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Getting Rid Of Pathogens In The Lymph System Using Electro Magnetism

Getting Rid Of Pathogens In The Lymph System Using Electro Magnetism

Most people have latent pathogens such as Ebstein Barr or other viruses trapped inside their lymph nodes. In some of my previous videos, I demonstrate how to rid the blood of pathogens, but the lymph nodes can be tricky and aren’t easily accessible by electricity.

In this short video, I show how we can use pulsed electromagnetism to release and get rid of latent pathogens that are hiding inside the Lymph nodes.

 

Will This Work For Me?

Yes, in fact, all humans have similar anatomy and physiology. The purpose of the lymph nodes is to filter toxins, and sometimes trap pathogens. The lymph nodes are an integral part of the immune system.

 

Can I Help My Patients With This Treatment, Or Is This Too Difficult?

This treatment is extremely fast, and simple to implement. Simply hold a pulsed electromagnet wave over the major lymph node areas for a few minutes for each treatment. This is intended to be used in conjunction with the Blood Electrification Treatment.

Once the pathogenic load is reduced or eliminated in the body, the immune system is now free to be on guard and prevent infection from other external pathogens.

Enjoy the video…

 

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Dr Jeremy Steiner DAOM, MSc

 

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