Tuesday, January 19, 2010

HEALTH Biocompatible Electric Current Attenuates HIV Infectivity

Here is a very interesting piece of research, even though not new. But I only just came across it. The researchers tried to find out if very small currents will reduce the infectivity of HIV. And lo and behold, tiny currents -- in the microamp range -- did do exactly that, and the more current, the more effective they were. Also, a longer exposure was more effective.

Find the article here: http://educate-yourself.org/cn/LymanKaalibiocompatibleHIV1996report18nov06.shtml. The actual published paper starts a bit down.

This research shows that Dr. Clark's proposition of using electricity to combat pathogens was a good idea indeed. In the past few years, several research studies have shown that such current is useful to inhibit cancer cells, also.


  1. Albert Einstein College of Medicine did a fantastic bit of research for the successful use of electric currents in the neutralization of pathogens in the blood.
    The discovery also showed that regular blood cells were NOT harmful to healthy human cells and ONLY affected pathogens in the human bloodstream.


  2. Yes, I wrote an email to Dr. Kaali myself because I could hardly believe it. He said that NO ONE followed up on the study at all. It is only cited once on pubmed. Crime of the century.

  3. Before you read any more of this blog please Google the name of it's author "David P. Amrein" and the consumer protection agency the "Federal Trade Commission", e.g. http://www.ftc.gov/search/site/%22David%20P.%20Amrein%22?f[0]=bundle_name%3ACase