The physiological mechanism of electric potential therapy

The human body is made up of cells that are surrounded by cell membrane. Within the cell, there are negative ions. Outside the cell, there is electric charge with positive ions. The difference in electric potential between the interior and exterior of a cell is called membrane potential.

When the negative ions in blood serum increase, it will enhance the membrane potential permeability, allowing easy penetration of oxygen and nutrients into the cells, and easy removal of waste and carbon dioxide from the cells. By activating the cells through this method, it will be able to help improve any disease, which is a fact backed by many clinical studies. Electric potential therapy can help improve and revive feeble cells.Original article extracted from: (Negative potential therapy book)

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