Volume : 08, Issue : 04, April – 2021

Title:

06.ENVIRONMENTAL ENERGY FOR CELLULAR GROWTH AND REPAIR ESPECIALLY BY BIO-RESONANCE FOCUSED ULTRASOUND: A LITERATURE REVIEW

Authors :

Dr. Raymond L Venter

Abstract :

It is only in the last few decades that the significance of electromagnetic fields (EM) interactions in biology and medicine has been fully realised. What we learn about the phenomenon of cellular function and its relation to a specific frequency of signaling is very little in depth. An ionized or electric signal is far more than just a new type of tool; it represents a whole new way of doing things. Additionally, the broadening of the scope of EM provides greater knowledge and therefore empowers the people in the profession by showing that EM also empowers the professionals more. It was deduced from Dr. Zhadin’s finding that magnetic intensities have both innate and exogenous sources, which suggests that ultrasmall regulation is therefore an endogenously effective principle. This conclusion was drawn because of the evidence that extracellular and intracellular magnetic therapies have both innate and exogenous sources, and endogenetic efficacy, implying that the properties of ultrasmall regulation are intrinsic. Whereas earlier researchers investigated the possibility of finding useful signals of electromagnetic generators in the nineteenth century, Matteucci conducted pioneering work in the twentieth that identified ones of medical significance in living systems in the first half of the century. Today, biological data are regulated using an ion-field cyclotron method, where circular polarizations are built up and multi-polar fields are applied to expand. the field of applied electromyography (EM).
Keywords: Bio resonance, stem cell differentiation, ion cyclotron resonance, electromagnetic medicine, Cell repair, cell growth

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Please cite this article in press Raymond L Venter., Environmental Energy For Cellular Growth And Repair Especially By Bio-Resonance Focused Ultrasound: A Literature Review., Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2021; 08(04).

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