"Recently I heard someone with absolutely no knowledge of MBST compare it to a magnetic bracelet.That is like comparing an abacus to a scientific calculator – there is a magnet involved in MBST but it does not mean it is the same thing. Far from it in fact. Magnetic bracelets claim to stimulate blood flow by using a static magnetic field." - Elisabeth Clare of MBSTUK.
The magnetic field moves and mixes the iron particles in the blood which helps the blood flow easily and quickly. Due to the increase in circulation there is belief that energy levels are higher and blood pressure is reduced due to heart having to work less. Improved blood circulation is also good for our muscles as it brings oxygenated blood to them and helps carry waste products away.
MBST is very different.
MBST utilises the same phenomenon of Magnetic Resonance as MRI scanners but it is used therapeutically, not diagnostically.
MRI’s are the gold standard of diagnostics and they use Magnetic Resonance to create a detailed image of tissue hence the name Magnetic Resonance Imaging. MBST utilises Magnetic Resonance Therapy, MRT.
MBST uses a 3 dimensional electromagnetic field to precisely target cells within specific tissue to influence those cells.
By MBST using this targeted energy transfer to damaged tissue it is stimulating the metabolism of cells as well as to trigger and promote the body’s own repair mechanisms or regeneration processes.
Using worldwide patented technology MBST actively targets and stimulates the damaged tissue at the cellular level.
How does MBST work?
The pioneering technology uses MRT (Magnetic Resonance Therapy) to communicate with damaged and degenerated cartilage, bone, ligament, tendon, and muscle cells and encourages them to repair and regrow.
Once the cells of the affected area or injury have been sufficiently stimulated from MBSTtherapy, the cells will continue to grow and develop by themselves.
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