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Yesterday, I was sitting with father and father-in-law. Both of them worried about future of our generation in the era of gadget chaos.

I told them that, more than actual gadgets, silent electro-magnetic energy pollution is working hard to make and keep us sick.

What is the solution?

I am not expert or qualified doctor but based on experience, experiments, reading and observations, I concluded talk with single line advice:

“Barefoot walking.” Daily. For all. At least for 30 minutes.

So I wrote below FB post

Don’t ask me proof but if you are surprised by increasing number of cases of sudden heart attack or cancer around you despite healthy and normal living, it is because of intense elector-magnetic pollution accelerating aging of our internal organs.

The most benign impact is : Frequent viral infections.
The most chronic suffering: Cancer
The most fatal: Heart attack death

To fight against this forced pollution, we must walk barefoot daily! For at least 30 mins. Unless we ground ourselves daily, we can’t really liberalize radiation trapped in body due to constant exposure of mobile, wifi and other radiations.

Don’t ask me proof. Do research or follow as I say.

In Ayurveda, Mud & Soil was the solution for anyone afflicted by lightening. We are exposed to it 24×7!”

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But still, there are friends who wish to see proofs!


Research


The effects of grounding (earthing) on inflammation, the immune response, wound healing, and prevention and treatment of chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4378297/

Multi-disciplinary research has revealed that electrically conductive contact of the human body with the surface of the Earth (grounding or earthing) produces intriguing effects on physiology and health. Such effects relate to inflammation, immune responses, wound healing, and prevention and treatment of chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The purpose of this report is two-fold: to 1) inform researchers about what appears to be a new perspective to the study of inflammation, and 2) alert researchers that the length of time and degree (resistance to ground) of grounding of experimental animals is an important but usually overlooked factor that can influence outcomes of studies of inflammation, wound healing, and tumorigenesis. Specifically, grounding an organism produces measurable differences in the concentrations of white blood cells, cytokines, and other molecules involved in the inflammatory response. We present several hypotheses to explain observed effects, based on current research results and our understanding of the electronic aspects of cell and tissue physiology, cell biology, biophysics, and biochemistry. An experimental injury to muscles, known as delayed onset muscle soreness, has been used to monitor the immune response under grounded versus ungrounded conditions. Grounding reduces pain and alters the numbers of circulating neutrophils and lymphocytes, and also affects various circulating chemical factors related to inflammation.

Earthing: Health Implications of Reconnecting the Human Body to the Earth’s Surface Electrons

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3265077/

Environmental medicine generally addresses environmental factors with a negative impact on human health. However, emerging scientific research has revealed a surprisingly positive and overlooked environmental factor on health: direct physical contact with the vast supply of electrons on the surface of the Earth. Modern lifestyle separates humans from such contact. The research suggests that this disconnect may be a major contributor to physiological dysfunction and unwellness. Reconnection with the Earth’s electrons has been found to promote intriguing physiological changes and subjective reports of well-being. Earthing (or grounding) refers to the discovery of benefits—including better sleep and reduced pain—from walking barefoot outside or sitting, working, or sleeping indoors connected to conductive systems that transfer the Earth’s electrons from the ground into the body. This paper reviews the earthing research and the potential of earthing as a simple and easily accessed global modality of significant clinical importance.

Personal grounding device or method to ground for a human being

https://www.google.com/patents/US20130033121

A personal grounding device that is used to ground a human being and provides a human being a device to directly and naturally equalize one’s body to the same energy level, or potential, as the Earth. This equalization results in synchronizing the person’s internal biological clocks, hormonal cycles, and physiological rhythms and in supplying the body with healing and free, positively charged electrons (called free radicals). These are abundantly present on the surface of the Earth. Electrically speaking free radicals have a positive charge. The grounding directly equalizes the body of the person to the same energy level, or potential (zero), as the Earth. The device is comprised of a closed grid (like a heating pad) in an encasement to form a mat; a lead to the grid from a ground; a ground lead (natural or artificial); and a means for connecting the field grid to the ground.

Dirt-dwelling microbe produces potential anti-melanoma weapon

http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/archives/2018/jan/dirt-dwelling-microbe-produces-potential-anti-melanoma-weapon

A type of soil-dwelling bacterium produces molecules that induce death in melanoma cells, research at Oregon State University shows.

The molecule is a secondary metabolite, also known as a natural product, of Streptomyces bottropensis, and its properties are important because there are not many therapies that effectively manage melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer.

In the U.S. alone, more than 80,000 new melanoma cases are diagnosed each year and about 9,000 melanoma patients die. Men are more likely than women to develop melanoma; the death rate varies by race and ethnicity and is highest among white people.

Sandra Loesgen, assistant professor of chemistry and Terence Bradshaw Scholar in OSU’s College of Science, postdoctoral scholar Birte Plitzko and graduate student Elizabeth Kaweesa found that the natural product, mensacarcin, goes after melanoma cells’ mitochondria – the part of a cell that creates most of the energy needed for life.

Mitochondria are also important in cell death signaling, and they have emerged as a potential target for therapy because cancer cell mitochondria are structurally and functionally different from mitochondria of non-cancerous cells.

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