Introduction by Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.

Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.
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Your body and mine is both biochemical and electro-magnetic.

By now, everyone knows about MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scans. MRI is such an advance in health care that the inventors recently won a Nobel Prize for it. With a few exceptions, though, there have been very few health applications for electromagnetism.

But, thanks to the MME, that's starting to change dramatically. Case studies show that stroke, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), diabetic neuropathy, chronic non-healing injuries and other trauma can all be significantly improved with this breakthrough therapy.

The Magnetic Molecular Energizer (MME) is a device made up of two strong electromagnets which applies a strong direct current electromagnetic field. (Although the magnetic field is strong at 3,000 to 5,000 "gauss", it's quite safe. MRI scanners operate at up to 20,000 "gauss".) If you're claustrophobic, not to worry: If you're using MME therapy, you lie on an open bed which moves you into the correct position between the two magnets.

While you're in the electromagnetic field, there's a temporary increase in the magnetic field affecting every atom in every cell. Some of the electrons on these atoms start moving faster, which leads to an acceleration of normal chemical reactions, including oxygen carrying capacity, nutrient assimilation, metabolic waste removal, enzyme synthesis, reduction of free radicals, tissue regeneration, and healing.

I've observed that nature provides us with most of the healing tools we'll ever need. And I've seen — in countless people — the positive impact vitamins, minerals and other natural substances can have, but don't forget that as technologically advanced as the MME is, magnetism — and the magnetic fields around your cells — is also natural. As another natural option for helping your body heal itself without patent medications or surgery, the MME is definitely worth a look.

Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.
Tahoma Clinic Medical Director

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