Saturday, July 10, 2010

Magnetic Necklaces: Concentrating The Energy

Magnetic necklaces are part of the magnetic therapy line produced by several companies. Compared to others in the same class like bracelets and anklets, experts believe that necklaces are more beneficial since they are worn in a position or place where they can concentrate more energy to vital body organs. Here's more on the accessory and how you may also benefit.

Info on Magnetic Necklaces

Magnetic necklaces were created in conjunction with magnetic therapy. Since magnets have shown to be quite effective in dealing with several systemic problems in the human body, more and more versions are developed to enhance its so-called healing effects. Necklaces are also bigger in size compared to anklets and bracelets so the magnetic force is also amplified. Most of the magnetic strength will be focused on the head, neck, shoulders and upper back.

The necklaces are closer to vital organs like the heart and lungs so people think that this strategic positioning will do the greatest amount of good to their body. The heart will be able to function better pumping more blood as well as the lungs supplying large amounts of oxygen to different parts of the body. Take note that there aren't any proven scientific methods or studies that can truly show the true effectiveness of magnetic necklaces and magnets. There are however, millions of people who have reported noticeable and sometimes significant advantages with the application of strong magnetic fields.

Necklace Designs

A variety of materials are used to provide enough magnetic energy to individuals such as gold, silver, stainless steel, tourmaline titanium, hematite and ceramic. These are all magnetized with strengths ranging anywhere from 2,000 to 60,000 gauss. Some experts say that gauss readings are not very accurate since several magnetic points comprise a single piece of charged metal but at least you have an idea about the range of the true strength.

The magnetic necklaces have so many designs so individuals can feel free to choose the right style, color and pattern that suit their lifestyle or the occasion. There are sporty designs made of links that are lightweight with lobster or easy lock clasps. The clasps are very secure with most models also magnetized for extra safety. All components of the necklaces are handcrafted according to the specifications of the buyer. These are all waterproof and never rust or tarnish.

The More Stylish Ones

More stylish designs come with charms or a pendant made of neodymium. The pendant and charms themselves are magnetized providing at least 2,000 gauss. Some manufacturers allow custom-made pendants just for you. You will find wrap-around necklaces, bead necklaces made of hematite and ceramic and studded ones. Some are composed of two or more metals like gold and copper or silver and titanium. These are very durable and elegant which are perfect for any casual or formal occasion. You may also include gemstones like ruby, amethyst or sapphire for more color.

Simple magnetic necklaces with fine links or made of stainless steel can cost as low as $10.99 up to $20. Price will tend to increase as you choose more expensive metals and add more detail. If you intend to invest in more fashionable ones, you may have to shell out around $120 to $800. You will find several beautiful pieces at designated jewelers and online jewelry stores.

By Susan Barcelon

Magnetic Therapy: Effect on your DNA

The utilization of the magnet in the field of medication is not new but is continuing for hundreds years. There has been a massive change in the pattern of approach. With the emergence of new technology, magnets are being utilized in a more advanced way to normalize the body functions. The Smart Magnet is the product of the new invention, which has certain magnetic frequencies programmed into its magnetic pattern to max out the effect on a specific area of the body.

Magnetic therapy with the help of smart magnet activates the DNA when these magnets are held close to the skin. The explanation of its working has been cleared in the biophysics. It is vital that the DNA in your cells should receive a good magnetic energy so that it is able to instruct your genes on how to continually maintain the 5 ‘R’ level. You must wonder reading this article what these 5 ‘R’ stands for? The 5 ‘R’ are
1. Replenish
2. Rebuild
3. Replace
4. Rejuvenate
We know that there are to sources of energy; the food we eat which is the direct source of energy and the sunlight, which is considered as the indirect source of energy. Apart from these two types of energy there is one more source that provides us with energy and this is magnetic energy that is vital for our survival. The different sources of magnetic energy are the earth's magnetic field, the good or natural foods you eat, the sun, from man made devices, supplements in ionic form and other people that radiate a positive attitude.

The alteration of good DNA energy existing in your body due to the interference of suppressors like electrical devices and appliance for example; Televisions, Cell phones, Microwaves, High electrical tension wires, Computers screens, etc can lead to premature aging, sickness, or terminal illnesses. Even when the food is overcooked the magnetic energy of these food is completely diminished.

Your DNA needs to be fully charged with magnetic energy so as to provide your genes the right information to build healthy cells and this energy can be obtained by eating a variety of raw food with its own frequency and it is these magnetic frequencies that activate and promote your DNA to perform its natural function of directing the genes to produce a healthy body. Failure for your body to rebuild itself will results in a distressed immune system and premature aging. Smart Magnets give you the added magnetic energy to your own internal power. Once charged stop using it but continue eating good charged food to protect yourself from destructive magnetic energies.

By Gordy
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