Hello Everyone , just driving by at the moment
Looking into the role of magnetite or magnetitum in the body
here is a couple of snips from perusings this morning :)
, it has been found that there are five million magnetite crystals per gram in the human brain (1). Interestingly, The meninges, (the membrane that envelops the brain), has twenty times that number. These ‘biomagnetite' crystals demonstrate two interesting features. The first is that their shapes do not occur in nature, suggesting that they were formed in the tissue, rather than being absorbed from outside. The other is that these crystals appear to be oriented so as to maximize their magnetic moment, which tends to give groups of these crystals the capacity to act as a system. The brain has also been found to emit very low intensity magnetic fields, a phenomenon that forms the basis of a whole diagnostic field, Magnetoencephalography(2).
In a nutshell, magnetite is what makes the Earth a giant magnet. Without it there is no life on Earth - no animals, no plants, no insects, no people. Water from natural deposits - rivers, lakes, oceans, etc., have a magnetic field from magnetite. Dirt to be considered healthy has 1 guass of magnetite per 1 cubic inch of dirt. The food we eat is supposed to have a "healthy portion" of magnetite in it - it does not. The water we drink is supposed to have magnetite in it - the vast majority of people are drinking processed water of some kind and the magnetic field has been removed.
There is magnetite in our brain, our pineal gland is almost entirely magnetite (ergo assists in psychic ability, dreams, directionals, etc.) receptors in our nose, our hormones, in our capiallaries, etc., but also Magnetite triggers a dna response that removes pain and ignites its ability to heal itself.
Magnetite has been used as a supplement and for healing purposes for over 6, 000 years in Asia and is still used today. They use it from the time they are born until they die. Yes, everyone is going to die, but we can choose the quality of our life. Ever meet anyone healthier then the Asians? The Native Americans used Magnetite Therapy as did and do all indigenous groups.
The first book ever written about remedies has magnetite in a very large portion of it. Magnetite Therapy was used in the U.S. until 1923 when in the minutes of the AMA they banned the use of Magnetite Therapy "it works. If your patients get better, you won't make any money and then we won't make any money. If you want to remain a member of the AMA you will not use . . ." list starting with Magnetite Therapy and including herbs, aromatherapy, hands on healing, meditation, etc.
As time passes, the amount of Magnetite in our bodies diminishes and is not replaced causing all kinds of problems and probably makes anything else worse. It is not a supplement that the average American takes although they should.
Biogenic magnetite as a basis for magnetic field detection in animals.
Bacteria, sharks, honey bees, and homing pigeons as well as other organisms seem to detect the direction of the earth's magnetic field. Indirect but reproducible evidence suggests that the bees and birds can also respond to very minute changes in its intensity. The mechanisms behind this sensitivity are not known. Naturally magnetic, biologically precipitated magnetite (Fe3O4) has been found in chitons, magnetotactic bacteria, honey bees, homing pigeons, and dolphins. Its mineralization in localized areas may be associated with the ability of these animals to respond to the direction and intensity of the earth's magnetic field. The presence of large numbers (approximately 10(8)) of superparamagnetic magnetite crystals in honey bees and similar numbers of single-domain magnetite grains in pigeons suggests that there may be at least two basic types of ferrimagnetic magnetoreceptive organelles. Theoretical calculations show that ferrimagnetic organs using either type of grain when integrated by the nervous system are capable of accounting for even the most extreme magnetic field sensitivities reported. Indirect evidence suggests that organic magnetite may be a common biological component, and may account for the results of numerous high field and electromagnetic experiments on animals.
wishing you all a wonderful day