Biological Effects of Magnetic Water on Human and Animals
Biomedical Sciences
Volume 3, Issue 4, July 2017, Pages: 78-85
Received: Aug. 22, 2017; Accepted: Aug. 31, 2017; Published: Sep. 12, 2017
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Shaban Ali Ebrahim, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Alejelat, Zawia University, Alejelat, Libya
Azab Elsayed Azab, Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Alejelat, Zawia University, Alejelat, Libya
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The aim of the present study was to investigate the beneficial effects of magnetized water for human and animals. There was an improvement in water quality when exposed to the magnetic field with considerable change in the pH, total dissolved solids, total hardness, conductivity, salinity, dissolved oxygen, evaporating temperature, minerals, organic matter and total count of bacteria. Therefore it’s penetration into cell wall would be facilitated which can accelerate ordinary diffusion of water that is vital for growth of different organs. Patients uses magnetic water for digestive, urinary and nervous problems, ailments like mastitis, pains and swellings, painful urination and many other disorders. Magnetized water has been found effective in alleviating colds, coughs, bronchitis, all types of fever and more, arthritis pain, reducing blood pressure, recovering quickly from a stroke, and it helpful in the regularization of women's menses. Also, treatment with magnetic water was very effective in breaking up kidney and gall bladder stones into small particles. The water also prevented further formation of stones in the kidneys and gallbladder. Magnetic water may prevent aging and fatigue by increasing the cell membrane permeability. Effectiveness of magnetized water in the prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis has been shown in some animal and human studies. It has been reported that magnetic water help unclog the arteries and veins of deposits of cholesterol and salts and normalize the circulatory system. Also, magnetized water can be helpful in weight control, as an adjutant to a correct diet because this water improves metabolic activity, it may be helpful in burning up excessive fatty tissue. Magnetized drinking water improves nutrient digestibility, saves water consumption, optimizing rumen fermentation parameters, and it could an effective way to reduce methane production and contributing to mitigate environmental impact in livestock, positive animal health, which is reflected in the increase in milk yield and its component and improves blood picture and antioxidant status. Magnetized drinking water caused increase milk production, mutton, and wool in sheep not only that, but more weight gain in geese and egg production and hatchability in turkey can be achieved, and increasing in milk yields in dairy cows and ewes. It can be concluded that magnetic water treatment improved blood picture, biochemical parameters, semen quality, and antioxidant status in human and animals. So, magnetic water must be used to mitigate the harmful effects of drugs, toxins, and environmental pollutant on human and animals.
Animals, Antioxidant Status, Bioeffects, Histological Structure, Human, Magnetic Water, Physiological Aspects, Reproductive System
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