An Intro Frequency Specific Microcurrent
Whether you are a patient or a practitioner FSM is an incredible tool for all of the problems that patients and physicians have in medicine, so let’s go on.
So what most people want to know about Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) is where the frequencies came from. So the frequencies were developed in the early 1900's probably from about 1908 and used by thousands of physicians until 1934. Harry VanGelder was an Osteopath who bought a practice in 1946, it came with a machine and with a list of frequencies that were created in 1922. In 1934 the American Medical Association finally cracked down and said any medical physicians who use electromagnetic therapies and frequencies would lose their license to practice which at that time was granted by the AMA. So the machines went in the back room, got covered up by a sheet and some of them went on a trash sheet, most of them got lost when grandpa died or doctor grandpa passed away and all of the research that went into developing the frequencies, the communications between the physicians and researchers who developed the frequency shared them and who helped create that list in 1922, all that information is gone. They were in bookshelves and in libraries and when AMA declared that it was quack medicine, they were destroyed, lost, passed on when that generation of physicians passed away.
The list of frequencies was resurrected in 1995 when Doctor George Douglas got the list form doctor VanGelder in 1981. George gave it to me in 1995 when I started practice, I went to Chiropractor College when I was 42, graduated when I was 47 and George got me a precision microcurrent two channel machine. When I first started practicing in 1994 and we started using the list to treat patients in 1995. We started using the frequencies for myofascial trigger points, myofascial pain in 1996 and had such tremendous outcomes that I decided I had to teach it in 1997 and that was January 97 was the first class.
The 1990's, 1920's equipment was not microcurrent, it was plug in the wall device when these magnetic devices were powered by DC currents and the wall current in 1920 was direct current basically like the big battery. That kind of current stop being used when basically when Westinghouse won and we had AC current as the power of the day. So that's where the frequencies come from, let’s talk about how we use them and what they're good for. Basically, the old problems in medicine is how you heal injuries? How do you repair from surgery? And how do you heal wounds? Healing takes time, the healing is uncertain, sometimes it's slow, pain is a problem, inflammation is a problem, just rate of repair is a problem. So what limits preparing most patients is ATP production just energy production in the cells. How much blood supply can you make to take care of or create blood supply to the new and repair tissue? How do you make that new tissue elastic or stretchy and how do you make it solid. Those are the limitations, collagen, elastin, blood vessels, and basic energy supplies.
So what would happen to healing if you didn’t have to worry about ATP production or energy supplies?
Microcurrent, the basic science behind microcurrent has been shown to increase ATP production by 500% as long as the current is below 500 microamps. The first study was done by Neff Cheng in 1982, the effective electric current on ATP generation, Protein Synthesis and Membrane Transport in Rat Skin. He found that current levels between 10 and 500 microamps increased ATP production by 500%, increase protein synthesis by 70%, increase amino acid transport by 40% and that would increase the rate of healing.
Seegers repeated those studies in 2001 and 2002 and found out that not only did it increase ATP production, that is not only did microamps current below 500 microamps, increase ATP production by 500% it also increased cyclic AMP in human lymphocytes and lymphocytes vivo, these are living cells and when you increase cyclic AMP that's evidence that the cAMP cycle is being increased and the cell is increasing its energy supply and metabolism and then Seegers also found that the current by itself, this is unmodulated current activates signal transaction. So how is microcurrent produced? Well, microcurrent is produced by microcurrent devices, the devices are approved in the category of TENS devices, terms of prescription but the current is a thousand times less than TENS. So it’s approved by the FDA in the category of TENS but its millions of an amp not thousands of an amp so it's not TENS. Nonprescription use is by attestations over the counter for microcurrent but the difference between prescription and non-prescription is claims made, non-prescription devices are for faceless and skin care treatments. Prescription devices or TENS devices are for pain management, microcurrent devices available on the market very widely.
They are direct current or pulsed DC current. The waveforms are square waves, sine wave, ramped square waves, and eight waves, there's all kinds of waveforms. There are one channel devices, there are two channel devices, there are combined units that have an ultrasound, interferential galvanic and microcurrent, those combined units only use three to three-tenths of a hertz and then generally the frequency is not important. It’s the limited number of frequencies or sweep of frequencies. So there's a device that just sweeps from one to a thousand back again and then the machine reads resistance and then just pauses on a single frequency for a while. So those are the devices, that’s how you get micro-amperage current that increases ATP production.
Then they did a study at the University of Washington and it was done on rabbits biopsies. So they biopsied the bunnies and then they treated the bunnies for 20 days, so four weeks, five days a week, it’s what you give a graduate student to do and then they re-biopsied the bunnies and what they found was that the blood supply to the rabbit skin increased by 39%, that's like a 40% increase in blood supply. Collagen increased by 14% which is nice but Elastin increased by 48%, elastin is what makes repair tissues stretchy, normal, functional. So these three findings are really profound when you start applying them or extrapolating them to healing of wounds and then you have to ask what happened to injury and wound healing outcomes if you could increase ATP production, blood supply collagen and elastin? The frequency effect, well if you could increase ATP production, vascularity blood supply, collagen, and elastin wound healing would increase dramatically and profoundly and it doesn’t say anything about the frequencies. What we found is that the frequency effect makes a huge difference in frequencies, just un-modulated microcurrent increases ATP but the frequencies at it that mention the healing that there is profound, we did one, thanks to Denise Curtis, and I, we, did one controlled trial in 2009. It was published in 2010 and this is called the laid on that muscles slash, it’s the kind of muscle pain that you get after you've worked out and then eccentric contraction to the muscles hard enough to make the muscles really sore. So this compared frequency specific microcurrent to a 1999 study done by Alan that compared single current microchannel, three tens of hertz and thirty hertz for 20 minutes. Alan also used 200 microamps and the negative trial refers to the fact that it didn’t work, basically you exercise the patient immediately after the exercise, you apply 3 Hz to ten minutes, 30 Hz to ten minutes, 200 microamps and there was no difference between the treated and the untreated groups or legs.
With FSM the frequencies were used were 18 and 62 to stop bleeding, 124 to treat the tissues for tissue disruption or being formed, small micro tears in the tissue, inflammation in general and then inflammation in the muscle belly, the fat and the tendon and then vitality muscle belly, the fat and the tendon. So these were the frequencies that were used, the treatment time was the same 20 minutes, the current level was the same 200 micro amps but here is the difference, the treated leg, well the sham leg, when you exercise like crazy and you know you’re going to be sore the next day, the next day your pain level is a 5 and this placebo, this machine was not turned on, this machine was turned on. Pain in the untreated leg was a 5 out of 10, treated leg was a 1 out of 10. AT 48 hours your more sore the second day than you are the first day, in forty-eight hours the pain level was a seven on a sham leg or the placebo leg, 1.2 in the treated leg and at 72 hours the pain level in the untreated or placebo leg was 4 [inaudible 13:07] So the P value is significant even though I think they were only 10 or 20. I think there were twenty people in the trial, the P value has three zeros which is a huge statistical significance. Anything of a point zero five is acceptable and by the time you get to three zeros, it’s profound. The thing about delayed onset muscles on this is there no other effective treatment. What this means in the real world is people that lift weights for a living or play football for a living, those people can exercise like crazy and not be sore the next day so they can exercise the next day too. It also means that when they play in a game and get minor or even medium size injuries that the increase in ATP production, the increase in collagen and elastin allows those injuries to heal more quickly. We've got units with probably 6 or 8 NFL teams and NHL teams, one major league baseball team and probably 200 and some odd professional players in different sports and Olympic athlete and some military folks. So the use of FSM in treating new injuries is really profound.
Now if you take those injuries and you make them into a surgical event Jon Cayle did this study in 2013, it's still unpublished but the data is good, he did C-sections on patients and this is an OBGYN and the FSM group had their hospitals stay shorten to 2.9 days so it’s three days, it's just a third of a day. They get out of the hospital about a half of a day to a full day earlier than patients who were not treated and so he took all of his FSM treated patients here at the hospital find patients with the same surgery who were not treated with FSM and that is your control group, they were standard of care nursing and physical therapy treatment. Reducing post-Op pain was exceptional, with activity pain in untreated group is a 5 and in an FSM group was 2.7. Pain in an untreated group was 1.8 at rest and at 0.5 like less than a one at rest.
So reducing pain in short in hospital stays in a fairly simple surgery like the C-section is extraordinary. When you expand that kind of wound healing to include diabetic wounds, this patient had a seven-centimeter wound on his left leg that was healed in nine days. You see here just July of 2002, July 10th and on July 19th this wound on the left side of his leg is healed skin to skin. His second toe was necrotic and they were basically waiting for it to get worse before they amputated it. Waiting to see if the left foot was going to get any worse so they could take both toes off at the same time. So the necrosis and the second toe was resolved in twelve treatments in 6 weeks, the necrosis in the third toe was resolved in 7 treatments in 6 weeks.
Peripheral neuropathy is this numbness and pain in the feet that bothers diabetics, it’s quite uncomfortable in its ability to walk and increases the likelihood they going to fall and sensation was completely restored and pain eliminated in basically 4 weeks, so that’s 8 treatments over 4 weeks period. So that's how FSM helps with wound healing. So there's some other old problems in medicine. Inflammation is at the source of every degenerative disease, inflammation degenerative disease is an immune system activation. We treat those or medicine treats those with anti-inflammatory drugs, these days people will treat them with [inaudible 18:01] anyway natural anti-inflammatories and the problem with even prescription anti-inflammatories is they take too long. Too many side effects, you block prostaglandins and you block all the prostaglandins to help rebuild your stomach lining and rebuild the blood vessels and so it creates too many side effects and cytokine which are an inflammatory peptide medically speaking are very hard to change and the drugs that change them drop them below the normal range, so you have side effects like cancer and infections. So medicine has problems treating inflammation and so here is the question, what would happen to this problem if you could reduce LOX inflammation by 62% in 4 minutes, COX mediated inflammation by 30% in 4 minutes and that's what we do with some very specific frequencies. This study was done in Australia in 2003, it was presented in 2004, it was a blinded animal research, it didn’t start out blinded but they did the first ten animals with 40 Hz on channel A and 116 Hz on channel B and you paint arachidonic acid on the mouse's ears and that makes the mouse’s ears swell in a very predictable fashion and then you measure it mechanically. So this is a fairly low tech and expensive type of experiment that they could do in the veterinarian department in the University of Sidney and Vivian the [inaudible 19:37] researcher and Wayne Riley was the nature path who helped her in that research. So anyway they ran 40 and 116 on the mice. There's Wayne grabbing the mice by the tail on the scruff of the neck and just running that frequency through the mouse and what happened was that inflammation and the swelling in the mouse is vigorously reduced by 70%. In 18 years of doing research on anti-inflammatory prescription drugs it’s never tested any prescription and non-prescription drug, they reduced inflammation by more than 45%.
So they blinded everybody in the lab which means they moved everybody into separate rooms. The person who was painting the mice went into one room, got the door closed painting the mice with arachidonic acid on the ears. The person who was measuring the mice went into a separate room and got the door closed. So he couldn’t see who was treated, who was untreated and the person who was the response was there two minutes, the floor response was there at four minutes. So then they did, they went to find out, we wanted to find out if any other frequency would reduce inflammation. So they did one-tenth of a hertz which as just enough to move the current, so would the current reduce swelling and the answer was no, there was no reduction in swelling, four minutes of the frequency, our frequency. So would any other frequency besides 40 Hz reduce swelling and the answer is no. Two, three other frequencies were tried and nothing else reduced inflammation, same thing with intermediate injury protocol, no reduction and swelling and we even tried 40 Hz in channel A and the frequency for the skin on channel B and there was no reduction and swelling. So here's one that was just fascinating to me, it’s a little more complicated, so the sunburn causes you to swell right? If you've ever had a sunburn you know that your skin gets really red and inflamed and puffy and it's really sore.
So here's the group of mice, they sunburned the mice, I know at this point I started feeling sorry for mice but back to work. So they exposed the mice to UV light like you get sitting out on the beach in Hawaii for an hour and a half or two hours and just forgetting to put on sunscreen, so the mouse’s ears swelled this much and then they had one group of mice that were treated immediately after the burn, their ears there was no significant reduction and swelling. Those group of mice they were treated at two hours and they had a statistically significant reduction and swelling 0.5 and 0.1. So here's the other thing about sunburns, a sunburn suppresses immune response and this one is a little complicated but if you stick with me it’s really quite extraordinary. The pain of contact sensitizing agent on the hind leg at the time of the sunburn. So this is something that you should develop an allergic reaction to, so they painted on the hind leg and then two weeks later the same agent stuff was painted on the mouse’s ears and a normal response on a mouse that is not been sunburned is that the ears should swell okay. So here is the group that was not sunburned that's the normal response, 30.30 probably micrometers of swelling in that in that group of untreated mice. Here's the sunburn mouse group and their swelling was reduced by 63% so the sunburn suppressed immune response for 63%. The group that was treated at two hours, remember the group that had the 0.5 statistically significant reduction and swelling 0.1 that group had their reaction to Oxazolone or the sensitizing chemical reduced from 63 to 57%, so that's good. So the immune suppression was reduced by the microcurrent that was applied at two hours. The group that got microcurrent immediately did not have a statistically significant reduction and swelling if you remember but that group had their immune suppression reduced by half two weeks after a single four-minute application of one and only one frequency pair. That is absolutely intriguing, so it says that those two frequencies 40 Hz in channel A, 116 Hz on channel B can affect the immune system more or less permanently and create changes in inflammation.
So what are the implications if you’re a patient or if you’re a practitioner? What are the implications? What they were studying in the mouse group was lipox oxygen in LOX and COX cycle inflammation associated with all the degenerative conditions. So Asthma, COPD or emphysema, irritable bowel, Crohns, Pancreatitis, Ulcerative Colitis, Liver Disease, Rheumatoid arthritis and Degenerative arthritis. The difference is that when you take medications for this kind of inflammation they suppress the prostaglandins for 12 to 24 hours, they suppress them and keep them down. Those prostaglandins are good for other things like rebuilding your stomach lining and rebuilding the inside of your blood vessels with FSM the frequency 40 Hz on channel A and anything on channel B, slams the information down by 62% or 30% but it only keeps it down for about six hours. When the cells come back however to normal function, they never seem to produce as much inflammation as they did before. This is the immune system cell two weeks after a single application of this frequency. So the application of the frequencies appears to change so suddenly, change in way the immune system function. So even though they LOX and COX, the prostaglandins are only reduced for let’s say 6 to 8 hours. When they come back, they come back at normal levels or more normal levels. So it’s an extraordinary advance and a treatment of all degenerative diseases and all inflammatory diseases.
So there's another set of inflammatory peptides or chemicals associated with inflammatory diseases and those are called cytokines. They're peptides that are present and mediate inflammation inside the body and so I did a ground rounds presentation at NIH in 2000 at the end of the presentation I said we've done this twenty-five times. They come in with their pain at 7 they leave with their pain at a 4 or 1 and nobody is going to believe it basically. They come in at a 7, they leave at a 1 and unless we get something objective that we can measure, nobody is going to believe that we just did this. So I need somebody to help me measure something, well Terry Philips came up and he said I'll send you some bladder paper, you send me some spots of blood and I'll tell you what’s changing.
So why is fibromyalgia protocol relevant? Well, there's 28% of fibromyalgia patient in the US, so there's six million fibromyalgia of patients in the US. 28% of them are two million minimum fibromyalgia patients, have their fibromyalgia from spine trauma and what we found starting eighteen years ago now there was one frequency combination that would take the pain down basically eliminate the pain, 40 Hz on channel A, 10 Hz on channel B. Out of the 54 patients 58% of them or almost 60% of them recovered. The recovered is individualized, once you get the pain down you still have to keep the pain down, they need physical therapy reconditioning, supplements, irritable bowel they got adrenal dysfunction, they've got interstitial cystitis. So once you get the pain down they still need to recover from fibromyalgia but getting the pain down is the essential part unless you can get the pain down everything else is like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. So called this patient that we had been unable to help in 1998, she came in 2000 and we got some blood samples and she responded pretty normally. So when I got the blood work back from Terry, Interleukin-1 which is a cytokine that’s particularly associated with inflammation in the nervous system which in this case is the spinal cord which you can imagine it including the brain. So all neurodegenerative diseases and Interleukin-1 went from 392 down to 21 in that first patient and as a group, they went from 330 down to 80. So this is huge and it’s a huge unheard of and an unprecedented decrease in the inflammation in the nervous system. Cytokines medically are hard to change. This patient who didn’t respond normally because of the spinal cord compression.
So all of the cytokines change CDRP, Interleukin-8 they all went down, these are the ones that recover. Substance p is produced in the spinal cord, goes out in the bloodstream and it went down by a factor of more than ten times. So these are extraordinary changes, beta endorphins go up, went up from 5 to 88 or survived that factor of about ten times, endorphins are what make you floaty when you run and you've got a pretty long way to get this kind of increased endorphins, these patients are so floaty, it’s like an induced euphoria, they get sort of stoned, it’s a temporary phenomenal once they start treating it they get better and then they come back to normal awareness and its safe to drive and navigate but it’s a really interesting experience. We jokingly say it’s legal in all 50 states and we don’t charge extra for it, just part of the service. Cortisol goes up but it’s not a stress response because it follows Neuropeptide-Y which goes down and Neuropeptide-Y follows the sympathetic nervous system. Cortisol goes up and what we found was that it’s a side effect of endorphins going up because when the endorphins go up you also raise ACTH adrenal stimulating factor and that will make the cortisol go up. So it’s not a stress response it’s a side effect of getting so stoned because you’re changing the function of the spinal code.
The pain goes down form an average of 7.3 to a 1.3 that P value has three zeros and if you recall anything more than 0.5 is statistically significant, well this P value actually has six zeros. It is virtually impossible in a medical setting to reduce pain from a 7.3 to a 1.3 in ninety minutes. So the results; all the patients experienced pain relief 58% of them experienced resolution of fibromyalgia within 4 months and then 13 of the 53 discontinued treatment for reasons unrelated to treatment side effects. I think actually it's because if your pains been a 7 for 14 years and it goes to a 0 in ninety minutes at the end of ninety minutes you have an existential crisis that’s sort of unprecedented in medicine but for whatever reason they were as a group that discontinued treatment before recovery this patient was more typical 18 years chronic fibromyalgia. She had 14 of 18 tender points in December, 11 of 18 tender points tendered to less than 4 pounds per square inch in January and by February she did not meet the diagnostic criteria to have Fibromyalgia. So she recovered effectively in 8 weeks, the average is 12 weeks.
Cervical range and motion improved, pain medication was reduced she would take one or two a week instead of taking four a day. Muscle relaxants were reduced by 95%, sleeping well with no medication, digestion improved in her IBS resolved. Six-year follow up she had maintained her recovery and was still doing well so that's pretty extraordinary. So functional medicine is the modern approach for old problems in medicine, it uses nutritional support and understanding of physiology and biochemistry and the interconnection of your body systems, they call the systems biology approach and they look at the causes of illness. So and the functional medicine paradigm, if your treating asthma, you have to go back and treat the gut because asthma is the result of the immune system going haywire and 85% of your immune system is clustered around your digestive system. So if you want to fix the asthma you have to treat the gut, fix the gut that fixes the immune system and that usually works to relieve the asthma.
Well there's some problems with functional medicine and that is basically it takes too long and it costs too much. They talk about getting extraordinary outcomes in 12 to 14 months and in general the insurance may or may not cover those costs. So the supplements, the dietary restrictions and even some of the medication and the time it takes just cost too much. So it’s an extraordinary program but Frequency Specific Microcurrent works immediately to reduce the pain, increase ATP energy and reduce inflammation. FSM works immediately but it needs functional medicine to create lasting and stable improvements. So what functional medicine approaches can do in 12 to 14 months frequency specific microcurrent can do in 6 to 12 weeks. We just never had a problem with it, irritable bowels, Crohn even asthmas in 6 to 12 weeks most patients are what they would think as recovered or 80% improved. It’s an extraordinary advancement in even the functional medicine approach. Old problems in medicine nerve pain, muscle pain, scar tissue, those who deal with pain issues know that nerve pain and muscle pain are hard to treat. Scar tissue you can sit there and mask on it for three years and it's very hard to remodel. In general, treatment is either difficult or impossible, it takes too long, it costs too much, or it doesn’t work very well. So treating neuropathic pain in the medical world involves medication that make you kind of well, stupid, they interfere with cognitive function is a medical way to say it, they make you kind of slow mentally because most of them are anti-seizure medications and nerve pain in an FSM community is one of the easiest things they treat.
When I left full-time practice I went back and went through my chats and we collected twenty charts of patients who had nerve pain, seven years of nerve pain, from nerve traction injuries or disk injuries, what we found was that all patients experienced pain reduction, the first treatment they went from an average of a 7 to an average of a 2, the second treatment they came in at a 5, so they went up form a 2 to a 5 but they didn’t go back to a 7. The second treatment they went from a 5 to less than a 1 and most of them stayed that way. So it's two to three sessions, as an average there's twenty patients, 65% of them fully recovered and five treatments over six to eight weeks, no adverse reactions except that when we talk about they get kind of stoned and what's interesting is all of them had pain reduction, all of them experienced pain reduction, 25% terminated care prior to recovery. So it’s too far to drive, it was an inconvenient or whatever but it’s the first time in seven years they'd been out of pain and 25% still terminated care prior to recovery. So not sure what that's about, so its 6 visits in 6 weeks to get their pain level down from a 7 to a 1.5. So incredibly powerful, a noninvasive, you can’t feel it, it doesn’t hurt, it’s probably the most comfortable way to get myofascial trigger points treated that anybody has ever seen, it's quite extraordinary and it burns that center project using the frequencies to dissolve scar tissue and mature, burns, these are patients that who have been burnt anywhere from 2 years to 14 years earlier. See eight patients, one patient discontinued treatment after one session because we double the range of motion in his heap and he said what’s going to happen to my comp settlement if you fix my hip into if you increase my range of motion to normal? So he had one treatment and then came back, the other seven patients were not work comp cases, they all had statistically significant and permanent increase in range in motion after three on hour treatment. So what we found is the treatment to dissolve scar tissue are quite extraordinary, even in burn patients who are notoriously difficult to treat. This is abdominal adhesion research that I did at Baylor medical school of David Wiseman, well you don’t need to know the frequencies but I tried four of them and then there was this one frequency that I got to that I didn’t expect would do anything, 13 Hz in channel A and 77 Hz on channel B and we're sitting there looking in this white hard adhesion that looks like cartilage. Doctor Wiseman's got four sets on the rats secom and this white hard adhesion starts turning clear like coconut oil melting, like its melting and then it just turned to snot basically it liquefied and we were stunned, surprised, pleased, opened up the second rat did the same thing. I ran other frequencies and they didn’t work, as soon as we got to 13 Hz in channel A and 77 Hz in channel B the white hard cartelized adhesion turned clear and just resembled snot, liquid, it was amazing. What this means is that patients with abdominal adhesions and pelvic pain respond extraordinary well. If you have an FSM practitioner and you have or know somebody who has abdominal adhesions and pelvic pain, FSM is incredibly effective at reducing the pain because number one it can reduce the inflammation but number two it can dissolve the adhesions, it is extraordinary, all three rats liquefy the adhesion, it’s amazing.
When you combine FSM with manual therapy you get extraordinary results, so for us Frequency Specific Microcurrent is the new tool. So the frequencies once again don’t know how they were developed or when but they've been in use since probably 1914, our list was created in 1922 and on that list, there were frequencies that reduce inflammation, that frequency reduces pain but doesn’t do anything for range of motion. Frequency for fibrosis is scarring, dissolves scar tissues, increase the range in motion, doesn’t do anything for pain readiness or swelling because it doesn’t do anything for inflammation, it’s just treats scarring. Frequency to stop hemorrhage, stops bleeding and pain in the menses and prevents bruising in new injuries but is it good for anything else. So post-operative patients don’t bruise, it’s kind of extraordinary. Mineral ion deposit, soften tissue, reduce pain, some changes in range of motion. Frequencies for shingles or herpes is only good for that, reduces the pain, in the program, it prevents the lesions from breaking out. If the lesions have already appeared in the first two to three weeks it will eliminate the lesions in 24 to 48 hours and it will eliminate the pain. Frequency for kidney stone pain has been effective in every case but it’s not useful for any other condition that’s the only thing it’s good for. So the frequency specific effect is quite extraordinary, we have papers published in the area of shingles, this was an 85-year-old man that had shingles in the ophthalmic branch of five on the right side if his head and four hours of treatment he is pain free in one hour no return of pain, the lesions were gone in 48 hours, he was 85, the reason his case could be published as a single case report is that ophthalmic branch of five shingles in an 85-year-old man doesn’t get better, it’s what they die of or it’s what they die with. So this case is extraordinary and it exemplifies what we're able to do with shingles.
So how did these frequencies change conditions and tissues? Well, it’s a little bit of physics but it’s relatively pain-free. For a human body, the short version is there is a quantum biological system living tissue is biochemical, okay, biochemical are made up of molecules, atoms, subatomic particles that are held together by electromagnetic bonds. Every bond mechanical or chemical has a frequency at which it resonates, so when the singer sings the note that breaks the led crystal glass that's because he hits and holds the frequency that holds the lead atoms together. Your body is effectively an electromagnetic system that looks solid but the shells function as a semiconductor network that conveys current charge and information basically the water in your body is organized on a matrix inside every cell on the outside of every cell and the water, the wear molecules will flicker in such a way that they turn your body effectively into a big computer chip. All the information on the current that runs your body, runs by this way of these semiconductor matrix water cells. There are receptors on every cell that are sensing it to signaling, so membrane protein receptors determine cell function and the receptors reconfigure in response to cell stimuli. So if a little piece of bacteria comes along, a little fragment from the bacterial cells comes along and lands on a receptor and on one of your immune system cells it cause that receptor to change its configuration that makes it tug on these kinases their enzymes inside the cells they get signals that turn on the kinases turn on transcription factors that change genetic expression and when you change genetic expression in the immune system cell and response to a bacteria, that immune system cell turns on pro-inflammatory cytokines.
Frequency Specific Microcurrent currently has research going on currently inside of our military, where 9 published papers that have blown the tops off of traditional medicine and what is possible will be published in 2 years. There is a fantastic book called "The Resonance Effect" you can find on Amazon if you'd like to go deeper into FSM.
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