posted on May, 16 2006 @ 10:41 AM
Originally posted by Diseria
What if you could you the benificial properties of oxygen.. electron stealer...and combine it with electrotherapy!! would the electric current supply
the oxygen with enough of a buzz to leave our cells alone?? [/
I wouldn't try that one, personally. The red blood cells have all the oxygen they can carry unless there's something wrong with your lungs.
Electrocuting yourself or electrostimulating yourself doesn't cause them to carry more oxygen.
In short, there's something with the proteins involved that allows the oxygen molecule to attach to the cancer, or pull enough of it away to render
it dead. I'm not sure how the two react to each other..
Well, oxygen is necessary for EVERY living cell; not just cancer. So every living cell gets it (it attaches to something within the cell.) Extra
oxygen doesn't do anything (just like adding extra sugar to a glass of sweet tea after it's been sweetened with a cup of sugar does not make the tea
sweeter. The rest of the sugar doesn't dissolve.)
On terms of cancer, I've heard that small amounts of cyanide (found in peach pits?) is a potent killer.
Of humans, yes. That's one way to get rid of cancer; kill the patient. Don't recommend this (studies have been done of laetrille (often
misidentified as a "vitamin") and no, it's not effective. A LOT of studies have been done, in fact, by drug companies that wanted to manufacture
Same with raw broccoli and cauliflower (*shudder*).
Actually, this one's good science. Cruciferous vegetables are recommended to lower cancer incidence.
However, I don't remember anything being mentioned about being good for viruses.
Viruses and bacteria and cancer and prions are four different things. As different as rocks, water, dinosaurs, and trees.
Along the lines of electrotherapy, when it's done to a mental patient (to 'reset' their brain or whatever).... what if the currency was
turned way down?
Then it doesn't work.
Might we be able to 'reset' a section of the brain?
That's the theory about how electroshock therapy works, yes.
or kill tumors?
No. They do use electricity to heat probes to cauterize away tumorous tissues, however. But that's with an operation.
I don't know what currency level is/was being used, but all the videos I've seen portray a serious amount of electricity being shot thru the
body -- which can't be good for the brain!
Electroshock can have some long-lasting effects, yes.