Magnetic Therapy

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Horses are electrically charged. So are people. Sound a bit bizarre? Because of this electrical presence, the use of magnets has been a part of the therapeutical approach to treatment of injuries and other maladies since the 18th century.

All of the cells in a horse--the same is true for humans--have a natural, resting electric current flowing through them. This is known as resting

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