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Why do some people say that both North and South Pole magnetic energies helped them? You say South Pole energy is harmful. 

What about sleeping on a magnetic mattress pad?

Are the composition and properties of the magnets used
in Davis Labs research experiments unique?


What are some characteristics Davis Labs has found in other
magnetic devices?

Can the use of research biomagnets be dangerous if used on one's own body?

Has the Davis/Rawls research been independently verified?

Are there circumstances in which a biomagnet should not be used?

What are the two different effects of the North and South poles, first discovered
by Davis and Rawls?


How do you identify the North pole versus the South pole of a magnet?

 

 Why do some people say that both North and South Pole magnetic energies helped them? You say South Pole magnetism is harmful.

There are a number of reasons for this. Here are a few.

   1. A placebo effect. When the mind believes something,
       it can have a powerful effect.
   2. Gauss (magnetic strength rating) of the magnet(s) may
       be inaccurate, and very low, thus possibly delaying any
       harmful effects.
   3. Equal North and South Pole energies may give added
       strength for some time, and only later, depending on an
       individual's tolerance, display harmful effects.
   4. There may be more North than South energy on the 
       side of the magnet you're using.
   5. We've heard from people telling us that prolonged use
       of both energies at first seemed helpful, but continued
       use caused more harm and thus they stopped using
       them.
 


 What about sleeping on a magnetic mattress pad?
     
Caution: As a result of the Davis/Rawls research, we
      strongly advise against sleeping on magnetic pads--and
      especially, having magnets near the brain for extended
      periods of time. We do not recommend using magnetic 
      beds, mattresses, pads or pillows. Additionally, the ARD Lab has received
      too many complaints from too many people who have used
      these products to their own detriment for us to say otherwise.

 Are the composition and properties of the magnets used in Davis Labs research experiments unique?

       They are certainly different than a lot of magnetic materials
      on the market. Similar gauss, even frequency, can be the 
      result of a different combination of materials or energies.
      The rare earth N-1 and N-2 magnets used by Davis and Rawls in their
      published research (and now made available to the public) were determined
      especially suitable after years of trial and error with different rare
      earth combinations of materials. And, the results obtained--as 
      compared with other various marketed materials--justify the use  
      and retention of the Davis and Rawls magnetic materials.

      Our magnetic materials are specially manufactured for the 
      Albert Roy Davis Lab and treated with their confidential
      and proprietary handling process. Magnets we sell to the public
      are re-checked for accuracy before mailing. They are marked 
      with the proper poles and checked several times before leaving
      our facilities.
  

 What are some characteristics Davis Labs has found in other magnetic devices?

   1. Energy will waste rapidly. Gauss needs constant verifying.
   2. Gauss may not be described correctly. This is a common
       mistake. Some foreign, as well as American manufacturers
       seem confused on gauss.
   3. North and South poles may reverse due to improper use
       of materials combinations.
   4. North and South poles may reappear on the same side.
   5. Poles may not be described correctly (another common
       mistake).


 Can the use of research magnets be dangerous if used on one's own body?

      We caution the public on the use of magnetic materials on
      one's person. Become informed. Be particularly aware that
      the use of South Pole magnetism, while giving a temporary
      pleasant feeling to some, can have dangerous effects with
      continued use.

      Our biomagnets are marked with the proper poles and checked
      several times before leaving our facilities. We stand by the ARD 
      Laboratories research and publications, but not those of others. 
      They were the first lab in the world to discover the two separate
      energies of magnetism and their effective results when used
      correctly on humans, animals, plants, in fact, on all
matter.

 Has the Davis/Rawls research been independently verified?

      Important university verifications have been obtained using
      the Davis and Rawls research magnets. Medical and scientific
      journal reports have verified authenticity, as do many medical
      and other scientific professionals.


  Are there circumstances in which magnets should not be used?

  1. Magnetic therapy should not be used by people who wear pacemakers or other electronic medical devices.
  2. Do not attach magnets to sensitive parts of the body, such as over the heart.
  3. Do not use any magnets during pregnancy.
  4. Do not eat or drink for 1 hour before stomach (abdominal) application of magnetic therapy.
  5. Magnetic therapy by medical professionals or trained practitioners is suggested.

     

 What are the two different effects of the North and South poles, first discovered by Davis and Rawls? 

1. A magnet or an electromagnet produces an energy field.

2. The two separate poles have two distinct effects on the body.

3. Many years of experimentation have revealed the following effects
    relative to the  two sides of a magnet.



                   
(HEALING ENERGY)                            (DANGER)
               

NORTH - NEGATIVE

SOUTH - POSITIVE

Has a counter-clockwise rotation
Has a clockwise rotation
Inhibits
Excites
Relieves pain
Increases pain
Reduces inflammation
Increases inflammation
Produces an alkaline effect
Produces an acid effect
Reduces symptoms
Intensifies symptoms
Fights infections
Promotes microorganisms
Supports healing
Inhibits healing
Reduces fluid retention
Increases fluid retention
Increases cellular oxygen
Decreases tissue oxygen
Encourages deep restorative sleep
Stimulates wakefulness
Produces a bright mental effect
Has an overactive effect
Reduces fatty deposits
Encourages fatty deposits
Establishes healing polarity
Polarity of an injury site
Stimulates melatonin function
Stimulates body function
Normalizes natural alkaline pH





                                                                                        

 
 How do you identify the North pole versus the South pole of a magnet?





The South pole of a compass needle points to geographic North. According to Davis and Rawls, the magnetic North pole of the Earth is in the geographic North.




The South pole of a compass needle will also point to the North pole of a magnet. In the picture above we have covered a small piece of our High Energy Biomagnetic Tape in green to identify the North pole side.




The North pole of a compass needle will point to the South pole of a magnet. In the photo above you see the small piece of our High Energy Biomagnetic Tape, which is covered in red to identify the South pole side.


Some compasses may be marked differently. In such cases the end of the needle will point toward you while you are holding the compass indicating that you are facing North. That end of the needle may even be green or marked 'N' for North. It would be correctly color coded according to Davis and Rawls since it is facing the magnetic South pole of the Earth which is in the Southern Hemisphere, indicating it is the North pole of the compass needle. Davis and Rawls used the color green (or no marking) to mark the North pole of a magnet and the color red to mark the South pole. Regardless of how the compass is marked, the end that points to geographic South is always the North pole of the needle, and the end that points to geographic North is always the South pole.
**Care should be taken to make sure that there are no other magnetic fields nearby that could potentially interfere with your measurements.

This identification of the North and South poles is contrary to orthodox science, but Davis and Rawls insisted that orthodox science is incorrect. Davis designated the poles based on the direction of their spin and the effects they have on matter. "The spin is what governs the action of any particle in matter and is the correct analysis in identifying the positive or negative function of natural energies." [The Magnetic Blueprint of Life, 1979, p.27] A compass can often be used to determine the poles of a magnet(s), however it can be confusing when measuring bipolar magnets or a product containing multiple magnets with both polarities on one side of it. Our magnetometer is more accurate, especially in these circumstances. It can also measure the Bloch Wall, the point of zero magnetism that is found at the center of all magnets.