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BiomagScience Introduces Breakthrough Health Therapy Kits
Date:10/31/2008

net" onclick="linkClick( this.href );" target="_blank" title="Circuit Therapy Kits">Circuit Therapy Kits available to the public. Through the years, we have developed eight different kits that support healing in over 170 A-Z health conditions such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, poor circulation, high blood pressure or acutely painful conditions such as herniated discs, knee joints, whiplash, carpel and most other painful conditions. Anyone reviewing our case studies and research will begin to understand that protocols that help people wake from terminal comas or regenerate cut nerves or overcome 25-year illnesses are reasonable breakthroughs in supplemental medicine. Now we are making these breakthroughs available to everyone by simply going to our web site and getting the appropriate kit."

Referring to a coma, a number of years ago BiomagScience received an emergency call from a business acquaintance from Santa Barbara. His 50-year-old mother had gone into a coma from acute pancreatitis and was not expected to live. Getting the doctor's OK to 'try anything' a Wellness Kit was sent overnight and the son applied the Meridian Energy Therapy and direct Unipolar Placement on the pancreas. Within days she woke up, left the hospital shortly thereafter and resumed living a healthy life.

Another coma case led the development of the Organ Group Energizing (OGE) Circuit Therapy Kit. After years of dialysis, a 91-year-old man's kidneys had compl
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