Resonance signals and signaling have a powerful impact on health. Foletti and colleagues review the importance of electromagnetic (EM) field interactions in biology and medicine to discuss how specific frequencies modulate cellular function for the restoration and maintenance of health. The paper offers the view from a larger context of EM medicine, one that elevates EM over biochemical. By presenting the work of Zhadin regarding ultrasmall magnetic intensities being biologically significant to suggest that EM signaling is endogenous to cell regulation — and consequently that the remarkable effectiveness of EM resonance treatments reflects the fundamental nature of biological systems — the review makes the case for advances in medicine to discern and apply resonance signaling to promote wellness while helping decrease reliance on marginal biochemical remediation and pharmaceuticals. (see abstract and full text links on PubMed).
The Canadian Institute of Auricular Medicine (CIAM) offers training for the use of Auricular Medicine in support of such advances.