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Badly Wounded HORSE STUDY using MICROCURRENTS + PICTURES!!!
February 21, 2010
1:24 pm
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Badly Wounded HORSE STUDY using MICROCURRENTS + PICTURES!!!

i just discovered this scientific type study applied to a jumping horse which had been seriously injured after falling onto a wooden post...huge gaping wound..see the pictures...large wound was not healing after a month...beck/godzilla type was applied for 3 weeks ..large gaping wound healed.

save the webpage to hard drive.Can be shown to skeptics.

read the specifications of the device and currents applied.

Microcurrent Electrical Therapy Heals a Recalcitrant Wound in a Horse

http://www.midwestmicrocurrent.....search.htm

see the pictures...very interesting.

NOTE:- YOU WILL NOT SEE THE PICTURES IN FIREFOX FOR SOME REASON..PROBABLY USING SOME OBSCURE PICTURE FORMAT BUT YOU CAN SEE THE PICTURES IN INTERNET EXPLORER 5.5 OR GREATER.

The study could be reposted with corrected pictures.

A two-year old mare sustained a large wound from an injury. After one month of recalcitrant surgical and topical intervention, a course of therapy with a new form of electrical stimulation for healing was undertaken. Alpha-Stimยฎ microcurrent electrical therapy (MET) was delivered around the wound site using pulsed, modified square waves of 100 microamperes at 0.5 Hz continuously around the clock for three weeks. The wound exhibited substantial healing during the treatment. Three months later the horse was completely healed and was able to resume all her normal activities. Possible mechanisms are...

February 21, 2010
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I can believe it.

I'm not yet finished with my experiments using electricity as a healing tool.

I have induced micro-currents of electricity into parts of me by charging about a Farad of caps to 280 Volts and discharging it through a starter-motor solenoid into a pancake-coil (homemade).

As I said, I'm still doing experiments, but it seems to get rid of headaches and cures joint pain.

* If I discharge it near my face I always get a jolt from the induced current from the fillings in my teeth.

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I also play with square waves using wetted pads as electrodes on different bits of me. It's hard to see if it does any good because I'm just seeing if it makes a difference - I'm already in pretty-much perfect health.

* But the best electro-medicine I mess with is the ozonated olive oil I make. I rigged-up a high-voltage supply to two old platinum hard-drives which are separated by 1 mm picture-frame glass - with a small gap between the drives and the glass. That is enclosed with clear acrylic plastic and I use an aquarium-type pump to force oxygen (or air) through it into a tall jar (flower vase) half-filled with extra-virgin olive oil. I let it bubble through an air-stone for about a month then store it in the fridge and use it every morning as a moisturiser. It's got rid of at least one twenty-year old blemish.

February 21, 2010
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* But the best electro-medicine I mess with is the ozonated olive oil I make. I rigged-up a high-voltage supply to two old platinum hard-drives which are separated by 1 mm picture-frame glass - with a small gap between the drives and the glass. That is enclosed with clear acrylic plastic and I use an aquarium-type pump to force oxygen (or air) through it into a tall jar (flower vase) half-filled with extra-virgin olive oil. I let it bubble through an air-stone for about a month then store it in the fridge and use it every morning as a moisturiser. It's got rid of at least one twenty-year old blemish.

wow^^^..I must admit ..I am envious of your capabilities Mael...
How much would you sell this fine product for? ๐Ÿ˜ฏ ๐Ÿ˜Ž
I'm sure it is worth a "hefty" price in the arenas of "medical cosmotology".

I want to learn how to make that..I just need someone who understands how you did it ๐Ÿ˜• Laugh Laugh to show me how... ๐Ÿ˜ฏ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

mael..you're brilliant..its kind of scary,but not really ๐Ÿ˜• ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜Ž

February 21, 2010
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It was interesting how they healed the horse as well..beautiful story,
I'm sure the horse was very grateful for the technology

February 21, 2010
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That was a pretty darn big wound for sure. We have had horses through the years and had one that developed a summer sore on its shieth but grew and grew into a large tumor that had an open gapping hole that looked like a upside down volcano hanging down. During the Northridge earthquake he bolted and bucked so hard during the quake, the tumer desended and protruded out and doubled in size. We trailed him to a large animal clinic where we watched them remove the growth, which I had let go way too long. This thing was huge by the time they had it removed, something you would think, the horse could never recover from. They can recover from very substancial injuries, that any human could never survive. This electical proceedure looks very interesting, and obviously saved this horse. IT pretty amazing how big animals can suffer such large gapping gashes. In the wild, they have to be pretty adapted to not having medical help.

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