I have my Sota Magnetic Pulser on the way and should be here next week sometime. I am looking for advice on using on the scalp. I have Amalgam filings, so what is a safe distance? Also I read that you shouldnt use it on the eyes or around the eyes. Is it safe to use on my scalp where my Hair is? I want to mainly use it on the frontal portion of my scalp where my hair is itchy and dry as I am hoping it will help with that as well as my hair loss. Any help would be much appreciated.
I have not read anything about being dangerous around the eyes so I use it over the eyes, in front, at the side, under etc. In other words If I spend 10-15 minutes on my head with the magnetic pulser I guess my eyes get a blast about 20 times from every angle.
I do the same with my teeth/jaws and I have a head full of amalgam. No problems felt after doing that several times.
I listened to an interview of Bob Beck on the internet and he was talking about a Hong Kong doctor who used acupuncture around the ears in place of anesthetic for surgery patients and he cured their heroin addiction. Bob Beck said something about a frequency or zapper of some sort that could do the same.
I discovered that you can do that with the magnetic pulser. I used it about 200 times over my head overlapping the paddle position by half each time. My mild addiction to red wine at night was cured and I was much less affected by a glass of wine and when I had visitors and too much wine I did not suffer with headache the next day! That was very dramatic and like a miracle. It lasted approx. 3 mths and then I did it again with the pulser.
When I was younger I had no problem using the Pulser on my eyes. I am 54 now and used it on my eyes to see what effect it would have on floaters. Made 'em a bit worse. Then reading up on floaters I found one place that said that the more liquid the interior fluid is, the easier it is to have floaters. Well, the Pulser makes body fluid more liquid. So pulse your sinuses and your ears but don't put the Pulser right over the eyes.
A neodymium magnet (also known as NdFeB, NIB, or Neo magnet), the most widely-used type of rare-earth magnet, is a permanent magnet made from an alloy of neodymium, iron, and boron to form the Nd2Fe14B tetragonal crystalline structure.