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Author Topic: Rotating magnetic field device potentate analgesic effect on human body Research  (Read 3512 times)

Offline sciencetoolbar

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Objective : To design, and to test a small portable device , LOW COST ( 30 $ ) , which potentate an analgesic effect on human body - chronic low back pain, arthritis, migraines, muscle pain, bone pains, pains caused by accidents, etc.

The biological effect of magnetic field has always been a hot spot in biomedical research. Lots of research at home and abroad from different angles discussed the impact of the magnetic field on the central nervous system and cardiovascular system . Magnetic field has also some effects on plant nerve, the blood pressure, heart rate and breathing . These studies provide evidence that the magnetic field can adjust plant nerve system through stimulation of the brain cortex, to improve the function of cardiovascular system. there are two methods to produce a rotating magnetic field, one is to use coil magnetic field as the terminal part , which alter the intensity, frequency and direction of the rotating magnetic field by controlling the size of the flows through a coil of alternating current (ac) and direction. This method of rotating magnetic field intensity and frequency adjustment is convenient, but will produce ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION.

Another way is to use the DC motor (3 V - 5 V connected to a external battery) driving the rotating permanent magnet in a specific position (mentioned in the second picture ) to produce a rotating magnetic field.

Neodymium sphere diameter : 26 mm
Testing the rotating magnetic field device on a coil connected to a light bulb 230 V :
 - the RMF is strong enough to light up the bulb -
Frequency (hz) – 133.33 hz
< 1 Absence of established effects
1 – 10 Minor biological effects reported
10 – 100 Well established effects, visual
(magnetophosphenes) and possible nervous
system effects; facilitation of bone
fracture reunion reported
100 – 1000 Changes in central nervous system
excitability established; stimulation
thresholds; possible health hazards
> 1000 Extrasystoles, ventricular fibrillation
possible; definite health hazards

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« Last Edit: September 14, 2018, 02:41:57 PM by sciencetoolbar »

Offline sciencetoolbar

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I've managed to find more researches regarding the aplications of the rotating magnetic fields, you can find them here :

I'm studying now, the effects in the area 385 HZ ( rotating magnetic fields )

here is a test with the device on a 75 W domestic bulb :


Human body it is not a coil with thin wire, more powerfull the rmf it is more amount of microcurents will be indused in the tisue.