BIOELECTRIC DETOXIFICATION EXCLUSIVELY AT BEYOND HARMONY MED SPA
By Rosemary Murphy, LE
Bioelectric Stimulating Technique is a natural health device that helps your body to strengthen and balance itself. The human body functions by electro-magnetic signals which travel from the brain to each part of the body and back to the brain.
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When cells have enough energy they are able to function properly. When they are bogged down with toxins, however, all functions of the system are impaired, leading to fatigue and eventually illness and disease.
Blood cells that are filled with toxins also tend to clump together and become congested and slow moving. Live blood analysis using the bioelectric detox method show that after a session, the blood cells flow more freely. That means that our organs are nourished more efficiently and we are better able to fight illness and disease.
The Bioelectric Stimulating Technique is a simple procedure in which the energy spa energizes water (in which your feet are soaking) and charges your body. This allows the system to absorb vital energy on a cellular level, creating cellular balance. Once the body receives the energy, it begins its natural process of detoxification. The process is different for everyone, but the results are always dramatic in the way that you feel after the session. It is safe for everyone except those individuals with pacemakers.
Not only does the body release waste and toxins more readily during treatment, but it continues to release waste products naturally during regular elimination for the next several days.
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We have been using it with great results on Candida, Fibromyalgia and other diseases, and have found that it is also helpful in the treatment of acne. Another outstanding benefit is the relief it provides from joint pain.
Call us at Beyond Harmony Med Spa (661) 298-8008 or drop in to 18635 Soledad Canyon Road, suite 101-next to the Canyon Country Library.
Source: Santa Clarita News