More and more people around the world are turning their attention to bioelectromagnetic-based therapies, a type of complementary and alternative medicine that uses electromagnetic fields such as low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs) to help manage various conditions. This post reviews a 2013 publication titled “Influence of Electromagnetic Signal of Antibiotics Excited by Low-Frequency Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields on Growth of Escherichia coli” by Y.-L. Ke et al. wherein the authors looked at the effect of PEMFs coupled with the electromagnetic signal of antibiotics on the growth rate of E. coli.
Ananda More, a registered homeopath, introduces her recent documentary and Homeopathic Guide to 2020 that you can download.
Have you ever listened to a piece of music that made you feel better? If so, then, you already know the benefits of sound. Sound therapy, often called sound healing, has been used for centuries to help with many ailments. For instance, the ancient Greek civilization used music as an effort to treat mental disorders, and throughout history, sound has been used to help people be more productive and creative as well as improve morale. Today, many people use sound healing as a means to help with physical, emotional, and psychological health. In this post, we will look at the benefits of sound therapies for health, which are supported by science.
The philosophy of Greek Physician Hippocrates, that is “let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”, has stood the test of time. It recognizes the significance of a healthy diet and that the nutrients in food have healing and restoring properties, which are vital to support good health and prevent disease. In this post, we will look at 5 micronutrients/foods that are supported by science to boost the immune system.
Since the 1960s, a Soviet-Chinese medical doctor by the name of Dr. Tszyan-Kanchzen, was studying the transfer of genetic information between different biological species solely using an electromagnetic field. From this post, you will learn about his most sensational results.
The use of electromagnetic information transfer in clinical practice has been gaining momentum due to its documented potential benefits in managing various conditions such as joint and back pain, chronic kidney disease, psoriasis, and depression. This post reviews a 2020 publication from the International Journal of Molecular Science by I. Ferrara et al. wherein the effect of therapeutic electromagnetic information transfer on stress was investigated.
Some regard Dr. Rife as the pioneer of bioelectric medicine and in fact today more and more people around the world are considering using Rife frequencies as an alternative means to diagnose and treat ailments.
This post reviews a publication titled “Biophysical approach to chronic kidney disease management in older patients” by A. Foletti and M. Cozzolino wherein the effect of therapeutic electromagnetic information transfer on kidney function was investigated.
Infopathy was represented at the 2019 Conference on the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of Water in Germany. We received the First Place Gilbert Ling Poster Award for the work titled “Treating water with electromagnetic signals recorded from drugs to prepare infoceuticals”.
Considering the dangers associated with OTC pain relievers, hundreds of thousands of people still regularly take them. Are there any natural pain relievers that are scientifically supported? The answer, thankfully, is Yes! Here are 7 non-pharmacological pain relievers that are worth considering before reaching for the medicine cabinet.
Electronic homeopathy is water (or other carriers) imprinted with electromagnetic information of biologically active substances and its use as an alternative treatment method has shown great promise. Nevertheless, many are still skeptical of this therapy due to the lack of scientific evidence. In this study, the authors aim to provide objective data illustrating whether there is a difference between samples prepared via electronic homeopathy and placebos.
This post summarizes the findings of a publication titled “Effects of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on Knee Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review” by We et al., which looks at the efficacy of PEMF for the management of knee OA through reviewing various randomized, placebo-controlled studies.
To date, Infopathy has offered ICs that were created with the help of different substances. Now, we are excited to also offer another type of signal, which is known as Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF). PEMF based therapy has been used for many health issues for centuries and can even be dated back to as far as 2600 BC. Nowadays, even NASA recognizes the benefits of PEMF therapy. This post will briefly discuss PEMF and its use in alternative therapy.
In 1922, there were no computers, no internet, and even DNA and penicillin were not yet discovered. It was a time when people were still watching movies without any sound. However, it was during that time that a prominent Russian pharmacologist, Dr. Nikolai Pavlovich Kravkov, was studying the phenomena related to ICs – that is ‘informational’ effects from active substances.
The idea of water memory was introduced by Jacques Benveniste in the late 1980s and has been a heated topic of debate in the scientific community ever since. The review by Y. Thomas briefly discusses experiments related to digital biology and the work she has been a part of.
In this post, we review a recent publication wherein the authors investigate the possibility of transmitting the antibacterial property of ampicillin to pure water.
We all know that water is essential for life and that it can exist in three phases – solid, liquid, and vapor; however, have you heard about the fourth phase? For several years Professor Gerald Pollack from the University of Washington has been studying this phase of water, which is also known as “Exclusion Zone” or “EZ” water.
p53 gene is regarded as a tumor suppressor gene and is vital to many of the cell’s anti-cancer mechanisms. Can electromagnetic information of p53 gene be used to “control” cancer cells?
Luc Montagnier's experiments on EM imprinted DNA solutions were successfully repeated. In this study, the authors examined a few key factors affecting the DNA transduction rate.
Dr. Fritz Albert Popp once stated that “we know today that man, essentially, is a being of light”. This is currently being proven by the modern science of photobiology. With respect to healing, the implications are great.
Dr. P.C. Endler has produced a large body of work examining the influence of homeopathic preparations on frog development. His results reflect the nuanced nature of these types of studies, as effect size and replication are often sensitive to an array of exogenous and endogenous variables. However, his ability to identify and address these variables enables a more complete understanding of information transfer in water.
Review of three publications by Heredia-Rojas et al. related to transferring antimicrobial information to water via an electronic amplifier. It was found that the water “charged” with the signal derived from the bioactive substance significantly inhibited the growth of the microorganism under investigation.
In an age where people increasingly turn to holistic healing methods, it is important to understand the basics and benefits of various alternative healing practices available. This second post looks at Meditation, Yoga, Ayurveda, and Homeopathy.
In an age where people increasingly turn to holistic healing methods, it is important to understand the basics and benefits of various alternative healing practices available. This first post looks at Traditional Chinese Medicine, Energy Medicine, Aromatherapy, and Bach Flower Essences.
This post reviews the publication titled “Experimental Finding on the Electromagnetic Information Transfer of Specific Molecular Signals Mediated Through the Aqueous System on Two Human Cellular Models” by Foletti et al.
On July 14, 2018, some of the world’s leading scientists attended an international seminar at the Royal Society of Medicine in London to discuss the latest research related to the properties of water and health.
June 2018 marked the 30th anniversary since Dr. Jacques Benveniste published sensational work related to “Water Memory”. This post briefly discusses the work.
Biophysicist Luca Turin discusses his work related to the science of scent. His studies led him to conclude that the traditional shape theory of olfaction wherein the smell of a substance is a result of its molecular shape may not be correct.
The paper titled “Information Pharmacology – Replication of Information Copies of Drug Substances in Aquatic Vehicles” by Surinov et al. investigates the properties of Arbidol IC and Dexon IC.
This post summarizes the findings of a clinical study preformed by Leonid Tanskiy that investigated the effect of Glucophage IC and the Weight loss complex IC.
This post reviews an article that looks at using ICs for duodenum ulcer therapy.
It is highly recommended to watch this 50 minutes documentary which shows how the great French scientist, Jacques Benveniste, could digitize electromagnetic signals from high dilutions of medicines and how Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier demonstrated this phenomenon in a precise way.