Can an alternating magnetic field Dilate veins?

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Can an alternating magnetic field Dilate veins?

Postby adamt » Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:17 am

Hi,

Last year i had a positive Lyme disease test, which i later found to be a false positive after using several treatments with no reaction (herx) which is a clear indication i dont have lyme,

so one of the treatments i bought for lyme was a Doug Coil machine which produces an alternating magnetic field with frequencies. which works for killing the lyme infection.
here is the product: http://sites.google.com/site/coilmachin ... hines4less
- i also tried antibiotics which done nothing so i know i dont have lyme.

I am soon going to sell the machine after learning i have CCSVI + May Thurner which explains all my problems,

However before i sell the Doug coil machine i wanted to know whether alternating magnetic field/frequencies can dilate veins,

There are a huge list of infections the Doug coil can treat, shown here:
http://www.electroherbalism.com/Bioelec ... s/CAFL.htm

But one condition on this list that caught my eye was:
Bantis_syndrome (Ailment in which blood vessels between the intestines and the liver become blocked, leading to congestion of the veins, an enlarged spleen, bleeding of the stomach and intestines, cirrhosis of the liver, and blood cell destruction.) - 1778 (frequency)


so i was wondering if anyone knew if a magnetic field/frequrency could dilate a vein? and whether the above treatment - for bantis syndrome, could dilate my veins?

- as i am tempted to try trhis frequency on near my collar bones (where the stenoses was, and my left groin (for MT)

All opinions appreciated,
thanks
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Postby PCakes » Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:01 am

Good morning,
Interesting question given the 'electrified' world most of us live in...
A quick google turned up loads of information. This one is supports 'vasodilation' and the pictures are fun.

http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/B ... _Radiation

Also, i know that physiotherapists apply low level current to increase blood flow to injured tissue. hmmm
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Postby adamt » Tue Oct 05, 2010 11:35 am

thanks for the link pcakes but it doesnt say electro-magnetic frequencies can dilate veins,

it said :

"d'Arsonval, in 1893, reported there being no action on sensibility or contractibility; no analgesia at the electrode contact point; no vascular dilation and reduced blood pressure; "

Does anyone else know or any thoughts?[/b]
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Postby PCakes » Tue Oct 05, 2010 12:30 pm

okay.. you might prefer these..
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14656663
Local PEMF stimulation produced significant (p<0.001) vasodilation, compared to pre-stimulation values, in cremasteric arterioles


or
http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/Pawluk2.html
Chronic pain is often accompanied with or results from decreased circulation or perfusion to the affected tissues, for example, cardiac angina or intermittent claudication. PEMFs have been shown to improve circulation. Skin infrared radiation increases due to immediate vasodilation with low frequency fields and increased cerebral blood perfusion in animals. Pain syndromes due to muscle tension and neuralgias improve.
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Postby adamt » Tue Oct 05, 2010 12:56 pm

The doug coil machine does not produce radiation, just electromagnetic frequencies

and ithe cause of CCSVI is not circulation, its the narrowed and constricted veins - or am i incorrect?


does the information say that using electromagnetic frequencies can dilate veins??

if so, what are the frequencies that dilate the veins

my doug coil machine can only reach frequencies from 20 to 2200 Hertz.

thanks
p.s. im selling the machine tomorrow now
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Postby 1eye » Tue Oct 05, 2010 1:57 pm

The machine that produces alternating EMF at various frequencies sez that the dilating veins frequency is 1778 which sounds awfully precise. I did not see anything about field strength so I can't say more. I never heard of this machine. Any doctors out there used it?

I have had TENS, and ultrasound which supposedly promotes new circulation in joints.

But be wary, of course, of angiogenesis around precancerous tissue. Don't know. If there was a less invasive solution I don't think they'd have put 3 arterial stents in me. So I vote no. JMO
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Postby coach » Tue Oct 05, 2010 2:17 pm

Dr. Jonathan V. Wright of the Tahoma Clinic has a publication entitled Medicine of the Future which speaks of the use of magnetic fields that have produced some positive results for a variety of ills. Thought it was interesting anyway. You might want to check it out.
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Postby adamt » Tue Oct 05, 2010 3:33 pm

I just used the c coil machine on 1778 for 2 minutes on my neck/top of chest (collar bones) - this was where the mild (30-50%) stenosis was

as i also have May Thurner, i put the coil on my left hip/groin and used 1778 frequency for 2 minutes,

have i used the coil in the right place for May Thurner?


How long do you think is suitable to use the frequency on the neck and groin for to dilate the veins?

- i have no idea how long is suitable


also if it has dilated these veins should i just expect the improved symptoms i had when i had balloon angio ofthe IJVs?

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Postby adamt » Wed Oct 06, 2010 3:53 am

any opinions ^^
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Postby adamt » Fri Oct 08, 2010 8:49 am

last bump :)
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Postby NotFound » Fri Oct 08, 2010 10:16 pm

Although I entertain the possibility that when certain frequencies are applied to out bodies, vascodialation can occur,

I highly doubt that after the machine is turned off, the vessels would remain open.

For May-Thurner I don't think even a temporary effect is possible, because the problem in this case is caused by left iliac vein being physically compressed by the overlying right iliac artery.

I do not see how any radio (or any other) frequency would lift the iliac artery out of the way.
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