Calcium conducts EMFs

how-inflammation-affects-the-bodyCalcium is a conductor of electromagnetic frequencies.  If there is excess calcium in the soft tissues of the body, there will be a reaction when exposed to electromagnetic frequencies.

Pain.  Excess calcium in the soft tissues results in arthritic pain.

Hint:  They are one and the same.

This is why people who have scar tissue, which is made up of excess calcium, and/or arthritis experience pain before rain.

If you have excess calcium in your gum tissue, in the presence of electromagnetic frequencies you may experience pain, swelling, and inflammation (redness).  Leave the area of the frequencies and this resolves immediately.

Bummer if the frequencies are at the dentist’s office.

Peeling.  Skin becomes incredibly dry and peels excessively when there is excess calcium.

This includes nails.

 In the presence of electromagnetic frequencies, if there is excess calcium in the skin, this will be exacerbated.

This includes lips, which will chap and peel badly.

Leave the area and this resolves immediately.  No more peeling, no more chapped tissue.

There are other ramifications to excess calcium in the body.

  • Anger
  • Apathy
  • inability to communicate spiritually

 You feel cut off from God.

 When you lower the excess calcium, these symptoms resolve.

What to do?  There are a couple of options

  • Avoid electromagnetic frequencies
  • Lower excess calcium levels

The first is all but impossible.  As I write in Riding the Waves: Diagnosing, Treating, and Living with EMF Sensitivity, there are a number of natural sources of EMFs, including storm clouds and geologic fault lines.  

Even if you live on a deserted island with no technology in sight, you will be exposed to electromagnetic frequencies.

Lowering the excess.  There are a number of ways to lower excess calcium in the soft tissues.

  • Drink baking soda in water
  • Drink champagne
  • Increase your magnesium intake, with food and/or supplements

I have found that for me, drinking baking soda in water is the quickest way to lower excess calcium.

It softens the skin, it shrinks and eliminates scar tissue, and it eliminates arthritic pain.  It also allows your gum tissues to heal.  Bonus:  Excess calcium causes yellow teeth.  The baking soda regimen works to whiten them.

 The caveat is that you should take breaks from this therapy.  Dr. Sircus suggests two weeks.  I did three.  However, I was not taking the high amounts described in his book.

Drinking champagne works, but slowly.

Eating foods high in magnesium is a good idea but may not be enough.  If you decide to take supplemental magnesium, be aware that different forms of any mineral are absorbed and utilized differently.  This makes supplements highly individualized.  What works for some – even what worked in a study – may not work for you.

Magnesium oxide, supposedly not well-absorbed, works great for me.

 You may need to try a few to see what works best.

No different than when a doctor writes you a prescription and you learn you are allergic and/or it makes things worse and have to try something else.

No EMF Sensitivity.  By following the regimen I outline in Wipeout EMF Sensitivity: The Challenge of Curing Autoimmune Disease, I was able to resolve my EMF Sensitivity.  The excess calcium issue is entirely separate.  Calcium is a conductor of electromagnetic frequencies.  When there is excess calcium in the tissues, there is a localized reaction.  Rid the body of the excess calcium and the symptoms resolve themselves.

Take a Break.  It is wise to periodically evaluate your health regimen and make any adjustments, including switching or stopping medications and/or supplements, as appropriate.

There are some situations where medication is a lifelong necessity, but these are rare.

Don’t Go Too Far.  You can do too much of a good thing.  If you begin chelating harmful metals and minerals from your body, if you continue without monitoring, you  will eventually start removing important ones.  Monitor what you are doing.  Once you resolve an issue, stop and/or adjust the regimen.

As a rule, I take no supplements and no medications.  If I supplement to address an issue, I stop when I’ve addressed the issue.  In the case of the excess calcium, I’m taking a break in the baking soda.  I will cycle with it until I’ve completely resolved the issue.

Alzheimer’s?  Calcification in the brain has been associated with dementia.  Women are more likely to suffer from dementia and get Alzheimer’s.  Women are also more likely to be taking supplemental calcium.  Makes you wonder…

It would be interesting to see if people who drink hard water, which has been associated with a number of health issues,  are more likely to develop dementia.

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