The dangers associated with aspirin, acetaminophen and ibuprofen have been well documented. They include bleeding ulcers, liver damage, and other nasty side effects. Not surprisingly, people are increasingly avoiding these pills and relying on natural remedies like willow bark and cayenne.
However, here’s an alternative remedy for pain you may not have encountered before. This one involves no drugs or supplements whatsoever. It costs almost nothing, is very effective and it works in just minutes. What is it? It’s static electricity.
Yes, static electricity, I said it was ‘alternative’! Medical science has long recognized that the human body is pulsing with tiny electrical currents. We typically measure these in clinical diagnostic tests including electrocardiograms, electroencephalograms, electromyograms, and several others. People know about these electrical currents in the body, yet somehow fail to register that the whole body has microcurrents throughout.
Somehow "normalizing" this flow of electricity promotes healing. And using the technique described below can quickly relieve pain.
Dr. Milt Hammerly, of the Center for Global Medicine in Englewood, CO, has perfected the use of static electricity for aches and pains. Here is the procedure to apply.
Go to your local hardware store and get an ordinary painter’s mitt and also a one-foot section of PVC pipe about an inch thick. Create an electric charge by rubbing the pipe vigorously with the mitt for one minute. Then slowly sweep the pipe over the painful area.
Move in a head-to-toe direction, about a half inch away from your skin. After 3 or 4 passes, recharge the pipe by rubbing it again with the mitt. Keep repeating the process until the pain subsides.
Most people get relief within a few minutes, and the relief is usually quite dramatic. Try it, you’ll be amazed! Then please let me know about your experience.