.
  • One of the important key facts to remember is that the treatment is finding the right harmony that best “speaks” to the cells in your body.

The study’s outcome was very interesting, to say the least. As it turned out, PEMF set at the right frequency and pulse presented an inhibition of cancer growth. At the same time, normal healthy cells did not suffer any damage. In fact, they were stimulated. The parameters for this specific test were “frequencies ranging from 20 to 50 Hz; 2) intensities ranging from 2 mT (20 Gauss) to 5 mT (50 Gauss) and; 3) exposure times ranging from 30-90 minutes per day for up to three days.” Those were the ranges of the parameters, mind you. What specifically targeted cancerous cells and stimulated healthy cells was “20 Hz frequency, 3 mT (30 Gauss) magnetic field intensity and exposure duration of 60 minutes per day.” 

In Conclusion

While not all users applied PEMF for breast cancer-related issues, the process of PEMF therapy is sound. For the most part, cells in a woman’s breast function the same way cells in her abdomen do. They are part of the trillions of cells in the body that operates on a bio-electromagnetic field.

Our testimonies speak for themselves–have a listen on our YouTube video playlist found here. What I advise is to do your research and learn. Ask questions. Contact me directly at GOiMRS2000.com. PEMF therapy is a great non-invasive alternative and/or supplement to cancer treatment. Please consult with your physician about incorporating pulsed electromagnetic field therapy into your treatment plan.

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